Writer Suzanne Tobin describes how technology and the Americans With Disabilities Act have shaped her “new normal.”
June is Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, and one of its goals is to bring to those families caring for loved ones with this disease greater awareness of the predicaments and situations they will face.
The 2014 Oasis Annual Report features inspiring people who know that their work in the world counts— like Hoagy Carmichael, Laura Moreno, Ava Bush and El Douglas. By participating in our national programs, they demonstrate loud and clear that they want less focus on limitations and more on opportunities.
If you have a hearing loss, the thing to do is to spend some time on yourself to find what works best for you. Lise Hamilton's advice on how to find the right technology is a helpful way to get started for you or a loved one.
Annette Guisbond started a conversation back in 2008 that was so interesting that people keep coming back to Syracuse Oasis for more. “The State of the Union” series covers timely, informative topics, featuring local experts from the media, politics and scholars.
Dr. Nate Berger has been caregiver to his wife Nancy for 28 years and like many in his position, recognizes that he can’t do it alone. Thanks to a new Caregiver Support Group in the Washington Metro Oasis, he doesn't have to.
As the world celebrates the 10th World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15th, it’s a great time to reflect on what we all can do to prevent financial exploitation.
Ava Bush helps others at Indianapolis Oasis realize that managing diabetes is just part of what they must do to be healthy. She’s learning strategies, too, thanks to a program that teaches self-management skills for people with the condition.