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The project officer (second author) distributed 109 music preference surveys amongst the CCSSCI client base in 2013 and a hundred were completed.
With an increasing number of older adults living in the community in Victoria and decreasing aged care funding for residential facilities, music therapists must work closely with community organisations such as CCSSCI in order to provide appropriate services for the older Chinese population, a trend fostered by resource-oriented music therapy and community music therapy models discussed in this paper.
Acknowledgements: A special thanks to CCSSCI, Evelyn Lee (previous HBPML project officer), Jean Tinney (NARI) and Ann Reilly (AAV) for their support, friendship and guidance in this program.