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“Planning can certainly help a senior make the transition to assisted living an easier one, particularly if the planning is done with rest of the family. One of the things that need to be given careful consideration is the seniors’ belongings, and what to do with these when the seniors have to make the move. A reliable Vancouver storage facility can be very helpful.

While they have to make the difficult decision to give up their home, either permanently or temporarily, seniors certainly do not need to be burdened with the decision to give up their belongings as well, particularly those which hold special meaning to them. Self-storage facilities, such as General Store-All, can be the repository of both smaller memorabilia and bigger objects like furniture, which seniors cannot bring with them to their new residence.”