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What it Means to be Chronically Disorganized

By | May 21st, 2013|Categories: Chronic Disorganization|Tags: , , |

My work in professional organizing extends to clients that are chronically disorganized. I am a member of the Institute for Challenging Disorganization(ICD) and this is where I get the majority of my training. The training I receive not only includes help for chronically disorganized clients, but also for clients in other areas that present challenges with disorganization. Clients that have ADD, physical disabilities, hoarding and seniors, all fall into the category of special needs clients. There are many reasons for disorganization, and from time to time all of us have experienced this feeling. As we go through the stages of life, our [...]

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Seeking Help For Loved Ones That Hoard

By | September 19th, 2011|Categories: Chronic Disorganization, Hoarding|Tags: , , , |

Do you have a loved one that has a house packed to the rafters with stuff? How about someone close to you that continually shops or even dumpster dives for more stuff? Do they have issues discarding anything, even trash? Do they make excuses for not allowing anyone to come to their home for a visit? If the answer to these questions is a resounding ‘yes’, then your loved one may have a hoard and issues with hoarding. Compulsive hoarders have 3 main characteristics: •Accumulating an excessive amount of possessions that most would perceive as having little or no value, [...]

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