Special Needs Toy Guide
If you've got a boy or girl on your "good list" with a disability, check out our Special Needs Toy Guide, which provides information appropraite toys that will help stimulate development. Happy holidays from Redwood!
Congratulations Derby Winners!
Congratulations to this month's Derby winners: Marty Yung, Cathy Hollihan, and Don Catchen. If you'd like to get in on the fun and purchase a Derby raffle ticket for 2014, visit our Derby Club page. Good luck in future drawings!
Booze Breakfast Scheduled
The Booze Breakfast is scheduled for December 10, 2013, at 9 a.m. This fun event, hosted for years by Tom Jacober, Mac Heidrich, and Carl Biery, provides a hot breakfast in exchange for a donated bottle of wine, liquor, or other spirit. Click here to RSVP or make a donation. Proceeds are used at the Redwood Express, our largest fundraising event.
2012 Annual Report
In 2012, Redwood experienced many great initiatives that resulted in more children and adults achieving independence and reaching their full potential. You can read all about our great accomplishments in the 2012 Annual Report.
All aboard for the Redwood Express! Our chairs, Kasey and Cole Bond, invite you to save the date for the 2014 Redwood Express: Destination New York City! The train leaves the station on March 7, 2014. Be on the lookout for additional details as the date gets closer. If you would like to get involved with planning the event or learn how you can support this important fundraiser through a gift gathering party, please contact Telly at (859) 331-0880, ext. 206. Thank you!
Read Our Newest Redwood Times
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.
Habla Usted espanol? 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 sixty 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 60 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.