The following are a variety of resources available for people with unique needs, families and other community members.

Local (Bowling Green, KY)


Training & Vocational Rehabilitation

Kentucky Department for the Blind (
400 East Main Street, Suite 302
(270) 746 – 7479

Best Center for Independent Living
624 Eastwood Avenue
(270) 796 – 5992

Regional Resource Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Center
624 Eastwood Avenue
(270) 796 – 5992

Caveland Educational Support (
1790 Normal Drive
(270) 745 – 5363


Support Services

Advocacy in Motion – AIM
1210 Bennett Lane
(270) 842 – 5094

Adaptive Enterprises
1733 Campus Plaza Court
(270) 783 – 0726

ARC of Warren County
(270) 816-7213

Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs
495 Three Springs Road
(270) 746 – 7816

Disability Resource Initiative (
624 Eastwood Avenue
(270) 796 – 5992


Handicapped Parking Permits

County Court Clerk
429 East 10th Avenue
(270) 842 – 9416


Special Events

Down Syndrome of South Central Kentucky (Buddy Walk)
PO Box 1611


State (Kentucky)

Division of Exceptional Children’s Services
Kentucky Department of Education
Capitol Plaza Tower, 8th Floor
500 Mero Street
Frankfort, KY  40601
Phone:  502 – 564 – 4970

Office of Learning Program Development (3 – 5)
500 Mero Street
Capital Plaza Tower, 17th Floor
Frankfort, KY  40601
Phone:  502 – 564 – 7056

Infant and Toddler Program (0 – 2)
100 Fair Oaks Lane, 4E – E
Frankfort, KY  40621 – 7700
Phone:  502 – 564 – 4440

Department of Vocational Rehabilitation
Cabinet for Workforce Development
209 Clair
Frankfort, KY  40601
Phone:  502 – 564 – 4440

Kentucky Developmental Disabilities Planning Council
Department of Mental Health/Mental Retardation Services
100 Fair Oaks Lane, 4E – F
Frankfort, KY  40621 – 0001
Phone:  502 – 564 – 7842

Department for Public Advocacy, P & A Division
100 Fair Oaks Lane, Third Floor
Frankfort, KY  40606
Phone:  502 – 564 – 2967 or in KY 800 – 372- 2988

Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs
982 Eastern Parkway
Louisville, KY  40217 – 1566
Phone:  800 – 232 – 1160 or 502 – 595 – 4459

Human Developmental Institute
University Affiliated Facility
University of Kentucky
126 Mineral Industries Building
Lexington, KY  40506 – 0051
Phone:  606 – 257 – 1714

Kentucky Special Parent Involvement Network (KY – SPIN)
2210 Goldsmith Lane, Suite 118
Louisville, KY  40218
Phone:  800 – 525-7746 or 502 – 456 – 0923

Parent Outreach:  Parents Supporting Parents
1146 South Third Street
Louisville, KY  40203
Phone:  502 – 584 – 1239

The Arc of Kentucky
833 East Main
Frankfort, KY  40601
Phone:  502 – 875 – 5225


Other Resources


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This article from the National Alliance on Mental Illness offers helpful advice on how to manage your ADHD in your romantic relationship.

Treatment Options for ADHD in Children and Teens

Parents whose children are struggling with the disorder will find this printable guide to be rich with information on many of the treatment options available to your loved one.

Creating the Optimal Living Environment for a Child with ADHD

This guide contains valuable information on creating a soothing home atmosphere, a key factor in fostering the focus and wellbeing of your ADHD child.

ADD / ADHD and School: Helping Children and Teens with ADHD Succeed at School


ADHD and Learning Disabilities: School Help


College Assistance Guide for People with ADHD


The Best Software and Gadgets for ADHD Students


The Ultimate ADHD Apps Guide: 18 Apps to Make Managing Your ADHD Simpler

Strategies to Empower, Not Control, Kids Labeled ADD/ADHD


ADHD and Stress: Does One Cause the Other?


ADHD and Addiction: What is the Risk?


ADHD and Coexisting Conditions: ADHD, Sleep and Sleep Disorders


Coping with Adult ADHD

There are many techniques you can implement into your daily routine to better manage your most troublesome symptoms.


ADHD in the Workplace: Your Legal Rights and Tips for Success

This article not only informs you of your legal rights regarding your ADHD at work, but also gives pointers on strategies to try at home and work that can help make your career aspirations a reality.



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Assistance Dogs International

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