Aging in Place: Kitchen Ideas

The kitchen has always been a place for family and socializing. Making changes for aging in place in the kitchen space can greatly increase its usability and the safety of those that live there. With home modification, people will no longer have to spend less time in the kitchen as they age. On the link […]

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Future Proofing – New Advancements in aging-in-place strategies!

There are some wonderfully thoughtful tips for aging-in-place from Dwell Magazine this month including keeping homes on one level with plentiful natural light, zero-step thresholds, nonslip, radiant-heated concrete floors, wide doorways, easy-to-reach shelves, ramps leading to the street, extra space for caregivers, wheelchair accommodating kitchen counters, built-in shower benches and guardrails throughout the space. For the full […]

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Decluttering can mean transforming lives…yours and others, too!

Overwhelmed by clutter? You’re not alone. I once heard someone say that we actually use 20% of what we own, and the other 80% is just, well…perhaps clutter. De-cluttering definitely impacts your life (and your sanity), however keep in mind it could impact the lives of others in need, too. Thinking that way just might give you that extra boost […]

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Spring is here…a time for new beginnings

The weather is perfect in Florida this time of year…cool, low humidity, sun shining, nice breeze…perfect for a day at the beach with a good book and then bundling up for a sunset at the end of your day. Spring is nature’s time of renewal- a hope for a new beginning. The trees have been through a […]

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Move management…not just for seniors!

We have truly enjoyed the journey of Inspire Transitions the last year and a half. We have learned so much about the needs of our elders in the community, resources that are available to them, and cherish the relationships we have built with our clients during their transitions. Along the way we’ve also learned that it’s […]

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So you decided you want to move, now what?

Congratulations. You’ve done your research and everything you can to make the best decision for you and your family regarding your living situation. You made several visits to Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC’s), Independent Living Communities, perhaps Assisted Living Facilities as well. It’s a big step, but you have finally found a place that feels […]

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Ten tips for down-sizing and de-stressing your move!

Courtesy of National Association of Senior Move Managers 10. Start Early – End Happy It’s never too early to begin the downsizing process. Begin by focusing on typical problem areas such as the attic, basement, garage, closets, file cabinets. 9. Get Generous Since you can’t take everything you own to your new home, now is […]

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