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A PROJECT OF ARC RIVERSIDE

ARC Riverside

FUNDED IN PART by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, with the U.S. Department of Justice

Riverside Conference on Abuse and Disability

This is the 10th National and 3rd International Conference on the
Abuse of Children and Adults with Disabilities,
coordinated by Nora J. Baladerian, Ph.D.

March 14-16, 2005, Riverside Convention Center, Riverside California

CAN Do! Announcement Program Schedule in Brief Call for Papers Registration Hotel

Conference Venue

Networking Luncheon

Hundreds of us gatherered for a Networking Luncheon in the excellent (and accessible) facilities of the Riverside Convention Center at the 9th conference. Reserve your hotel room now!

Hotel Reservation Form

Riverside California is a wonderful place for people to congregate and pursue a common objective. And the desert valley environment, with beautiful mountain vistas, provides an ideal escape from winter. Our March 2005 conference will be based at the Riverside Convention Center, a fully accessible facility in the heart of town.

For those who need fully accessible accommodations, at an excellent price, the Riverside Marriott, right next to the Convention Center, is the perfect choice. In 2003, it completed a $5.5 Million renovation and boasts of being a "Quality Excellence Award Winning Hotel" with reasonable rates and many conveniences.

To reserve your room: Download and fill out your Word copy of the official Riverside Convention Bureau Hotel Reservation Form now. Just fill it out, FAX it to Margo Keck at 1-951-222-4712, to reserve your room for this great event.

For those who want a taste of the historic, the choice is The Mission Inn, a barrier-free hotel with incredible architectural features that take you back to California's Spanish Mission era. No two rooms are the same, and it is less than a block from the Convention center.

The space between the Convention Center and the Mission Inn includes a pleasant car-free mall with many interesting shops and dining establishments.