What is Oasis?
Getting Older, Growing Stronger
A pioneer in healthy aging for more than 35 years, Oasis has helped thousands of older adults across the country satisfy their curiosity, take charge of their health and discover the joy of giving back to their communities. Since 2000, more than 389,000 adults have been impacted by Oasis programs.
Oasis programs reach a broad audience in more than 250 communities through nine education centers and a national network of over 700 partners in 22 states.
Adults today are living much longer than previous generations, so how do we make the most of these extra years? Since 2018, The Oasis Institute has been engaging older adults in St. Louis, Indianapolis, and San Antonio through the Aging Mastery Program® (AMP), developed by the National Council on Aging. This 10-class program aims to help older
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Now, more than ever, having someone who cares enough to show up for a child who needs them is vitally important. Oasis tutors are doing this every day in local schools, helping to guide children who need it towards a better future for themselves. While their tangible impact can be measured in grades and achievements, their true success
Oasis promotes healthy aging through lifelong learning, active lifestyles and volunteer engagement.
In the news
Oasis programs and participants nationwide are featured regularly in the news. Check out the latest stories on our National News and Media page.
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