Only one week left until Hearts on Fire!

Dancers in front of flaming heartHearts on Fire is just one week from tomorrow, on Saturday, March 2, at 7pm. If you haven’t bought your tickets yet, sign up today – you won’t want to miss the food, drinks, music, silent auction, or especially the dancing!

Here’s an excerpt from our press release:

“This is the kind of event that’s really fun to come to,” explains Tom Rose, Executive Director. “We’ll have terrific food catered by local Mexican restaurant Diego’s, live music from the  Manuel Molina trio, open bar, salsa dance lessons and a dance contest, in addition to our silent auction and plenty of time for mingling. We’re creating the feel of a Mexican cantina, really festive. Personally, I’m really looking forward to it. I’m just a little nervous that my wife will want me to take a turn on the dance floor!”

Read the full press release:

Press Release – Hearts on Fire Event, Family Voices Colorado.

Buy tickets online here – just $50 each or $90 per couple.

Resources for Health Care Providers

HIPAA Privacy Rule Does Not Prohibit Disclosure of Threats to Safety

Last month, the Department of Health & Human Services issued a letter to health care providers to ensure that they are aware of their ability under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Privacy Rule to take action, consistent with their ethical standards or other legal obligations, to disclose necessary information about a patient to law enforcement, family members of the patient, or other persons, when they believe the patient presents a serious danger to himself or other people.

Webinar: How to Engage Youth in Their Health Care

The National Center for Medical Home Implementation and Got Transition, the National Health Care Transition Center, invite you to join them for a webinar, “How to Engage Youth in Their Health Care” on Wednesday, February 27th.

Note that this is the first of a four part webinar series hosted by The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its National Center for Medical Home Implementation. Learn more about  “The Medical Home in Pediatrics: The HOW TO Webinar Series.”

What are your needs as a provider?

If you are a health care provider who works with children and youth with disabilities or special health care needs, what kind of resources would be most helpful to you?  Call 303-733-3000 or email communication [at] familyvoicesco [dot] org to share your perspective.

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