Senior Care Makes the Cut for Fastest-Growing Companies List

A number of senior care companies were included on Inc. magazine’s list of the 5,000 fastest-growing companies in the country for 2013.

Ranking companies by a three-year growth rate from 2009 to 2012, Inc., the list includes providers of in-home care, personal caregiver services as well as consulting firms dedicated to the senior housing industry.

Bild & Company, a national healthcare consulting firm that provides sales training, coaching and marketing services primarily to the senior housing industry was ranked #1251. 


Reporting a 328% growth rate over three years, the 15-employee company based in Palm Harbor, Fla. posted a 2012 revenue of $3.7 million to earn them a spot on Inc.‘s list.

Senior1Care based in South Bend, Indiana ranked in at #2354 for its three-year growth of 154%, where the company’s revenue jumped to $2.5 million in 2012, compared to a 2009 revenue of $999,800. 

Offering non-medical senior in-home care services ranging from personal care and homemaker service to dementia care, family consultation, the company also offers geriatric care consulting through its staff of certified nursing assistants, RNs and behavioral specialists. 


Another company, Caring Senior Service based in San Antonio, Texas provides support to seniors needing homecare services and emphasizes quality caregivers, care services and active involvement.

From 2009 to 2012, company revenue grew 63% to $21.3 million. The company also made the Inc. 5000 list back in 2011, ranking in at #4750. Currently, Caring Senior Service has over 50 offices in 15 states.

Seniors Home Care also joined the ranks of at least eight other home health agencies working to provide home health care service for older adults. 

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Ranking at #3494, Seniors Home Care reported an 88% growth rate in the past three years for a 2012 revenue of $3.2 million. Founded in 1987, the St. Louis-based home care agency employees 131 workers, having added 62 job in the previous three years.

Check out the full Inc. 5000 list.

Written by Jason Oliva

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