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Who’s Craig and why does he have a list?

Learning never stops, no matter how old we get. What you choose to learn depends on where you are at in your life, what needs or interests you might have. Finding good programs to help you learn more about them becomes first and foremost for a lifelong learner. Technology, humanities, art, history, you name it … people at Oasis centers across the country know just how important this is. So what’s the big deal about a class with a funny name? 
 
Monday, April 01, 2013/Mary Wilson| Profile/Number of views (5157)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Technology

Celebrating the connections our volunteers make

Happy National Volunteer Month!

This National Volunteer Month we express our gratitude for the astounding work done by volunteers to help people 50+ across the country adopt new technology!
Tuesday, April 15, 2014/Amy VanDeVelde| Profile/Number of views (7817)/Comments (0)/

The case for lifelong learning

... as if there needs to be one

Lifelong learning has been a regular part of my vocabulary for a long time. In reality, it starts from the time we enter the world, evolving as we grow. From learning how to feed ourselves, to how to read, to how to drive ... well, you get the picture. What are you doing to learn now?
Friday, April 18, 2014/Mary Wilson| Profile/Number of views (14189)/Comments (0)/
Categories: Lifelong learning
Changing the face of aging with Oasis

Changing the face of aging with Oasis

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.

Friday, July 12, 2019/Paul Weiss| Profile/Number of views (1148)/Comments (0)/
Celebrate the season of giving by supporting programs you know and love

Celebrate the season of giving by supporting programs you know and love

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.

Wednesday, November 15, 2017/Lyndsey Reichardt| Profile/Number of views (10066)/Comments (0)/
Thinking Outside the “Getting Old” Box

Thinking Outside the “Getting Old” Box

Ken Druck, author of Courageous Aging: Your Best Years Ever Reimagined, encourages a rethink on aging

Guest author Ken Druck is helping Oasis kick off Older Americans Month with a step-by-step process to rethink how we perceive ourselves as we age.

Tuesday, May 01, 2018/Guest Author| Profile/Number of views (7256)/Comments (0)/
Categories: HealthTop national
Giving the gift of Oasis

Giving the gift of Oasis

Upstate Oasis participant takes a generous step to share Oasis with others

By establishing an educational endowment fund, Elinor Spring-Mills is sharing Oasis with others.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018/Anne Heinrich| Profile/Number of views (4179)/Comments (0)/
Making regular gifts to Oasis is as easy as signing up for classes

Making regular gifts to Oasis is as easy as signing up for classes

There are many ways to build charitable giving to Oasis into your routine

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.

Tuesday, May 29, 2018/Anne Heinrich| Profile/Number of views (4379)/Comments (0)/
Hit hard by aging? Exploring why Facebook's latest challenge should be challenged.

Hit hard by aging? Exploring why Facebook's latest challenge should be challenged.

Facebook's latest challenge started with a negative question about aging and it went viral. That's a problem.

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.

Monday, January 14, 2019/Paul Weiss| Profile/Number of views (4342)/Comments (0)/
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