Progressive Goal Attainment Program

Progressive Goal Attainment Program (PGAP) is a treatment program that helps workers who have been injured on the job to recover by increasing their activity. Clients meet with an Activity Coach once a week for a maximum of 10 weeks.  Initial stages focus on structured activity to help the client resume activities.  Final stages focus on activities that facilitate reintegration into the workplace.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with a Return-to-Work Focus

PGAP is an evidence-based intervention program aimed at reducing risk factors for prolonged disability.

Participation in PGAP can lead to an increase in quality of life, it can facilitate return to work, prevent long-term disability, promote re-integration into life-role activities, and reduce psychosocial barriers to the rehabilitation process. 

Workers may qualify for PGAP if...

They have not returned to work around four weeks after the date of injury

Surgery is not likely in the near future

They have not improved with early interventions such as physical therapy


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