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7 Signs You Have Too Much “Stuff”

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on July 13, 2018 at 8:07 AM
Has your personal property or “stuff” taken over your space? It may be time to clear the clutter from your home. We have 7 signs to help you decide if your possessions are holding you back from truly enjoying your home. In many cases, we can become immune to the number of items we accumulate over time because we have grown accustomed to it always being there. Essentially it becomes a part of your living environment and we begin to accept the plac...

“Letting Go” to Age in Place

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on July 13, 2018 at 8:04 AM
If you are considering retiring in your own home, it is important to create a plan to do so comfortably. There are many issues that arise that can make the upkeep and maintenance of homeownership during retirement a challenge. 

One way to prepare to age in place is clearing the home to decrease mobility hazards and reduce the stress of maintaining excess or unnecessary belongings. 

According to Andrew Mellen, a prominent Professional Organizer, there are three ground rules to follow when preparing your home for your future as a retiree...

Finding a Great Home for Your Valuables

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on July 13, 2018 at 8:02 AM

As baby boomers prepare to downsize or age in place, streamlining possessions becomes a necessity. In most cases, boomer parents find it difficult to find the right home for their valued items. They discover their children are not interested in taking their collections of china sets or paintings.

Despite the challenge of finding a new home for these items, it is still a task that is essential to safely aging in place. An estate sale or online estate sale/auction may be a choice to consider for clearing space in the home.

Aging Veterans and PTSD: How to Advocate for Those You Love

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on June 25, 2018 at 8:10 AM

Today, more than ever, mental health is a pressing issue that none of us can ignore. This, of course, wasn’t always the case. Mental health has historically been an uncomfortable and often shameful topic. This is especially true for our aging Veterans. Read expert tips from Anthony Marsh, Attorney at Law, to help an aging veteran get the treatment and compensation they deserve through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

Aging Veterans and PTSD: How to Advocate for Those You Love

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on June 25, 2018 at 8:10 AM

Today, more than ever, mental health is a pressing issue that none of us can ignore. This, of course, wasn’t always the case. Mental health has historically been an uncomfortable and often shameful topic. This is especially true for our aging Veterans. Read expert tips from Anthony Marsh, Attorney at Law, to help an aging veteran get the treatment and compensation they deserve through the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).

The Declutter Quicklist: 15 Minutes to a Safer Clutter Free Home

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on June 11, 2018 at 8:11 AM

A hazard free home is a decluttered home. Keeping your home clear and clutter free could be a small task you do daily. As you age, decluttering can be a great way to reduce fall risks and maintain your independence.

In honor of National Safety Month, we have a list of ways you can declutter in 15 minutes or less to keep your home safe for yourself and those you love.

Read the full article...

Decluttering: 10 Tips to Make the Man Cave More Enjoyable

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on June 11, 2018 at 8:08 AM

June is Men’s Health month, and what better way to keep your sanity than enjoying your Man Cave?

There may be a scientific link to mental well-being and allowing yourself to enjoy space. A recent study shows, “space is very important for regulating emotions,” says Sam Gosling, a psychology professor and author. The study also shows space as a powerful mechanism for evoking our emotions and positively impacting emotional well-being. “It’s incredibly important to be in one’s own space and resonate with who one is,” Gosling says.

Decluttering to Keep a Senior Loved One Safe

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on June 11, 2018 at 8:04 AM
As senior loved one’s age, less of the home is “lived in,” but the clutter from years in a home still remains and may cause issues. In ourparents.com article Dealing with the Dangers of Clutter, Caring transitions President Chris Seman explains exactly what those dangers are in the average American home that has over 300,000 items. “Some of the more obvious dangers are the risks for personal injury, such as trips and falls. Those with cluttered homes frequently pay to replace household items because they are more vulnerable to being crushed, broken, or lost. Structural damage can also occur due to vents being blocked, obstructing airflow, causing moisture, and creating costly damage from mold.”

Join Caring Transitions of Rochester at the 4th Annual Successful Aging Expo!

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on June 7, 2018 at 5:12 PM
 Karen Menachof will be proudly representing Caring Transitions of Rochester at the 4th Annual Successful Aging Expo in Canandaigua on June 18th, put on by the Law Office of Michael Robinson. The event is at the Canandaigua Inn on the Lake from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and will support World Elder Abuse Awareness.   From The Law Office of Michael Robinson: “COME to the Inn on the Lake to take in the beautiful view ...

Join Caring Transitions of Rochester at "TOP TEN Things You Need to Know Before Selling Your Home!"

 Posted by Daniel Menachof on May 29, 2018 at 10:06 AM
Caring Transitions of Rochester owner, Senior Move Specialist, and Howard Hanna realtor Karen Menachof will be speaking on the TOP TEN things you need to know before selling your home at an event at The Highlands at Pittsford on Thursday, June 21st 2018 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm. She will be sharing special tips about how to take advantage of the current seller's market. How to prepare your home to maximize value What marketing te...
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