Received: 30 August 2018
Accepted: 25 February 2019
First Online: 12 March 2019
: DH was the incumbent of the position described in this study, at the time of the research. LV and KL were senior occupational therapists at the service, and GP and KS were senior staff at the partner university.
: This study received ethical approval from the Melbourne Health Human Research Ethics Committee (QA QA2014029). All participants received a plain language statement, and they were informed consent was assumed if they returned a response to the survey.
: Not applicable.
: The lead author was the incumbent in the Lead Research Occupational Therapist position described in this study. However, the interpretation of the data in this study has been shared amongst all of the authors, and measures have been taken to reduce the potential influence of their personal and/or financial relationship with other people or organizations.
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