Move-In Coordination Services Smooth the Path to Asbury Solomons
Even if the idea of a new home, new adventures and new friendships is exciting, the actual moving process can be a challenge. But moving to Asbury Solomons is not something you go through alone.
If you keep your goal in sight, moving just comes down to the basics and can be mentally liberating,” says Residency Specialist Dawnn Hahn. “You’re starting a whole new chapter of your life. What do you want to bring to your new chapter?”
- Residency Specialists Dawnn Hahn and Katie Crane provide a list of Moving Resources that includes moving companies, storage facilities and options and an area moving specialist who will manage your move from soup to nuts if you desire. During the time between reserving a residence and moving in, they keep in touch to ensure the process is going smoothly and all questions are being answered.
- Dawnn and Katie also provide floor plans with furniture cut-outs designed to scale to help you visualize how your own furniture will fit in your new home.
- Next, Services Liaison Heather Mattingly reaches out to discuss any questions you have or services you are interested in receiving, from information about the Fitness Center’s classes and pool schedule to Asbury Solomons at Home services. Heather is an experienced resource for a variety of questions that might arise – including questions about apartment or cottage renovations, internet service or community clubs and events.
- New residents receive a visit from the wellness team, who introduce them to the numerous lifestyle opportunities and events on campus. They also receive a visit from Asbury Solomons’ Keep In Touch Committee, run by current residents, who introduce them around the community. Another part of the orientation process includes meeting with Executive Director Andrew Applegate to share your move-in experience .
“Our goal is to make sure there is always someone on the other end of the phone to provide support and answer questions,” Dawnn says. “We have so much experience in this area and can use that improve the moving process.”
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