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A Good Orderly Direction

262 SW 58th Ave
Plantation, FL 33317-3550
(954) 610-7506
Services Offered:
Transportation, Home Care, Relocation Manager
A Good Orderly Direction serves Palm Beach County, FL, Broward County, FL, Miamidade County, FL
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    About My Business
    We assist seniors and their families with the transition to assisted or independent living with not only the physical aspects of a move but with the emotional side of moving from a comfort zone to a new environment. We are trained to assist clients with dementia, aphasia and hearing loss.

    Do your movers provide downsizing, estate sales, picture hanging, donations, measuring the furniture to see what will fit in the new location?

    We take the time to understand our client's needs but we do it with love and compassion. It's a big move and we want to make it as smooth and as worry free as possible. We have many resources within our reach to take away the enormous task of moving from a home of 20+ years with a lifetime of accumulated "stuff" to a smaller environment and a more carefree way of life.

    Let us provide you with A Good Orderly Direction!
    About My Services
    Our Services include…
    Photographing current home to preserve memories
    Sorting - Keep, pass or toss
    Preparation of a household inventory
    Removal of packing materials
    Shipping items to loved ones
    Furniture layout plans
    Estate sales
    Ready home for resale (i.e., painting, re-carpeting or remodeling resources)
    Moving services
    Cleanup after the move
    Setting up new household
    Experience And Credentials
    A Good Orderly Direction is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers (NASMM)and the National Association of Personal Organizers (NAPO). We adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and Professional Standards set by our industry.

    In addition, we have been through a rigorous course of training and testing to develop skills necessary to assist clients with Hearing Loss and Aphasia, Dementia and Alzheimer’s as well as Chronic Disorganization and Hoarding.
    Fees And Payment Sources Accepted
    We are private pay by cash or check only.
    Languages Spoken by Staff
    Hours of Service
    Our hours of operation are:
    Monday - Friday (8:00 - 6:00)
    Saturday (9:00 - 5:00)
    Sundays (on-call)
    US Federal EIN
    Issued by U.S. Internal Revenue Service
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