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Wholistic Enrichment, LLC.

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Notice of Non-Medical & Educational Faith-Based Services

All services are for educational and informational purposes only and will not treat, cure, prevent, manage, diagnose any disease.

 

Non-Discrimination Notice

Wholistic Enrichment, LLC. does not discriminate unlawfully on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, disability, status as a protected veteran, pregnancy or marital status, or any other unlawful basis in admission to, access to its programs, sessions and activities.

 

Notice of Charter and Statement of Faith-Based Operations

 Wholistic Enrichment, LLC.  operates as a founding charter within the State of Florida from Esoteric Interfaith Theological Seminary and maintains ethical compliance under:

Florida § 90.505; Florida § 39.201; Florida Chapter 490 Sec. 490.014(F); Florida Chapter 491 Sec. 491.014(3).

 

Notice of Trademark Ownership

i.H.E.L.P Consultant™ is a registered trademark owned by Wholistic Enrichment, LLC.  All Rights Reserved. 2017

 

Code of Ethics

  • Practice the healing power of “drugless” methodologies
  • Practice to do no harm
  • Maintain the highest standards of professional and personal conduct
  • Refuse to participate in unethical procedures
  • Promise to be aware of, and abide by all state and local laws
  • To be honest with my clients, offering the best products, services, and information possible
  • To be ready to consult and seek the talents of other health care professionals when such consultation would benefit my client
  • Do not exceed my scope of practice, either in abilities or by law
  • To be up-to-date on all information I give my clients, and to continue my education                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Code of Ethical Practices from the American Association of Drugless Practitioners, 2011

 

Culinary Nutrition Education

Culinary Nutrition Education is the services to the “client” in the education and teaching of how to make food nutritious in the forms of proper culinary preparation and applications to understanding the reactions of food during the cooking process.  This can also include and limited to teaching the categories of proper food consumption, food choices and food selectivity.  This educational teaching is not the practice, management or care of dietetics or nutrition counseling and will not intend to treat, cure, prevent or manage any disease.

Dietary Management

  • Conduct client nutritional screening to include food/fluid intake information
  • Document nutritional screening data in the medical record and complete forms (KIPU, Medical Mime, SunWave) 
  • Review intake records, conduct visual meal rounds
  • Provide basic diet information using evidence-based educational materials

CMS Regulation Code 42 CFR §483.60(2)(i)(A) Food & Nutrition Services

Food Management

Food Management offers to the “client” the historical background of food and food management, a review of food and food management models. Techniques given can be kitchen organizational management, food storage and preparation, food purchasing and selectivity, food costing and budget management.

Personal Chef Services

Personal Chef Services is an additional “fee-for-service” hire contract that will offer the “client” an opportunity to customize a personal menu of their choosing.  The menu will not offer any clinical formulations to alter or manage any disease, but give the choice of a “healthier food choice” alternative.

Inter-Faith/Spiritual Counseling

  • The counselors are engaged solely in spiritual counseling based on their understanding of spirituality, interfaith, esoteric, metaphysical & food studies and are not engaged in the practice of psychology, professional counseling, or psychotherapy.
  • Statements made in confidence to a minister in the course of counseling ordinarily are “privileged,” meaning that neither the counselee nor the minister can be compelled to disclose in a court of law any statements made in the course of the counseling.
  • The spiritual counselor will keep any statements made in confidence in the course of counseling in strict confidence. As noted above, the duty to maintain confidences may not apply in the context of child abuse. Further, the counselor may reserve the right to disclose confidential information in specified situations (such as threats of suicide, or an intent to harm another person).

 

Florida State Statue: 90.505- Privilege with respect to communications to clergy.— (1)For the purposes of this section: (a)A “member of the clergy” is a priest, rabbi, practitioner of Christian Science, or minister of any religious organization or denomination usually referred to as a church, or an individual reasonably believed so to be by the person consulting him or her.(b)A communication between a member of the clergy and a person is “confidential” if made privately for the purpose of seeking spiritual counsel and advice from the member of the clergy in the usual course of his or her practice or discipline and not intended for further disclosure except to other persons present in furtherance of the communication.(2)A person has a privilege to refuse to disclose, and to prevent another from disclosing, a confidential communication by the person to a member of the clergy in his or her capacity as spiritual adviser.(3)The privilege may be claimed by: (a)The person.(b)The guardian or conservator of a person.(c)The personal representative of a deceased person.(d)The member of the clergy, on behalf of the person. The member of the clergy’s authority to do so is presumed in the absence of evidence to the contrary.

Florida State Statute: 39.201- Mandatory reports of child abuse, abandonment, or neglect; mandatory reports of death; central abuse hotline.—

 (1)(a)Any person who knows, or has reasonable cause to suspect, that a child is abused, abandoned, or neglected by a parent, legal custodian, caregiver, or other person responsible for the child’s welfare, as defined in this chapter, or that a child is in need of supervision and care and has no parent, legal custodian, or responsible adult relative immediately known and available to provide supervision and care shall report such knowledge or suspicion to the department in the manner prescribed in subsection (2).

 (b)Reporters in the following occupation categories are required to provide their names to the hotline staff:

3.Practitioner who relies solely on spiritual means for healing;

 

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