Senior Downsizing Experts has launched a new website devoted to serving the needs of mature adults in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.
DallasFortWorthSeniorLiving.com will provide information on housing options for those 55 plus as well as tips for health and safety, aging-in-place, recreation and entertainment and other news relevant to Metroplex seniors. The site will also feature a directory of senior living communities in the area and a list of resources for mature adults and their families. In addition, there is a section of free downloads which includes newsletters, e-books, and directories.
The site is designed to work on desktop computer browsers as well as tablets and smartphones. "We wanted to make sure that the site was mobile-friendly and accessible no matter what type of device our guests are using. The mobile site even allows visitors to call us with one touch from their smartphone," says John Sullivan.
"We are very excited for the launch of this new site," says Ingrid Sullivan. "Our intent is to have a 'one stop shop,' if you will, for anything that boomers and seniors might need. We will also be providing resources for the children of aging parents who so often are tasked with helping their parents with life decisions as they age. We are proud of all of the hard work we have done to develop this rich senior living resource."
About Senior Downsizing Experts:
The Sullivan & Sullivan Team of Keller Williams Arlington 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 have completed extensive training and are both certified Senior Real Estate Specialist® by the National Association of Realtors. Ingrid has also achieved the more in-depth Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP®) designation through the Seniors Real Estate Institute. 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. Their message to seniors and their families: "You Are Not Alone."