Downsizing your home is part of the retirement process is. It’s both practical and efficient, as it helps you reduce costs and cuts down on headaches as you get older. However, downsizing often requires moving to a smaller home in a new location, something not everyone is keen to do.
Moving to a new home is an exciting prospect for many, but for elderly people, it can be very stressful. Moving elderly parents is tricky because their fear of moving typically stems from fear of the unknown.
A long-distance move is a stressful undertaking, and it’s even more difficult for seniors who may have mobility issues and may be fearful of big changes. If you are helping your elderly parent or loved one with an upcoming long-distance move, you may be feeling overwhelmed by the prospect. In today’s post, Busy Buddies, your […]
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about senior living, which contribute to a negative perception held by seniors about these facilities. As your trusted local senior move managers, we debunk common senior living myths in today’s post.
If your elderly loved one is no longer able to safely live alone, moving them into an independent or assisted living facility may be the most responsible option. Finding a good facility with compassionate, highly skilled employees is obviously a big concern.