One of the greatest benefits of technology is its ability to keep us connected. It wasn’t that long ago when mobile phones were rare and primarily owned by wealthy business people. Nowadays, most of us can’t imagine life without them. As virtual reality continues to improve, will it soon become a staple in our lives, and what does it offer for seniors?
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Some people might be scared to start residential assisted living homes right now in this current climate, but people are still shopping for assisted living homes for their loved ones. The truth is that there will always be seniors who need care and a safe, comfortable place to reside. Gene Guarino from the Residential Assisted Living Academy has Dana Robinson, a registered nurse, as a special guest to share some insights from inside a residential assisted living home.
The need for quality residential assisted living homes is on the rise, and over the next two decades the market is only going to grow. But how do you start one? Do you need previous experience working in assisted living? This guide will answer your questions and help put you on the path to opening your first RAL home.
Emmanuel Guarino sat down with Brett Snodgrass from the Simple Wholesaling podcast to discuss how to make 20K per month from one single-family home with Residential Assisted Living. If this is an opportunity that piques your interest, then this is definitely a podcast worth checking out.
With 24-hour media coverage and a constant barrage of new information, the coronavirus is on everyone’s mind. But what does it mean for senior communities? Considering the smaller numbers of seniors living in close proximity and better caregiver-to-resident ratios, residential assisted living homes provide a better environment to protect against coronavirus and to more effectively deal with outbreaks when they happen.
Residential assisted living is the perfect environment for most aging seniors. The lower resident-to-caregiver ratios and the comfort of living in a home give RAL providers a leg up on the competition. Additionally, establishing a clearly defined path for levels of care makes it easy for potential clients to see exactly what you have to offer.
Like many students, Justin heard about RAL Academy through The Real Estate Guys. Impressed with Gene’s approach to investing, he was prompted to check out our 1-day training in Kansas City and then the 3-day fast track course in Phoenix, AZ. The key to success for Justin, “It’s all about the systems.”
Motivated by a passion to help people and seeing first-hand the issues with their parent’s senior living environments, Donald & Talinda jumped feet first into residential assisted living. Determined to raise the standards of care, and being brought up by an extremely entrepreneurial father, Donald had the right mindset to seek out and follow through with the opportunity in assisted living investing. It was persistence that led to success.
The market is changing as the old model of senior housing and nursing homes is met with the growth of the residential assisted living home model. The future of assisted living marketing will inevitably adapt from a needs-based strategy to a wants-based one. Instead of pushing seniors into homes, we are drawing them in with superior care and a whole host of service-focused amenities.
So you’ve heard about the amazing investment opportunities in residential assisted living, and you want to get involved, but you are concerned about attending a live conference during COVID-19? We’ve thought of that. Our home study course allows you to take the next step from the comfort of your home.
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