|MOVING MATTERS, LLC|
|Careful, Compassionate Moves For Older Adults And Their Families|
One of the worrisome items connected with a move is thinking of those who should be advised of your change of address. To be sure you’re not omitting anyone, we are providing a comprehensive list for you. Some parties can be notified by mail and oftentimes this can be done on line or by phone. Whatever your choice is, here is a helpful list for you to consider. Have we left anyone out? Please let us know and we will add them.
Click here for your Notification Checklist.
FOR EMERGENCY CARD
Everybody has the potential to have a medical emergency and a situation where “911” is called. This emergency card can be printed out and put on your refrigerator. When complete it will contain the information that the EMTs will be asking. It’s a handy form for anyone at any age to use. Stay healthy and stay safe!
Click here for your Emergency Card.
FOR POST OFFICE CHANGE OF ADDRESS
Save a trip to the Post Office by filling out the change of address form on line.
Important: If you are moving FROM a senior community, the Post Office will not accept online changes. You may phone the change in, but there is a charge of $1.00, payable by credit card.
If you still prefer to walk the form in, you can print it out from our link, fill it out, and take it in. The Post Office will forward your mail according to your instructions.
Here is the Post Office link Change of Address