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Avendelle Assisted Living (US) Awards Turkey Master Franchise

04 Dec 2017 - Avendelle Assisted Living is a senior home franchise that is committed to offering personalized and expert senior care to families and loved ones. The brand seeks to be the premier provider of assisted living services in the United States and in around the world by leveraging a boutique, small home focused business model. In 2014, the organization franchised the business in order to scale the model and expedite growth into new markets. On 11/28/2017, a monumental step forward was taken with the signing of a Master Franchise Agreement for the country of Turkey to bring the Avendelle brand to that part of the world.

Avendelle in Turkey
The Turkish master franchisees in Turkey bring significant experience and background to the Avendelle brand. The organization purchasing the Master Franchise rights is an experienced and professional construction company with background in residential property development. The increasing number of seniors and those needing care has pushed the group to invest heavily in retirement and senior service homes throughout the country of Turkey. The Turkish company saw value in what Avendelle had developed in a complete business system, operating model and a brand that stood for high quality service and a dedication to the senior residents they served. The initial development will consist of a 500 home Avendelle development in Turkey which will be comprised of mix use homes for both retirement and senior living facilities. The homes are set to begin construction in Turkey in January 2018. Mr. Terry Hubbard and Bill Bunting, executives from the Avendelle franchise worked with Chris Conner and Franchise Marketing Systems to finalize the Master Franchise Agreement for Turkey.

The Resident-Focused Service Model
Avendelle Senior Homes was founded with a mission to provide a home-like environment for all seniors and a cozy, resident-centric service model. The Avendelle brand deliberately avoided the institutional-like feel which is synonymous with senior living facilities today. The Avendelle model looks, feels and acts like a residential home meaning more intimate settings for residents, better care and ultimately a better quality of life for the residents. The homes are located in safe, clean and friendly neighborhoods allowing for families to visit freely and feel comfortable that loved ones are taken care of. There are different types of homes for seniors to match their preferences and special needs. Each home consists of six to eight residents to ensure that each senior is getting the attention they need from their caregivers. The ratio of seniors to caregivers is approximately 1:3-5 allowing for care to be tailored to meet each individualís needs. Each resident receives 24-hour personalized care and supervision, medication administration and supervision. Having a small number of residents per home is also in line with creating an intimate home where seniors can feel valued. Seniors have the chance to build valuable relationships in these settings. Residents are not bound by the homeís timetable and can have their own daily schedule. There is a wide range of meals to choose from. Avendelle homes also have indoor and outdoor common areas for recreation and entertainment.



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