The power of lifelong learning comes from its ability to take a person outside of their own circumstances for a time, and transport them back in time or cause them to discover something new. A robust lifelong learning program will provide seniors with a sense of wonder. We think that’s pretty important.

During this time of social isolation this idea is more important than ever.

Travel back to the turn of the century and discover the life of George Washington Carver, learn a little science, enjoys some beautiful art and even start your own seedlings!

Tips: We recommend gathering the supplies needed for each room visit. Next, discuss the reading during your room visit. This One-on-One includes a short biography, a short art appreciation piece and a hands-on science experiment that can be worked on together. The experiment can then be left with seniors to reinforce learning.