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The data set available for benchmark analysis was 1711 patients/clients treated from admission to discharge by OT with the study period. In the patients/client group ‘‘acquired neurological disease’’ there were 288 patients/clients in which there were 160 Cerebral Vascular Accident (CVA) cases, 22 head injury cases, 4 Guillan Barre patients/clients and 102 other ‘‘acquired neurological’’ conditions. It was found that ‘‘multi-factorial’’ was the most common reason for OT involvement, accounting for over half the patients/clients.