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A Proud Member of the NASMM

We can hardly believe it, but Transition Tamers celebrated the beginning of its 5th year in business in June! When we began back in 2014, it was just the two of us and over the years our team has grown to 6 associates and our client list is full of extraordinary andRead More

June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month

Worldwide, 50 million people are living with Alzheimer’s and other dementias. Join the Alzheimer’s Association in going purple and raising awareness this June. The more people that know about Alzheimer’s, the more action we inspire.   Learn More about going purple and spreading awareness about this disease. The Transition Tamers team isRead More

Where Business Meets Wonder

Transition Tamers was pleased to attend the NASMM 2019 Conference in San Diego, CA recently. The Conference theme was “Where Business Meets Wonder” and was attended by nearly 500 Senior Move Managers from across the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom & Australia! We look forward to putting into practiceRead More

What’s Holding You Back?

We have found that sometimes the greatest impediment to beginning a project is overcoming our fears associated with the task at hand. Following is an article that may help you get over the “fear factor” and begin 2019 on a note of clarity and freedom from some of your “stuff.”Read More

As Thanksgiving Day Approaches, Our Blessings We Recall

Happy Thanksgiving! We, at Transition Tamers, are blessed beyond measure and we want to take this opportunity to thank everyone who supports us in any way! Our wish for you, this Thanksgiving season, is that your heart will be warmed with the love of family & friends and that yourRead More

Designing for Dementia

The New Face of Memory Care: Interior Design Alzheimer’s is only one of many forms of dementia affecting primarily older adults. As populations age at increasing rates, the staggering numbers of dementia patients is causing significant competition among healthcare provider companies vying for residents. “An estimated 5.5 million Americans liveRead More

The Ancient Practice of Ageism

A few years ago we had the opportunity to hear one of the industry’s leading experts on AGEISM, Ashton Applewhite, speak at a local conference. That talk started us thinking,really thinking, about how we have unknowingly & unwittingly practiced ageism. Yikes—we are in the business of working with “olders” and weRead More

Shifting the Cultural Norm

Baby Boomers are at it again . . . this time turning the housing market upside down by postponing downsizing, thereby contributing to the decline of home sales and availability for homebuyers nationwide. In turn, this has a profound effect on our move management business, as well as the businesses of many of the colleaguesRead More

Ahhhh….Sweet Summertime!

It’s that time of year many of us work for all the rest of the year—VACATION!!! We hope you have at least a short getaway planned—you deserve and need it to maintain balance in your life. Experts suggest that the key to making your trips less expensive is planning ahead.Read More

Did You Know…?

Statistics show that the incidence of economic insecurity among the elderly has decreased since the 1950’s, primarily, it is believed, due to the effects of Social Security. However, according to the National Council on Aging (NCOA), over 25 million Americans aged 60+ are  economically insecure—living at or below 250% of the federal povertyRead More