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Print Resource — US Letter — 3 pages






Sometimes formal assessments cannot measure changes, but the Goal Attainment Scale (GAS) is one way to show possible changes after therapy. GAS is a helpful way to identify and work toward achieving goals that are meaningful to the patient. This clinical resource provides directions and examples for using the GAS during the evaluation and therapy.
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