Last week, Wilderness Trace Child Development Center hosted their annual Black Tie & Bluegrass event in Danville, KY. Wilderness Trace Child Development Center (WTCDC) provides much needed services to families in the area. The event that took place last weekend was the main local fund raiser for WTCDC. The annual dinner, auction and dance provide support for the center’s early education opportunities for children at Wilderness Trace Child Development Center.
WTCDC serves children from birth through five years of age by providing educational and therapeutic services for children with and without disabilities. The center serves Boyle and the surrounding counties, including Mercer, Lincoln and Garrard Counties.
WTCDC was originally created to serve children with disabilities. They now accept some typical children alongside children with special needs. This allows children with disabilities to interact and communicate with children of their own age while receiving services. In addition, typically developing children serve as role models for communication, social, and motor skills. The typical kids that attend receive the benefit of interacting with children with disabilities and developing a heightened sense of awareness of children that are different from themselves.
Wilderness Trace Child Development Center serves a much needed service to Boyle and the surrounding counties. And enriches the lives of many families in the area with their services. The attorneys of Hurst & Hurst, Daniel and Rebecca, attended the event to support WTCDC. If you have an opportunity to check out their services or support this important center, please do so. And next year we hope to see you out at the Black Tie & Bluegrass event to support this great cause!