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Orlando, Florida - January 21-22, 2005
The Wrightslaw Mini-Boot Camp is sponsored by the Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida.
This program will be held at:
Questions? Contact Amy Van Bergen, Executive Director, Down Syndrome Association of Central Florida, 1137 Edgewater Drive, Suite 101, Orlando, FL 32804, (407) 540-1121, (407) 540-1124 (FAX), E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Free parking will be available at the conference location.
Registration fee for a Student (copy of student ID required) $ 50, Professional $ 80., Individual $ 80., Family (2 individuals living in same household /one set of books) $125. To qualify for the Family Rate please enclose a photocopy of both drivers license. Both individuals must live in the same residence. Students are required to send a xeroxed copy of their student ID card. Registration fee includes: Wrightslaw Special Education Law book and From Emotions to Advocacy book, Snack Break on Friday, and Box Lunch on Saturday. If you need more information please feel free to call 407-823-1297. Books may not be available to walk-in registrants.
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Detailed directions are available at mapquest.com. Fill in your personal information and Hampton Inn, 12125 High Tech Ave., Orlando, FL 32817.
Orlando International Airport is located about 15 minutes away from the conference location.
rates for conferences would be negotiated for each event but would range
from approximately $75/night to $125/night. Most likely, the negotiated
rate would be at the lower end of this rate.
Restaurants nearby are listed below. (*Indicates Partner in Education)
ORLANDO, a quiet farming town in 1970, now has more visitors than any other place in the state. The reason, of course, is Walt Disney World, which, along with Universal Studios Escape, Sea World and a host of themed attractions, pulls more than 25 million people a year to a previously featureless plot of scrubland. Few people head to Orlando proper, choosing instead one of the countless motels along Hwy-192, fifteen miles south, or International Drive, five miles southwest. Despite enormous expansion over the last decade, the town itself remains free of the commercialism that surrounds it.
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