Updated: May 6, 2019
For adults with disabilities or special needs, disorganization can be a huge problem — for both the individual and the family.
Individuals with mental health issues often exhibit the attributes of hoarding disorder.
Understanding the delicacy, privacy and pain of a hoarder’s situation is key to gaining their trust and reducing their stress during the process of change. Living Life with Dignity helps people who hoard by providing them with the tools to make decisions about their belongings and their future. We work with mental health professionals, condo associations, municipalities, and families to address the needs of those suffering with chronic disorganization and/or hoarding.
We offer the following services for clients affected by hoarding:
Assembly of customized team
Collaborative planning in coordination with your therapist or recommended mental health professional
Assistance with execution of our recommendation and collaboration
Transitions – Finding you the place that meets your needs
Often a disability will require a change in an individual’s environment. You or your loved one may be dealing with a temporary or permanent new need and the current environment may no longer suit your needs.
With over sixteen years of experience, we are skilled in working with the hoarding community, including crisis situations and eviction threats.We can assist you in either re-equipping your current environment or providing new accommodations.
Our goal is to locate the least restrictive, most beneficial option available. After all, part of quality living is a quality living environment.
Contact us for more information on help with hoarding.
Image Credit: St. Louis-based artist and photographer Carrie M. Becker created a miniature diorama of a hoarder’s house.