APTA has announced that the 2021 Combined Sections Meeting will be transitioned to a virtual event and take place February 1-28, 2021. This decision was made in the interest of participant health and safety. For details, please see the full notice posted by APTA.

What To Expect
APTA is actively developing this virtual experience, but you can expect:

  • On-demand continuing education sessions, programmed by our 18 specialty sections.
  • Select live programming throughout the month of February 2021, including special lectures and speaker Q&As.
  • Digital posters featuring audio narration by presenters.
  • Interactive chat functionality for on-demand sessions and digital posters over the duration of the conference.
  • Unlimited access for low prices.
  • Additional events, meetings, and engagement opportunities.
CSM 2021 - Home Health Section ProgramMING sCHEDULE
CSM 2021 Website

 If you have any additional questions, please contact APTA member services



Celebrating Our Centennial

In 2021, the American Physical Therapy Association will celebrate 100 years as a member association—and launch our next century as the largest community for physical therapists, physical therapist assistants, and students. On this landmark occasion we want to embrace our rich history and generate momentum toward our exciting future. We want you to engage, celebrate, and serve, as we raise awareness about our great profession and enshrine a proud legacy for future generations. 





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Membership Benefits

Home Health Section benefits grow as needs of our members change: 

  • Members-only website resources
  • Discussion circles
  • Discounts on section-sponsored continuing education, including seminars and audio conferences
  • Quarterly print publication, The Quarterly Report
  • E-news publication, House Call
  • Access to expertise in areas where you have questions or need support
  • Discounts on publications and resources
  • Advocacy with regulatory agencies and organizations for improvements in home health practice
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