Are you or a loved one considering downsizing?
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Let’s face it, moving is very stressful! It is up there with divorce and economic stress such as losing a job. It is both physically and emotionally draining. Whether you move frequently or almost never, moving is an intensely emotional experience. The burdens of the physical move combined with the underlying psychological issues such as loss, anxiety, or fear, can be daunting for any of us. However when you pile on the additional stress of having to condense a lifetime full of cherished possessions into a few small boxes and then leave your familiar surroundings behind, along with your friends and neighbors, it can be extremely overwhelming. This is tough for all of us, now imagine an elderly person trying to navigate this process on their own without loved ones to assist them. It can be paralyzing. It can sap the joy out of what could otherwise be a fabulous new adventure and next chapter in their life. We understand that selling the family home is so much more than just a move. It is truly a life transition.
When starting to consider downsizing, the first big decision is deciding where you or your loved one will be living next. Will you or your loved one be moving into a condo, single level home, or retirement community? Considerations also need to be addressed if you or your loved one has mobility, memory or other healthcare needs that may require extra care-giving that may require the level of an assisted living or memory care option. Fortunately there are lots of services that can help people through the entire process. We find it takes a village. Surrounding yourself with a good team of professionals and your emotional support system (friends, family, neighbors) is absolutely vital. No matter if you or your loved one are several years from downsizing, or it is coming up in the next year, it’s never too early to start planning.