9810 Bluegrass Parkway, Louisville, KY 40299, USA
  • Kosair Charities East Campus (Ages 3-11)
    9810 Bluegrass Parkway
    Louisville, KY 40299
  • MidCity Campus
    (Ages 12-21)
    1250 Bardstown Road, Suite 15
    Louisville, Kentucky 40204

Bluegrass Center for Autism (BCA) is a non-profit (501c3) organization which provides individualized 1:1 ratio programming for children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Louisville, Kentucky area. BCA’s unparalleled approach to therapy focuses on developing the learning tools and skills that children and young adults need by the time they reach adulthood.

3418 Frankfort Ave Suite 140 Louisville, KY 40207

Together, we can bring your life into focus so you can start living the life of your dreams with clarity and strength. It is time to shine your light and become the best YOU you can be! The world needs your specific contribution. Change your focus, change your life!

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Nonprofit dedicated to providing education and support to parents of Chronically and Critically ill children. They will meet with parents one-on-one to answer questions, support them spiritually and emotionally, point them to financial resources and help them organize to manage their child’s healthcare.

In addition to their online resource, Critically Loved partners with pediatricians offices, specialized charities and children’s hospitals to distribute a “Getting Started” binder at the onset of a child’s diagnosis. The binder becomes the child’s Medical Binder to organize their healthcare. It also contains information parents need to get started and templates of forms.

Louisville, KY, USA

ecotech, LLC is a leading provider of roll-off, commercial, residential, and recycling collection, processing and disposal for the solid waste industry. We service the greater Louisville and surrounding counties plus southeastern Indiana.

With decades of experience, we have the skills, resources, and flexibility to provide comprehensive solid waste management services to meet the needs of virtually any commercial, roll-off, or residential customer. Our team will work with you to determine the most efficient, cost effective, and innovative solution for your solid waste and recycling needs.

As the largest area privately held, locally owned and operated company, our associates and family members live and work in the kentuckiana area. We are actively involved in our community, neighborhoods, schools, and churches. Our 10,000 trees program has allowed us to plant thousands of trees in virtually all communities and counties in our market area. A partnership with ecotech will create a relationship that will secure your companies present and future waste and recycling needs.

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815 West Market Street, Louisville, KY, USA

KNBA provides services in architecture, master planning, interiors and urban planning. A major portion of the firm’s work includes primary and secondary school facilities, offices and commercial structures, all of which require extensive experience in project evaluation and cost evaluation. KNBA is an acknowledged expert in the preservation of historical structures, with over 70 preservation and restoration projects completed.

The partners at KNBA strongly believe that the key to the success of any project is close cooperation between the client and the architect during the infancy of a project. Fully defining and understanding the clients’ needs and desires provides us with the information necessary to focus, and ultimately shape the direction the project must take. The organizational structure of the firm is designed to ensure the firm meets the standards of quality to which it is devoted.

    815 West Market Street, Suite 502
    Louisville, KY 40202
    t: 502.582.2500
    f: 844.891.3844
    310 Old Vine Street #101
    Lexington, KY 40507
    t: 859.721.2503
    f: 844.891.3844
707 West Main Street, Louisville, KY, USA

The Leadership Louisville Center is a nationally-recognized resource for individuals and organizations who strive to go beyond being individually successful to being truly significant. We are the region’s hub for talent development, relationship building, and community engagement.

1974 A Douglass Blvd Louisville, KY 40205

The mission of the Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) is to preserve the unique community character of the Metro Louisville area by promoting locally-owned, independent businesses and to educate citizens on the value of purchasing locally.

401 West Main Street, Louisville, Kentucky 40202, USA


Yes, Bourbon is a spirit that comes in a glass, but it’s also a spirit that defines our culture and compassion, our arts and parks, our creative energy. It’s this same spirit that continued and created Louisville itself – a city that combines heritage with innovation, authenticity with originality, quirkiness with friendliness in a way that’s completely unique to our region.


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Colonel Sanders Exhibit

Learn the story of Kentucky’s most famous icon – Colonel Harland Sanders (founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken) – at this mini-attraction.

Transit Authority of River City (TARC) “Day Tripper” Pass

Transit Authority of River City (TARC) “Day Tripper” Passes available. The “Day Tripper” pass allows unlimited trips during any one-day period on the city’s bus system, TARC. You can also catch a ride on the free ZeroBus, which has a North-to-South route along Fourth Street and a East-to-West route from Market to Main streets.


Mudd White Partners (MWP) is the vision of Bernie Mudd-White, President. She combines her passion for marketing and graphic design with a commitment to empower and support individuals with business ideas or existing businesses but no clear path to OPPORTUNITY.

Bernie has always valued a team approach throughout her career working in the communications and marketing departments of national and international organizations. Likewise, MWP takes a hands-on approach to work directly with YOU to partner with YOU and your existing support team (i.e., business and life partners, advisors, families, guardians, DSPs, mentors, teachers, interpreters, etc.) to develop YOUR business. We welcome entrepreneurs with disabilities who have encountered challenges when starting or growing a business.


