Certifications, Memberships & Advanced Training

nasmm membershipAs the only professional association in North America devoted to helping the rapidly increasing 55+ population with middle and later living transition issues, NASMM members are committed to maximizing the dignity and autonomy of older adults as they transition from one living environment to another. Founded in 2002, NASMM strives to facilitate the physical and emotional aspects of relocation for older adults by increasing industry awareness, establishing a national referral network of senior move managers, enhancing the professional competence of members, and promoting the delivery of senior move management services with compassion and integrity.
All NASMM members adhere to our Code of Ethics and are supported by an Ethics Review Panel which supports and guides their conduct and enhances the goals and values of our profession.


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The Society of Certified Senior Advisors (SCSA) is a national organization that educates professionals to work more effectively with their senior clients. Founded in 1997, SCSA teaches an integrated approach to the health, financial, and social aspects of aging. Professionals who obtain the designation as Certified Senior Advisors (CSA's) are able to integrate this knowledge into their professional practices. They've learned how incredibly gratifying it is to help seniors achieve their goals, and the seniors they've worked with have learned how important it is to work with someone who truly understands their age-related circumstances.


NACCM LogoThe purpose of NACCM is to advance the quality of care management services by assuring individual competence to perform the full range of care management tasks through a validated, standardized examination that tests the skills, knowledge, and practice ethics needed to serve consumers.
Goals include promoting and enhancing the provision of quality care management and other services delivered to the consumer; strenghening the education and training of care managers; protecting and empowering consumers of long term care management through consumer education; educating organizations, allied professions, and policy makers regarding the functions, training, credentialing and importance of care management in the long term care system.


HPNA LogoNBCHPN® is the national organization that advances quality in the provision of care to patients and families facing life-limiting illnesses through certification of health professionals.


ACHE LogoThe American College of Healthcare Executives is an international professional society of more than 40,000 healthcare executives who lead hospitals, healthcare systems and other healthcare organizations. ACHE offers its prestigious FACHE® credential, signifying board certification in healthcare management. 

Senior Moving Services

Generations Senior Moving & Transition Services helps families move their loved ones to their new homes throughout Central Texas. Located in San Antonio, we service families in any of the surrounding areas.

 Moving from a home and downsizing possessions can often be stressful on families at any age, but for seniors and their families, the thought of moving is overwhelming.

Generations Senior Moving and Transition Services can assist you and your family with your relocation process. Our company is committed to serving your family in your time of need with kindness, respect and patience, so that you and your family can help your loved one adjust more quickly to their new home, surroundings, and start to plant new roots.

Generations Senior Moving and Transition Services is much more than a moving company. We help you with all of the details of planning and making a move so that you and your family can focus your time and attention on the emotional needs of your loved one during this stressful time. 


Peggy Brown GenerationsPeggy Brown

Senior Relocation and Transition Specialist

Hello, I am Peggy Brown and I own Generations Senior Moving & Transition Services. I am a native San Antonian and have worked in healthcare in and around the San Antonio and hill country area for my entire career. I have served our community as a Hospital Administrator and Hospice Executive. Throughout my years of working with direct care givers I have always asked them to “walk in the shoes” of those they serve and to empathize with the heart-wrenching emotions, physical ailments, and tremendous stress clients and families in crisis face as they make decisions with and for their loved ones. I was led to create Generations Senior Moving and Transition Services out of my experiences with families and my desire to have a direct and positively helpful impact on the decisions families must make and the tasks they must accomplish. My hope is to ensure that the end result of moving a loved one remains a labor of love with the comfort and best interest of the senior client as our ultimate focus.

I come from a large family myself and am forever thankful that my siblings and I have generally agreed on the care and decisions relating to family members entrusted to our care. In addition, we generally “share the load” when there are duties to perform or tasks to be accomplished. I know this is not always possible with families. Two of my very best friends are only children and I worry about the burden that falls to them in caring for their aging parents. Many family care givers work, or live far away, or care for children at home, or care for and oversee multiple aging family members, or manage their parents’ finances, or fund their parents’ care, and the list goes on.

 Through my company and the special people on my team, my goal is to support these families in need by doing the “heavy-lifting” and time consuming tasks associated with moving a loved one.  As we work in a home we are able not only to perform the many tasks of sorting, organizing and packing, but we are also there to form relationships with our senior clients, to become – for a time – that extra sister, brother, daughter or son who has come to help with getting the work done. We have the time. We have the patience.  We are kind. We are here to help you and your family at a time when a little or a lot of help is just what you need.

For more information on relocation services from Generations Senior Moving and Transition Services, contact us today at 210-378-1106!