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Do You or A Loved One
Need To Downsize
or Move To Senior Living?

Making a move at any age can be difficult and stressful.  After 20, 30, or even 40 years in your current home, the process of rightsizing and relocating to a new home is overwhelming. 

Additionally, situations like downsizing, moving to an apartment or apartment community, or moving to a senior living community can also be highly stressful.

It's So Much More Than Just A Move...

Our FREE Guide will reveal how a highly qualified Senior & Specialty Move Manager who specializes in helping older adults and their families through the daunting process of organizing, downsizing, and relocation.

Senior Move Managers understand your move is so much more than just a move.  This Guide will provide you with tips and checklists to enhance your moving experience.
Senior & Speciality Move Managers assist their clients with the emotional and physical aspects of relocation.  

The Real Benefits Of Senior & Specialty
Move Management Services

Senior & Specialty Move Managers have significant expertise in resources and approaches that save money, reduce stress and produce quality results.  They provide personalized, client-centered services that are designed to meet your needs and preferences.

NASMM members are reviewed for insurance and experience requirements prior to acceptance.  Additionally, NASMM requires all new members to take certificate classes in Move Management Ethics and Safety, Understanding the Moving Industry and Move Management Contracts & Liability. 

These programs, along with NASMM's ongoing educational programs, reflect the NASMM commitment to professionalism and to working with clients who have unique needs.

NASMM members adhere to a Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice and are guided and supported by the NASMM Ethics Compliance Committee.

Here are some helpful questions to ask when you are considering hiring a Move Manager:

  • Are you a member of the National Association of Senior & Speciality Move Managers?
  • How long have you been providing move management services?
  • Have you participated in any formal training?
  • Are you fully insured for liability and workers' compensation?
  • Do you charge by the hour or by the project? (NASMM recommends fees should be provided in writing to the consumer or responsible party prior to providing services)
  • Will you provide a written contract? (NASMM members are required to use a contract)
  • Can you provide references?
  • Do you offer customized floor plans?
  • Do you provide organizing, sorting, and downsizing services?
  • Do you arrange for the profitable disposal of unwanted items through auction, estate sale, buy-out, consignment, donation, or a combination?
  • Do you interview, schedule, and oversee movers?
  • How is the billing arranged for the movers?
  • Do you pack or do you hire a moving company to perform the packing?  (If the Senior Move Manager indicates they pack, make sure they have the appropriate insurance to cover any damages)
  • Do you completely unpack and set up the new home?
  • Will you handle the transfer of my utilities, mailing address, etc.?
  • What additional services do you offer?  (house cleaning, waste removal, photo organizing, estate sale/auction, assisting with the selection of a real estate professional)
  • Senior & Specialty Move Managers have extensive, practical knowledge about the costs, quality and availability of various local community resources.

Additionally, Move Managers frequently assist individuals who choose to stay in their own homes, but simply require expert organizational skills and solid knowledge of "staying in place" concepts to help them achieve their goal of... not moving anywhere, but improving their quality of life!

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Ten Tips to Downsize and 'De-Stress' Your Move!

10.  Start Early - End Happy
It's never too early to begin the downsizing process.  Begin by focusing on typical problem areas such as the attic, basement, garage, closets, file cabinets.

9.  Get Generous
Since you can't take everything you own to your new home, now is the time to make arrangements to "gift" some of your treasures to special people in your life including, and especially family, helpful neighbors, friends, favorite organizations, or a church/synagogue.

8.  Save Your Memories
You may have boxes of old photos from every holiday, vacation and birthday party.  What do you do with them?  Ask your Move Manager about digitizing your photos and videos in a format easily shared on any device.

7.  New Looks for Books
If you own large quantities of books, you need to spend time downsizing your collections.  Books occupy lots of space and are heavy to move.  Consider donations to libraries or senior centers, or sales to used bookstores.  Call on a book dealer for older books with potential value.

6.  Use It Up... Don't Move It Out
Take an inventory of your canned goods, frozen foods, and paper products.  Plan to use as many of these products as you can before moving.  If you simply have too many of these items, think about passing them on to a local food pantry.  Check to see if the Move Manager you hire participates in NASMMs Move for Hunger Initiative.

For the rest of the tips...
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Your Next Move

Moving a loved one to a senior living community is a major life event.  But, with the right "team" of professionals to assist with the various aspects of the transition, it doesn't have to be as stressful or filled with hassles.

The right move manager and/or moving company can make the physical move to a senior living community as easy and "hands off" as you want the move to be.

The right local senior placement agent can be a great asset to find the best senior living community for you or a loved one, depending on the type of care needed and services provided by the community or facility.

The right real estate professional can make selling your house and the transition to a senior living community stress and hassle free.

Don't let the thought of "where do I start" or the fear of "overwhelm" stop you from taking the first step.  We can help!

If you have questions about how and where to find the best local services to assist you with your specific needs, just call my office at 
(855)-291-5005 or email me at




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