Paula's inspiration for creating Changing Places came to her as she was handling the downsizing of her parents' home with her three sisters. Her background in nursing and geriatric social work has been invaluable in her work with older adults who are overwhelmed and stressed when faced with a move from their home of many years.
Carol has always been the "go to" person in her family, whether it be for organizing, moving, or overall advice. Prior to co-founding Changing Places, she managed small businesses for over twenty years. She brings her strong people skills to working with clients and loves the arena of senior move management.
Back Row: Bonnie Sachs, Sheryl McSherry, Maria Stanton
Front Row: Lesley McMillan, Paula Meighan, Carol Lightbody, Amy van den Dijssel
Our personal and professional goal is to make a difficult transition easy. We want our clients to feel secure and at ease in their new home starting from the first night. The best compliment for us is the one we receive most often: "We couldn't have done it without you!"
More about our team:
Sheryl is detail oriented and able to juggle many balls at one time. She is diligent and
works tirelessly to make sure the clients are informed and that all expectations are met.
She has a specialty in re-sale and re-distribution of items that are no longer needed
and brings her positive energy to each job.
Maria attributes her unflappable demeanor and strong problem-solving skills to growing up with seven siblings and learning early to think on her feet and get stuff done. Her favorite part of her job is getting to know her clients and helping them through stressful situations.
Lesley is full of energy and wants all of her clients to feel like they are working alongside a friend. She loves to make them feel right at home immediately in their new homes.
Amy van den Dijssel
Amy loves working to promote the great work that her teammates do to help older adults
with their transitions. She is always pushing herself to discover the newest forms of
marketing and social media.