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SOLD OUT - Jefferson City, Missouri - February 17, 2004

This program is sponsored by MPACT and will be held at the

Harry S. Truman Building
301 West High St., Room 590
Jefferson City, Missouri 65102
Phone: (573) 751-1034 Fax: (573) 526-9828

For more information, please contact:

Call: (800) 743-7634
E-mail: mpact@ptimpact.com

Registration Fees: One Parent $65, Both Parents $95 (one set of books), School Personnel, Therapist, Service Provider, Other Agency Professionals $95, Attorney (CLEs Provided) $120, Parent & Professional attending together (two sets of books) $130.00.

7.2 CLE Credits have been approved for this program.

Please download and distribute the registration form designed by MPACT

and the conference brochure designed by MPACT

The registration fee includes two books - Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy by Pam and Pete Wright (value: $59.90).

Lunch will be on your own. Below is a list of nearby restaurants.

Madison's - 216 Madison 573-634-2988 - 3 blocks
Capitol City Steak House 127 East High - 573-893-3888 2 blocks
China Garden 211 East High-573-634-4716 - 2 to 3 blocks east
Arris Pizza (also Greek Food, has Buffet) 115 West High 573-635-9225- 1 block away
Subway 114 East High -573-634-3264
Coffee House Café 200 Madison-573-638-5531 -next to Madison's
Also a variety of fast food restaurants are available along Missouri Blvd.

Jefferson City Airport is 5 miles from the Truman Building , 500 Airport Rd. 573-636-5118, for more information

Accommodations listed below have been booked at special rates.

The Ramada Inn $58 per night call (573) 635-7177 -1510
Best Western for $55 per night call (573) 635-4175 -1937

Detailed directions from Map Quest. Simply go to www.mapquest.com and fill in your personal information and Harry S. Truman Building, 301 West High St., Room 590, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102.

Parking will be available in close proximity of Truman Building-Walking Distance. A Shuttle Lot is located on Industrial - Off Hwy 50, one block off of Dix across from "US Rents It" next to MVE corrections has a shuttle bus to Truman Building. A parking garage is at 200 Madison, it is three blocks from the Truman Building .50¢ an hour for the first 2 hours 1.00 an hour for each hour after that with a $6 maximum for the day.

Attractions in Missouri can be found at the "Missouri Where the Rivers Run" website. Whether you are planning a family getaway or a solo adventure, Missouri has great vacation opportunities for you. From the Great Plains to the Ozark Mountains, there's so much to discover about Missouri! Missouri's people are about as different as the landscape — jazz-and-blues legends from Kansas City to old-time country fiddlers in the hollers. Missouri is rich in history and culture. American Indian warriors, such as the Osage and Missouri, and famous pioneers, such as Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, were drawn to the vast waterways of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers and the abundant land and wildlife. The thriving city life found in Kansas City and St. Louis, as well as the quiet beauty of limestone bluffs and winding rivers, make Missouri a great place to explore even today.

If you are ready for an adventure, it's time to explore Missouri, Where the Rivers Run!

Visit Missouri Tourism for more information about things to do in Missouri.

Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities

We built the Missouri Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities so people can get reliable information and support. The state Yellow Pages has many helpful resources - evaluators, educational consultants, academic tutors, support groups, grassroots organizations, advocates, attorneys and others who help parents get services for their children.

If you provide a service, sign up to be listed on the Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities - this is a free service from Wrightslaw.

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