ST. GEORGE – AARP Utah is bringing its “Real Possibilities” University to St. George on Wednesday, Oct. 8, which will feature keynote speaker Dr. Kevin Duff of the University of Utah’s Brain Institute discussing how to keep your brain fit; distinguishing normal memory loss from possible signs of dementia, successful longevity and the brain, and recognizing changes in a loved one.
Following Dr. Duff will be a presentation on how to avoid becoming a victim of fraud from Keith Woodwell, Director of the Utah Securities Division, who will discuss financial scams and ways to protect against investment losses.
After these keynote presentations will be four different break-out sessions, all of which will be presented by local experts from St. George. They are:
- Making Your Home Fit Your Needs
- Active for Live
- Eating Healthy
- Living Trusts and Wills
Real Possibilities University is open to the public and is free, with a light meal included.
It will take place at the St. George Senior Center, 245 North 200 West, from 5-7:30 pm, with registration beginning at 4:30 p.m. To register, call toll free: 1-877-926-8300 or go to the AARP St. George event Web page linked here.