Real Possibilities University Series

Posted on 02/26/21

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Beginning in April, join AARP Utah for a three month educational series, led by local experts, on topics like Wills & Estate Planning, Healthy Lifestyles, and Brain Health!

Register Today for this Free Virtual Series!

  • You must register for each session you would like to attend
  • Those who attend all three sessions will receive a free copy of Keep Sharp: Build a Better Brain at Any Age by neurosurgeon and CNN chief medical correspondent, Sanjay Gupta, MD.

Learn more about each class, which will take place the first Tuesday of each month in April, May & June.

4/6/21, Real Possibilities University Series: Wills & Trusts Planning
The coronavirus pandemic has caused people to panic and rush to plan their wills, trusts and other estate planning documents. In fact, sales of online wills and legal documents have absolutely exploded over the past year. Such panic can also cause us to make uninformed decisions against our best interests. It’s important to have your estate planning affairs in order in any stage of life. Whether you have questions about your existing plan or are in the preparation stages, this webinar will help inform you of your options and provide clarity around your most pressing issues.

Register for the On-Demand Recording:

5/4/21, Real Possibilities University Series: It's Never Too Late To Empower Your Life Presentation & Healthy Cooking Demonstration
Join us as we hear an inspiring presentation from the one and only Mary Crafts on moving from fear-based living to love-based living! Learn about Mary’s incredible journey as the founder of Culinary Crafts, Utah’s largest off-premise catering company and 21-time winner of Best of State, to her involvement in business networks, education, and non-profit organizations that have put her in the spotlight as one of Utah’s most influential women. Mary will also teach us how we can easily prepare quick, delicious, and healthy meals – from the grocery aisle to your dinner plate!

Register for the On-Demand Recording:

6/8/21, Real Possibilities University Series: Ways to Support Brain Health
Getting older can negatively affect the brain and how it functions. However, there is considerable research to show that you can make changes in your daily life to offset some of these negative effects. This presentation will review some of these lifestyle changes that can reduce one's risk of late life cognitive decline and dementia.


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