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Unique ‘Move Management’ service comes to Lancashire!
Supported Moves an innovative new service which helps the elderly & less abled as well as ‘in need’ domestic & commercial customers to move, de-clutter & downsize arrives in Lancashire!
By: Supported Moves
“The Supported Moves services” said Margaret Wilson, Director “are designed to take away some of the stresses that comes from moving house or even commercial premises.” Our ‘Move Management’ organisation”
Margaret originally from Winnipeg in Canada, moved to Blackpool, Lancashire over 30 years ago after training to be a mental health nurse. She worked for Mind in the UK and set up Supported Moves in 2012 after recognising the demand for ‘Move Management’ in residential and commercial markets in the UK.
“In North America these type of services are well established and used,” she added “By developing Supported Moves, here in the NW, we can help people manage what can seem a daunting prospect. For the elderly and less abled, their relatives who may not live nearby, busy families with Children and even hard pressed business people with commercial premises, this can be offer real help or even a lifeline”
With the UK housing market in slowdown, *Supported Moves have also developed De-Cluttering and Adaption services to make the best of your current living accommodation/
For further information on Relocation and De-cluttering services for the Elderly, Less able, Domestic and Commercial Business please contact:
56 Milbank Avenue, Kirkham,
Preston, Lancashire PR4 2HJ
Tel: 01772 686 800 Mob: 07999 063 407
Notes for the Editor:
*Supported Moves are fully insured and can provide evidence of insurance. All staff have full Criminal Record Bureau (CRB) clearance. Margaret has over 30 years of experience working with vulnerable people and in property renovation and repair.
Supported Moves are a provisional member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM). They abide by their Code of Ethics and Standards of Practise, and have undertaken training in Safety, Ethics and Accountability. They hope to become full members in the near future.