An illustrated children’s book that shares with us how our words have the power to open up or rapidly shut down conversations. To a senior destabilized by a loss of autonomy, a few simple words can make all the difference. Let’s speak from the heart when it comes to conversations around aging.
Seniors & Families
We take the weight off your shoulders by exploring different options and resources when you, or a loved one, faces a change in autonomy.
Our goal is to alter taboos towards aging and the big question of to Stay or Move?
We can be there every step of the way.
Stay or Move? Consultation
Often fearful and tearful, we find our way in to talk about this delicate subject many seniors put off for years.
Finding a New Address
We guide you through the pros and cons of different retirement residence options so that you move forward with confidence.
From preparing the house for the sale, to overseeing all the moving parts and set-up, to helping sell the house, we are there.
Selling your Home
We specialize in working and guiding a senior through all the steps of transitioning to new housing while we collaborate with an agent who specializes in real estate.
Professionals and Associations
We love sharing our specialized knowledge and passion of working with seniors.
How do you wish to tap into it?
Selling a seniors’ home
While a real estate agent markets and sells the property, we take care of the client throughout the whole relocation process.
We share our knowledge on aging and senior housing.
We want to help you improve the tours of your retirement community which will help convert sales.
Training: Start working with seniors
We share our passion of working with seniors to enhance your skill set of working with this specialized clientele.
Stay or Move?
This book was born from Marie-Claude’s experiences working in close proximity with seniors and families at a very delicate time in life, and her intimate knowledge of privately run retirement residences and the industry that surrounds them. She has personally visited close to 450 private facilities, mostly located in the Greater Montreal Area and some located in the United States, and Europe.