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COMING SOON: KY Nonprofits & Disabilities

Kentucky History Kentucky Disabilities Nonprofits Featured In NEW Upcoming Episodes

KENTUCKY NONPROFITS PRESERVING HISTORY HELPING  DISABLED.

One of our new shows for this fall will feature three nonprofits helping those with disabilities, Radio Eye Lexington, the Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies, and a unique children’s Playhouse program in Louisville. Radio Eye is a volunteer driven organization that helps people without the ability to read, regain some independence from their everyday challenges. The radio-station style studio setup located in a Library broadcasts readings from local newspapers, health tips, and even reads the grocery ads and coupons!

The Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies in Louisville, KY is an institution that serves children who suffer from disabilities that may affect everyday tasks. Through speech, occupational, and physical therapies, this nonprofit helps children achieve their full potential while coping with their disability.

The children’s Playhouse program gives kids a fun playhouse that is constructed based on their wishes, as well as their disabilities. All three nonprofits are always looking for people to get involved whether a volunteer reader at Radio Eye, construction expertise for a playhouse or simply taking a tour of the Kids Center for Pediatric Therapies Just spread the word about these amazing organizations and be sure and stay tuned for air dates of this new this episode made possible by Kosair Charities.

Get involved today 888.528.1999 www.knowmorenonprofits.com

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COMING SOON: KY Nonprofits & History

KENTUCKY NONPROFITS PRESERVING HISTORY HELPING DISABLED

Also in production for a Fall KET premiere, we take a look back through Kentucky’s history with the birthplace of Bill Monroe in Ohio County, the Behringer-Crawford Museum in Northern KY, and Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate in Lexington. These nonprofits will take us on a journey through the rich history of Kentucky through many interesting exhibits. Learn about the life of the man who is credited to have created Bluegrass music at the birthplace of Bill Monroe.
The Behringer-Crawford Museum is packed full of interesting artifacts including a two-headed calf, shrunken head, miniature city and other items dating back to the days mammoths used to roam the earth!
Finally, at Ashland we can learn about Henry Clay, The Great Compromiser. We learn that he was much more than just a politician, see a real-life reenactment and tour this beautiful estate!

This episode was made possible by Ohio County Tourism.

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