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Center for Accessible Living
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An innovative leader in empowering all people to achieve their goal of independent living while involving the entire community.

Highlands Center for Autism
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The only center-based program in Kentucky exclusively using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in a clinical setting. ABA is a science that uses behavioral techniques to teach children basic and complex skills. It works by reinforcing appropriate behavior while decreasing or eliminating challenging behavior.

Kentucky Association of the Deaf
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Works for mutual assistance and encouragement of deaf people and to secure moral, intellectual and social improvement of their educational and vocational opportunities.

Kentucky Autism Training Center
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Seeks 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.

Kentucky Commission for Children with Special Health Care Needs
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Works to enhance the quality of life for Kentucky's children with special health care needs through quality service, leadership, advocacy, education and collaboration.

Kentucky Commission on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
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Works to provide effective and efficient leadership, education, advocacy and direct services to eliminate barriers and to meet the social, economic, educational, cultural and intellectual needs of deaf and hard of hearing Kentuckians.

Kentucky Commonwealth Council on Developmental Disabilities
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Seeks to create systemic change in Kentucky that empowers individuals to achieve full citizenship and inclusion in the community through capacity building and advocacy.

Kentucky Council of the Blind
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A non-profit organization of blind, visually impaired and sighted individuals. KCB has been serving people with visual impairments in Kentucky for nearly 50 years.

Kentucky Department for Aging and Independent Living
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In partnership with Kentucky's 15 Area Agencies on Aging and Independent Living, community mental health centers, Center for Independent Living and other community partners, DAIL provides leadership and addresses issues and circumstances that stand in the way of elders and individuals with disabilities achieving the best possible quality of life.

Kentucky Department for Behavioral Health, Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
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Seeks to provide leadership, in partnership with others, to prevent disability, build resilience in individuals and their communities, and facilitate recovery for people whose lives have been affected by mental illness, intellectual disability or other developmental disability, or substance abuse.

Kentucky Division of Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities
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Strives to empower each person to realize his or her place in the community as a citizen of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. To accomplish this mission, DDID will partner with and support persons with intellectual or developmental disabilities, families, advocates, stakeholders and government agencies.

Kentucky Office for the Blind
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Serves Kentuckians who are visually impaired or blind and assist individuals to obtain and maintain employment, economic self-sufficiency and independence with complete integration into society.

Kentucky Protection and Advocacy
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Seeks to protect and promote the rights of Kentuckians with disabilities through legally based individual and systemic advocacy, and education.

VSA Kentucky
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A nonprofit organization dedicated to providing inclusive arts and education programs for children, youth, and adults with disabilities, in addition to, professional development for artist and teachers in schools and communities statewide.


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