NORWALK, Conn. – A moving firm in Norwalk specializing in senior citizens announces its accreditation by a professional industry trade group.
The Settler, LLC announces its professional accreditation by The National Association of Senior Move Managers, the leading membership organization for the industry.
“This recognition makes us one of a very few accredited move management organizations in the area,” says Pinny Randall, Settler owner and founder.
When it comes to moving, it is difficult at any age and can be stressful. Effectively managing the stress of relocating older adults is the point of the senior move management firm like The Settler.
“Our accreditation and attendance at NASMM’s annual conferences means we are educated on the many different and even difficult situations like hoarding, handling people with Alzheimer’s, how to approach older clients and any client who may be under stress in their move,” says Caroline Menchero, office and job manager at the firm.
In 13 years of business, The Settler has helped people relocate local and long distances, moves to a smaller spaces and retirement homes, and more.
The Settler collaborates with third party providers, everyone from stamp collectors, record album collectors, electricians, rug cleaners, and furniture restorers to independent dealers and auctions houses.
In December 2015 one of The Settler’s Greenwich clients made headline news with the unearthing of a valuable piece of sheet music by none other than Ludwig von Beethoven himself, which went to auction.
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