Redwood Express: Destination Bourbon & Bluegrass
The Redwood Express will embark for a night of Bourbon & Bluegrass on Friday, March 6th at the New Riff Distillery! Purchase your chance at the $5,000 Grand Raffle today! Buy your ticket soon for a shot at the $1,000 Early Bird Drawing on 2/13/15! You can also purchase tickets for admission and the Super Raffle (one year supply of groceries courtesy of Remke Markets). Contact Beth Moore at 859-331-0880 or email@example.com for more information. KY Charitable Gaming License #0588.
Check out our new ad in the NKY Business Journal!
We have a new ad placed in the January/February advocacy issue of the NKY Business Journal! Click here and navigate to page 23 to take a look. We are happy to have our ad placed adjacent to a wonderful article on Nancy Grayson's advocacy for children and education.
We can help your business achieve its production goals!
The adults in our Vocational Day Training program are eager to meet your production needs. Our services include embossing and braille labeling, shredding documents, assembling and shrink wrapping gift baskets, sealing and packaging various products, and much more! Click here or contact Eric Bostick at 859-331-0880 for more information.
Thank you for supporting the Bean Bash!
Thank you to everyone who donated, volunteered, and attended the 41st Bean Bash at Turfway Park on October 11th! The event raised $82,000 to benefit children and adults with disabilities in Northern Kentucky thanks to you. Check out an article on the event here!
New Resource Videos Available
Redwood now has several resource videos available. These videos demonstrate appropriate use of various types of assistive technology, including Tech Scan 8 Plus, Step-by-Step Sequencer, Twin Talk & Play, Switches, Timetimer, and BIGMack Single Message Unit. Click on any of the links to take a brief survey and view the videos. If you need more information, contact Lisa at (859) 331-0880, ext. 221.
Congratulations Derby Winners!
Congratulations to this month's Derby winners: Debbie Tweddel, Jack & Joan Haas, and Scott Fedders! If you'd like to get in on the fun and purchase a Derby raffle ticket, visit our Derby Club page. Good luck in future drawings!
The Redwood Times is Redwood's annual newsletter, and it's ready for you to read.
Welcome to Redwood
Redwood guides children and adults with severe and multiple disabilities to achieve independence and reach their highest potential throughout their lives, by providing enriching educational, therapeutic, and vocational services.
Prefiere Español? Need TTY?
Don't let communication be a barrier to learning about all of the great services Redwood provides. We have brochures readily available in Japanese and Spanish. You can also translate our entire website by using the Google Translate tool. Just go to the site and enter in the webpage address you'd like to translate. Make sure you select the desired language, and voilà!
If you are deaf or hearing impaired, simply use your phone to contact us! Dial 711 and provide Redwood's phone number, which is (859) 331-0880.
Be a Part of Our Past, Be a Part of Our Future
Whether you've been a supporter of Redwood for six days or the entire 61 years, we invite you to become a part of Redwood history by reserving your commemorative leaf for the Redwood timeline, which will adorn the hallways of our Welcome Center for years to come.
Commemorative leaves can be purchased in three different sizes and personalized to your specifications.
For more information or to order you leaf, visit our Redwood Commemorative Leaf page. You can order your leaf online or download the order form and return it to Redwood.
In addition, Redwood has created a pictorial history of our 61 years of service to the community. If you would like to purchase one of these 40-page books that showcase in pictures and words Redwood's growing legacy, please contact Beth Moore at (859) 331-0880, ext. 297.
Redwood does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national orgin, sex, sexual orientation, age, or disability.