We are a specialist service, working to support you through the complexities and practicalities of moving home, or adapting your current one.

Deciding how to best deal with major transitions in our lives is tough, especially if there are no family or friends nearby. It's at times like these we need practical support from experienced and knowledgeable people.


Moving can be a long and difficult process, whether you own or rent. There are so many decisions to be made and things to organise. Our aim is to give support at your pace.


Our homes often need to be changed to deal with different stages in our life. Some of these things are obvious, like replacing a bath with a shower. Other situations need a bit more thought.


Once you have made a decision to either move or adapt, you may not be aware of the options available to you, or how to go about it. We want you to use our knowledge an experience.

Who we help


Most people contact us directly, once they have been signposted to our service. Our contract is with you, the individual and we work to your remit, however large or small.


We welcome calls from concerned families and friends, who see their loved ones struggling to manage at home. We have the knowledge and experience to help.


90% of enquiries come directly or via charities, such as Age UK, GP's, or health and social care professionals. Estate Agents, Financial Advisors and Care homes have also recommended us.

About us

As an Occupational Therapist, our Director, Carole Smyth has lots of experience working with  people with disabilities in their homes, finding solutions together through equipment and adaptations to give a better quality of life. She also has come across many people who knew they needed to move but didn't have the energy and/or support to do so. Carole also has first hand experience of moving her mother into residential care and selling the family home.

Moving Together Devon CIC began in 2018 and since then has supported many people through a whole range of moving scenarios.

We are a Community Interest Company, which means that all profits remain within the company to further its social aim. On our board are two advisors who ensure the business maintains its ethos.