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Mosey’s 5 levels

Parallel Group A group composed of patients who have the ability to trust others enough to tolerate being with more than one person at a time.
Parallel Group: OT Role Provides boundaries,Explains purpose,Explains expectations for behavior,Provides feedback on performance.
Parallel Group: Goal To have each patient work on his own chosen task while,sharing space with other patients
Project Group A group experience in which the patients are expected to come together to interact with each other in casual conversation and in order to complete a short term task (about ½ hour work period).
Project Group: OT Role plans and presents the short term task,available during the work period to support, assist, and guide patients as needed.
Project Group: Goal provide patients with the opportunity for trial and error,learning for group interaction around a task, and for a balance of cooperative and competitive experiences.
Egocentric-Cooperative Group Patients come together to work on a task that is completed in 1 or 2 work sessions (1 hr.)
Egocentric-Cooperative Group: OT Role Democratic Leader,makes suggestions and allows patients to choose and carry out the task and group plan,Resource for facilitating task completion and a support that promotes an atmosphere of acceptance and safety.
Egocentric-Cooperative Group: Goals To have a task group in which the patients will learn to,identify group norms and goals,use their own knowledge and skills to respond in the group,experiment with different group roles,identify themselves as a group member with rights,respect the right,
Cooperative Group Cohesive group in which patients come together to express and share their needs thoughts and feelings and in which they listen to each other The task is used to promote sharing and listening, and does not seek to produce an end product.
Cooperative Group: OT Role Advisor rather than a leader,Helps for the group Initiates the task experience,Becomes a participant who freely shares her thoughts and feelings
Cooperative Group: Goals Provide an experience for the patient that helps them to share,thoughts,feelings,values,common interests,Gain pleasure and satisfaction from the shared experience
Mature Group Patients independently select, plan, and complete a group task which is time limited and produces a specific end productFunction of the group and group needs have priority over individual needs,The task experience is processed in order to help patients
Mature Group: OT Role Group member, not the identified leader
Mature Group: Goals Provide an activity that will allow the individual patient to put aside his needs for the betterement of the group and to help the group accomplish it's goal
Created by: mbrisard
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