SERVICING THE AGING POPULATION OVER 20 YEARS
We envision an all-inclusive society in which individuals 50+ live, thrive, and have a quality of life supported by systems, policies, technology, infrastructure, and resources that address their continuum of life needs.
Dynamic Solutions for the Aging, LLC (DSFA) is a boutique health and human service consulting firm that focuses on Aging Development. It is headquartered in Washington, DC. The company was established in 2007 and is a minority woman-owned small business with designations as a Certified Business Enterprise (CBE), Local Business Enterprise (LBE), and Small Business Enterprise (SBE) in the District. The company also has a Federal classification as a certified Woman-Owned Small Business (WOSB). DSFA provides business development, project management, education and training, communication and media products, and general management services to local and national organizations. The company's market spaces are Housing and Community Development, Health and Human Services and Administration, and Disaster Readiness, Relief & Resilience.
DSFA is led by Dr. Katrina Polk, a subject matter expert in health and human services with over 30 years of experience in social and supportive services, aging development, community & neighborhood revitalization, and health services. Her team's background has similar years of expertise, which complements and helps optimize organizational talents. Their knowledge and skills include strategy and tactic development, research, curriculum design, marketing, public policy and administration, data outcome and evaluation, and digital constructs. Implementation of DSFA products and solutions are located in learning institutions, health care and health service organizations, communities, private organizations, nonprofits, and government agencies.
Evidence-based solutions and outcomes drive us: If there is no data or evidence to support our solutions, we don’t propose them. We help clients substantially increase their revenue while demonstrating sustainable growth through concrete measures (i.e., maximizing service performance, enhancing capacity-building efforts, generating evidence-based outcomes, and delivering services and products to scale).
The perspective of senior is relevant: We are committed to testing our concepts, products, and ideas with our senior stakeholders. We also listen to and for their perspective and find ways to seamlessly integrate their voice and perspective into our solutions.
Meaningful aging is intentional: We strategically plan for people to age in place and ensure states, cities, and communities are age-friendly and have high livability standards for seniors. A livable community is one that has affordable and appropriate housing, supportive community features and services, and adequate mobility options, which together facilitate personal independence and the engagement of residents in civic and social life.
Dignity and respect for seniors is a standard: We do not tolerate ill-treatment, disrespect, or devaluing of our key customer base. We only work with customers and businesses that commit to treating seniors with dignity and respect and creating products and services that will enhance their quality of life.
Dr. Katrina Polk
Dir. of Multimedia & Digital Platforms
Business Development Partner
Errol Shorter & Associates
Architectural Design Partner
Business Strategy Partner
Dr. Leon Caldwell
Real Estate Developer Partner