Alice Abraham
Founder, Senior Move Manager

For 20 years Alice Abraham has been helping people with the downsizing or right-sizing their accumulation of belongings so they can move or easily function in place. Alice has filtered through huge piles of papers and valuables to unearth critical documents, and she gets the job done with integrity, trust and compassion. Alice is an expert helping navigate through life changing events: moves necessitated from divorce, death of spouse, sickness or injury, and estate dispersal.
During Alice’s two decades as the librarian at New England’s premiere public broadcasting company, she efficiently executed three major library moves, which required her to be hands-on and highly responsive to workflow needs. In addition, Alice created the research library for the first clinical doctorate program in Modern Psychoanalysis in the United States, which was based in Vermont.
In creating A Tempo Senior Move, Alice combines her organizational skills with her compassion for seniors to serve the growing need for assistance with planning and moving. Alice understands how to work with the combined physical, cognitive, and emotional issues of older adults.
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Christina Healy

RN, MA, Certified Psychoanalyst

As a consultant and therapist, Christina Healy has specialized for over 25 years as a psychiatric nurse clinician working with the geriatric population and their families. Christina has presented a variety of topics including "Addictions in the Elderly," "Caring for Alzheimer's Patients and Their Families", "Treatment of Psychiatric Illnesses" and "Psychotherapy with the Elderly: Listening for Late Life Adaptations to the Earlier Core Conflict". She is a board member for Senior Solutions, Council on Aging for Windham & Windsor Counties.
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David Lima

Project Manager

David Lima has over 20 years of experience as a seasoned project manager across the communication and arts industries. He has a strong background in customer service, diversity/accessibility issues and as a data specialist. He serves on three advisory boards: Brain Injury Association of RI, Neurosrestorative of RI, and SAGE/RI.
David's most recent work involved fundraising, research, and member services including planning, supporting, and managing donor events for New England’s largest public broadcasting station. He also served as co-artistic director of Providence’s Newgate Theatre where he strove to present thoughtful and challenging work that provides awareness of issues of diversity as well as entertainment.
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Naomi Arenberg 
Oral Historian

Naomi Arenberg has worked as a public radio host and reporter and as a storyteller and singer. She also brings experience as an oral historian to A Tempo Senior Move. Her oral history projects include a collection of stories for the centenary of the Radcliffe Choral Society and ongoing assistance with the Working Waterfront Festival’s collection of personal narratives of fishermen. In addition she has created audio slide shows and has extensive experience in voice-over work. Her studio is based in southeastern Massachusetts, and she enjoys bringing her recording equipment to wherever there are stories to record.
Naomi’s interest in audio recording started around the age of 10, when she received the gift of a tape recorder. A couple of years later she watched her uncle record personal recollections of family members and friends at a family wedding reception. The warmth and spontaneity that Uncle Leo captured inspired Naomi’s lifetime interest in collecting stories and memories.
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Serving Vermont and Massachusetts regions

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Jamaica, Vermont 05343