13101 Eastpoint Park Blvd, Louisville, KY 40223, USA

Carriage House is a non-profit preschool program dedicated to the belief that children of all abilities can learn and make progress in an environment that is stimulating and nurturing, where individual differences are respected and celebrated. Our mission is to create the environment where all children will thrive.

6203 Elizabeth Court, Prospect, KY 40059, USA

At Children’s Music Academy we teach music to young children in a fun, positive, affirming, and creative environment—we want kids to enjoy music. Classes are designed to captivate a child’s interest and imagination through engaging, age-appropriate activities and games. In our unique group setting, children experience a supportive teacher who cares for and encourages them; while learning with peers inspires confidence and motivates greater learning.

2010 Rudy Lane, Louisville, Kentucky 40207, USA

To engage each student in rigorous, relevant and differentiated learning opportunities that inspire and motivate.

901 Breckenridge Lane, Louisville, KY 40207, USA

Friends School is a nonprofit, nonsectarian, cooperative school whose mission is to provide an inclusive, noncompetitive, student-centered dynamic educational program where individual differences are respected and celebrated.

12338 A Shelbyville Road Louisville, Kentucky 40243

Heartland Music Together 974 Breckenridge Lane #215 Louisville, KY 40207

Imagine a music class where babies, toddlers, and young children can learn music by playing and exploring rather than through formal lessons. Where adults get to play and sing with their children. Where you don’t have to be an expert to join the fun!

Music Together is an early childhood music curriculum that’s known around the world for its ability to engage children and adults in musical play together. Educators, scientists, and musicians love Music Together for the depth of its research and developmentally appropriate activities. Families love Music Together for the way it helps bring children and adults together for quality play and learning. Children love Music Together because it’s so fun. We speak the language of childhood!

1250 Bardstown Road, Suite 4, Louisville, Kentucky 40204

Located in the heart of the Highlands inside the Mid-City Mall, the Highlands-Shelby Park Library serves the Highlands and Shelby Park neighborhoods. Highlands-Shelby Park Library has a public meeting room that can accommodate a maximum of 50 people.

What to Expect


  • Quiet down space if needed
  • General inclusion in all of programs and exhibit spaces


Library services to the Highlands and Shelby Park neighborhoods date back 100 years, with two original libraries located separately in elegant Carnegie buildings. The collections were merged and moved to the Mid-City Mall in 1994, creating Highlands-Shelby Park Library. The Library has an extensive collection of audiobooks on CD and cassette, as well as a large selection of cookbooks. Highlands-Shelby Park Library continues to provide the excellent service of its two predecessors, while also offering the convenience of Mall shopping and abundant parking.

10635 Watterson Trail, Jeffersontown, KY 40299, USA

In the late 1700s, Revolutionary War veterans and other colonizers began to settle in the area that would eventually become known as Jeffersontown. At that point in time, life was still harrowing with the constant threat of Indian attacks, but the pioneer spirit persevered and more settlers arrived to populate the lovely, arable lands just south of the Ohio River and east of the port that would become the City of Louisville.

In 1794, Abraham Bruner purchased 122 acres on a forested ridge near Chenoweth Run Creek with the intent of establishing a town at the intersection of two roads commonly traveled by the new settlers. Business owners quickly obtained plots from Bruner and set up shop along Main and Market streets, which would later become known as Watterson Trail and Taylorsville Road.

The square became a hub of activity, complete with hotels, blacksmiths, potters, and every other pioneer activity imaginable. In fact, the area became something of a “county seat” – a place where people from miles around could come to conduct business and purchase goods, rather than make the long and arduous journey to Louisville by horse and cart.

Residents dubbed their new settlement “Brunerstown,” to show pride in Abraham Bruner and their primarily Germanic heritage. On May 3, 1797, however, the city was officially incorporated and named after the current vice-president, Thomas Jefferson. Even though the Jefferson County Court recognized the new city as the “Town of Jefferson,” or “Jeffersontown,” its inhabitants continued to refer to it as Brunerstown throughout the next century.

1405 East Burnett Avenue, Louisville, KY 40217, USA

The mission of the Kentucky Autism Training Center is to strengthen our state’s systems of support for persons affected by autism by bridging research to practice and by providing training and resources to families and professionals. KATC is committed to improving the quality of life for those affected by ASD.

What to Expect

Yellow Dot Program

The Yellow Dot Program alerts first responders at crash scenes of critical medical information that could save a life. Participants in the program provide important medical information that could help emergency responders make split second decisions by placing the Yellow Dot decal in the lower-left corner on the driver-side rear window and the completed Yellow Dot personal information folder into the glove compartment of the vehicle. More information about the program is available on the Kentucky Office of Highway Safety website. Yellow dot stickers and information folders are available at the University of Louisville Autism Center. Contact us to get a packet or any of these locations throughout Kentucky.


KATC provides easy access to evidence based information through over 50 free webinar trainings available to you 24 hours a day online from the comfort of your own home. Webinars include…

727 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202, USA


Science Matters! Science Literacy empowers society. Scientifically literate individuals are those best suited to excel in the 21st Century. Everyone is curious, and that innate curiosity can flourish when liberated. At Kentucky Science Center, science matters because we make it personal, fun, participatory and relevant. We are ambassadors of scientific values.

