What a GREAT time I have been having these past couple of days.  I have had the opportunity to work with quite a few families on organizing their homes to bring a new sense of calm and productivity.

 

On Saturday, I worked with a family who has been facing some challenges in the past couple of years.  With a son with chronic illness and some special needs, Mom has been giving her all to keep things together to keep him in school.  (Seriously–the parents I work with blow my mind sometimes with their dedication!)  Since he does a lot of school work from home, we decided to take control of their clutter so he can focus better and hopefully have more energy.

 


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Before:  The family had this GREAT entertainment armoire.  Unfortunately, it blocked all the sunlight from coming into their home!

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When your busy, clutter builds up FAST!  Even laundry can be hard to handle–especially when you don’t have a surface to fold it on!

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Whether your child has special needs or not, clutter can add to the stress that both of you experience.

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Overwhelming–yet so much potential!
Clutter and ADHD

 

The family does a lot of reading together on the couch–but clutter can distract from these special times.

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After:  Mom found this GREAT TV stand at Goodwill.  Now the light can come in and energize the family!

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The front door is welcoming, rather than draining.


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Gorgeous rug and couch–did you even notice these before?  Also, that box on the table is full of activities that Mom and son can do together.


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A welcoming family room where everyone can relax, bond, learn and enjoy the process!

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Homework space–son has a tutor come in, so this space will be less distracting for him, and hopefully he can get more out of his time with his tutor.

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What a GREAT time!  (Seriously, I LOVE doing this!)  Being able to help out a family is a true honor to me.

 

Does your child have special needs?  Have you been helped by organizing your house?  Share your thoughts in the comments!