MyElder fills a huge gap in the elder care industry, refining a unique approach to tackling elder care rights and issues. And as an independent advocacy service, MyElder provides assistance across every care setting: including home care agency selection and monitoring; long term care planning; long distance caregiving; assisted living and nursing home placement and nursing home/hospital monitoring and crisis intervention.

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MyElder Franchise Cost and Requirements for 2023


My Elder Advocate is the only overarching elder advocacy company in the franchise space. We are advisory providers and do not change bedpans. MEA provides peace of mind to our clients and their families. While many successful franchises address the senior market with single vertical solutions, for example home health care provider franchises and senior moving franchises, My Elder Advocate encompasses the oncoming demographic tsunami and the looming health care crisis by advocating for elders while charging reasonable fees to our customers.

Company Details

Established: 2008

Franchise Established In 2014
States Registered In: New York, Connecticut, California, Maryland, Illinois, Minnesota, Michigan, Rhode Island, Virginia, Washington, Texas, Wisconsin
Canada Franchises: No
International Franchises: No

Support and Training Offered By MyElder

Co-Operative Advertising: Yes
Training: Pre-Opening Training
Prior to the opening of Franchised unit Franchisor shall furnish training, at its designated training center, upon not less than fifteen (15) days prior written notice received by Franchisor from Franchisee:
Pre-Opening Trainers Supplied by Franchisor An opening team consisting of:

  1. Jack Halpern - Founder and Chairman and Corporate Trainer in Client Interaction
  2. Claudine Halpern - Founder and Chief Executive Officer, and Corporate Trainer in Operations, Administrative and Financial Planning
  3. Other assistants may assist. These trainers will assist in the setup and opening of the Franchised Business and their total cost of travel, food and lodging will be paid by the Franchisor.

Training Modules

  1. Elders and Eldercare in America
  2. Get Familiar with your franchise zone
  3. The Marketing Process
  4. The Sales Process
  5. MyElder Systems
  6. Setting up your office
  7. Staffing
  8. MyElder staffers Roles and Responsibilities
  9. Dealing with MyElder Customers
  10. Using " The MyElder Method"
  11. Reporting to MyElder's Clients
  12. Long Distance Care Management

2023 Franchise Requirements Needed to Own a MyElder Franchise.

What does a MyElder Franchise Cost?

MyElder franchise fees for 2023:

Cash Investment: $87,650-$125,700
Total Investment: $87,650-$125,700
Minimum Net Worth: $250,000
Franchise Fee: $39,500
Royalty: 8%
Ad: up to 2% local marketing and advertizing
Average Number of Employees: year 1 -2.5
Passive Ownership: No
Home Based: Yes
B2B: No
Master Franchise Opportunities: Yes

Is MyElder a Semi Absentee Franchise with a Passive Ownership Opportunity?

No. MyElder is not a semi absentee franchise. The owner of the franchise (the franchisee) is expected to be involved in all aspects of day-to-day operations.

Is MyElder a Home Based franchise?

Yes. MyElder is a home based franchise opportunity.

What Do MyElder Franchise Owners Make?

Click here to find out how much MyElder franchisees make. MyElder offers an Item 19 in their Franchise Disclosure Document which provides financial information about select franchisees in their franchise system.

Is MyElder a Master Franchise Opportunity?

Yes. MyElder is a master franchise opportunity. A master franchisee is responsible to recruit, train and support franchisees in their territory.

Does MyElder Offer a Veteran Discount?

Yes. MyElder franchise does offer a veteran discount.

Does MyElder Work with E2 Visa and EB-5 Visa Candidates?

Yes. MyElder franchise does work with E2 Visa and EB-5 Visa candidates.

Is MyElder Looking for Franchisees in Canada?

No. MyElder franchise is not looking for Canada franchisees.

Is MyElder Looking for International franchisees?

Yes. MyElder franchise is looking for International franchisees.

Additional Information

Additional Categories

Senior Care, Non Food Franchises

Number of Units Open


Cash Required

$50,000 - $100,000

Master Franchise


Passive Franchise


Home Based Franchise


Item 19 Franchise


Veteran Discount




Franchise Opportunities in Canada


International Franchise Opportunities


E2 Visa Franchise


MyElder Franchises for Sale

Click Here to inquire about existing MyElder franchises for sale. We may have MyElder franchise resales. A franchise resale is an already established franchise owned by a franchisee and the franchisee is looking to sell their franchise.

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