After my mom passed away, I moved my dad from their condominium to senior independent living. He had a stroke and after nursing care, we moved him to assisted living, with two additional moves in the same facility. I cared for my mother-in-law for a decade. She suffered from vascular dementia and it soon became apparent that she needed help with medication, meals, laundry and hygiene. We were able to keep her in her own home with, what eventually became, full-time care. Then, we moved her to assisted living.
While all of the senior care was happening, my daughter went off to college in Philadelphia, three more moves; graduated and got a job, one more move; decided to try Chicago, then back to Philadelphia, two more moves; and now she’s in New Jersey!
I have personal experiences that are probably very similar to yours and your family’s. They have given me perspective and empathy, as well as a feeling of personal accomplishment. I enjoy helping people transition through, what can be, a trying event in their lives and then help them feel settled and comfortable in their new home.
No, we are happy to help people of all ages who need our services.
We charge an hourly fee, with a detailed contract of services and a not-to-exceed dollar amount. If more time is necessary, then we will discuss the time and contract changes that are required.
We are fully insured for the parts of your move which are our responsibility.
Yes, we use recyclable materials and reusable containers wherever possible.