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.
Joan Lane and Mary Maufas appreciate what they learned together six years ago about living an healthy life.
If you find yourself not using Facebook as much as you used to, or you simply would like to take a break, there are a few options at your disposal. Before taking the plunge of deleting your account, you could just un-follow Facebook friends you don't want to talk to and unsubscribe from some groups. However, if you’ve set your mind on getting rid of Facebook once and for all, here’s what you need to do.
Oasis tutors bring old favorites to share with their students and discover some new fun reads as well.
People are increasingly turning to the internet to further their education. Oasis is exploring how to reach more people by sharing recordings of some of our classes online. See what its all about, for free!
A milestone is just a milestone, until it's yours. Guest blogger Jeanne Foster celebrates a new one and she's in good company!
Most people associate weight loss with dieting, but for lasting results, developing healthy habits that you can actually stick with is the proven approach.
Medicare is removing Social Security numbers from Medicare Cards beginning in 2018 to reduce potential for fraud.
What does being assertive have to do with falls prevention? Everything. If people know what you need, most are happy to help.
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.
Dr. Ken Druck, author of Courageous Aging: Your Best Years Ever Reimagined, shares an inspiring message about how to get started writing the next chapters in our life stories.
Oasis tutor Gerald Johnson has discovered when he meets with students, reading improves and something else happens: new friendships form.
By taking a Better Choices, Better Health-Diabetes workshop offered by Oasis at a local library, Theresa Klocker is back on track and feeling healthier than ever.
The Generations United award is the only U.S. "seal of approval" for intergenerational programs that are meeting important community needs.
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