Nannette became part of the team in 2007. She is loyal, reliable and executes the move day plan seamlessly. She enjoys meeting and working with people. She has a special talent for making a house look like home and uses her sense of style to “wow” our clients. “Seeing our clients positive outlook for the future as they start the next chapter of their lives is a great source of inspiration for myself and our hardworking team.”
People About Nanette
What a smooth move getting us from Scottsdale, AZ to Grand Rapids, MI; including our automobile. On arrival furniture, pictures, and mirrors were put in the correct places--even linens and cutlery. All fragile items wrapped and unwrapped with TLC--no breakage. A super job. Thanks for accomplishing the move in such a very professional way.
As the point person at Porter Hills, I share how living at a community like ours can really be a positive experience. I’ve seen many people who struggled at home make great transitions into our community, and I get asked by family members each day, “When should I move my parent?” This question can get a different answer based on the individual circumstances. However, when it comes to those with memory difficulty, if it's feasible, I say, the sooner the better. If you wait too long, the transition can be that much harder all the way around. Making a move later in life is so much more than changing locations…it’s about the people, situations and family dynamics, its about being understanding and compassionate. Bringing experience, skills and compassion to this process is what Seniors Moving Smarter does best.
We highly recommend Seniors Moving Smarter services. They are knowledgeable, friendly and thorough. They are great at making things come together fast. (As in, when your head is spinning and you can't make up your mind because your family can't decide what will fit where) We enjoyed working them and can say that the experience was quite pleasant.