Interview with Hoarding Specialists of Kalamazoo

  1. What is one important/interesting thing you learned from the classes?

  2. mike_n
    “Hoarding is recognized by the ADAA as mental disorder.”-Mike
    thad
    “The most important thing we took away from the classes was learning how hoarders think and what it takes to convince them to listen and trust you, so that you can work with them to help them.”-Thad

  3. Will the trained technicians train our crew?

  4. mike_n
    “We will be teaching our other team members the principles and practices we learned. They will be valuable for all of our projects, not just hoarding situations.”-Mike
    thad
    “We will be teaching everyone on our crew how to work with hoarders and help them to remove clutter and clean their homes.”-Thad

  5. How do you feel your new knowledge and skills will benefit our community?

  6. mike_n
    “We will be able to offer a compassionate and professional service to challenging hoarding situations. We will be a resource for family members and community organizations dealing with hoarding.”-Mike
    thad
    “Helping others to understand hoarding can be a big help to other organizations and family members when dealing with a hoarder. If those that interact with hoarders had a better understanding, it would make those interactions go a lot better.”-Thad

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