Mod I and Mod A what does it mean? | allnurses

Mod I and Mod A what does it mean?

  1. 0 In my notes i wrote down:

    Mod I
    Mod A

    Care Plans

    I always write down important things my rn orientation nurse tells me. I just cant remember what mod i and mod a mean.

    anyone know?
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  3. Visit  traumaRUs profile page
    Moving to nursing student assistance forum.
  4. Visit  Esme12 profile page
    It has to be facility specific.....I have no idea.
  5. Visit  GrnTea profile page
    This is classic PT/OT-speak for modified assistance and modified independence. You will also see Max and Min, for maximum and minimum.
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  6. Visit  Esme12 profile page
    I know what that is.....I thought had something to do with care a mod I care plan ...... silly me....LOL
  7. Visit  JillyRN profile page
    What GrnTea said. We used Mod I and Mod A in PM&R (Physical medicine and rehabilitation) to describe the patients ADL status. If they were allowed to move around their room without assistance they'd be on Mod I status or Mod A if they required someone to assist.
  8. Visit  NursingBro profile page
    wow nice dog lol

    i can tell he is a funny dog
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    Thanks....she's my best friend and the house clown!!!!
  10. Visit  TheCommuter profile page
    Mod A = Moderate Assistance

    Mod I = Modified Independence

    Also: SBA = Standby Assistance, CGA = Contact Guard Assistance, Min A = Minimal Assistance, Max A = Maximal Assistance, Total A = Total Assistance or Totally Dependent
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