If you're talking about the thread title (in which case it should be in the body of the text) "elderly age" is redundant and I've never encountered it.Hi
I wonder if this collocation is correct and common? As I was searching for the answer, I saw only "old age". What about this one? Is it equally used?
"Elderly" is a politer way of describing an old person, but we don't need to fudge here: nobody's feelings are going to be hurt, since in your sentence "old age" is seen as being still in the future, and it's a general "we". "We" are assumed to be still young or in our prime.