Why Estate Downsizing May be The Right Transitional Move For You

 Posted by Robert Ray on February 20, 2018 at 12:02 PM
When you’ve retired and are looking to stretch your retirement budget as far as possible, moving into a smaller home, condo, or apartment can go a long way in keeping your living expenses as lean as possible. If you’re thinking about downsizing your estate, consider these benefits of estate downsizing:Lower Costs of LivingWhen retirees still have their mortgage or rent to pay, downsizing into a smaller home in their current hometown or a lower-co...

Communicating Lovingly with Seniors Suffering from Memory Impairment

 Posted by Robert Ray on February 14, 2018 at 8:57 AM
On the most basic level, we all want to feel loved. Despite any differences in age or understanding, this is key to remember when caring for or speaking to a senior with memory impairment. Conversation can be a challenge when it is difficult to remember happenings from one moment to the next. This compounded with life changes like moving, reduced mobility, or downsizing often makes for stressful interactions with family members, friends, or clien...

Rightsizing for Senior Couples: 5 Things to Consider Before Making a Move

 Posted by Robert Ray on February 14, 2018 at 8:00 AM
For couples approaching retirement, downsizing, upsizing or rightsizing may be a hot topic. When you envision retirement together, consider the best circumstances for enjoying the new stage in your life. Even if rightsizing isn’t an immediate requirement, it is important to begin a discussion about future needs, wants, and wishes together. We have 5 major things you should consider with your partner before downsizing. 1.       PHYSICAL ...

Planning for a Move Together

 Posted by Robert Ray on February 14, 2018 at 7:40 AM
Combining households can be beautiful, exciting, and frightening at the same time. Whether you are an excited new couple, a newlywed couple, or anything in between, with such heightened emotion it's important to have a plan to help you navigate through all the movement. Before creating a plan, have an open discussion with your significant other about what your space together needs, your preferred design styles, the layout, measurements and how you can minimize clutter.

Could Someone You Know Benefit from Our Downsizing Services?

 Posted by Robert Ray on February 9, 2018 at 11:12 AM
Signs Your Elderly Loved One Can Not Take Care of their Property Anymore Relocating a senior loved one can be an emotional and overwhelming decision. Often times, there are visible signs or indications that a loved one is no longer able to take care of themselves or their property. To decide if your senior loved one would benefit from the downsizing services offered at Caring Transitions, here are a few questions you should ask yourself:&nbs...

Estate Planning and Relocation for Aging Adults

 Posted by Robert Ray on January 26, 2018 at 10:16 AM
The process of downsizing can be a difficult one for seniors especially when they are leaving their home to move into an assisted living facility.  A lifetime of memories associated with possessions can be overwhelming for the family to sift through with thoughts that life is about to change for the entire family.But, there are ways to help ease the transition for your senior loved one. Learn more about downsizing and estate planning. A...

#ElderCareChat Recap -

 Posted by Robert Ray on January 25, 2018 at 12:54 PM
Caring Transitions was pleased to join last week's #ElderCareChat, with President Chris Seman serving as an expert panelist. Seman engaged participants in an informative Twitter conversation about how to rightsize for senior living. The hour-long #ElderCareChat highlighted Caring Transitions' work in helping seniors organize, pack, de-clutter, move, and resettle into a new space. The topic was inspired by a recent blog post in which Caring Transi...

Recognizing the Right Time to Consider Senior Relocation

 Posted by Robert Ray on January 15, 2018 at 10:28 AM
How do you know when the time is right to consider senior relocation? Many know that the time has come but face mounting feelings of guilt about doing so. They feel that their loved one will feel abandoned or neglected because this is the time that they need family the most. Even though this may be difficult, relocating your loved one can not only benefit them but you and others who care for them on a regular basis.  The decision to relocate...

How to Declutter with Liquidation in Mind

 Posted by Robert Ray on January 11, 2018 at 8:10 AM
As you make a house your home, many households acquire a plethora of items over time. Eventually you may find yourself saturated in clutter. Starting the declutter process to a clean and orderly home can feel daunting when you have an entire house to go through. Often with decluttering, you find items that are in excellent shape yet no longer have use in your home. These items may be great for liquidation. We have put together a few tips and tric...

Planning to Downsize or Rightsize?

 Posted by Robert Ray on January 11, 2018 at 8:04 AM
As life changes, so does our use of space. For every milestone in our life, we use space differently. Whether you’re welcoming a new child, or proudly in the empty nest phase you may have decided the space you are in is no longer right for your needs. Preparing for a new rightsized space can be an overwhelming prospect. Planning for your move can help you manage the process over time. In preparation of a downsize or rightsize here are a few items...
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