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Manchester, NH - March 26-27, 2004
The Wrightslaw Special Education Law and Advocacy Training Boot Camp Sponsored is sponsored by: Education-A-Must
The training program will be held at:
Western Executive Court Conference Halls
For conference information, please email Dot French
Registration fees are $205.00 before January 15, 2004 and $225.00 after that. One set of books is included in the fee, the Wrightslaw: Special Education Law and Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, written by Pam and Pete Wright. A $60 value!
Download a registration form and agenda designed by Education-A-Must, Inc.
CLE's in NH and CLE's
in CT have been approved for this program.
11.75 CLE's in NY have been approved for this program.
12 hours CLE and CEU credits pending for MA, ME, VT, and NY.
Parking: There will be parking available at the conference at no charge.
Lunch: Will be included in the cost of the conference fee.
Airport: Manchester NH Airport is about 2 miles from the conference center.
To Best Western Executive Court Conference Hall from
Map Quest. Simply go to
www.mapquest.com and fill in your
personal information and Best
Western Executive Court Conference Halls, 13500
South Willow Street, Manchester, NH 03109
Accommodation: The conference organizer is getting rooms at the Best Western blocked off and offered at a special conference rate. Details will be posted soon.
Western Executive Court Inn & Conference Center is located on
20 peaceful wooded acres, the Best Western Executive Court Inn and Conference
Center is just two miles from the Manchester Airport, the gateway to
northern New England, and three miles from Interstate 93. Designed to
meet the needs of both the corporate and leisure travelers, we can assist
with meetings from 10 to 500. Enjoy lunch, dinner or Sunday brunch in
the Yard Restaurant, located adjacent to the hotel. Feel free to enjoy
our well-equipped 1,200 square foot fitness center, play in our game
room or relax and enjoy yourself on the poolside in our indoor in-ground
pool/hot tub. We are five minutes from the Mall of New Hampshire as
well as restaurants, convenience stores, banking, and only one hour
from the lakes and mountains of New Hampshire.
Below are links to area activities and attractions, profile and history,
and other recreational opportunities.
Click the link below of a list of things to do and places to visit in Manchester and the surrounding area. Includes information on galleries and museums, performing arts, points of interest and venues, entertainment, and area attractions. http://www.ci.manchester.nh.us/Leisure/artsattract.html
Click on the following link to learn more about Manchester offering a wide variety of public recreational activities on 900 acres of parks, playgrounds, swimming pools, public beach and ski area. http://www.ci.manchester.nh.us/Leisure/Recreation.html
Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities
the New Hampshire
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