Category Archives: Senior Moves


Survey: Most Baby Boomers Lack a Plan to Care for Parents

The survey of 600 adults ages 45 to 65, conducted for the HomeInstead Senior Care network, also found: • 31% don’t know how many medications their parents take. • 34% don’t know whether their parents have a safe deposit box … Continue reading

Storing Collectibles; May Not Be a Good Idea

Tip from Kovels – June 2011 issue Storing collectibles now and hoping they’ll go up in value later may or may not be a good idea. Storing pottery, glass and metal in a dry attic or basement is usually OK, … Continue reading

Christine Smart Receives Certificate of Achievement in Aging Sensitivity Training from the National Association of Senior Move Managers

(Hinsdale, IL – February 1, 2011) — The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) announced today that Christine Smart of Designing Moves LLC, Marion, IA, has successfully completed NASMM’s “Old Like Me” Aging Sensitivity Intensive Training and has earned … Continue reading

Senior Move Managers Help with Impossible

December 30, 2010, 10:00 am When Moving Seems Impossible By PATRICK EGAN Patricia Wendler had been trying to sell her Southport, N.C., home for four years. Just before Thanksgiving, she finally got an offer, with one major contingency: Mrs. Wendler, … Continue reading

Are You in Control of Your Stuff?

A gentle reminder that sometimes our “stuff” controls us!  Please take some time and look around your home, check your closets, drawers, end tables, night stands, the junk drawer, etc. Take one area at a time, pick up an item … Continue reading

A Startling Fact about Moving: Relocation Stress

You’ve just moved mom into a retirement neighborhood and she is suddenly forgetful, depressed, and can’t sleep.  You thought this was the best solution for her care and now things appear worse, what is going on?If this scenario sounds familiar … Continue reading

Wedding Planners of the Moving Industry

Value Added: The “Move Management” Industry By Thomas Heath My 92-year-old mother motors around her two-bedroom, one-floor ranch home in Syracuse, N.Y., with the help of a walker and comforted by a lifetime of mementos, photographs (not enough of yours … Continue reading