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Charlotte, NC - September 26, 2003
Wrightslaw Training Sponsored by: Solutions of Hickory and Co-Sponsored by: Northwest Area Health Education Center in partnership with the Wake Forest University Health Sciences and a part of the North Carolina Area Health Education Centers Program.
Click here to learn more about Wrightslaw Training & Conferences.
The seminar will be held in:
Registration Fees: Parent $140.00 per attendee, Professional $160.00 per attendee. The registration fee includes the two books - Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, written by Pam and Pete Wright.
This program has been approved for
Parking will be available for $15.00 per day, or $16.00 for valet parking per day. Alternate lots are available within a block radius for $5.00 a day.
Note: Attendees coming from out of town should consider Charlotte rush hour traffic in allotting time for travel.
Charlotte/Douglas International Airport is located at 5501 Josh Birmingham Parkway, Charlotte, NC 28208, (704) 359-4910
Lunch is not included and you will be "on your own". The Charlotte Hilton and Towers hotel has a buffet lunch. Below is a list of restaurants nearby.
Detailed directions from Map Quest. Simply go to www.mapquest.com and fill in your personal information and Charlotte Hilton and Towers, 222 East Third Street, Charlotte, NC 28202. Below is a detailed list of driving directions.
North from Columbia
South from Mooresville & Statesville
South from Greensboro/Raleigh
North from Atlanta
West from Matthews
East from Gastonia
Charlotte Douglas Airport
The Charlotte Hilton and
Towers (conference location) will be offering a special rate
of $109.00 with the mention of Wrightslaw Symposium. See below for other
places you can stay.
Attractions With an Accent on Attractions - Charlotte, NC's goal is your satisfaction! At the newly expanded Levine Museum of the New South (pictured), follow the journey from our humble beginnings through change, struggle and progress - to the world-class business center Charlotte has become today.
Step into the past at Charlotte Museum of History or Historic Latta Plantation. For exuberant fun, visit Discovery Place, one of the nation's top hands-on science museums with Planetarium and Omnimax Theatre. Through the summer, The Mint Museum of Art is hosting "On the Surface: Late 19th Century Decorative Arts," featuring inlaid and carved furniture, cut and pressed glass, hand-decorated ceramics, wallpapers and textiles.
At the Charlotte Historic Trolley Museum, see photos and exhibits, then take a trolley ride. Visit Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, 110 acres with themed gardens, fountains and trails, and at Ribbon Walk, a 137-acre botanical forest and environmental education center.
For information on all of our fantastic area attractions, give our Visitor Information Specialists a call at 1-800-231-4636...they'll be happy to help you!
For details on what to do, places to dine, places to shop, places to see and much more about Charlotte, NC visit the Charlotte Convention & Visitors Bureau website.
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