MotherDaughter.jpg

AGE IN PLACE

How we Can

Help You

Each situation is different and Smooth Transitions® is there to help as little or as much as you need.

We can help you work through difficult times, and make a smooth transition into a new stage of your life.

If you are not ready to move from your current home, Smooth Transitions® can help you stay put.

Downsize. Simplify. Stay at Home.

Moving may not be the best decision for you right now due to personal choice, financial considerations, etc., but your current home no longer functions as well as it did a few years ago. Staying put may be as simple as decluttering and organizing the space you use the most or repurposing a space for functionality and safety. Whatever your needs may be, we can provide guidance, encouragement and hands-on assistance that can help you adapt your home for who you are NOW.

FLOOR PLAN

Creating a floor plan and repurposing your existing space so it works better for you NOW!

Our goal is a safe and comfortable environment that reflects your new lifestyle.

YOUR VISION

Defining your vision:

"Where do we begin?"

 

We can help you prioritize what areas need work.

HOME SAFETY

Reducing home safety concerns and eliminating common in-home hazards.

Sell belongings

Deciding what will be donated, sold or discarded and executing your wishes.

 

We can guide you in selling items, helping you find the best means of dispersing those things you no longer want.

FUTURE PLANNING

Evaluating what you want in your home.

Determining your future needs and simplifying your lifestyle ~ gaining the freedom to live the life you want.

 

(For example, the things you use daily must be in easy-to-access places.)

HOME CARE

Exploring home care maintenance concerns.

NASMM-@home-logo.jpg

 

COMPLIMENTARY CONSULTATION

  

Call Susan at Smooth Transitions®

  

(859) 447-4853

 

for more information and your FREE consultation.

 

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

“Absolutely a marvelous experience. Floor planning, organization, moving. Just wonderful. Couldn't have done it without her.”


   Anne C.

   Lexington