Professional home organizers assist with many areas of organization including residences, businesses, time management, paper management, chronic disorganization, space planning, filing, wardrobes, closet systems, event planning, errands, personal shopping, financial management, packing and moving and many more areas.
Professional home organizers may also be very specific in the types of organizing they offer or they may be general and offer a wide array of organizing services. Some professional organizers work with specific populations such as seniors, children, students, legal/medical offices, and the chronically disorganized.
However, most home organizers specialize in one or more areas. Most organizers do not do cleaning or clerical work. If either of these is your primary need, you'll be better off hiring a cleaning service or a secretary.
Once you contact a professional organizer, he or she will do an initial consultation in person or over the phone to assess your needs and give you a time and money estimate for your project. Some organizers do this consultation for free; others charge. They should tell you up front.
Depending upon project size, the organizer may provide you with a verbal or written plan for the project, and develop a schedule for project completion.
Professional organizers or consultants provide a wide variety of services, including:
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An organizing project requires participation from the professional organizer and from the client.
The organizer will:
The client will need to: