As American baby boomers hit retirement age, there’s more of a need for senior care than ever before. Senior care franchises mostly focus on in-home care of seniors, though they also take care of other disabled or rehabbing clients. Some senior care companies are strictly non-medical, assisting clients with pills, food, and chores, while other franchises offer medical options as well. Home health care is a more comfortable and familiar option for seniors, and much of the franchisee’s job is making sure clients are satisfied and happy with their caregivers. With 10,000 Americans turning 65 every day, there’s no better time than 2014 to invest in a senior care franchise.