Once you decide you want a senior move manager, the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM) should be your first stop. The organization trademarked the name senior move manager and developed a stringent set of guidelines and requirements to which all its members must adhere.
The website offers an easy way to search for a senior move manager in your area, and it provides expectations for the costs of the services. The members, representing over a thousand organizations, are not referred without prior vetting. Each company must carry general business liability insurance if they want to use the NASMM symbol.
NASMM also requires every member to abide by a strict code of ethics, and they provide classes on those topics. They go a step further by offering an Ethics Compliance Commission within the organization that reviews complaints against any member company.
As we learned HERE, senior moves managers will help you develop a move or age-in-place plan, arrange for the profitable disposal of unwanted items, and interview, schedule, and oversee movers, among many other things. They are moving experts and experts at working with seniors.
Read HERE why looking to NASMM will be your best bet when you are ready to hire a senior move manager.