With the holidays here, a lot of our families are bring out their traditions and making cookies to decorate with their kids. Just as a reminder, there are some things we need to keep in mind specially for some of our high risk kiddos.
The CDC has recently posted several articles reminding people of the dangers of raw cookie dough. Most recipes call for raw eggs which may be contaminated with Salmonella. Another ingredient to keep in mind is raw flour which might be contaminated with e.coli. for more information check out this article from the Washington Post- Cookie dough bad- CDC warns it minght be contaminated with E.coli or Salmonella.
Stay safe, stay healthy!
Here at FVCo we wanted to wish all our families and friends the happiest of holiday seasons.
Also, we have made our Resource Directory a bit more accessible by adding a direct link from our home page.
Keep warm and stay safe!
The KultureCity Sensory Inclusive program allows individuals with autism and other sensory needs the ability to see and experience all the things the world has to offer.
Pepsi Center now has sensory bags available for check out at the Guest Relations Kiosks in the Grand Atrium and on the concourses outside of sections 120 and 375. These bags include noise cancelling headphones, fidget toys, and KCVIP pass. Also, Pepsi Center has designated “Quiet Zones” in the elevator lobbies on each level, which are located outside of sections 120, 226, and 338.
Sensory bags will be available at every game and event held at Pepsi Center.