Hoarding Training for Professionals working in a crowded house!

  Due to popular demand, I’m delivering another Hoarding training in March at the Hume Global Learning Centre, in Broadmeadows. Special features – catering by StrEAT (a social enterprise supporting and training at risk young people) and a… Read More

Birdcage Thursday

For the Crowded House is a partner in “Birdcage Thursday”, a play exploring hoarding, family relationships, pending evictions and the vital role professionals play. For the Crowded House was involved in the script development, funding submissions and Q… Read More

Hoarding forum “Sorting Stuff”, 29th October 2015.

This free forum is for professionals working with people affected by hoarding and/or squalor. Sorting stuff flyer

Hoarding and hiding with people affected by dementia

Hoarding or hiding things is comparatively common in people with dementia. To some extent we maintain our identity through personal belongings but in dementia the loss of judgement, increased confusion and memory loss can have marked effects –… Read More

Is it hoarding, squalor or both?

As they say, two’s company, three’s a crowd! In the April Hoarding Hub newsletter, is a practical and quick way to discover what exactly is going on!

Hoarding training in Frankston, 28th April

Working in cluttered and hoarded homes is not easy, where to start? This training provides a step-by-step process which will increase the safety and health of all residents (did you know that 1/4 of preventable fire deaths occur… Read More

Concepts of ‘home’

The February Hoarding Hub newsletter highlights a great community arts project has created over 7,000 homes depicted in a 14.5cm house.

Community information session in Sunshine, 16th Feb

As part of the Mid West Alliance, I am presenting with BreakThru and MFB at SASHS in Sunshine. From 10am til 11.30am, with morning tea. Here are the details clutter info session

Stuff matters – faciliting decision making in cluttered homes

The October Hoarding Hub newsletter uses the wisdom and experience of Lee Shuer to facilitate easier decision making in cluttered homes.