Decisions about location of services sometimes appear to be made more on the basis of agency preference than assessment of need. Today the profession has enough experience with service locations that it is possible to develop more clear guidelines for the decision about where work with clients should take place, in the client’s home or nearby community or in the practitioner’s office. This study was conducted with two purposes; 1) to identify at a higher level of evidence the various reasons for seeing clients in their own homes and nearby community setting; and 2) to demonstrate how readily available information can be used to gradually increase the level of evidence by which practice decisions are made.
Meek, Harriet W.
"Client Home or Agency Office? How Do We Decide Where to See Our Clients?,"
Journal of Family Strengths:
1, Article 8.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.library.tmc.edu/jfs/vol10/iss1/8