Senior Move Management
We work compassionately with seniors and their families before and during transitional times to provide the specialized services of planning, organizing, sorting, donating, recycling, packing, and resetting you deserve.
To ensure the highest level of service Ideal Organizing + Design’s, Michael Gettier has earned the Certified Senior Move Manager® credential through the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM). This professional certification reflects our commitment to our senior clients and their families making the important decision to either move to an assisted living facility or safely age– in–place.
The Senior Move Management® certification is awarded to individuals demonstrating knowledge, sensitivity, ethics, and extensive senior move experience. It is the only senior move certification program that includes a high level of experience to receive the certification. Our team members share the same knowledge, compassion, and ethics to ensure our team provides the appropriate service to seniors and their families during any transitional phase.
Aging demographics are rapidly changing while many adult children have work and family obligations of their own. Increased housing options can be diplomatically managed while preserving the individual’s autonomy and dignity by using a Certified Senior Move Manager®.
- Developing an overall move or “age in place” plan
- Organizing and sorting
- Arranging for the profitable disposal of unwanted items through auction, estate sale, buy-out, consignment, donation, or a combination.
- Interviewing, scheduling & overseeing movers.
- Arranging shipments to one or more location.
- Making storage arrangements.
- Creating customized floor plans for easy reach, flow, and safety in new or existing location.
“I was desperate, moving from a four-bedroom house to a two-bedroom apartment, then a one-bedroom. I had lots of stuff and no room. The team worked a miracle in two weeks, coming back every month to keep it up. I look forward to a clean apartment and organized space each time the IOD comes. No more disaster! Now I have peace.”