Virtual Presentation on Guardianship

Boone Center, Inc. (BCI) to Host Virtual Presentation on Guardianship
(St. Peters, Mo., February 6, 2024) Boone Center, Inc. (BCI)—a nonprofit dedicated to enhancing the lives of
people with disabilities—will host its next virtual Speaker Series presentation on Thursday, February 22 at 6:00
p.m. The free event, led by St. Peters attorney and disability advocate Lorna Frahm, will cover the topics of
guardianship and conservatorship.

Attendees will gain insights into the legal and practical aspects of guardianship including types (full, limited,
successor), filing, fees, summons, termination, conservatorship, and special needs trusts, with insights into court
requirements and legal standards.

“This presentation is an extension of the last speaker series we hosted in October,” said BCI Chief Program
Officer of Organizational Employment and Advocacy Katie Jones. “We hope by taking a closer look at these
topics, we will empower families to make informed decisions for their loved ones.”
The presentation is free and open to all. However, advance registration is required at

For more information about BCI, visit or contact Jones at 636-875-5279.


About Boone Center, Inc.
Founded in 1959, BCI inspires and supports people with intellectual and developmental disabilities,
challenging personal growth and development through a continuum of innovative employment opportunities.
Headquartered at 200 Trade Center Dr. W in St. Peters, Mo., BCI currently employs more than 250 adults with
disabilities under its organizational employment program and serves dozens more with employment services,
vocational training, and follow-along services under its competitive employment program and Skills Center.
For more information, call (636) 978-4300 or visit

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