Compulsive hoarding (or pathological collecting) is a pattern of behavior that is characterized by the excessive acquisition and inability or unwillingness to discard large quantities of objects that would seemingly qualify as useless or without value.(Wikipedia)
As the general public and television viewers are watching Hoarders,a show about compulsive hoarding, we often don’t see the underlying effects of this behavior. While A&E Network offers a list of resources for those suffering this serious condition (CLICK HERE FOR HELP), what they omit is where families can find someone to safely clean up.
Our guest, Marco Micola, from Trauma Technicians will educate listeners on the aspects of hoarding that most don’t think about, especially the task of clean up and the hazards involved.
What happens in the aftermath of violent crime, meth lab discovery, or moving out a hoarder? All of these incidents require specialized cleanup of bio-hazard material, airborne pathogens, or pest infestation, something not often thought about as we read stories in the headlines. How do these messes get cleaned up and who does it?
Trauma Technicians and Marco Micola’s work in compassionately serving families who are not equipped to deal with any further trauma surrounding the death of a loved one, infectious disease, or one who is victim to hoarding or drugs.
The public often doesn’t think about the gruesome task of cleanup after a crime, but Trauma Technicians are bound to carry out their duties with the well-being of the client in mind. Highly trained and certified response teams provide professional services with compassion, integrity and discretion. Website: Trauma Technicians
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