During your free in-home consultation, a senior move coordinator will sit down with you to discuss your needs and the variety of services Sashay Life Transitions can provide, as well as other support services available in your community.

Together, we'll create a plan that can include as many or as few of the following services as your needs dictate.


Organizing

From family heirlooms to financial documents, it's amazing how many important possessions we can accumulate in a lifetime. Sashay Life Transitions specializes in helping seniors create the physical and emotional space needed to enjoy what's most precious.

Organizing services include:

  • Removing clutter, cleaning out, and organizing your home

  • Providing thoughtful assistance with sorting possessions

  • Helping with decisions about what to keep, give away, sell, or discard

Move Management

As members of the National Association of Senior Move Managers, Sashay Life Transitions adheres to the highest standards of service. We're committed to helping ease the transition from one home to another or ensuring seniors can "age in place" safely and comfortably.

Move management services include:

  • Packing items–including antiques, electronics, and valuables–so they stay safe

  • Supervising your preferred professional moving company the day of move

  • Downsizing and decluttering

New Home Set-Up

There's a lot that goes into making a new apartment, house, or any space feel like home. You want to feel safe and secure, and for your surroundings to feel organized and familiar. Sashay Life Transitions can help make your start in a new home as successful as the move itself.

New home setup services include:

  • Unpacking, setting up and decorating

  • Mapping furniture placement and directing movers

  • Setting up your new home based on your safety and personal needs

Disposal & Dispersal

Dealing with unwanted or excess items doesn't have to be a complicated process. Sashay Life Transitions works closely, efficiently, and compassionately with clients to help decide how to best re-home items so that they go to the right people and places.

Dispersal and disposal services include:

  • Coordinating distribution of personal items to family members

  • Donating items to women's and veterans' shelters

  • Preparing unique and sensitive items for the appraisal and auctioning process

  • Bringing preferred items to consignment shops