Considering a move? At some point many seniors in Atlanta might need to consider moving. This move could be to a nursing home in Atlanta, an assisted-living facility in Atlanta, moving in with a friend in the Atlanta area, or closer to a relative. Other factors to be considered when moving or relocating should be access to health care facilities, recreation activities, climate, grocery stores, senior services and transportation services that are available in Atlanta for seniors.

Moving, relocation and downsizing can be very stressful for any of us, but particularly for seniors, so great care should be taken to make sure they're involved in the process, that kindness and consideration be given regarding memories in the home and that the move is planned to give seniors time to absorb the change. Many moving / relocation companies and services in Atlanta will come to a senior's home to give an assessment and price for the move.

 

 

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Moving Seniors in Metro Atlanta | Senior Relocation | Downsizing | Organizing

If you have exhausted the possibility of modifying your home to fit your needs, or your old home is just too big to handle any longer, or you just want to move closer to a loved one, or it's time for an Assisted Living lifestyle, you must consider downsizing, relocating and moving.

Maybe you need some ideas about which relocation direction is best. After all, downsizing and moving can be fairly traumatic. The good news is that you don't need to go it alone. There is specialized help out there for packing, sorting, moving, relocation and selling your home ~ custom tailored for seniors!

Most companies come to your home, listen to your concerns, make suggestions and give you an assessment. Several even handle estate sales.

It is good to interview more than one relocation service. When considering any type of service, it is always advisable to call at least six of their references. Ask for details about the experience each had with the service. If it is all good, continue by saying, "Please tell me of any little problem you may have had with this person." This last question tells the person called that it is okay to talk about any minor problems, which may or may not be minor to you.

It is good to have every detail you want in a written quote. If you feel uncomfortable for any reason with a person or company, contact another one.

As always, call the Better Business Bureau to make sure there have been no reported complaints. (This number is located in the Quick Guide of your Directory).


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