Happy Thanksgiving from Caring Transitions Upstate South Carolina

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The weeks leading up to the holidays can be very busy. It is easy to get distracted by things like shopping, cleaning, and prepping for visitors. These tasks can cause the little things to go unnoticed.  Thanksgiving is just a few days away. This is a special time to get together with the special people in your life. For some it may be the only time throughout the year that you see them.  It is important to use this family gathering as an opportunity to look around and ask yourself a few questions.  How are your parents handling retirement?  Are there projects or repairs that need done around the house?  Has their health status declined?   

Depending on the answers, now may be the right time to start a conversation about downsizing some of their possessions or even relocating to a home that better fits their needs. Starting the conversation can be difficult, but I can help every step of the way. I am sure you will have many questions. I work closely with a network of professionals that can help in a variety of ways. 

As life changes, it may become necessary to leave a familiar home and part with personal belongings in order to downsize and relocate to a smaller home or retirement community. At Caring Transitions of Upstate South Carolina, we help our clients understand the process, evaluate their options and make informed decisions that suit their best interests. We are committed to making each client’s experience positive by minimizing stress and maximizing results.

From sorting through years of memories, working with estate planners, coordinating movers and real estate agents to designing a functional and comfortable floor plan, our compassionate and experienced team can be involved as much or as little as you like. We’ll serve as your family’s advocate, ensuring your best interests are kept in mind throughout the process.

November is the perfect time to reflect on the countless blessings in our lives.  As you get together with your loves ones over the Thanksgiving holiday please give thanks for all they do for you and others, enjoy your time together, and plan to get together with them again soon. 

 Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions or concerns at 864-243-8805.

Happy Thanksgiving,

Rick Parkinson
Caring Transitions of Upstate South Carolina

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