Oasis Tutoring, St. Louis County Library giving kids a reading boost during summer months
Encouraging kids to keep reading in the summer is critical to academic success. Oasis Intergenerational Tutoring is partnering with the St. Louis County Library to make this happen.
Adults across the nation prove that getting older can be an opportunity for something new
Participants from across the Oasis network are learning new things, taking charge of their wellness and embracing opportunities to have an impact on their communities.
What this shift means for everyone
America is becoming an older nation. Does that worry you?
For a country that’s always thought of itself as young, the statistics are a shock to the system! We’re now a more-old-than-young society and with that comes the fear of scarcity, isolation, cost and conflict. What will it take to remove the barriers and bring the generations together? What’s standing in the way of closer ties between older and younger generations?
National Volunteer Month is a great time to recognize volunteers happily in for the long haul
Once Oasis tutors discover the impact they can have on a child, they are ready to come back year after year.
When she turned the Big 5-0, Elizabeth Pawloski traded in black balloons for a day of impact
By turning a milestone birthday into of day of impacting others, celebrating takes on new life.
Oasis technology classes help San Antonio veteran stay engaged and telling a vital story
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.
Oasis volunteers can help you choose the best coverage options
Medicare Open Enrollment for 2019 coverage starts October 15 and lasts through December 7. Find out what you need to know to ensure you have the coverage you need.
Finding what motivates a child to learn is a fun challenge for tutors
Scott Decker was a bright and inquisitive second grader who needed some one-on-one time with the right adult. Oasis tutor Jerry Swinehart was the man for the task.
By participating in RSVP, older adults join a dedicated corps of volunteers--Senior Corps!
Glenda Gauss was reluctant at first to try Oasis tutoring. Twelve years and 40 children later, she can't imagine not being part of the program.
Learning how to use Google Maps meant a trip back in time for one World War II veteran
Technology can be used for everyday life and experiences that are extraordinary.
National Nutrition Month is a good time to get started.
Good nutrition and regular exercise are important tools to manage or prevent chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and arthritis.
Finding out what excites a child opens a path to reading and learning
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.
Celebrate World Read Aloud Day February 1st
Oasis tutors bring old favorites to share with their students and discover some new fun reads as well.
Anthem Foundation and Oasis offer a great way to get started: Healthy Habits for Adults.
Most people associate weight loss with dieting, but for lasting results, developing healthy habits that you can actually stick with is the proven approach.
Supporting Oasis opens doors to lifelong adventure for older adults
Oasis programs provide older adults across the country opportunities to learn, stay healthy and engage with our communities. By supporting Oasis, you can help someone find a new adventure.