Move-In Comfort was founded in 2004 by owner Diana Masarie becoming the first Senior Move Managerment Company in the NW. Since then they have provided services for hundreds of older adults (with or without their families) both in the area, and around the country through their association with NASMM.
As a member of the National Association of Move Managers (NASMM) Diana was asked to participation the creation of NASMM's Code of Ethics for members nationwide. Since then she has been asked to address dozens of different service organizations wanting to educate their members on the services Move-In Comfort offers, as well to provide inspiration and strategies for those who are wanting to do their downsizing themselves.
Move-In Comfort’s approach to downsizing has at it’s core the belief that their clients must know that they are in charge of all their downsizing decisions, while Move-In Comfort is there to guide them through the process both physically and emotionally. Only in this way can a true collaboration be achieved which allows clients to relax, focus their attention, stay organized, and meet their goals in a reasonable and timely manner.
The Move-In Comfort team includes those whose professional backgrounds include counseling, project management, architecture, art and human services. Each member on the team has great admiration for and appreciation of those they work with, and love to see the happy (and relieved) look on faces when move-in day is complete.
Combining her professional background in project management, formal education in psychology, lifelong love of home design and relationships with her older relatives, Diana brings much of her significant life experience to this work.
Over the years her work has attracted others to work alongside her who also bring their passion and commitment, and find the work and clients both gratifying and inspiring.
After 14 years of providing this service (in all it’s variety) Diana is indebted to her many courageous clients who continue to shed more light onto this significant life transition by allowing her to walk alongside them in their journey.