OATS Executive Director Tom Kamber and a selection of 2022 Senior Planet Sponsored Athletes spoke about how older adults are redefining what it means to be an athlete.
Un reporte revela impactantes resultados sociales en abuelitos de la Gran Manzana, muchos de ellos latinos, que se lanzan al reto de aprender computación.
The “Fly like an eagle: Measuring Transformational Social Outcome Among Seniors” report shows how the impacts and benefits technology has on older adults living in isolation.
Reporter Monica Morales visited the Senior Planet center in Chelsea for the launch of the Fly Like an Eagle report.
66-year-old competitive surfer Sally Saenger discusses what it means to be a Senior Planet Sponsored Athlete and fitness trainer in this interview with the Santa Barbara Independent.
Senior Planet in San Antonio and AARP San Antonio discuss upcoming free digital literacy classes for older adults in this interview for SA Live.
Art and Norma Menard, who teach Senior Planet classes at their local library through the Senior Planet licensing program, are featured in the article for creating meaningful change in their community.
OATS unveiled a new social media platform for older adults called Senior Planet Community. The social network’s approach is something of a return to the early days of online services, with message boards centered on topics such as gardening, fitness and photography.
The Senior Planet Book Club — a free, online group led by Senior Program Assistant Rebecca Altneu — is explored in this in-depth feature.
Senior Planet in San Antonio Trainer Pat Jasso will be honored at this year’s Texas Women’s Foundation Leadership Forum & Awards Celebration.
Senior Planet Sponsored Athlete Paul “PJ” Gammarano, Sr. spoke with the Staten Island Advance about his hockey-playing days — then and now — his battle with cancer, and inspiring a new generation of skaters.
Since 2020, Senior Planet in Montgomery has partnered with Montgomery County Department of Environmental Protection to offer unique online programming that allows older adults to explore technology that can help lower their utility bills.
As part of a $1.18 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), OATS from AARP and Senior Planet in San Antonio will help increase access to technology among San Antonio’s older adult population.
Tom Kamber, Executive Director of OATS & Senior Planet from AARP, discusses the shutdown of 3G networks and how older adults can prepare to upgrade their cell phones and communications devices.
Darryl Greer, Program Lead at Senior Planet in San Antonio, joined “Evening Break” to share how older adults can join free online classes and receive no-cost tech help.