Recognizing
the Signs

Whether this is you, a parent, grandparent, relative, friend or neighbor, recognizing the signs that one of our loved ones are living in a situation that may need to change does take time. The signs are usually there for a while but it’s hard to have those tough conversations. Most people think…

  • What do I say?
  • Is it my place to say anything?
  • They won’t listen to me!
  • My spouse will never move from our home!

 

Having these tough conversations are important. There is light at the end of the tunnel. Once you’ve had these conversations you might find your loved one has been thinking of downsizing but is just too overwhelmed to think of all the work that's involved. Just the thought of it may raise blood pressure and stress.

We can help.

 

Not sure what signs to look for…

  • Is your loved one living in only 50% of their home?
  • They can’t do the stairs anymore? So they probably haven’t been in their basement or attic for years.
  • The house isn’t as clean as it once was?
  • Their freezer is filled with frozen dinners?
  • There’s 1 ailing parent and the other has become the Caregiver?
  • An overabundance of stuff piling up? Possibly Hoarding?

 

If you have answered yes to 1 or all of these points, then it might be time to hire a