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Share Common Ground – Pocket Neighborhoods for Young Retirees

Margit Novack shared this AARP article about “pocket neighborhoods” on our NASMM blog.  Growing in popularity with boomer retirees, pocket neighborhoods are small planned communites where clusters of six or eight cottage homes face a common courtyard and all the front doors are approached by a common walkway rather than a street.  Perfect for older adults seeking… Read more »

Transitioning with Care – A radio interview with Senior Move Managers

 1660 AM | WBCN | Charlotte, NC   Imagine a radio station focused solely on the concerns of senior citizens.  Such a station exists in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Follow the link below and have a look.  Be sure to click on PAST SHOWS and give a listen to Show #24: “Transitioning with Care.”  The first interview in… Read more »

Senior Moment: All That Stuff

I love this blog entry by Katie in Brooklyn about the emotional side of senior downsizing.  She says “when done properly, the move itself can be a happy time – a time for the senior to reinvent himself and plan for the future.”  What begins with overwhelm often turns into a rewarding and life-affirming process. by… Read more »

When Moving Seems Impossible

Here’s a great blog entry from the weekly New York Times blog for seniors called The New Old Age.  It’s a positive testimony to the stress-relieving and calming benefits of getting the help of a Senior Move Manager when moving is imminent.  A manager can help reduce family stressors.  “It really lets the adult child be… Read more »

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