Bluestone aims to minimise stress when residents move


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A former barrister has set-up a business specialising in “move-management” and its founder, Cheg Abraham, believes his firm Bluestone can be of particular assistance when elderly people have to move from their own home into residential care. “It can be a stressful time for the whole family,” Mr Abraham said. “There may be emotional undercurrents of guilt, resentment and suspicion, and this is often before the stress of the move itself. The result can be that the people involved are on-edge and ready to take their frustrations out on whoever is in the firing line; more often than not it seems to be those representing residential homes who take the brunt of the attack.” Mr Abraham said Bluestone¹s only mandate was to do what¹s required to make the moving process less stressful. “For clients requiring assistance to find a residential home we will investigate all the options available,” he said. “We will then make sure that all the moving procedures go smoothly. We organise the sale of our client¹s property, c





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