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Transition Support for Peace of Mind

Helping Individuals and Families Declutter, Downsize, and Transition with Care

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Organized Home
Well Organized Closet

Are you wanting to simplify and organize your home, but don't know where to begin?

Aging in Place
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Are you senior citizen wanting to stay in your home, but need help organizing to make it safer and easier to manage?

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Are you a senior considering downsizing & moving to a smaller home or retirement community but feel overwhelmed by too much "stuff" to sort through?  

Helping Elders Transition
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Are you feeling the stress and strain of having to juggle all of your responsibilities while also trying to manage the transition to senior living for a loved one?

Estate Cleanout
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Are you dealing with the enormous task of cleaning out a relative’s home and don't know how you are going to get everything done?

Planning Ahead
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Are you looking for support in planning ahead and making senior transitions easier for yourself and your family?

Then you are in the right place! 

Next Chapter Support understands the complexity of transitions for individuals and families members as well. We are here to support individuals and families through each phase of the transition journey with respect, patience, gentle guidance, and care. 

"To truly cherish the things that are important to you,

you must first discard those that have outlived their purpose."


- Marie Kondo, The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

Downsizing as a senior is a journey that is often as much about sorting through a lifetime's worth of memories as it is about possessions. It entails not only managing the physical "stuff" that has accumulated over time but also the history and emotions that go along with them. Items that may seem dispensible to some can hold tremendous sentimental value for others, making it challenging to part with cherished belongings.


The prospect of tackling everything on your own can seem overwhelming, but with the right support, it doesn't have to be.  

“Do not ever imagine that anyone will wish—or be able—to schedule

time off to take care of what you didn’t bother to take care of yourself.

No matter how much they love you, don’t leave this burden to them.

- Margareta Magnusson,

The Gentle Art of Swedish Death Cleaning

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