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The National Association of Senior Move Management

and @ Home

This association began with one goal in mind - to give value to our aging adults.  This membership driven association is comprised of professionals that assist older adults and their families with the emotional and physical aspects of relocation and/or "aging in place." 

All members of the National Association of Senior Move Management must meet strict vetting requirements before approval. These requirements include:

  • Obtain general business liability insurance

  • Take and pass NASMM’s Cornerstone Courses

  • Provide NASMM with two letters of recommendation from senior clients they have moved or senior living communities with which they work

  • Provide a link to a live website highlighting their Senior Move Management Services

  • Sign and abide by the NASMM Code of Ethics and submit to oversight and guidance from the NASMM Ethics Compliance Commission


Consumers and referral sources should be confident that NASMM members represent the most qualified and capable Senior Move Managers in this growing profession.

This video was created by NASMM and can be found directly on their website at:
"Why Hire a Senior Move Manager?"
What are your options if you don't want to move?

Aging in Place

With the growing amount of seniors and life expectancy on the rise,  the need and desire for seniors to age in place has become an obvious choice. 

How a Senior Move Manager creates an "Aging in Place" Plan:

  • Organizing, sorting and downsizing

  • Customized floor plans - this includes making existing floor plan work better for you "now".

  • Arranging for the profitable disposal of unwanted items through auction, estate sale, buy-out, consignment, donation, or a combination of the above

  • Arranging shipments and storage

  • Supervise and oversight of professional home modifications for a safer environment

  • Related services, such as cleaning, waste removal and shopping for necessary organizational items

A message from NASMM


To download and print the message from NASMM @ home, click here.

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