Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP™)
What is PGAP™?
The primary goal of Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP™) is to reduce psychosocial barriers to rehabilitation progress, promote re-integration into daily life activities, increase quality of life and facilitate a return to work. Its goals are achieved via structured activity scheduling, graded-activity involvement, goal setting, problem solving, achievement tracking and motivational support.
The Official Disability Guideline (ODG) consistently recommends a psychosocial rehabilitation approach for delayed recovery clients. PGAP™ consistently demonstrates reduced medical expenditures of 50% within the first 12 months and reduced time loss due to increased return-to-work rates (Chronic to Early Intervention rates are 45-86%). Further more, organizations such as the American College of Occupational & Environmental Medicine and the Social Security and Veterans Administration have recognized PGAP™ as a treatment guideline for individuals experiencing psychosocial barriers related to returning to work.
Who should participate in PGAP™?
PGAP™ is appropriate for many individuals who are occupationally disabled due to illness or injury and are experiencing delayed recovery beyond established treatment guidelines. Whether the individual has been disabled for 4 weeks or for multiple years, PGAP™ delivers a standardized cost effective way to approach occupational disability intervention.
Who are our PGAP™ consultants?
Strategic Consulting Services’ PGAP™ consultants are trained directly by Dr. Michael Sullivan from the University Center for Research on Pain & Disability. Our PGAP™ consultants administer proven treatment methods and standardized community based intervention during a PGAP™ in collaboration with Life TEAM Health to ensure quality standards and outcomes management.
For further information about Life TEAM Health, please visit www.lifeteamhealth.com
For further information about Dr. Michael Sullivan, please visit http://www.pdp-pgap.com/pgap/en/index.html
To proceed with a referral, please call 253.661.5550.
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