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  • Writer's pictureJason & Liz Sautter

5 sites you can use to get more information on senior moving

Senior moving is a monumental task for anyone to take on. Your parents have taken care of you their whole lives, now it’s your turn to take care of them. That’s why it’s crucial to make sure that you are as prepared as possible to make the best possible move, and the first step is finding the right information.

It goes without saying that finding the right information can be tricky, especially when so much is at stake. Moving your aging parents into a facility or community is a very critical decision that will be costly with respect to three key areas:  

A. time - lots of time spent to look at options and agree on one 

B. energy - there will be phases of emotional and mental processing before we even get to the physical energy being expended on the actual move 

C. money - this will be a big financial investment!

To prevent you from getting overwhelmed, we’ve compiled a list of 5 sites you can use to get more information on senior moving. These sites are packed with additional resources such as information on different areas and experts you can directly connect with to support you as you navigate this daunting process with your loved ones.

A. - This site has not only a ton of listings for specialized resources and living communities, but also experts that you can contact to receive additional information on housing costs. In fact, they even have a great resource you can reference when moving your loved one to a senior facility

B. - very similar to in terms of listing out different facilities for specialized care as well as having experts that you can speak with for more info.

C. - a fairly straightforward site that specializes only in senior living communities for people ages 55 and up.

D. - what separates this site from others is that they have resources for Continuing Care Retirement Communities or CCRCs. These are places that combines both medical care that comes from assisted living, memory care, as well as skilled nursing along with independent living so seniors can age in place. 

E. - this is specifically for anyone whose aging parents will need special care if they are suffering from cognitive decline like dementia or Alzheimer’s

We hope these resources are useful for you as you prepare your aging parents to relocate. At Valet Moving Services, we specialize in senior moving and because we are family-owned, we treat your loved ones just like our loved ones. If you’re looking for moving help for your parents, contact us for a free quote!

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