white capri running tights The Essential Things — Move managers help the aging trim down a life’s possessions
Here is an excerpt from the Peninsula presan of this article from Laura Green.Read the complete story in the Peninsula Media.Jane beddock is one of the seniors who Cindy Hoffen has helped transition from home to assisted living facilities.(Photo: Laura Green/Peninsula Press) early on a Sunday afternoon on the 5 th, Cindy Hoffen stood near the front desk of an upscale assisted living facility in Palo Alto.Her left ear is wearing Bluetooth, her eyes are staring at the glass door, waiting for a new customer named Susan Sheller.Women in flowing red shirts and white capri pants strode towards the entrance."I bet that's her," said Hoffen ."."She looks under a lot of pressure.She led Sheller along the corridor with ease.This is the second visit of Hoffen in a week."Home of future residents.Welcome!Scheel's father will move into a sign outside the room that says.Inside, a maintenance worker wiped the paint on the wall.Hofen continued to chat while measuring, and then knelt down to outline a basic plan on a blank sheet of paper.Scheel's father, Robert, is moving from his apartment a few blocks away.Scheel and Hofen arrived at his building before three o'clock P.M.m.The pile of newspapers outside gave people a feeling of being abandoned, but he was felt everywhere.It's easy to imagine that when he makes a call to Susan, he pushes the pedal on the fitness bike in front of the TV, or stares at the oversized button on the phone.There are books about history and books about death on his bookshelf.