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May 25-26, 2002 - Chicago, IL 

The theme of the 2002 International Rett Syndrome Conference is empowerment. Join Pete and Pam Wright for parent advocacy training.

View program for the 2002 International Rett Syndrome Conference.

The conference will be held at:

Westin Michigan Avenue
909 North Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611

For more information please call (800) 818-RETT, Fax (301) 856-3336 or e-mail irsa@rettsyndrome.org

Directions: For directions, go to mapquest.com, type in your address and the address of the Westin Michigan Avenue, 909 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL 60611. Driving directions and map of Chicago

Accommodations: Special conference rates are available at the Westin Michigan Avenue, 909 North Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611, (312) 943-7200; Reservations (800) 228-3000.

Parking: Parking fees at the Westin Michigan Avenue are $32.00 per day with "in and out" privileges. A special $21.00 per day has been extended to IRSA; this rate does not include "in and out" privileges.

Airport: The Westin Michigan Avenue is 18 miles from O'Hare International Airport and 13 miles from Midway Airport.

Transportation from Airport: Convenient shuttle service is available every half hour from O'Hare and Midway Airports by Continental Airport Express (800) 654-7871. The cost per person is $20.00 one way, $36.00 round trip; for two people traveling together the rate is $16.00 one way, $29.00 round trip. Another alternative is to take a taxi which costs approximately $30.00-35.00 to or from Midway and $35.00-40.00 to or from O'Hare. A less expensive alternative is to take the train loop for $1.50, get off at Washingotn Street, come up the stairs, and take a taxi to the hotel (around $6.00).

As we receive more information, this page will be updated.

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