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8626 Tesoro Drive, Suite 510, San Antonio, Texas 78217

Assessing
Well-Being and
Brain Health

Promoting
Dignity and
Independence

Supporting
Caregiving
Families

Wise
Stretching
of Resources

Protecting
Partners and
Significant Others

Providing
Peace of Mind
For Everyone

Elder Care in South Texas

Camille Da R.
Sage is always there with good advice! I have spoken and texted with Nancy Ortiz several times for different situations. With my Mom in the hospital for 5 months. We found out through experience that geriatric care in hospitals is not a given. Then the considerations of hospice. So nice to talk with someone who has "been there".
J. Barrett S.
Byron Cordes and the team at Sage Care Management (including Nancy, Kimberly, Marisol, and Holly) are fantastic. They have helped a great number of clients out dealing with assessments and geriatric care and caregiving services. Recommended without reservation.
Jeanie A.
A group with immense integrity and true care for their clients. I can't say enough good about Byron and the team; I'm very grateful for their guidance.
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Disclosing a dementia or MCI diagnosis

Disclosing a dementia or MCI diagnosis

Once you have come to terms with your diagnosis, it’s a big step to let others know. You can’t control their reactions, but you can help them learn more about your condition and how best to support you.

Choosing a health care agent

April 16 is National Healthcare Decisions Day. To honor the importance of advance planning, we present issues to consider when you appoint someone to make healthcare decisions for you should you become unable to voice your own wishes (a coma, dementia, under anesthesia during surgery). This person is known as your “health care agent.”