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Evaluation of "Let's get organized" - an intervention to improve time management

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About this project

Project information

Projekt Status

In progress

Contact

Marie Holmefur

Research Subject

Research environments

In this project, the intervention Let's get organized (LGO) is evaluated. The purpose of LGO is to enhance time management in daily life and was developed for persons with mental disorder. The LGO is a manual-based group intervention that is based on learning theory and occupational therapy and is organized into 10 weekly sessions. Planning is trained by, for example, making to do-lists, prioritizing and focusing on energy levels and circadian rhythm. A pilot test of the LGO has been conducted as a pre-post study including persons with mental or neurodevelopmental disorder where both quantitative and qualitative data was collected to evaluate the intervention. A pilot-test of the LGO for persons with mild intellectual disability is ongoing.

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Researchers

Research Teams

Research funding bodies

  • Örebro University

Collaborators

  • Afsaneh Hayat Roshanay, Landstinget Uppsala
  • Gunnel Janeslätt, Centrum för Klinisk Forskning, Landstinget i Dalarna
  • Patrik Arvidsson, Vuxenhabiliteringen, Landstinget i Gävleborg
  • Suzanne M White, Suny Downstate Medical Centrer, New York