Chronic Disorganization? We Can Help!
Do you know someone whose home is piled high with newspapers, magazines, clothing and other items? Do they fear running out of an item or have severe anxiety when discarding anything? They may be chronically disorganized or hoarding.
Sometimes called hoarders, people with chronic disorganization compulsively purchase, acquire and save items that have little or no value. They have trouble making decisions about throwing anything away, including: newspapers, magazines, paper and plastic bags, cardboard boxes, photographs, household supplies and clothing. They may feel overwhelmed or embarrassed by their possessions and are often suspicious of other people who touch their possessions.
Individuals who are hoarders are often a concern to their family members, friends and neighbors. In the worst cases, hoarders can be evicted from their apartments or homes due to potential safety issues.
We can help with chronic organization and hoarding situations
Cheryl Larson and her professional organizers understand the special needs of individuals with chronic disorganization. Cheryl is a member of The Institute for Challenging Disorganization and has helped with chronic disorganization situations throughout Washington DC, Maryland and Northern Virginia since 2002.
If you need help with a hoarding or chronic disorganization situation, please contact Cheryl’s Organizing Concepts.