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Listen to senior downsizing experts Natalie Ahern and Lisa Patterson


Last night senior downsizing experts Natalie Ahern, founder and principal of All the Right Moves Boston, and the firm’s project manager, Lisa Patterson, were our guests on My Generation, broadcast on 95.9 WATD-FM. If you’re involved in senior relocation, downsizing and aging in place, this show is for you. Natalie and Lisa discuss how they help seniors, empty nesters, adult children of parents who need help with a transition, and realtors on Boston’s South Shore and beyond.

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Natalie_Ahern_headshot-e1472137841997Natalie Ahern has extensive experience in project management, home decorating and floor planning in homes on and around Boston’s South Shore. Whether a client is downsizing, relocating or aging in place, Natalie manages it all with calm efficiency. Her favorite part of the job is the lasting relationships she forms with her clients. “When you spend time going through a lifetime of personal belongings, you really get to know a person. It’s a gift to be able to share so many memories with my clients.” Natalie is a member of the National Association of Senior Move Managers,the leading membership organization for senior move managers.




Lisa Patterson downsized her own family home after becoming an empty nester and relocating her mom from her house to a senior residence. Lisa understands those who are beginning the process of this major life transition. To add to these life experiences, Lisa has organized older adults as they age-in-place and has also had the pleasure of being a senior companion. Lisa has attended the NASMM (National Association of Senior Move Managers) and NAPO (National Association for Productivity and Organizing) conferences. Lisa has managed the Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) South Shore Kids Ride and cycles (for 13 years!) in the adult PMC raising money for the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. Find Lisa in her spare time previewing antique auctions and organizing her own closets!