Guardianship and Options: When a Person Turns 18

Advocate Louise Todd-Stoll instructs participants on the mechanics of guardianship

Did you know that at age 18, everyone becomes their own representative, unless guardianship is obtained through the courts?

Come to a training on “Guardianship and Options when a Person Turns 18—A two-part series”, co-sponsored by The Arc-Jefferson, Clear Creek & Gilpin Counties and the Developmental Disabilities Resource Center. This training is a panel discussion designed to teach you all about what guardianship entails and to answer your questions, such as: What alternatives are available? What are your responsibilities? What does it mean for a person with disabilities? Additionally, all guardianship paperwork, as required by law, will be provided and you will be given step-by-step instructions for completing the forms.

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