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Do you need a dynamic speaker for an upcoming meeting or gathering of your community group or civic organization?
AARP Utah now has a Speakers’ Bureau to provide trained speakers for civic groups, community organizations and others statewide.
If you and your group are looking to become better informed on the new federal health care law as well as on other issues and topics, please consider scheduling a speaker from the AARP Utah Speakers’ Bureau. In addition to presentations on the new health care law, we offer topics
such as healthy behaviors, the wise use of medications, financial literacy and security, ID theft and investment fraud. Our speakers include AARP Utah’s staff and volunteer leadership, as well as experts from the Division of Securities, Attorney General’s Office and other community organizations and agencies. Speakers are available statewide for groups of 25 people or more.
If you are interested in having an AARP Utah Speaker present to your group or organization, please call the AARP Utah office at 1-801-567-2645 to discuss.
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