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The number of people worldwide aged 65 and older is projected to more than double to nearly 1 billion in the next 30 years if current trends continue, according to a recent study conducted based on U.S., UN and European data. The data for people aged 65+ when viewed as a percentage of country population, as well as for specific high-income regions, may be summarized as follows:

Canada    19.03% (2022)      31.55% (2100)      Hong Kong    20.47% (2022)     41.64% (2100)

Japan       29.92% (2022)     38.70% (2100)       Singapore     15.12% (2022)      36.51% (2100)

Taiwan     16.71% (2022)      37.32% (2100)       U.S.A.           17.13% (2022)      30.47% (2100)

This global report shows the predicted increase will put pressure on governments’ abilities to address health care, retirement benefits and other social and age related issues.  In Canada, provincial governments already spend an average of 40% of their annual budgets on health. With ever increasing demands and costs of maintaining the public healthcare system, long waiting lists for medical procedures and overcrowded emergency rooms, the result is inevitably substantial cuts in certain health care expenditures.

Consequently, demand for private home care services will increase exponentially during the next 30 years and beyond. The recession-proof home care industry is now one of the fastest growing industries in the world today.

Established since 1996, Care Plus is a leading provider of home care management services with clients which include ICBC, WCB and global insurance companies.  Due to our long & reputable establishment, we often receive referrals from existing clients, healthcare professionals and law firms located throughout the world.  We currently offer franchise opportunities in major cities in the world.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our global network of franchisees, please contact us for more information.

Qualified applicants may have a choice of franchised regions in Vancouver, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, San Francisco, Taipei, Tokyo, and Singapore.