Information for all ages
CDC Autism Resource List
Kentucky Medicaid is a state and federal program authorized by Title XIX of the Social Security Act to provide health care for eligible low-income residents including children, families, pregnant women, the aged, and the disabled. Eligibility is determined by a number of factors, including family size, income, and the federal poverty level. Eligibility for Supplemental Security Income recipients, the aged, blind, and disabled are based on additional requirements.
Contact KY Medicaid by phone: 1-855-824-5615
Online Training Modules
Autism Internet Modules
Treatment and Intervention Service Providers
KATC provides FREE on-site training workshops for Family Support Groups throughout Kentucky. If you would like a KATC Field Trainer to provide a training at your support group meeting Submit Your Training Request Here.
View list of KY Support Groups or Use the interactive map below to find a support group in your area.
1. Select the button on the far left hand side of the map to select a city
2. Select the three point button of the map to share
3. Select the enlargement button (far right) to make the map bigger or to open the map in a new window
Mike Miller, KATC Field Training Coordinator
The Amanda L. King Resource Library is a collection of materials pertaining to Autism Spectrum Disorders available for checkout to families and professionals. The Resource Library contains hundreds of print, electronic and video materials that can be mailed to patrons anywhere across the state of Kentucky.
Check out a library book here.
(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.