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Happy Labor Day - Transform YOUR House AND Build Wealth!

The Senior Industry is an amazing $92.6 billion opportunity! You can make a difference by opening an Assisted Living Facility (ALF) and we can help you get started!

We are here to be "Your Assisted Living Coach" and to help you learn all about the senior care industry and why there's a great need for Assisted Living Facilities (ALFs). We can walk you through the entire process of opening, running, and growing your own ALF, OR we can take care of it for you and get it up and running!


Forms, Forms, Forms - September Promotion!

Why start from scratch on your ALF forms? Whether you need an employee handbook, a resident admission packet, an emergency management plan, or policies and procedures, we've got it.


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 September, we will be discussing "Dealing with the death of a loved one. This month, our guest Latina Roggero will be discussing her experience with the passing of three of her loved ones and how she worked through the "Five Stages of Grief": Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression, and Acceptance.

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:

To ensure you get all the nutrients you need from the food you eat, try to aim for a diet rich in fruit, vegetables, quality protein, healthy fats, and low in processed, fried, and sugary foods. Don't forget to drink plenty of water.

Regular Exercise:

You don't need to have full mobility to experience the health benefits of exercise. If injury, disability, illness, or weight problems have limited your mobility, there are still plenty of ways you can use exercise to boost your mood, ease depression, relieve stress and anxiety, enhance your self- esteem, and improve your whole outlook on life.

Reduce Stress:

When it becomes hard to find your way out of the downward spiral caused by overwhelming stress and anxiety, try turning to music. Music has the ability to quickly shift our mood, affecting our subconscious mind where pesky negative thoughts feed on our fears and fuel the fires of stress.

Go and play your favorite jam!


Have some fun with kids! Playing around with them can help you understand the joy of play like never before. If you don't have young children, arrange a playdate with your grandkids, nephews, nieces, or other young relatives.


Senior Community News:

It’s September, and that means it’s Healthy Aging Month!

It’s a great time to be more mindful of your overall health. Even small changes can have a big impact, letting you feel and be your best regardless of the number of candles on your next birthday cake. When it comes to healthy aging, you and your body are a team. And you can accomplish so much more when you’re working with your body instead of against it.

Are you looking to make some healthier changes as you get older? We can't stress enough these 6 recommendations:

  1. Exercise Regularly

  2. Eat Healthy — or Healthier

  3. Prevent Falls

  4. Keep Your Mind Sharp

  5. Attend Regular Check-Ups

  6. Listen to Your Body

Did you know? The physical activity levels of older adults in the United States is low, and there are many potential barriers to physical activity.

Recently, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services released the Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans Midcourse Report: Implementation Strategies for Older Adults (Midcourse Report). The Midcourse Report is a guide to help policymakers and health professionals; health care providers; gerontologists; built environment professionals; local, state, territorial, and tribal leaders; and others working with older adults implement strategies to support physical activity among adults ages 65 years and older.

The Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans offer evidence-based advice on physical activity, fitness, and health for all of us. It's the go-to source for the federal government on these topics. Check out this other stat: Less than 15 percent of older adults meet the recommendations outlined in the Guidelines.

The Midcourse Report aims to increase physical activity levels among older Americans by highlighting effective strategies and interventions. It encourages people to start or continue physical activity at any age. How about it? Start supporting the activities in the Midcourse Report by using Move Your Way® resources, such as videos, social media messages, fact sheets, posters, and the Activity Planner, are available for older adults and health care providers in both English and Spanish.

Aging is something that we can't avoid, but it can be an amazing experience! There are so many positives that come with getting older, like increased wisdom, deeper relationships, and new experiences. Taking care of our health is important too - making small changes in our lifestyle can have a big impact on our well-being. With the right perspective, we can learn to love ourselves at any age and enjoy the journey!


Business Feed:

- Where can you find DG Incorporated -

San Francisco welcomes DG Incorporated. Our CEO had the privilege of attending “Successful Women in Business Expo” in San Francisco, CA. Our CEO had the honor of being a keynote speaker to share expertise to women entrepreneurs on developing strategies and ways to build financial wealth. Learn more on our website

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