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Occupational Therapy Practice in Community Aged Care in Australia Questionnaire

Approaches, models, frames of reference, assessments and interventions used by occupational therapists practicing in community aged care in Australia

This questionnaire seeks to gather information from occupational therapists currently practicing in community aged care in Australia regarding the approaches, models, frames of reference, assessments and interventions they use in practice. Please note that for the purpose of this questionnaire, community aged care refers to occupational therapy services provided to people living in the community who are aged 65 years and older or 50 years and older for people who identify as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander. That is, in a non-residential and non-hospital setting.

 

Data obtained from this questionnaire will answer this research question:

What approaches, models, frames of reference, assessments and interventions are being used by occupational therapists practicing in community aged care in Australia?

 

To be eligible to participate in this questionnaire, participants must be:

  • Currently registered as an occupational therapist with AHPRA,

  • Currently practicing as an occupational therapist in Australia, and

  • Currently practicing as an occupational therapist in community aged care.

 

Please read the Participant Information Sheet before commencing this questionnaire.

 

There are 26 questions in this survey.