Facebook's How Hard Did Aging Hit You? Challenge has gone viral, taking the conversation about getting older in a negative direction that misses the mark.
By turning a milestone birthday into of day of impacting others, celebrating takes on new life.
Oasis centers across the nation are thankful to the men and women who have served our country and continue to have an impact in their communities.
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Falls are not a natural part of aging.
Check out Oasis Falls Prevention resources today and do what you can to defy gravity!
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.
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.
Oasis Institute President Paul Weiss says Oasis is leading the way to shift the narrative about older adults from a population in need of service to simply people who can be empowered to serve.
Digital literacy is essential for people to access services and stay connected with family and friends.
Tom and Ann Stafford give to Oasis because they love the classes and want to ensure that tutoring thrives in their community.
Centers across the network are seeking opportunities to reach the many older adults who have yet to discover all that Oasis offers.
Research indicates that lifelong learning has a positive impact on all aspects of health, something Oasis participants already know.
From classic workouts like cardio and strength training, yoga and Aquafit, to a wide variety of dance and evidence-based movement classes, Oasis offers fun alternatives to keep moving,
Every time she registers for classes at Indianapolis Oasis, Barbara Bluiett makes a registration gift. It's an easy way to remember to keep supporting a program she loves.
By establishing an educational endowment fund, Elinor Spring-Mills is sharing Oasis with others.