Arlington, TX, September 29, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- The National Association of Senior Move Managers® (NASMM) is pleased to welcome Senior Downsizing Experts as its newest member.
“On behalf of NASMM, I am pleased to welcome Senior Downsizing Experts to NASMM’s family of premier Senior Move Management providers,” said Mary Kay Buysse, NASMM’s Executive Director. “As a member of NASMM, Senior Downsizing Experts is bound by a pledge of integrity, committed to best practices in client services, business operations, safety and ethics and is dedicated to continuing professional development.”
Senior Downsizing Experts serves boomers, seniors and children of aging parents in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. The company is owned by Ingrid and John Sullivan who are both licensed real estate professionals with the Senior Real Estate Specialist® designation. Ingrid has also achieved the more in-depth Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP®). Over the last 7 years, Senior Downsizing Experts has made it their mission to help older adults navigate the obstacles they face as they begin thinking about downsizing and making a move. The company offers a complete package of services to help with every aspect of the downsizing process.
"Serving seniors is our passion," said Ingrid Sullivan of Senior Downsizing Experts. "We understand how emotional and complicated the downsizing process can be. Through our membership with NASMM, we will have access to additional support and resources which enhance our ability to provide client-centered Senior Move Management services with compassion and integrity.”
Making a major move at any age is difficult and stressful. Recognizing and managing the stress of downsizing and relocating older adults is the hallmark of the National Association of Senior Move Managers®, the leading membership organization for Senior Move Managers in the United States, Canada and abroad. With over 850 members, NASMM is recognized for its innovative programs and expertise related to Senior Move Management, later-life transitions and relocation issues affecting older adults.