CLIENT-CENTRED SPECIALIST SERVICE

We provide ‘hands-on’ help for people in their home.

Our primary goal is to improve the health, safety and well-being of our clients.

We do not condone enforced clear-outs.

We work with people who are affected by hoarding disorder and other conditions that result in extreme clutter and chronic disorganisation to make long-term sustainable change.

We embrace human diversity and respond with care and compassion to every individual that we work with.

CLUTTER & DISORGANISATION

Clutter is not always a symptom of hoarding.

People who live in cluttered and disorganised homes could be ‘chronically disorganised’ as a result of neurological differences. Alternatively, they could be ‘situationally disorganised’ as a result of a traumatic life event.

“Chronic disorganisation is the result of the bad fit between people who organise unconventionally and the very conventional organising methods which exist for them to use.”

Judith Kolberg

SELF ASSESSMENT

Is clutter affecting your life?

  • Are you concerned about what others might think of you if they knew about the clutter in your home?
  • Do you have to move things in order to complete tasks in your home?
  • Do you often buy things you already have because you don’t know where things are in your home?
  • Do you avoid inviting people into your home because of the clutter?
  • Do you have spaces in your home you can’t use the way you would like to because of clutter?
  • Has your family life suffered as a result of the clutter in your home?
  • Are you worried about the amount of clutter in your home?
  • Do you struggle to find things when you need them because of clutter?
  • Have you incurred debt you can’t really afford as a result of the clutter?
  • Do you have to be careful when walking through your home in order to avoid tripping over objects?
  • Have you neglected taking care of things that need to be done in your home because of the clutter?
  • Do you feel overwhelmed by the clutter in your home?

If you answered yes to any of these questions and you are considering making some changes, please don’t hesitate to get in touch – we’re here to help.

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