Cleveland, OH, June 10, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Karin E. Fried, owner of Organizational Consulting Services and a member of The National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO) will offer organizing training to help people who are rebuilding their lives. NAPO's Quantum Leap program teaches paper, time, and money management to people in life-changing transitions. NAPO believes that making important shifts in one’s life is difficult to impossible without basic organizing skills. For those in life transitions—individuals living in shelters or public housing, the homeless, teenage mothers, victims of natural disasters, and many others—those skills are critical, but are often unaffordable.
Quantum Leap represents a concerted effort to bridge that gap.
Karin E. Fried volunteers her time to various non-profit agencies to provide organizational skills training. Organizational materials for class participants have been donated by NAPO, NAPO chapters, and individual NAPO members. Manufacturers, including Esselte Corporation (Pendaflex) have donated materials such as file folders and file boxes, pens, calendars and more.
Agencies interested in more information on the Quantum Leap program should visit NAPO's website, www.napo.net or call Organizational Consulting Services at (440) 666 – 9326. Manufacturers of organizing products interested in donating materials should contact Karin E. Fried.
Organizational Consulting Services provides Business and Residential Organizing services including Chronic Disorganization and Hoarding. Karin is also a speaker on various organizing issues such as Clutter Control, Paper Management, Time Management and Work – Life Balance. Karin’s motto is “Less Clutter = Less Stress SM For more information visit www.organizationalconsultingservices.com
NAPO, celebrating over 20 years as The Organizing Authority®, is the premier national association dedicated to the field of organizing. With more than 4,000 members, NAPO’s purpose is to share information about this growing industry and to define quality standards for the organizing profession. For more information on NAPO, visit www.napo.net.