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Every day, older adults across the country are enjoying a renewed sense of purpose through Oasis. They're volunteering, taking lifelong learning classes, tackling technology, staying physically fit, and connecting with others. Read their stories, featured in the 2017 Oasis Institute Annual Report.
Guest blogger Linda E. Maurice of the Lifelong Learning Institute shares observations about the importance of lifelong learning for older adults seeking purpose and companionship.
Good nutrition and regular exercise are important tools to manage or prevent chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.
With Oasis instructor Tom Henry as your guide, you can see parts of the world in a "Travels With Tom" class that we've captured on video and shared on our YouTube channel.
If you enjoy audiobooks, or would like to try them, check out the world’s largest audiobook provider—Audible.
Oasis tutor Kathleen Eicher came along at just the right time three years ago for a young girl who was struggling with reading and learning how to be a good friend.
As much as I have tried to prepare for retirement, the process is harder than I thought it would be. But it has also helped me appreciate more how at any stage, we are all seeking purpose and connection.
Most people associate weight loss with dieting, but for lasting results, developing healthy habits that you can actually stick with is the proven approach.
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