American Speech-Language-Hearing Association

Issues in Home Care

Working in home care allows clinicians to treat clients in their natural environment and to provide functional strategies and counseling to their family members and caregivers. Reimbursement and documentation processes require a thorough understanding of the differences between home care and other health care settings. ASHA membership data indicate that approximately 5% of SLPs work in home health. Information is provided here for those working in home health, as well as those considering this setting.

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National Association for Home Care and Hospice

American Association for Homecare

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