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.
We’re an entirely different type of Southern. From boundary pushing twists on Southern cuisine that have made us one of the “10 Best New Food Cities” in America to our one and only Urban Bourbon Experience™, featuring the world’s only, city-wide trail filled with award-winning micro-distilleries, exhibits and craft cocktail destinations. Then discover one-of-a-kind attractions like the legendary Churchill Downs, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, and the Muhammad Ali Center. And that’s just your first day here.
To improve services for children, teens and adults living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their families through education and advocacy.
ASK is a non-profit organization serving Greater Louisville and Southern Indiana that provides support for families affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. ASK provides resources and education for families and individuals through our monthly support meetings, workshops and social events.
The Bardstown Police Department is proud to work with Families for Effective Autism Treatment (FEAT)
to participate in the Autism Friendly Business Initiative. The training provided BPD officers necessary
skills to recognize and effectively communicate with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) individuals.
Bardstown Police Department strives to create a safe, understanding and compassionate environment
for anyone with ASD and their caregivers.
Our Community Center is all about building more compassionate communities in the Louisville area. It is a place for our entire community to connect – that includes guests, volunteers, and donors! It is for families who have attended a retreat weekend and want to continue building relationships, families who are hesitant or unable to attend a retreat weekend, and families who are looking for opportunities to serve others!
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest is a 16,137 acre arboretum, forest, and nature preserve located in Clermont, Kentucky. Bernheim was founded in 1929 by Isaac Wolfe Bernheim, a German immigrant and successful brewer whose whiskey distillery business established the I.W. Harper brand. He purchased the land in 1928 at $1 an acre because most of it had been stripped for mining iron ore. The Frederick Law Olmsted landscape architecture firm started work on designing the park in 1931 and it opened in 1950. Bernheim Forest was given to the people of Kentucky in trust and is the largest privately owned natural area in the state. Bernheim, his wife, daughter, and son-in-law are buried in the forest.
BCA is a 1:1 intensive teaching environment that uses the principles and methodologies of Applied Behavior Analysis. Although we are a full-time program, we are not an accredited school but a therapeutic medical center. BCA is accredited through the Behavioral Health Center of Excellence, you can learn more through http://www.bhcoe.org. Each learner is assigned a Behavior Analyst who is responsible for their individual programming and behavior plans regarding your child. Each child is then assigned a Speech Pathologist who they will see at a minimum of 3 half-hour sessions per week. Additional members of the treatment team will include Registered Behavior Technicians.
• Year-round intensive treatment program for ages 3-24.
• Individualized instruction designed around each child’s learning style.
• One to one service with highly trained instructors.
• Individualized programs to encourage social, academic and life skills.
• Daily data and program analysis to accurately monitor each child’s progress.
• Vocational Training
• Community based services to prepare children with foundational learning skills and communication.
A typical daily schedule is comprised of direct instruction, discrete trial teaching and natural environment learning in individualized and group setting as determined appropriate by treatment team. Child specific schedules are created based on the needs of each child. Group times may include gross motor/fine motor activities, turn taking, conversational skills, learning to follow group instruction through daily circle time, music, etc. Community based clients will receive services based on client specific need and may vary.
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To empower individuals with intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities and autism as they recognize their strengths, contribute to their community and pursue their dreams.
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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Established in 1797, Jeffersontown is a great example of the amenities and opportunities throughout the great State of Kentucky.
K. Norman Berry Associates Architects was formed in 1971, as the direct successor firm of Oberwarth Associates established in 1895. C. Julian Oberwarth (1900-1983) was the first registered architect in Kentucky and was instrumental in the passage of state legislation to credential architects.
The Kentucky Railway Museum owes its beginning to a small number of rail enthusiasts who formed a local chapter of the National Railway Historical Society in 1948. In the early 1950s, the Chapter asked the Louisville and Nashville Railroad for the donation of a steam locomotive to form the nucleus of a railway museum.
The museum was officially chartered in 1954, and with the donation of steam locomotive #152, we leased six acres of land on River Road and opened to the public on Memorial Day 1958. The museum grew with the addition of other donated rail equipment and artifacts, with over 100,000 visitors coming through the gates by the early 1960s. Over 200,000 people came to the River Road site in the first 10 years of operation!
Already recognized as a leader in inquiry-based learning, Kentucky Science Center is advancing a statewide science literacy campaign to encourage people of all ages to explore science in everyday life. Its flagship location on Louisville, KY’s historic Museum Row, welcomes visitors from across the globe with 3-floors of interactive exhibits and films on a 4-story screen. With daily programming for children, families, and adults, the Science Center plays an ongoing role in the region as a resource for caregivers and teachers, a gathering place for the science community, and a chosen source of entertainment for all.
KMAC Museum is a contemporary art museum in downtown Louisville on Museum Row. Through exhibitions, education, and outreach, KMAC Museum works to fulfill our mission of connecting people to art and creative practice.
KMAC is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Your contribution helps us sustain local creativity!
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For more than 40 years the Leadership Louisville program has been part of the fabric of our community, inspiring our city’s top leaders to take responsibility for the greater good. Now, more than ever, leaders must be ready to step up when faced with challenges.
Leadership Louisville is the signature program of one of the largest and most innovative community leadership organizations in the country. Ask any of our thousands of graduates and they will tell you: there’s no better path to leadership than through the Leadership Louisville program.
Check out our 2012 Louisville study! To Keep More Jobs: Local businesses are better at creating higher-paying jobs for our neighbors. To Help the Environment: Buying from a local business conserves energy and resources in the form of less fuel for transportation and less packaging.