Award Winning Opportunity with Right at Home

Now an award-winning franchisee, Andrew Davis saw active Service in the Balkans and Iraq and later trained Officers to command troops in operation. In the six years since his resettlement, he has built a successful business delivering high-quality homecare, enabling vulnerable people to retain their independence and remain in their own home.

“I chose franchising because being ‘the master of my own destiny’ is important to me,” says Andrew. “Right at Home offers a lot of support, which allowed me to be my own boss and follow my passion. By offering local jobs, community engagement, and the best in quality care, I can really make a difference to my local community.”


Right at Home suited Andrew as previous experience in the care sector is not required to consider their franchise. His public service ethos sits well in a system that allows him to think outside the box and go the extra mile for clients; such as a partnership with the South West Ambulance Service that enables them, in certain circumstances, to carefully lift from the floor, someone who has fallen.

“I think from the moment we join up, people should consider how they might transition back into civilian life,” he says. “I received a lot of support through the resettlement system; but setting up my own business would not have been possible without the expert support, advice and guidance of the Right at Home UK team.

I’m really proud of the business I have built over the last five years. Winning the Service Leaver Franchise of the Year award and reaching the finals of the bfa Franchisee of the Year Award is nice icing on the cake!”

Discovery Days with Right at Home 

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  • Learn about our approach to quality care
  • Meet the support team
  • Evaluate our franchise model
  • Assess whether we could work well together

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