Somewhere between touring new homes, sorting through your belongings and deciding what to take with you, it hits you: downsizing takes a lot of work. We understand that simplifying your life can be, well, rather complicated. Fortunately, though, making a transition doesn’t have to be an overwhelming experience.
We handle every moving detail with care, courtesy and excellence. We also provide emotional assistance and support to handle even the most difficult transitions.
Where to Move Next?
Staying in your home, or aging in place, makes sense for many people, however there are times and circumstances in life when making a move is the better long term decision.
In our role as coaches helping many people on this journey we have put together resources here that you will find helpful in exploring various living options. Here’s a couple of great places to start:
> Local Retirement Communities
> Type of Retirement Living Options
How to Make a Move Happen
With a house full of possessions, potentially accumulated over a lifetime, the thought of making a move can be stressful. The comment we most often hear when first meeting seniors considering a move is “I feel overwhelmed and I’m not sure where to begin.”
We know everyone needs a little help sometimes.
As experienced and trained experts, we have helped hundreds of people just like you make successful moves.
Here’s more information on just some of the ways we can help with avoiding overwhelm, exhaustion and frustration, and possibly injury or sickness: