Lighten the load. Many seniors are capable of doing the physical work required during a move. Employing a move manager means that boxing, unboxing, cleaning, and organizing personal belongings get done—either by the move manager or by a vetted service provider they utilize.
Decision-making assistance. It’s hard to decide what to do with decades of belongings. As an objective third party, a move manager can offer a different perspective to guide the decision-making process.
Coordination with family members. Move managers can offer communication alternatives that will save the cost and hassle of far-flung adult children making multiple trips to help a parent prepare for a move, reducing stress and negative impacts on the entire family.
Keeping seniors healthy. Beyond the safety aspects of sparing seniors from the physical work of moving, there are the less apparent health benefits. Reducing the stress of a move produces better long-term outcomes for seniors.