Recommended Contacts

Legal Contacts

Richard Bush

Richard Bush: Richard N Bush law firm, As far as an introduction, his major claim to fame is being Michael’s dad…after that, he does a little legal work…

You can reach Richard at (502) 584-7255.

Matthew Goodin

Matthew Goodin is the owner of the Goodin Law Office of Special Needs Planning. He is a Special Needs attorney who focuses his practice on special needs and general estate planning, along with Guardianship issues. Matthew has a sister, Rosie, who is a member of DSL and he coaches Special Olympics.

You can reach Matthew at (502) 398-5721

Nathan Masigno

Nathan Masigno, a parent of a son with Down syndrome has offered to assist families.  His email is nathan@masingolaw.com Phone (812) 288-6283

Financial Contacts

Dan Moyers

Dan Moyers is President of Moyers Financial Services, Inc., where he provides objective, independent financial advice on investments and insurance to individuals, trusts and small businesses.  Dan is the father of Emily Moyers, age 19 and a proud member of the Boogie-Down Crew.  Dan moved back to his hometown when Emily was two years old after spending 15 years on Wall Street with Citibank, an insurance company and Deutsche Bank.

Gordon Homes

Gordon Homes is a Special Care Planner, he assists families in planning for the financial future of their children or other dependents with special needs. This requires in-depth knowledge of the federal laws as they pertain to government benefit eligibility, legal documents such as special needs trusts and guardianship, as well as financial considerations for providing quality lifetime care.

You can reach Gordon at 317-567-2005.

Donor News & Stories

Down Syndrome of Louisville Fundraiser Returns to Live Format


February 25, 2022

Thank You Gheens Foundation!


November 11, 2021

Down Syndrome of Louisville Awarded $1800 From Louisville Metro Government


July 14, 2021

Down Syndrome of Louisville Awarded $3,500 from GPD Employees’ Foundation


June 1, 2021

Down Syndrome of Louisville Awarded $2,500 by the Snowy Owl Foundation


May 27, 2021

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