Elder Advocacy

Most people underestimate how complicated planning for eldercare can be. We are rarely prepared for all that’s involved in taking care of aging adults. Is the house laid out for aging in place? How will chronic health issues evolve down the line? Who will take care of your aging loved one if they need extended care? 

To handle the eventualities that will arise, you need to look ahead. You need a strategy. And you need a little help.  

Sage Solutions helps you navigate the health care system, clarify your options, and understand the whole picture of eldercare. We are geriatric care experts who understand the needs of elders and their caregivers. With support from our team, you gain peace of mind and keep your own life in balance.


You want to know your loved one is safe and happy. There may be concern for risks of falling, loneliness, lack of compliance with medications, lack of socialization, and vulnerability with telephone scams. We provide a home safety check to ensure your parent or elder is safe alone at home. We explain medications to elders and caregivers so you understand the benefits, correct dosage, and side effects to watch out for. We serve as your elder’s advocate with doctors, and all care providers.

Plus, we connect you with community resources, such as in-home care providers, transportation alternatives, and day programs. We can even recommend alternative housing options. Sage Solutions understands the support—and relief—you need. Wouldn’t you like to have a clear and comprehensive plan to care for your loved one?

  • Create short- and long-term care strategies

  • Get caregiver support and education

  • Receive a home safety check with safety tips

  • Compile emergency information sheets

  • Define action steps to optimize care

  • Connect with support services

Patricia is a fabulous eldercare advocate & helped me and my family through a very challenging time last year. I would highly recommend Sage Solutions. Let Patricia calmly & expertly lead the way through the maze of healthcare issues & questions.
— Debra W. (adult child with elderly Mom)