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Sacramento, CA - July 17-18, 2004
Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training Program is sponsored
by Families for Early Autism Treatment
Registration: Early Registration by 6/15/04 $150.00, Regular Registration by 6/30/04 $170.00, Late Registration after 6/30/04 $190.00. Registration fee includes one copy each of Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy. Refreshments will be provided during breaks and lunch will be served on both days.
12 CLE credits have been approved for this conference.
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Parking: Several parking garages near the Convention Center. Map of Convention Center area
Airport: Sacramento International Airport (SMF) is 12 miles northwest of downtown Sacramento (10-15 minutes on Interstate 5). Service from these carriers: Alaska, American, Horizon, Southwest, United, TWA, Delta, America West, Continental, Northwest and United Express.
Public Transportation: Bus service. Sacramento Regional Transit, Yolobus, El Dorado Transit (call 1-800-COMMUTE for information), Roseville Transit, and Greyhound Bus Line (800-321-2222) Taxi companies.
Accommodations: A block of 25 rooms has been reserved for this conference at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento. The cut off date on the block of rooms is July 1, 2004. These rooms will be available at a first come first serve basis. When making reservations please request the block of rooms set for the Wrightslaw FEAT conference. For reservations please call 800-325-3535. Click here for a List of other hotels in Sacramento.
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