If you want to see me before your extended benefits reset at the end of December, now is the time to book your Complete Assessment Package. Most insurers will reimburse services into the following year, provided that they are paid for before the deadline, but if you want to start the New Year off with your new Meal Plan, remember that this takes a bit of time. Whether we meet in person or remotely via Distance Consultation, the time needed is the same!
First I need to assess you — and this appointment usually takes between an hour and an hour and a half.
Then I need to schedule a time to design your Meal Plan — and I do them in the order that I assess people.
Finally, we need to set an appointment for me to teach you your Meal Plan and answer any questions you may have, so you are ready to implement it.
You can learn more about the Complete Assessment Package by clicking here or by looking under the Services tab or in the Shop.
Ready to get started?
Please download and complete the Intake and Service Option Form available for download here and then select the Complete Assessment Package.
Then, return the completed form to me at the email address written on the form, listing with the times you are available for an appointment.
If you reside in the US or elsewhere and are seeking nutrition education sessions, please use this form* and select the Meal Planning Package. Keep in mind that services for those outside of Canada are for nutrition education purposes only, so if you have complex health issues or take multiple medications, please consult with a Registered Dietitian where you live.
If you would like more information, please send me a note using the Contact Me form, above.
Don’t miss the deadline. Most extended benefits plans reset on December 31st.
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