This guide to senior moving options at Montgomery Place describes:
- Why moving can be a particularly stressful experience.
- How Montgomery Place moving services can alleviate stress.
- The benefits of having a moving manager.
Why We Offer Senior Living Moving Services
Unlike a nursing home, a senior living community, like Montgomery Place, allows you to live independently for as long as possible. That’s why we offer moving services – to make the transition into senior living even easier.
When you move into a Montgomery Place apartment, you may need to downsize. Our one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments are available both unfurnished and fully furnished. Either way, we can help make your transition to your new home as smooth as possible.
Montgomery Place Moving Services
Once you are ready to move into Montgomery Place, our Community Life Counselor will connect you with one of our approved moving service vendors. Our Community Life Counselor helps coordinate the logistics of your move: scheduling the date and time, reserving a freight elevator, coordinating the hand-over of the unit and orienting you to your new apartment and community.
You’ll also be introduced to one of our resident ambassadors who help welcome new residents, by inviting them to meals, and introducing them to other members of the community. Montgomery Place resident ambassadors make sure that the new residents are fully acclimated to the community, providing information about activities, committees, and events.
Our moving managers are dedicated to taking the guesswork and arduous planning out of our new residents moving experience. It is our goal to ensure that all our residents are comfortable and enjoy and thrive in the Montgomery Place senior living community.
Located on the banks of Lake Michigan on scenic South Shore Drive in Chicago, Montgomery Place is an independent and assisted senior living community dedicated to serve its residents, providing whatever services they require. Our community is located in the historic neighborhood of Hyde Park, home to the University of Chicago, the Museum of Science and Industry, several Frank Lloyd Wright designed buildings and the famed Midway, site of the 1933 World’s Fair. If you are interested in joining our vibrant and welcoming community or assisting a loved one to find such a community, contact us today.
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