The downsizing process can be complicated and stressful. Knowing where to start and what to do with all of the "stuff" can stop the process before it gets started.
To assist Dallas/Fort Worth seniors and their families in dealing with the complexities involved in these types of moves, Senior Downsizing Experts will present a "lunch and learn" seminar entitled “Downsizing Made Easy" at Atria at Hometown on Thursday, November 10 at 11:30am. Atria is located at 6350 Winter Park Drive in North Richland Hills.
Topics will include things to consider before making a move, senior living options in the DFW area, tips for hiring various professionals related to the moving process, and ways to deal with your belongings.
"The moving process is complicated for anyone," says Ingrid Sullivan of Senior Downsizing Experts. "But for seniors who have lived in their home for 30, 40 or 50 years, it can become completely overwhelming. We have a real passion for serving Seniors and we want them to know that they don't have to do it all on their own. Our seminar helps them formulate a plan and gives them options for dealing with their belongings."
There is no cost to attend the seminar and lunch will be provided courtesy of Atria at Hometown. Space is limited so reserve your spot today! Visit www.DallasFortWorthSeniorLiving.com/events to register online or call to 817-635-1043.
About Senior Downsizing Experts:
Ingrid and John Sullivan have made it their mission to help older adults navigate the obstacles they face as they begin thinking about downsizing and selling their home. The Sullivans are Realtors® with Keller Williams and have completed extensive training to become certified Senior Real Estate Specialists®. Ingrid has also achieved the designation of Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP®) through the Seniors Real Estate Institute. Just recently, Senior Downsizing Experts also became a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers. The Sullivans have managed late-in-life moves for hundreds of clients -- including their own parents -- and are aware of how emotional and complicated the process can be.
About Atria at Hometown:
Atria at Hometown residents enjoy an exclusive independent lifestyle, with beautifully appointed residences thoughtfully designed for discerning older adults in the Mid-Cities area. Situated just north of 820, the independent living community is conveniently located near shopping, dining and recreational districts and attractions, including beautiful local parks and historic museums. With one- and two-bedroom luxury apartments and exquisite modern amenities, Atria at Hometown is the residence of choice for older adults who seek to continue their active lifestyles in a visually stunning, maintenance-free setting. Industry-leading quality standards and a 24-hour staff provide the foundation for exceptional senior living.