Lexington, KY, USA

Reason for My Autism Tribe becoming an Autism Friendly Business:

ADVOCACY – We want everyone to know that we support everyone from all walks of life, disability or not. It’s important that we let the community as a whole that we are making our voices stronger through advocating for those on the spectrum. Our “tribe” consists of advocates both on and off the spectrum. This is truly the best way to educate society on the many strengths of individuals with autism spectrum disorder.



Louisville, KY, USA

I’m a parent of a 17-year-old daughter whom received a late diagnosis of Autism at the age of 10. It was hard for me to get the care I needed for my daughter.
I wondered how many other parents in the Autism community were growing frustrated and overwhelmed at not obtaining the help they were seeking. So I decided to embark on this journey by creating a Home Care business to help parents who have children affected by Autism and those who may need some relief time and an extra hand around the home. My goal is to reassure all families that have been impacted by Autism know that you are not alone and we can embark on this journey together one home at a time. My hope is that Onetouch will be beneficial and helpful to all.


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Myths About Autism

Myth: Therapy is included in all insurance plans.
Truth: Not all insurance companies cover Autism in their plan.

Myth: Autism is caused by bad parenting.
Truth: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a brain disorder that affects brain development from a biological condition.

Myth: Children with Autism are intellectually disabled.
Truth: Most children have normal to high IQs.

Myth: Children with Autism do not understand the emotions of others.
Truth: Autism affects individuals ability to understand unspoken interpersonal communications.

Myth: It’s hard for children with autism to make friends.
Truth: Children struggle with social skills and it is hard to communicate their need for friendship.

Myths About Home Care

Myth: Home Care is only for elderly.
Truth: Home Care is utilized by anyone who needs help whether it be someone recovering from surgery or seeking respite care for a family member.

Myth: Caregivers think their family does not need home care because they take care of them.
Truth: Caring for a loved one can be physically and emotionally exhausting and overwhelming. Self care is important for everyone.

Myth: Home Care is expensive
Truth: Home Care is more affordable than a hospital stay. Plan of care is based on each family’s individual need.

205 Castlerock Dr, Shepherdsville, KY 40165, USA

Options Unlimited started providing Supported Employment services to Bullitt County residents in February, 1985 as a program of Seven Counties Services. In March of 1987, Options was incorporated as an independent non-profit agency and an affiliate of Seven Counties Services. Contractual arrangements were also established with the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation to broaden the array of services offered to persons with disabilities. In November, 1987 the Adult Day Habilitation Program was added to broaden the services capabilities. This program focuses on developing the independent living skills of the clients by participating in community based events. Community events are accessed daily in small groups. In 1992, this program moved to the Hillview Community Center where it operated for 9 years before moving to Options’ building on Castlerock Drive. In July 1995, Options obtained a grant to convert the day program to a more individually based program that increases the involvement of each individual in his/her community through employment and or volunteer  experiences.

2115 Lexington Rd, Louisville, KY 40206, USA

We’re the preeminent leadership development organization for girls. And with programs from coast to coast and across the globe, Girl Scouts offers every girl a chance to practice a lifetime of leadership, adventure, and success.


Beckley Creek Parkway, Louisville, KY, USA

Great cities have great parks. As cities grow, citizens of the 21st century deserve great public parks in or near their neighborhoods, providing accessible recreation, contemplation, and an enhanced quality of life. Founded in 2004, 21st Century Parks is a private nonprofit corporation created to bring fresh vision to the development and preservation of new public parklands. Their current project, The Parklands of Floyds Fork, in eastern and southeastern Louisville, is one of the nation’s largest new metropolitan parks projects.


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Lessons Today

21st Century Parks exhibits unexcelled design, effective partnerships, and sufficient funding to meet the public’s need for safe, clean, well-maintained parks now and into the future. Olmsted proved that well-designed public parks form the heart of thriving neighborhoods and vibrant cities. Rooted in Louisville’s century-old legacy of parklands designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the mission of 21st Century Parks reflects a passion for Louisville’s parks that includes a respect for both people and nature. 21st Century Parks believes that parks are green infrastructure and that green infrastructure can provide livable communities now and for generations that follow 50-100 years from now.

A New Legacy for the Future

The Parklands of Floyds Fork cuts right through the heart of the last major undeveloped section of Metro Louisville. It preserves a vanishing landscape while creating the finest urban edge in the country. 21st Century Parks has employed designers of world-class reputation to express a contemporary definition of beauty and function in the Floyds Fork corridor. Now that major construction of The Parklands is completed, 21st Century Parks will orchestrate the long-term maintenance funding to ensure that those parks remain safe, clean, accessible public assets that are well-used and well-loved by present and future generations. This is a legacy project for our community and one that will provide economic, environmental, and community benefits for many years to come.

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