Whether your aging loved one is suffering from health problems, lacking the care and attention they need, or simply would be better served by downsizing to a small house, the conversation about moving is never easy. Learn how to bring up “the talk” about moving, talk about assisted living and other care facilities, and get some tips on picking the right moving company and storage facilities for your needs.
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There are so many things to think about when moving! Here’s a comprehensive checklist to help you stay on track
The following is a list of things to do prior to moving. We recommend you start a moving file. In order to organize yourself, we recommend you print this list and check off items as they are accomplished.
Almost everyone has more stuff than they think they do, and almost no one leaves enough time to pack it. Collect boxes from local stores or buy them from the mover.
Investigate your potential movers through the U.S. Department of Transportation, friends and family, and the Better Business Bureau.
Moving can become messy, therefore start a moving folder and keep track of all your paperwork.
Don’t forget to contact your former and new utility providers and to fill out the official “Change-of-Address” with the United States Post Office.
You’ll need to access certain packed items almost immediately after you arrive, and they need to be packed together in special boxes (one per room) and marked with either bright red markers or special stickers so you can spot them easily. These special rooms include: kitchen, bathroom, tool room, etc.
Invite trusted friends over for a “Farewell Packing Party.” Provide free food and drinks, provide upbeat background music, and allow friends to tackle projects that require little supervision, such as packing books or pots and pans. Have friends take pictures and send you copies.