Oasis is a national education organization that promotes healthy aging through lifelong learning, active lifestyles, and volunteer engagement. In addition to stimulating programs in the arts, humanities, health and technology, Oasis provides a variety of volunteer opportunities for older adults. For more information, visit oasisnet.org.
Led by experienced healthcare professionals, “Stroke Survivorship” incorporates evidence-based approaches, practical strategies, and interactive discussions to empower participants to regain their independence, enhance their quality of life, and foster resilience in the face of adversity.
“We understand that stroke recovery goes beyond medical treatment, and it’s crucial to address the holistic needs of stroke survivors and their caregivers,” said Juliet Simone, MPH, MBA, Chief Program Officer at Oasis Institute. “Through ‘Stroke Survivorship,’ we provide a supportive and empowering environment where participants can learn, share, and connect with others who have gone through similar experiences.”
“Stroke Survivorship” is open to recent stroke survivors and their caregivers. The program will be held every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to noon, from July 6 to September 22, 2023, at the Richmond Heights Library at 8001 Dale Avenue. Registration is now open, and interested participants can sign up by visiting the Oasis website or by calling 314-862-4859 ext. 24.