How the Home Health Section Works
The Section is governed by an elected board of directors, all of whom are available to discuss issues affecting the Association and the physical therapy profession. In addition to the Board of Directors, Section members participate in committee and task force activities. The actions taken by the Board, committees and task forces are member-directed.
The Section president is responsible for governing and directing all section activities. The Section delegate participates in the House of Delegates, which is the highest decision-making body of the Association, and makes decisions on issues that frequently have far-reaching implications for the Association and the profession.
Information on the Home Health Section officers can be found on the Leadership page.
You must be a member of the American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) in order to join the Home Health Section. All APTA and component memberships, including those for the Home Health Section, are processed and maintained by APTA, which updates components monthly regarding Section memberships.
Please contact APTA directly to join the Section or change your membership profile. Most of these activities can be conducted through APTA's website. If you are already an APTA member, please be sure to login to APTA's site first as this will expand the options available to you.
Join / Renew your Section membership
Not sure if you are a Home Health Section member? Section memberships are designated by a single letter code on your APTA membership card. The letter designation for the Home Health Section is "B".
The Home Health Section PARTNER Program is intended for organizations and individuals who are not eligible for membership in the Home Health Section of the American Physical Therapy Association. CLICK HERE for complete details.