You will find that, much like children, moving house with elderly relatives presents you with a situation where you need to consider your priorities carefully. The fact of the matter is that both will take up a lot of attention, and whilst you need your removal to go ahead in a way that is both effective and safe, you will always need to be ensuring that your elderly relatives are safe, happy and comfortable. Every removal is different, and every situation is personal to the people involved, so the following pieces of advice are not a comprehensive list of how to deal with your specific situation, but you can use them as a basis upon which to build your plan for your removals UK. With the elderly relatives of yours in mind when you plan, you will be sure to keep them at the forefront of your moving checklist, and that will prevent the likelihood of anything going wrong when it comes to the actual removal.For a start, you need to consider the specific needs of the elderly relatives that you have. Do they have specific ailments, or disabilities that are going to impact on the removal in a specific way? For a start, wheelchair access, and transport for the disabled will be a big part of the move, if it is something that you need to deal with. You will most likely have a vehicle in place that can deal with this sort of thing, but if you are not the people that usually care for this relative, then you need think carefully about how you are going to adapt to the situation. There will be many instances throughout the removal where you will need to think carefully about the specifics of the move itself, and this can distract you from things other than the removal for long periods. If you are packing, or overseeing the move itself on the day, then who is looking after those that are under your care? Sometimes it can be better to get someone in to help out, than to try and juggle the two and risk doing a bad job on either. You will find that there are plenty of different ways in which you can do this. You can either divide the responsibility with your other half, other relatives or older children, or get in a professional. Professional care can be expensive, but if you have to dedicate a great deal of your attention to the profess, then it can be well worth it, and you will no doubt find that it makes a lot of difference in terms of how you get the job done.When you are traveling, you will find that the best way to ensure that your elderly dependents are safe and comfortable is to have two forms of transport. One member of the family will need to travel alongside or with the removals company, as they will need to get the keys and let them in to the new house. If you can, having a separate car for the rest of the family, with the children and elderly members in will ensure that they can take their time, stop for toilet breaks and to stretch their legs. This will greatly improve the comfort of longer car journeys, which can really take their toll on those who are perhaps not as mobile and flexible as others. Have essentials and supplies for the comfort of such travelers, like spare clothing, food, water, entertainment and the rest, to make sure that no one goes wanting.