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Important Deadline Reminders

• Meals and workshops must be purchased by today, March 15.
• Special meal requirements must be received by today, March 15.
• Mobility, hearing, and vision needs should be identified by today, March 15.
• Cancellations received by today, March 15 are subject to a $20 processing fee. No refunds are available after March 15.
• Printed or electronic syllabus must be purchased by March 20, 2019.
• If you have already registered for the Conference, you can add Luncheons, Banquets, Workshops, or a printed or electronic syllabus or identify special meal or ADA needs by using your registration ID from your confirmation e-mail to modify your registration.
• All unpaid registrations must be paid prior to the March 29th deadline, either on-line or by check mailed to ABLE, P.O. Box 888, Upton, MA 01568.
Registration for all events will close at midnight on Friday. March 29th. This allows for the printing of personalized materials.
• Walk-in registration will be available on-site for Thursday-Saturday Conference attendance, whether for just one day, or all three. However, walk-ins are not guaranteed meal or syllabus availability.
• Walk-in registration is NOT available for Wednesday Pre-Conference events.


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