Moving Mom Monday: Housing Needs Checklist

Helping your aging parents simplify their lives?

Here are the questions to ask when planning your parents’ housing needs:

1. Do they need an apartment on a ground floor?

2. Do they need special accommodations for accessibility?

3. Do they need assistance with daily living activities? (Bathing, dressing, medications, toileting?)

4. Do they need help with meal preparation? Do they need some meals provided?

5. Do they need a place for their car(s)?

6. Will they be bringing pets to their new location?

7. Do they need a place that offers social activities?

8. Do they need housekeeping help?

9. Do they need a yard, patio or porch?

10. Do they need to be close to their current neighborhood?

11. Do they need to own?

12. Do they need to rent?

13. If buying, how much can they afford for monthly house payments?

14. If renting, how much can they afford for monthly rental payments?

15. What other factors are important to your parents when considering a move?

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DAYNA WILSON: As a Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP) , I have special knowledge about everything from reverse mortgages to the importance of universal design. I can tap into my network and put you in touch with my team of qualified home inspectors, movers, attorneys, CPAs, organizers and other experts. I have all the resources and knowledge to simplify the transaction and eliminate the anxiety of selling your home.

Call me today to talk about your real estate concerns. I’m here to listen: 925.788.6582