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Brain fitness and fraud prevention—top concerns in Utah—will be the focus at a Real Possibilities University in West Valley City this month.
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AARP is sponsoring a Real Possibilities University, with keynote presentations on brain fitness and fraud. These topics were among the top concerns of Utahns age 50-plus in a 2014 AARP survey.
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AARP Utah's popular Real Possibilities University will be in Cedar City on October 8 at the Hunter Conference Center on the Southern Utah University campus, featuring speakers on brain fitness and financial fraud.  Dr. Kevin Duff of the University of Utah's Brain Institute will discuss how to keep your brain sharp, recognizing signs of dementia, and recent research on memory loss and how to prevent it.  Keith Woodwell, Director of the Utah Division of Securities, will outline financial fraud, scams in Utah, and what to do if you suspect you are a fraud target.  Time will be allotted for questions from the audience for both speakers.
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AARP Utah will present its Real Possibilities University on Wednesday, May 13 at The District in South Jordan featuring speakers on brain fitness and financial fraud.  Dr. Kevin Duff of the Brain Institute at the University of Utah will discuss how staying sharp improve brain fitness and memory.  Keith Woodwell, Director of the Utah Division of Securities, will outline common scams in the state and provide tips on how to avoid becoming a fraud victim.
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Are you interested in learning how to keep your brain fit, avoid financial fraud, stay healthy, and secure your finances?  You're in luck!  AARP Utah will present its Real Possibilities University on Wednesday, May 13 at The District in South Jordan featuring speakers on brain fitness and financial fraud.  Dr. Kevin Duff of the Brain Institute at the University of Utah will discuss how staying sharp improve brain fitness and memory.  Keith Woodwell, Director of the Utah Division of Securities, will outline common scams in the state and provide tips on how to avoid becoming a fraud victim.
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AARP Utah is pleased to bring its "Real Possibilities" University to South Jordan on Wednesday, May 13.  The event will be at The District at the Megaplex Theatres from 5:00 pm--7:00 pm.
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 AARP's "Staying Sharp" presentations on brain fitness and financial fraud have always been popular around the state, but for 2014 we decided to add break-out sessions on topics that our state research showed were of particular interest to Utahns 50+.  The topics added for these additional presentations included how to stay active for life; an overview of wills and living trusts; eating healthy; how to maximize Social Security benefits, and how to make your home fit your needs.
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How would you like to be part of a live studio audience at the Salt Lake City Library on August 20?  AARP Utah is filming its popular brain fitness seminar presented by Dr. Kevin Duff of the University of Utah's Brain Center, a fascinating discussion that focuses on memory loss--what's normal and what's not--successful longevity and the brain, and recognizing changes in a loved one.  Utah Securities Division Director Keith Woodwell will discuss financial scams, investor protection, and learning who to trust in the financial world.
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Keeping your memory sharp and your brain fit are among the top concerns our members have in Utah, so we've brought Staying Sharp/Fraud Forum presentations to Utah for the past decade in locations around the state.  The "Staying Sharp" portion of the program focuses on brain fitness and brain diseases, the difference between normal and abnormal memory loss, successful longevity, and how to recognizes potential signs of dementia in a loved one.  Our Fraud Forums discuss financial scams in Utah, how to protect yourself as an investor, how to spot warning signs of fraud, and what the Utah Securities Division can do for you to help detect and avoid becoming a victim.
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