Currently there are no fees to participate in Nutrition Ignition. There are, however, costs associated with doing the program to purchase the supplements. Those costs are estimated at roughly $65 per month.Read More
A Nutrition Ignition mentor is volunteer who has completed at least one month of the program, feels that the program has benefited them and has attended a mentor training session. Our goal is to have a Nutrition Ignition mentor at every table during the start-up of a new session.
The mentor is available to encourage and answer questions and guide the new participants through the process.Read More
There are currently two ways to join a Nutrition Ignition class. First, you can join any of our currently scheduled Nutrition Ignition classes that are listed on our programs calendar.
Second, if you have a group of 6-15 individuals who would like to learn about Nutrition Ignition, please give us a call and we can find a mutually convenient time to present to your group.
If you have any scheduling questions, please feel free to give us a call at 952-215-7052.Read More
ApparentPlan screens and does background checks on all of our volunteers who work directly with vulnerable adults. Once a volunteer passes both checks, then we provide comprehensive training on how to work with the benefit screening tools we use.Read More
ApparentPlan has a listing of volunteer opportunities here. If you would like to participate in any of these opportunities or have other ideas of how you can help, please send a message or call the executive director (952-215-7052) to get connected.Read More
We recommend that you wear loose fitting, comfortable clothing, flat shoes (tennis shoes are fine) and bring a water bottle.Read More
The classes taught by ApparentPlan are subsidized through generous grants from individuals and foundations. For example, the cost of running our tai chi class is approximately $90 per person. We offer that class at $35. We do this because we strongly believe that finances should not be a barrier to health promotion programs. Due to the high level of financial support we provide for our classes, we do not offer refunds when students miss class.Read More
You can sign up for a health program by calling (952-215-7052) or through the online links.Read More
If you register for a class over the phone, you can pay by check or cash on the first day of class.Read More
Unfortunately, no. ApparentPlan's programs are not covered under insurance plans.Read More
Yes, ApparentPlan often advocates on behalf of individuals who have been denied benefits from Medicare. Common cases we work on include the redetermination of an observation status and recovering benefits that are denied due to "not improving."Read More
ApparentPlan is a nonprofit organization. We work with individuals regardless of their ability to pay. That being said, we do rely on donations to keep operating. Donations, no matter how small, are always appreciated.Read More
ApparentPlan has benefit counselors who can walk you through a computer-based screening program. At the end of that assessment, you will have a good idea of the programs for which you qualify and application process for those programs.Read More
AparentPlan charges for Medicare advocacy work on an hourly or contingency basis. Our hourly rates are based on a sliding fee where the top fee is $125 per hour. If we accept a case on contingency, we will set a fee at the beginning and will only charge for our services when we achieve the desired outcome.Read More