HOW I CAN HELP
How I Can help
Three hours is a good block of time to see progress. These sessions can be modified according to your stamina or needs. So someone with some medical issues may only tolerate two hours. If you are clearing the spare bedroom for guests then maybe we need to do morning and afternoon until completion of the job.
I generally carry with me all the equipment required for an on the spot evaluation and service. If you are clear on what you require and we both agree on the steps to take, then work can begin immediately. These sessions are invoiced and paid upon conclusion of the service.
Sessions can be scheduled back-to-back for an urgent task or as regular weekly or monthly assistance.
Team Leading Sessions
You may require my assistance over a full day or weekend to team lead a family or friends declutter.
It might be somewhere like the garage or packing up for a move. This includes a plan of action and if you wish, organising and coordinating other services such as rubbish removal, cleaning or removalists.
Overwhelmed by paper? Sessions can be organised that are specific to documents and memorabilia. I can sort all that paperwork into 7 major categories and will then help you prioritise their management.
A further and more refined documentation management plan may be negotiated and contracted on an individual basis. This may involve permission to contact family members and significant others, the relevant solicitors and accountants to verify search requirements or document significance, and digital storage.
A Consultation with a Written Plan on how to Manage your Situation
Sometimes you have the manpower but are unsure about the best way to proceed and how to source other services. Talk to me so that you can clarify the best way forward or let me write the plan.
Do you have complex medical, psychological or mental health issues? Are you an organisation or facility that assists people with these needs but your staff do not have the skill set to manage, or the man-hours available to assist clients or residents who struggle to manage their personal possessions? Let’s talk.
You can be involved in the physical process of decluttering as much or as little as you want, but it is important that you are fully involved in the decision-making.