What to Expect


  • Quiet down space if needed
  • General inclusion in all of programs and exhibit spaces
  • Social Stories (Available upon request)

No Limits Family Camps

No Limits Family Camps offer interactive and hands-on exploration for families who have children with special needs. No matter what the special need, there are no limitations when you are doing science! Each No Limits Family Camp includes a take home element and a supplemental activity card for continued learning. Each program includes general admission and a t-shirt for each child. No Limits Family Camp is offered once per month.


Although Kentucky Science Center camps are not specifically designed to accommodate children with special needs, we make every reasonable effort to serve campers who require special attention or consideration. If you are interested in enrolling a child with special needs, please contact the Camp Manager to set up a meeting to evaluate our program’s suitability for your child. We also welcome camper aides, but require all aides who attend camp to complete a background check before camp begins.



715 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202, USA

Art is the Big Idea,
Craft is the Process
The museum connects people to art and creative practice. Visit the Museum and make a donation but…
YOUR Admission to KMAC has been underwritten by Delta Dental OF KENTUCKY.


Mon | Closed
Tue – Sat | 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Sun | 10am – 5pm

Get Involved


KMAC departments offer experiential education in a challenging, hands-on environment in exchange for a substantive contribution from talented and interested individuals.


KMAC depends on dedicated volunteers to help with various projects that range from greeting visitors, giving tours, preparing for events, administration help, to working in the Museum Shop.

Docent Program

Docents are knowledgeable, enthusiastic people who act as liaisons between the Museum and the general public.

10317 Champion Farms Drive, Louisville, Kentucky 40241, USA

LearningRx is a one-on-one brain training center that pairs clients with brain trainers for challenging yet fun mental games that help enhance cognitive skills.

800 West Main Street, Louisville, KY 40202, USA

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory is all about celebrating the extraordinary role of Louisville Slugger in baseball’s past, present and future. We’re here to delight our guests and create joyful, lifetime memories.

Baseball connects generations, we see it here every day. Since the sport is such a big part of American history and culture, even visitors who don’t consider themselves big fans find something here that resonates with them. Maybe it’s the fun stories and fascinating machinery in the factory, or the hands on exhibits, or one of our special exhibitions that broaden the interpretation of baseball.

216 Pearl St, New Albany, IN 47150, USA

MESA KIDS Cooking School is specially designed for children who have the desire to learn how to bake and cook. We teach children techniques being used today and old world basics that are being used in the culinary industry across the world. Classes are taught by culinary instructors that value the joy in the culinary arts. We provide a kitchen that is a safe environment that encourages learning and creativity.

707 Executive Park, Louisville, KY 40207, USA

Path Forward of Kentucky Inc. was founded in January of 2009 as the result of a growing need for vocational services in Louisville and the surrounding area. We expanded our vocational services in 2010 to include working in our Bluegrass area which includes Frankfort, Lexington, Versailles, Georgetown, Lawrenceburg and Richmond KY. Later that year we began serving Bowling Green and the surrounding counties.


What to Expect

Supported Employment

Supported Employment refers to service provisions wherein individuals with disabilities are assisted with obtaining and maintaining employment through person centered approaches. Supported Employment is designed to promote personalized employment opportunities for people with disabilities when they need support to discover personal interest and contributions, find and negotiate a job that fits things people like to do and well, become established as valued employees as well as pursue job advancements in a satisfying career.

Contract Opportunities

All services provided by Path Forward of Kentucky, as described below, are person centered. We strive to deliver high quality service to our participants and are always seeking compassionate, like-minded, experienced contractors as partners to provide those services. Due to the ongoing need for contracted providers, we are continuously accepting applications in both our Louisville and Frankfort offices.

11530 Bluegrass Parkway, Louisville, Kentucky 40299, USA

Awesome children’s indoor entertainment center and kid’s birthday party venue. Offering weekend open play and kids birthday party packages. Featuring an inflatable fun zone, a pizzeria, arcade and interactive soft play for toddlers and preschool children. We also offer full facility rentals for holiday parties and group outings.


Saturday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

1236 Lexington Rd #102 Louisville, KY 40204

Rockin’ Rhythms music classes allow you to nurture your child’s musical potential in a playful and fun environment. Children and their loved ones vocalize, move, listen, and play percussion instruments as a part of every class. Our activities help you and your child to develop rhythm, confidence, and an early love for singing and playing instruments. Classes include classical music, world music, nursery rhymes, and lots of children’s songs original to Rockin’ Rhythms Music.


Teaching children to be strong leaders in the community and cultivating positive relationships by respecting themselves and others through everyday etiquette and manners. Our middle & high school etiquette programs are comprised of seven instructional courses. Middle School students will enjoy two social dances throughout our season and our High School program a formal sit down dinner. Each class has been carefully detailed to teach life skills and to promote strong community leaders.

11508 Main Street, Louisville, KY 40243, USA

Summit Academy is an independent, non-profit school in Louisville, KY. Our mission is to provide a transformative educational experience for students who learn differently by cultivating each student’s academic, social, and emotional success in a vibrant and compassionate environment. Each child has great potential, let us help yours succeed.

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