Michael Dowling is an EXPERT on this subject. He helped our family with obtaining VA benefits (Aide and Attendance) for our elder loved one who served in WWII.
The National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) has declared May 10-16, 2015 National Senior Move Managers Week. During this recognition week, NASMM and NASMM members around the US, Canada, United Kingdom and Australia are promoting the value of Senior Move Management and Senior Move Managers’ commitment to assisting older adults and their families with later lifestyle transitions.
House to Home Relocation has been invited to speak Tuesday, January 27, at the elegant Allegro senior living community in St. Petersburg, located next to Eckerd College. Thank you Heather Higley, Sales and Marketing Director, for the invitation! Topic: Downsizing!
HTH is participating in the NASMM food drive November 3-14 with partner The Princess Martha, in downtown St. Petersburg at 411 1st Avenue N, St. Pete 33701..Please drop by to donate a nonperishable food item in the collection bin. All food donated will be brought to the St. Pete Free Clinic (www.stpetersburgfreeclinic.org). St. Pete Moving and Storage (www.stpetemoving.com) is an affiliated mover with Move for Hunger. Thanks for participating towards our 10,000 lbs goal.
Barbara’s been invited by the ISLA Girlfriends’ group to speak on August 6 at the Isla Del Sol Yacht and Country Club in St. Petersburg. She and Jay are always glad to be able to enlighten others about options to disperse “stuff” accumulated over the years in our homes and to also share tips on managing a residential move whether locally or out-of-state.
House to Home Relocation sponsors Tampa Bay’s Caregiver Hour Radio Show “on the road” show on Monday, May 19 at the Plaza at The Palms of Largo, in Largo, Florida. HTH is a current sponsor of Radio Show Host Kim Linder’s Caregiver Resource Network, where resources and information are provided to a large Tampa Bay community of health care professionals and caregivers: www.thecaregiverhour.com
A lot of great information, insight, tips, education are always included in each issue about the senior move management industry. House to Home Relocation is featured in this particular issue with a SNAPSHOT about us and our company. We are so honored to have been asked to submit our SNAPSHOT (page 9). In addition, Barbara was just appointed as a member of NASMM’s new Philanthropic Committee (page 5).
What a privilege. I look forward to serving on this new committee which supports organizations with programs all for the public good:
NASMM was recently featured on Reuters with this article about downsizing. Read the complete article here.
A lifetime’s worth of acquisitions and mementos may bring comfort to older adults, but this “material convoy” can also become more burdensome with age, U.S. researchers say.
Based on a national survey, a new study finds that after age 50, people become less and less likely to sell or donate items they no longer need – possibly because doing so becomes more and more difficult, physically or emotionally.
Read the complete article here.