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Small changes in our lives can often make a lasting impact and we’re connecting you to workshops to help you choose how you live as you age. Join us and the Lawrence Family Jewish Community Center for in-person conversations about brain health, fraud prevention and decluttering.
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Consumers have reported losing a record-breaking $5.8 billion to fraud in 2021—with imposter scams skyrocketing, according to a new report by the FTC.
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Observed on June 19, Juneteenth National Independence Day is a historic holiday that commemorates the end of slavery in the United States.
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Planning for your financial future starts today, and we know that can be overwhelming and daunting at times. There are competing responsibilities, like la familia, education, work, social groups and more. Having a strong financial plan will help you and your family be better prepared for the future, whether it’s saving for emergencies and retirement, reducing debt, owning a home, or starting a business. Regardless of what your short and long-term financial goals are, we can help.
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When it comes to your personal finances, are you a spender, saver, maker or grower—and how does that affect your financial planning? We’ll help you find out!
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As part of our Black History Month celebration, we met with AARP volunteers from throughout California to talk about Black wellness, how to prioritize health and health heroes.  Each week, we’ll unveil a video from our series!
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We’re celebrating Black History month from February 1 to March 1, honoring Black voices while uplifting health and wellness in the community. Join the festivities by participating in our virtual events, including a conversation about achieving optimal wellness, two exercise and stretching workshops and the first-ever Black Men’s Brain Health Conference, and much more!
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Every November, Americans turn the clock back to gain an extra hour of sleep. And although the extra shut-eye sounds dreamy, even a one-hour change in our sleep cycles can affect our sleep patterns for up to one week, according to Harvard Health Publishing.
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If a national disaster strikes tomorrow, will you be prepared? In a recent study, FEMA found that only 68% of adults have taken three or more of the basic actions to prepare for an emergency.
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