Progressive Goal Attainment Program

A certified PGAP Rehabilitation Professional evaluates the person’s readiness and willingness to participate in a structured goal oriented 10 week program. Individualized rehabilitation goals are achieved through targeted treatment of psychosocial risk factors, structured activity scheduling, graded-activity involvement, goal-setting, problem-solving, and motivational enhancement.

The initial weeks of the program will focus on the development of a structured activity schedule, best suited to the person resuming activities that have been adversely impacted by injury or illness. Activity goals are established in order to promote resumption of family, social and occupational roles. Intervention techniques are invoked to target specific obstacles to rehabilitation progress (e.g. fear of symptom exacerbation, catastrophic thinking, perceived injustice and disability beliefs). In the final stages of the program, the intervention focuses on activities that will facilitate re-integration into the workplace.

Primary Goals of PGAP

Ms. Prasad’s is a licensed Occupational Therapist practising in the Sarnia and surrounding area. Her extensive knowledge and skills in the area of ABI, Orthopaedic, and Soft Tissue Injuries has enabled individuals to return to completing their activities of daily living and /or return to work. She is certified and trained in PGAP.

Ms. Farrell is a licensed Occupational Therapist practising in the London and greater area. She is certified and trained in PGAP and is a Canadian Certified Life Care Planner. She has worked in the private rehabilitation field for more than 15 years, with a particular interest in the treatment of chronic pain disorders. Kelly has experience testifying in court and has been sworn in as an expert witness in the court of Ontario.

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