Education for Older Adults

SCOSA offers educational, socialization, and recreation programs for older adults (60 and over) that encourage vitality through physical, social, mental and spiritual engagement.

COVID-19 Precautions: SCOSA's programs are being offered in-person (masks recommended, and Stockton Health Pledge required), and/or online via Zoom. SCOSA complies with Stockton guidelines. CLICK HERE for the latest from Stockton.  The CDC (Centers for Disease Control) provides useful information for everyone. (CLICK HERE)

SCOSA programs are partially funded under Title III of the Older Americans Act of 1965, as amended, through grants from the Atlantic County Division of Intergenerational Services and the Cape May County Department of Aging And Disability Services. Each funding source requires us to collect basic demographic information from our participants.  The NJ Division of Aging Services also compels 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 deductible. 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.

Area Agencies on Aging (AAA) Celebrates 50 Years of Service

Since 1973, Area Agencies on Aging has provided a platform of services that helps older adults, and individuals with disabilities age well in their homes and communities. The agency provides support for older adults by providing meals, health and wellness programs, transportation, social engagement activities, health insurance, counseling, and other services. The USAging video (https://youtu.be/_iemam2c6tY) (takes less than two-minutes to watch), which highlights the work of the department and AAA throughout the country. More information about AAA is found at www.usaging.org.  

 


Upcoming Older Adult Education, Socialization and Recreation Events 

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

 

Tour of Poetry

January 20 - June 08

Players and Playwrights Meeting

January 20 - December 21

The Story of Us Discussion Group

February 01 - March 07

Knit & Crochet

February 05 - March 25

One Stroke Painting

February 05 - March 25

Chair Yoga

February 09 - March 29

Adult Tap Dance

February 09 - March 29

Adult Belly Dance

February 09 - March 29

Adult Ballet

February 09 - March 29

SILL: Contemporary American Short Story

March 01 - 29

SILL: Mediums & Mediumship: An Interdisciplinary Perspective

March 01 - 29

SILL: Women in the Holocaust: Rescuers and Resisters

March 05 - 26

SILL: Quilts: Storytellers of the United States

March 05 - 26

Finding Her: Our Female Ancestor- A Genealogy Center Webinar

March 05

Navigating Ethical Choices in the Care of Older Adults: An ASA Webinar

March 06

The Story of God Discussion Group

March 07 - April 11

Irish Soda Bread Basket

March 09

Danú: Traditional Music of Ireland

March 10

Poetry and Power: Bay Atlantic Symphony

March 17

Smartphone Technology

March 22

SILL: Sylvia Plath & Intimate Partner Violence

April 03 - 24

Smartphone Technology

April 03

Aging in Place: Home Safety & Fall Prevention: An ASA Webinar

April 03

5th Annual Creative Project Development Lab

April 03

SILL: Streams, Swamps and Spungs

April 05 - 26

SILL: Chemistry Through Art

April 05 - 26

SILL: The Conversation Project

April 09 - 30