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Is It Time to Move? 5 Questions to Ask

 Posted by Jennifer Black on May 10, 2018 at 8:01 AM

Are you considering downsizing or moving to a “rightsized” home? Whether choosing to move now or later, you should start asking the right questions today. Begin by evaluating why you are considering a move and list the benefits you wish to gain and the not so desirable qualities of your current space.

#ElderCareChat Recap - OurParents.com

 Posted by Jennifer Black on January 25, 2018 at 12:54 PM
Caring Transitions was pleased to join last week's #ElderCareChat, with President Chris Seman serving as an expert panelist. Seman engaged participants in an informative Twitter conversation about how to rightsize for senior living. The hour-long #ElderCareChat highlighted Caring Transitions' work in helping seniors organize, pack, de-clutter, move, and resettle into a new space. The topic was inspired by a recent blog post in which Caring Transi...

Planning to Downsize or Rightsize?

 Posted by Jennifer Black on January 11, 2018 at 8:04 AM
As life changes, so does our use of space. For every milestone in our life, we use space differently. Whether you’re welcoming a new child, or proudly in the empty nest phase you may have decided the space you are in is no longer right for your needs. Preparing for a new rightsized space can be an overwhelming prospect. Planning for your move can help you manage the process over time. In preparation of a downsize or rightsize here are a few items...

Caring Transitions Featured In The Highline Times!

 Posted by Jennifer Black on March 2, 2016 at 9:20 AM
Caring Transitions Seattle featured in the Highline Times! West Seattle woman has a mission to help senior citizens by Michele Smith   In 2011, West Seattle resident Jennifer Black was working in real estate when her first son was born with Zellweger Syndrome; a rare peroxisome biogenesis disorder with a life expectancy of less than 1 year. She left her real estate career and became full-time caregiver to her son until he...