Through the sage navigation village model, we build healthy, membership-driven, grassroots villages to support and strengthen communities by empowering elders and individuals living with disabilities toward the goal of aging in place.
SageNavigator is your vehicle to identifying unmet needs and sourcing untapped resources for elders and persons living with disabilities.
SageNavigator offers 5 pillars of support for elders, family caregivers, the faith community, senior services providers, and society at-large to fully engage and access a broad range of services.
SageRights is the advocacy pillar to ignite the community to embrace Culture Change throughout the implementation of a national residents council for the advancement of human rights for elders. SageRights will focus on dispelling the myths of helplessness among older adults. Their voice is strong and powerful. It’s time for others to listen and become accountable to our Sage (wise elders) and the human capital investment of their lives (past, present, and future).
SageSolutions offer service coordination for aging in place successfully. SageSolutions Centers are planned to appear in Wal-Mart, and other elder friendly outlets.
SageTalks provide educational seminars, keynote presentations, training and broadcasts on lifelong planning for the community at-large on senior living concepts, services, and aging in place options.
SageVillages are more than a TimeBanking concept, but a proven system to match service needs and solutions of elders with service needs and solutions of others in the community creating a bridge for aging in place or where ever the individual chooses to live.
SageVentures provide comprehensive consulting services for faith-based organizations, not-for-profit, and other entities who own or operate senior living properties.
Strengthen the fabric of our community.
Serve the community and provide community members with a means to serve
Establish new relationships and meet real needs of our community members.
We recognize that each person has talents to share, and that the overall community is strengthened when neighbors help one another. For every hour that you help meet the needs of another member, you earn a time credit for the exchange. The time credit can then be redeemed for services from others, and the never-ending cycle of sharing continues.