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Build Wealth + Make A Difference In The Lives Of Seniors!

Do you want to turn a house into a money-making machine, build economic wealth AND care for seniors?

Consider the 92.6-billion-dollar senior industry! You can fill a gap in services by opening an Assisted Living Facility (ALF). And we can help!

We are "Your Assisted Living Coach". We can help you understand the senior industry and why there is a HUGE need for ALFs. We'll guide you through the entire process, step by step, to open, operate, and grow an assisted living facility OR we can do the work for you and get you opened!

Check out our COMPREHENSIVE Training program for entrepreneurs like you. You will be educated by Industry Leaders such as a:

  • Physician

  • Pharmacist

  • Realtor

  • Architect

  • Former owners of senior facilities and more

OR schedule a FREE 30 minute session with one of our Coaches to learn more.

What will you learn in this Training Program?

  • Insights and guidance on State application and licensing process

  • Diversity, Equality and Inclusion (DEI) needs in senior facilities

  • Medicare Tips from Simply HealthCare

  • Physician and Pharmacist insights

  • Financial growth opportunities in the senior industry

  • Tips on how to fill your facility

  • Staffing & Payroll insights and more

You will even learn:

  • Build out strategies from an Architect and the latest advancements in Alzheimer’s research from the Alzheimer's Association.

Yes… it’s LOADED with hours and hours of information to train & educate you.

Sign up and Start your journey today and make a difference in the lives of seniors and your own financial future!


Our Aging Puzzle:

Everyone should have the opportunity to live a long and healthy life.

Join us weekly for "Our Aging Puzzle" a new show hosted by, our CEO, Corlette Deveaux, Business Coach & Strategist. This inspiring show is about life and aging. It includes 1:1 interviews, stories, and information that will surely be inspirational to all regardless of age. There will be insights on aging, healthcare, chronic diseases and habits to live longer and live better. Like and watch on Fridays at 8 pm Our Aging Puzzle on YouTube . For the month of August, we are honored to have Vanessa Charles, a licensed psychotherapist, as our guest. She will be discussing mental illness and providing us with professional guidance on how we can recognize and address this troubling issue, particularly among youth, minorities, and men.

Yes, Mental Health Matters!

Eating, exercising, utilizing stress-reducing techniques and socializing can have a positive effect on your physical, mental and overall health.

Consider these 4 things to live longer and live better.

Proper Diet:

Eating a healthy balanced diet and staying hydrated are essential for good physical and mental health. Add more fruit and vegetables to your diet.

Regular Exercise:

Exercise isn't just good for your body, it's great for your mental health. Whatever your age, health limitations, or fitness levels, you can find ways to be more active. Even small steps can add up to more energy, less stress, and better mood.

Reduce Stress:

Doing basic mindfulness meditation involves sitting in silence and focusing on your breathing, while allowing your thoughts to come and go

without judgment.


Arrange nights out with friends or family: bowling, playing pool, miniature golf, or singing karaoke. Laughter is known to be the best medicine and it can make you feel good even after the laughter has subsided.


Senior Community News:

Research Shows That Exposure To Different Smells May Help Boost Memory!

A new study suggests that being exposed to different smells could help improve learning and memory, and that our sense of smell declines as we age, leading to a decrease in memory. The results of the study, published in the journal Frontiers in Neuroscience, showed a 226% improvement in a learning and memory test among those who slept with a strong nightly scent compared with those that diffused distilled water every night. Another study found that intensive smell therapy twice daily could help improve memory and attention in those with moderate dementia. These studies suggest that odors play an important role in learning and keeping the memory centers of your brain in good condition throughout life and perhaps prevent memory loss older in life.

Which one of these scents is your favorite— rose, orange, eucalyptus, lemon, peppermint, rosemary, or lavender?


Catch up on our recent discussion and Q&A with the Original Shark from Shark Tank, Kevin Harrington, as part of American Entrepreneur Consulting Services. Learn about the state of the senior industry and the opportunity to build wealth through ALF ownership.


Business Feed:

- Where can you find DG Incorporated -

DG Incorporated, CEO is facilitating a fun social, with seniors, in her community. #community #monthlyseniorsocials #SeniorAdvocate #Games #Volunteer. Learn more on our website

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