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Greater Kansas City Metro Senior Living Communities LISTING LINK PROGRAM
We've put together an affordable program that has the potential of delivering new residents to your doorstep.
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SENIOR LIVING Missouri & Kansas
We've compiled a concise, single-page--Senior Living Missouri & Kansas--featuring all independent and assisted living communities within the Greater Kansas City Metro. This easy-to-use listing page has communities organized alphabetically by State and City. In addition, each Community is identified as Independent Living (IL), Assisted Living (AL) or both.
Active listing links allow immediate access to the Community's homepage where more information can be obtained. The Listing Link Program is very affordable at just $20.00 per month* (prorated through the end of 2023 with yearly contract renewals on December 31st).
For more information or to participate in the program, please email: info@DownsizingSimplified.com or phone at: (816) 358.6338.
*Convenient electronic invoicing and payments accepted.
Independent Senior Living Communities
Our Downsizing Seminars are extremely AFFORDABLE and reach your potential
new residents in ways you can't.
Most people who may be considering downsizing don't typically wake up one morning and begin sorting and packing their households. Downsizing involves a series of important decisions and steps that eventually lead to living a simpler, less complicated life.
Many times, those with a true interest in downsizing can toss the idea around for months and even years before actually making up their mind and taking action steps to move forward.
Our seminars are presented in an engaging and informative manor. Here are some of the topics discussed:
Stuff--the excess of life. Identifying and eliminating the unimportant.
What are some of the roadblocks to successful downsizing?
How long does it take to downsize?
What are the steps involved in downsizing and what is the hardest part of the process?
What is a task timeline--what, how, when?
How do you avoid becoming overwhelmed and giving up?
How do you overcome the fear of getting rid of too much?
Can I begin the process steps even if I don't plan to move right away? Remember, not everyone who downsizes, moves.
How do I get rid of the things I no longer want?
For Senior Living Communities--
We are currently booking 2023 downsizing seminars.
If you would like to know more about our seminars and how they may benefit your community, please reach out to us through the Contact Us page, via email info@DownsizingSimplified.com or by phone at (816) 358-6338 for more information.
For communities located outside the Greater Kansas City Metro, we can bring the seminar to you! Contact us for more information.
If you are interested in attending one of our downsizing seminars, we'd love to hear from you. Please contact us through the Contact Us page or via email at: info@DownsizingSimplified.com. Let us know where you live (City/State only) and why you feel a seminar on downsizing would be beneficial to you.
Also, would you prefer attending an in-person seminar or a virtual seminar via Zoom?
Let's Learn New Things!
If you've been looking for classes you can take online, check out Senior Planet. There's a large variety of topics from art classes to book clubs, to exercise classes to learning how to produce YouTube videos, sign up and discover new things at Senior Planet.
WE LOVE PODCASTS!
Finding, enjoying, and following an interesting and well-produced podcast is an effort worth pursuing. If you're new to the podcast world, we encourage you to explore the exciting options available for your listening pleasure. If you're an avid podcast listener, we'd love to hear about the ones you enjoy. Send us a link and we'll check it out. Here are just a few podcasts we'd like to share with you!
An unexpected adventure into corners of the health and science world with host Maiken Scott. Informative. Interesting. A must listen to. WHYY's health, science and innovation program. New episodes every Friday at 9 a.m.
Find The Pulse wherever you listen to podcasts.
The History Chicks Podcast
Hosts Beckett Graham and Susan Vollenweider explore and present the lives of women throughout history. Engaging. Enlightening. Entertaining. Don't miss this one! Available on Wondery or http://thehistorychicks.com/
Legends of the Old West
"This show covers the toughest lawmen, the wildest outlaws, and the deadliest towns--all the people and events that shaped the American West." Available wherever you get your podcasts or https://blackbarrelmedia.com/legends-of-the-old-west/
Body Stuff with Dr. Jen Gunter
Dr. Gunter tells it like it is but in a very entertaining way. She covers everything "body"...highly recommended.
Available wherever you get your podcasts or https://www.ted.com/podcasts/body-stuff-with-dr-jen-gunter
This American Life
One of my longtime favorites! Hosted by Ira Glass, this weekly show spotlights the many facets of American life. One theme per show and usually divided into 4 story segments on the topic. https://www.thisamericanlife.org/
Stuff You Should Know
Interesting stuff we all should know! Hosted by Josh Clark and Chuck Bryant, this podcast has been around since 2008. Check out the episodes on Stitcher or wherever you get your podcast https://www.stitcher.com/show/stuff-you-should-know
The Bowery Boys
Always entertaining, this podcast hosted by Greg Young and Tom Meyers explores the history of New York City. There are over 370 episodes and every time I listen, I learn.
If you're a Senior thinking about downsizing or maybe currently working your way through the process, or have recently completed a move, we'd love to hear about your experience. The good, the not-so-good and maybe even the terrible--what experiences can you share that might make the journey a little smoother for others?
Can you share your experience on any of these topics?
Did you allow enough time for the downsizing process?
Was procrastination an issue? If so, how and why?
What part of the process did you find yourself getting stuck on?
Did you make a To-Do list and follow it?
What was the motivating factor(s) in your decision to downsize?
Did you have difficulty finding a new home environment?
Are you happy about making the move?
If you had to do it over again, would you?
There are so many more questions that deal with the process steps of downsizing. If we didn't list one that you would like to share your thoughts on, please do so.
You can use the CONTACT US page on the website or send an email: info@DownsizingSimplified.com.
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