Reasons for our involvement in the Liberian community in the U.S.A. and especially in Minnesota, Minneapolis, senior citizen programs; In order to make adult Liberians’ lives useful in the U.S.A., they must meet expectation as all American adults. Some may be useful in providing labor services. Many are doing childcare and, therefore, must understand child protection laws, as well as the healthcare system and policies. They must be able to interact with other senior citizens in the community—Adults Day Programs.
Programs for Liberian refugee children. It has been observed that Liberian children find it difficult to transition in the American society when they come here from a war-affected country. To keep up with the American school system has been a serious challenge. The language is another reason, which is why we find it necessary to help the Liberian students in this community. Liberian children also need to know and understand the American legal system, coupled with law and order.
We are MNSURE Navigators. We assist applicants in completing and submitting their healthcare application for Hennepin County in the State of Minnesota.
We provide completion and submission of healthcare applications for the following programs:
General Assistance Medical Care (GAMC)
Medical Assistance (MA)
We assist applicants with the immigration process. We assist with the completion of the appropriate immigration application paperwork to submit in the State of Minnesota. We are a non-profit organization. We are asking for a $50 donation for this service to help cover expenses related to this service.
Long Term and Whole life Insurance
We assist in connecting clients to insurance agencies who provide information on long term and whole life insurance. These agencies will also assist with enrolling you in a plan per your need and wants. Contact Liberia Build Project at 763-560-1347 if you are interested in this service.
Connection With Senior Linkage Line
Connection With Second Harvest Hartland
DPTT (Diabetes and Periodontal Therapy Trail) (Call L.B.P. About the Requirements)
To provide outline of training hours for the students
To provide the necessary brochures to be sent to all participating schools
To provide training instructors for the duration of the program
A+ Tutoring Service LTD. will provide the following materials for students in grades K to 3:
Roots of Reading
How to Spell, Levels One and Two
Letter builder kits by Roots of Reading, Inc.
Reading and Reasoning, Beginning Level
Mc-Call Crabbs Primary Test Lesson in Reading
These materials are available through Houghton-Mifflin, Educators Publishing Service, Roots of Reading, Inc., and Teachers College Press.
A+ Tutoring Service, LTD. will provide the above materials for all elementary students as needed, and these additional ones for students in grades 4 to 8:
Vocabulary for Achievement
The Elements of Clear Thinking
Additional instruction in reading comprehension and vocabulary development as needed.
Each term for a student will be a minimum of forty hours of instruction, and the student may enroll in as many terms as necessary to become competent in reading, writing, spelling, and math.
Each student will be given a WRAT 3 to assess their needs and to determine the best plan for him or her to achieve competency in reading, writing, spelling, and math.
A+ Tutoring will prepare and print brochures to be distributed at the schools to be taken home to parents for enrollment in the program. The brochure will be one page folded into thirds, explaining the program to students and their families.
A+ Tutoring will provide the instructors for this program on the schedule provided by the Liberia Build Project.