Helping Seniors Move: Moving Advice and Tips

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Written By
Amie Clark

Amie has been writing about senior care products and services for the last decade. She is particularly passionate about new technologies that help improve the quality of life for seniors and their families. Seeing her parents and grandparents age made Amie ask herself, “Would this be good enough for my loved ones?” In her spare time, Amie enjoys outdoor adventures and spontaneous road trips. Learn more about Amie here


  1. Hello! Thank you for the excellent blog post, our customers need to read this and I’ll point them to it. I wish there was more straightforward information about moving out there like this. Thanks again! Steve
  2. Your tips are useful I think moving with helps movers is better than our self. I appreciate the efforts you people put in to share moving tips and tricks blogs on such kind of topics; it was helpful. Keep Posting!
  3. Some good and effective packaging and moving tips include: Ordering a lot of boxes in various sizes, I would recommend to order fewer big boxes and more small boxes in order to pack your stuff smartly. Instead of using newspaper and magazine select special paper packaging, as this prevent ink stains which usually sticks over the objects during long distance moving. Do not forget to label your boxes so you must know which objects are present in the box and to which room those items belong to.
  4. You share the points are really very helpful and point 9, 6 is really important for moving. I like your blog. Thanks you share the valuable information.
  5. Great article! I will be attaching a link to this in emails for Senior moves. Thank you!
  6. Great article that is helpful for anyone moving. Planning how to move is a great way to relieve some stress that is associated with moving.
  7. Beth, your article is right on, with your permission I would like to share this with my clients. My company transitions seniors from their current home to senior retirement residences; many of my clients are 90 and older and the thought of moving is overwhelming. I find at the beginning of the process they are able to make many decisions on their own but as we continue they just want it over with and to be settled in their new suite. Thanks for sharing.

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