Education for Older Adults

COVID-19:

SCOSA's programs are being offered online via Zoom until further notice. SCOSA adheres to Stockton procedures for this evolving public health situation. CLICK HERE for the latest from Stockton.  The CDC has issued detailed guidelines for older adults and others with high risk factors. (CLICK HERE). The main CDC COVID-19 site provides useful information for everyone. (CLICK HERE)


SCOSA offers educational opportunities for older adults that encourage vitality through physical, social, mental and spirutual engagement.

SCOSA programs are partially funded under Title III of the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended, through a grant by the Atlantic County Division of Intergenerational Services. Thus, we are required to collect basic demographic information from participants and appreciate their onging  cooperation.  The NJ Division of Aging Services also compells us to inform participants about their Privacy and Non-Discrimination policies, available for review by Clicking Here.

SCOSA gladly accepts voluntary donations. Such donations are not a fee and are not required. Donations are used to develop and operate future programs. To donate directly to SCOSA please make checks payable to SCOSA and send them to: SCOSA/SOBL, Stockton University, 101 Vera King Farris Drive, Galloway, NJ 08205-9441. Please indicate if you need your donation to potentially be tax deductable. If so, we will put it into one of our Foundation funds; if not, we will deposit into a revenue account that directly supports our operating expenses.


Upcoming Older Adult Education, Socialization and Recreation Events 

* We also encourage you to visit our Stockton Institute for Lifelong Learning listing by Clicking Here.

 

Mindfulness Meditation and Guided Imagery

January 05 - 26

Diaries in Times of Crisis: Part of the Time to Tell Memoir Writing Series

January 21

Game Day: Scattergories

January 21

SoulCollage Workshop

January 22

Tapping the Source: Part of the Time to Tell Memoir Writing Series

January 23

Game Day: Boggle

January 28

Mindfulness Meditation and Guided Imagery

February 02 - 23

Beginning Writers' 14 Themes of Time to Tell Memoir Writing

February 04 - May 06

Honoring Black History Month: Using DNA in Your African American Research

February 04

SoulCollage Workshop

February 05 - 19

Basketmaking Workshop: Nesting Hearts Baskets

February 06

Breaking through the Brick Wall: 14 Steps for Re-thinking and Solving Genealogical Problems

February 11

Time to Tell Memoir Writing

February 12

Honoring Black History Month: Reclaiming Our African Roots: FamilySearch's Efforts to Preserve Oral Genealogies in Africa

February 16

ASA Webinar: COVID-19 And Its Mental Health Impact on Older People

February 18

Tapping the Source: Part of the Time to Tell Memoir Writing Series

February 20

Diaries in Times of Crisis: Part of the Time to Tell Memoir Writing Series

February 25

Greeting Card Making Workshop

February 26