Tinkering and curiosity fuel lifelong adventure for this St. Louis Hall of Famer
After a career as a television broadcast engineer, Don Francois focuses his energies teaching adults embrace and use technology and helping organizations solve technology issues.
Tired of popups interrupting your web surfing? Ad blockers can help, and are easy to install.
Popups and incessant ads can slow you down as you surf.
Tutors and students from Indianapolis explore history together
By sharing a little bit of her own family story, Oasis tutor Betty Dotson gave one little girl a chance to connect the dots of history in a creative way.
As you master the art of reducing sodium in your diet, your taste buds will adjust and your heart will thank you.
Cleo Sutton is turning to Healthy Habits for Adults classes to learn more about better nutrition. He's looking out for himself, as well as friends and family.
There is a new scam that is fooling even tech-savvy users into a malicious and dangerous trap.
A new scam is fooling even experienced users into divulging their Google login info. The scam uses sophisticated techniques to trick the brain—by using an advanced URL trick. See how it works and spread the word. This trap is worse than most!
A long history of hacks have exposed Yahoo users to more than their share of privacy exposures
A long history of hacks have exposed Yahoo users to more than their share of privacy exposures. After more than a billion accounts have been compromised, is it safe to trust Yahoo in the future? Learn how to backup and save your data, then delete your Yahoo account.
Tutor coordinator Cynthia Singleton 'touches' her volunteer work every day – happily.
“Come out of yourself and do something for someone else," urges Oasis volunteer Cynthia Singleton. "We have to step up to the plate to help these children."
Healthy Habits for Adults can put you on the right track toward good-for-you choices
Participating in Healthy Habits for Adults classes led Wayne Chambers to rediscover a fun way to keep moving: riding his bike.
What's behind Oasis' new look
Oasis' new look reflects what our participants value about the opportunities they find here for personal growth and community connections.
Looking for gifts for your tech loving friends and family? Here is a big list to get you started.
Whether you’re shopping on a budget or looking to go all out, you’ll find something just right for family and friends.
Planning ahead and opting for healthier choices keeps nutrition in check throughout the year.
By changing a few eating and cooking habits, you can still enjoy the holidays in a way that's good for you.
Participants improve A1c blood sugar and other health indicators
Thousands of adults like Josie Tijerina are gaining skills, motivation and support to manage the condition and improve their health.
Partners aim to recruit one million more volunteers to help kids get a better start
Oasis tutor Martha Murphy is part of a national movement to stand up and show up for kids – Generation to Generation.
National Family Caregivers Month highlights the need to care for yourself and your loved one
Dr. Nate Berger, a longtime caregiver for his wife, Nancy, leads support groups that help other caregivers realize one key message: they don't have to it all alone.
U.S. Navy veteran Woody Woodard recognized for his service
Woody Woodard shows what can happen when older adults connect with kids. Generation to Generation will connect more caring adults with children who need support.