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S O L D O
Wrightslaw Special Education and Advocacy Conference
with Peter Wright, Esq. and Pamela Darr Wright
Beach, Delaware, June 14, 2006
Special Education and Advocacy Conference, a Wrightslaw
training program with
Pete Wright and
Pam Wright, is being brought to you
by The Arc of Delaware's Parent Mentor Program.
The program will be held
Olive Avenue and the Boardwalk
Rehoboth Beach, Delaware 19971
special education law and advocacy programs focus on four areas:
education law, rights and responsibilities
and measurements to measure progress & regression
to tactics & strategies for effective advocacy
programs are designed to meet the needs of parents, educators, health care
providers, advocates and attorneys who represent children with disabilities regarding
special education. The program is not disability specific.
Download the information and registration form here.
Breakfast, Pick-up Books
Re-evaluations, IEPís, No Child Left Behind, Tests, Measurements & The
||Smart IEPís, Crisis!
Emergency! Help! Advocacy Strategies, Negotiating Skills, Organizing
Childís File, Psychoeducational Evaluations, Paper Trails & Letters,
Preparing for Meetings, Survival Strategies
||Questions and Answers
Your registration includes
Wrightslaw IDEA 2004
Wrightslaw: From Emotions to Advocacy, 2nd Edition ($35.00 combined
* Couples will receive one
set of books and two lunches.
Your registration fee also includes continental breakfast and lunch.
the information and registration form here.
Mail your completed registration form to:
The Arc of Delaware
1016 Centre Rd.
Wilmington, DE 19805
Please contact Yvonne Coleman, The Arc of Delaware at (302) 378-4574 or (302)
programs often fill up early - don't miss out! Register today!
I-95 South to Exit 4A. Route 1 South to Rehoboth Beach. Follow signs into
FROM NEW YORK CITY:
New Jersey Turnpike South to Delaware Memorial Bridge (I-295) to I-95 South to
Route1 South to Rehoboth Beach. Follow signs into Rehoboth Beach.
FROM THE CHESAPEAKE BAY BRIDGE TUNNEL:
Recommended route to avoid heavy beach traffic in season: 13 North to Pocomoke
City, MD - US 113 to Millsboro, DE - SR 24 North and East to Route 1. South on
Route 1. Follow signs into Rehoboth Beach.
Alternate route when beach traffic is lighter: 13 North for Pocomoke City, MD -
US 113 to US 50. East on 50 to Ocean City, MD - at Delaware line become Route 1.
Follow signs into Rehoboth Beach.
FROM WASHINGTON DC:
US 50 East over Bay Bridge. Stay on 50 when 50/301 split. 404 East to Route 1,
then South on Route 1. Follow signs into Rehoboth Beach.
I-97 South, 50/301 east over Bay Bridge. Stay on 50 when 50/301 split. 404 East
to Route 1, then south on Route 1. Follow signs into Rehoboth Beach.
Follow signs for I-97. I-97 South, 50/301 East over Bay Bridge. Stay on 50 when
301/50 split. 404 East to Route 1, then South on Route 1. Follow signs into
ONCE IN REHOBOTH:
When you get to Rehoboth, bear left onto 1A into Rehoboth Beach. Continue
traveling straight (east) through round about on Rehoboth Avenue; eventually
Rehoboth Avenue directs you through a u-turn when you reach the boardwalk. Go
around the u-turn; then make the first right onto First Street at the first
light. Continue on First Street for three blocks, passing the intersections of
Baltimore and Maryland Avenues and make a right turn onto Olive Avenue. Continue
to the end of the street; the Boardwalk Plaza Hotel is the pink Victorian
building on your right. Welcome to our Conference!
Click here for directions from MapQuest.
of you staying overnight the cost of the room will include parking privileges
at most hotels. Parking will be metered and available along the street.
You should have no problem finding open parking at 8 am. Meters can
be filled to cover your conference stay. Please remember to bring
plenty of quarters!
Baltimore Washington International Ė approx. 121
miles from conference location
Philadelphia International Ė approx. 100 miles from conference location.
There are many wonderful restaurants to choose
from in this quaint seaside resort.
All hotels have limited availability this time of
year. When making your reservations be sure to mention our Conference. (A
limited number of rooms at reduced rates will be held until May 13.)
built the Delaware
Yellow Pages for Kids with Disabilities so people can get reliable information
Yellow Pages has many useful resources - evaluators, educational consultants,
academic tutors, support groups, grassroots organizations, advocates, attorneys
and others who help parents get services for their children.
provide a service, sign up to be listed on the Yellow
Pages for Kids with Disabilities - this is a free service from Wrightslaw.
Wrightslaw Seminars & Training