For the past several years, many social workers have utilized the services of various disciplines as members of interdisciplinary teams as one approach to practice. There is ample evidence that social workers are increasingly beginning to utilize the newly constructed service of the Homemaker-Home Health Aide (H/HHA) when working with various client populations.1 In the United States, there are approximately 74,000 H/HHAs who provide social welfare and health services to the aged, disabled, and chronically ill. 2 By 1985, there is a projected need for three times this number.3
Fashimpar, Gary A. and Grinnell, Richard M. Jr.
"The Homemaker-Home Health Aide,"
The Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare: Vol. 5
, Article 8.
Available at: https://scholarworks.wmich.edu/jssw/vol5/iss5/8
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