Hoarding Clean Up
Hoarding Clean Up
Hoarding is an intricate part of our transition services as it is a complex, overwhelming effect of a persons’ mind, home, and health. It is a significant part of our transition services as it requires the most attention to detail, support and compassion for sustainable holistic solutions.
We focus on the client first not the condition of the home. We complete our Transition Needs Assessment where we meet the client in their home first. We assess the wellbeing of the client from health, nutrition, willingness to change and then the condition of the home.
Hoarding requires a thorough, detailed process that ensures optimal safety and cleanliness for all. Our end goal is to provide not just a clean organized home but instill methods that the client can use to maintain the condition of their new home.
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Types of Hoarders
A person whose environment is filled with mostly trash with no emotional value. Often times the condition of home induces insects, rodents, and mold.
An individual that hoards items such as books, magazines, newspapers and other reading materials. Many people with this condition happen to be classified as genius level. Many hold positions as professors, accountants, psychologists, and engineers.
An individual who hoards animals often times for rescue. However many become overwhelmed Caregivers and cannot provide consistent care as their hoard of aminals become too much to bear.
An individuals who purchase and/or collects mostly canned and boxed items of food. Often times the food items are expired and are harmful to humans to consume.
An individual who has good intentions to use recyclable items however they collect recycled goods in excess in fear they may need to use it one day. This results in a home filled with items that can often times be donated.
An individual who has a specified fascination with themed items. This individual often times cannot stop buying or collecting items and acts on impulse whenever the opportunity presents itself.
LifeCycle Transitions provides a suite of one-of-a-kind, proprietary, services to assist clients with neglected properties, hoarding, downsizing, and relocation – at a fraction of the cost.