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Build Inclusion

Build Inclusion [link]

“Build Inclusion is a placement provider for individuals with disabilities who are seeking employment. This service can assist a candidate in finding competitive, integrated employment well-suited to individual skills, strengths, interests and talents. We start by helping to develop a person-centered employment placement (PCEP) report that is unique to each candidate. The PCEP will guide the candidate’s job exploration and development. Then, we support the placed employee for the first 90 days on the job. We look forward to discovering how you may qualify for these services!”

Phone: (859) 286-9713


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Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky

Down Syndrome Association of Central Kentucky [link]

“The mission of our We Work! Career Planning Initiative Program is to empower individuals with Down syndrome to utilize their strengths and abilities in a meaningful place of employment in their area of interest, earning a prevailing wage and contributing to their community. This program provides support and resources for job seekers with Down syndrome and employers, thereby ensuring teens and adults with Down syndrome become productive members of their community. By establishing high expectations and standards within our program, we will create a positive change in the way employers view people with disabilities.”

Phone: 859-494-7809


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Kentucky Spin

Kentucky Spin [link]

“KY-SPIN, Inc. (Kentucky Special Parent Involvement Network) is a statewide 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.  The mission of KY-SPIN, Inc. is to link families and individuals with disabilities to  valuable resources that will enable them to live productive, fulfilling lives.”

KY-SPIN has regional parent educators who can respond to questions in about 24 hours.


Phone: (502) 937-6894

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Down Syndrome Louisville: Career Solutions

Down Syndrome Louisville: Career Solutions [link]

DSL Career Solutions “takes a person-centered approach to supported employment and focuses on a person’s interests and talents and provides the necessary supports to be successfully employed on a long-term basis … Our services are provided both on and off the job site throughout an employee’s career. This program is funded through the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and/or Medicaid waivers” and serves people with Down syndrome

DSL also offers classes for youth with Down syndrome who are seeking employment and individuals who are already employed and need more support.


Center for Parent Information and Resources

Center for Parent Information and Resources [link]

Gives lots of information about transition and other websites to help you.

Email: Myriam Alizo at