Comfort Keepers Continues to Grow Across Canada


Oct 08, 2010

Jerry Cooper has recently been granted the franchise for London West and Susan Bridges has been awarded the Comfort Keepers franchise for Cambridge– Brantford, Ontario.  Both Jerry and Susan recently attended training at the Comfort Keepers Canada office. Rosie Vishram and partner Shabina Rajani will be opening shortly in South Edmonton. Together, they all represent a growing number of franchisees that have been recently been granted a franchise license for Comfort Keepers in Canada.

The number of enquires has grown dramatically in the past year as people see the aging population on the rise and the growing need. Statistics Canada predicts the amount of seniors will increase from 13% in 2006 to 21% in 2026.

Comments Peter Drutz, president of Comfort Keepers Canada, “We are pleased with the increased number of quality enquires for the franchise. The additional points of distribution of the Comfort Keepers brand across Canada will allow us to pursue and put in place national alliances and programs to more fully support different needs at a national level.”

Two such recent alliances include being approved as the official national supplier for the Canadian Institute for the Blind. Comfort Keepers caregivers have received special training for working with the seeing impaired.  As well, Comfort Keepers has been approved as the home care vendor for the Blue Cross program. Through Blue Advantage Comfort Keepers provides special discounts to its 8 million members.

About Comfort Keepers®

Comfort Keepers provides, in-home companion care on an hourly, daily, weekly or live-in basis for individuals needing assistance with activities of daily living. Services are tailored to the individual needs of each client and, in the case of seniors, allow them to continue living in the privacy of their own home. Duties are delivered using an interactive care approach. Comfort Keepers has over 550 independently owned and operated offices