Abundance Organizing understands that suffering the death of a loved one can be overwhelming, and that having to manage a loved one’s belongings can trigger memories that add to the pain of loss.
The team at Abundance Organizing brings comfort and peace by organizing your loved one’s legacy. They provide a survivor’s checklist, contact agencies and professionals whose services are no longer needed, and arrange for pick-up of any rented medical equipment. They inventory and organize your loved one’s belongings and facilitate the sale, donation, disposal, or transfer of items that are set apart for removal. One client stated, “She helped me understand that I can get rid of the things without getting rid of the memories.”
In addition to Legacy Organizing, Abundance Organizing can reclaim cluttered spaces for intended purposes, establish home filing systems, manage your move when downsizing or relocating, and prepare advanced directives.
Allison Mitchell, the Principal Organizing Consultant in Charlottesville, is a registered nurse with years of personal and professional experience who puts her whole heart into her work.
The team at Abundance Organizing is passionate about helping you find a sense hope as you journey through life’s transitions. According to Eva Shaw Ph.D. and author of What To Do When A Loved One Dies, “Becoming organized about the job will make you feel more in charge and less overwhelmed as you sort through those things which belonged to your loved one.”
Know someone who worries about their elderly parent in Charlottesville, Staunton, or Harrisonburg Virginia? Care is There Geriatric Care Management can help! Have them contact us for a free consultation: 434.326.5323 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Elizabeth Swider, Geriatric Care Manager, Certified Senior Advisor
President, Care is There Geriatric Care Management
Support for independent living and long distance caregiving; assisted living enhancement