AARP surveys reveal two key concerns among Utah members: keeping their brains agile and avoiding financial exploitation. Real Possibilities University, presented by AARP Utah on May 13, will address those issues and discuss how life after 50 can be filled with new possibilities.
Kevin Duff, a neuropsychologist at the University of Utah, will speak about brain fitness, memory loss and tips to stave off dementia. Keith Woodwell, director of the state Division of Securities, will discuss fraud, including ways to spot and report scams.
The free program, which includes dinner, is 5 to 7 p.m. in the Director’s Suites at the Megaplex Theaters at the District in South Jordan. Attendees will also receive a movie ticket voucher. To register, call 877-926-8300 toll-free.
Experts Will Discuss Brain Health and Fraud Prevention
By George Bridges , May 01, 2015 12:01 AM
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