New Sensory Inclusive services at Pepsi Center

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.

Resources E-Blast- October/November 2018

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THIS ISSUE:  Many families in the U.S. recently navigated the transition from summer to school year. Families of children with special health care needs and disabilities often have multiple transitions in the pipeline.  This issue of the eBlast shares resources for a variety of types of transition.

 Transition “Starters” for Everyone   

For a place to start, check out this collection of resources on transition planning. Resources are divided by audience: general audience, parents, professionals, and students.

National Resource Center for Supported Decision-Making Resource Library

From the comfort of your own home, find a transition planning tool or a document that explains a transition-related policy or law. This online resource library–and also checkout the Research Library–shares resources, guides, and toolkits to help people with disabilities and older adults exercise their Right to Make Choices.

Health Care Transition Resources for Youth and Families 

This page from our partner, Got Transition, defines health care transition and has a set of frequently asked questions answered by experienced youth, young adults, and parents.

Share Your Supported Decision Making Story

The National Center for Supported Decision Making wants to hear from you!  Share your family experience using supported decision making to assist youth or adults manage their lives and make informed decisions. Use the story collection form or contact Morgan Whitlatch at

Introducing our new Family Navigator


My name is Javi Dolif and I am the new Family Navigator at Family Voices Colorado.  A little bit about me, I was born and raised in Santiago, Chile, moved to Colorado in 1998. I attended the University of Northern Colorado and got my bachelors degree in Economics in 2007. I have worked within the health care system since 2012 as an advocate and educator. I have a passion for helping families and patients that are in need of assistance or need someone to be on their side.

I am very excited to be working at FVCo and I look forward to meeting you and making sure all your needs are met.

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Mi nombre es Javi Dolif y soy la nueva Family Navigator de Family Voices Colorado. Un poco sobre mi, naci y creci en Santiago de Chile y me vine a vivir a Colorado en 1998. Fui a la Universidad de Northern Colorado y obuve mi diploma en Economia en el año 2007. He trabajado en el campo de salud desde el 2012 como educadora y promotora de  salud. Tengo una pasion por ayudar a pacientes y familias que necesitan recursos o simplemente necesitan alguien que pelee por sus causas.

Estoy muy contenta y emocionada de ser parte de la Familia de Family Voices Colorado y espero poder ayudar y poder proveer la mejor ayuda posible.


Making Colorado a better place for children and youth with special health care needs