Organizing can be emotional. It’s very personal, so you should feel comfortable with your organizer. I invite you to learn more about me:
I have a degree in Human Development, with a concentration in Gerontology. I worked for over 15 years for the state of Massachusetts and private agencies authorizing services to keep senior adults living safely in their own homes. Working with frail elders and their families in stressful situations and in times of crisis taught me patience and to be non-judgmental, accepting someone to be who they are, without blame or embarrassment. For the past 12 years, I've worked in many homes and businesses as an organizer and personal assistant. Both of these roles require high levels of diplomacy and discretion. Everyone has their strengths: being organized is mine. I know how to break down a task that seems complicated or overwhelming, always knowing where to start first.