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social work

Organized work intended to advance the social conditions of a community, and especially of the disadvantaged, by providing psychological counseling, guidance, and assistance, especially in the form of social services.

social worker n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: worker - someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged)social worker - someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged)
almoner, medical social worker - an official in a British hospital who looks after the social and material needs of the patients
public servant - someone who holds a government position (either by election or appointment)
sociální pracovník
socijalni radnik
szociális munkás
사회 복지사
socialni delavec
người làm công tác xã hội

social worker

nassistente m/f sociale

social worker

مُوَظَفُ خَدَمَاتٍ اجْتِمَاعِيّة sociální pracovník socialarbejder Sozialarbeiter κοινωνικός λειτουργός asistente social, trabajador social sosiaalityöntekijä assistant social socijalni radnik assistente sociale ソーシャルワーカー 사회 복지사 maatschappelijk werker sosialarbeider pracownik opieki społecznej assistente social социальный работник socialarbetare นักสังคมสงเคราะห์ sosyal hizmetler görevlisi người làm công tác xã hội 社会福利工作者
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Filipe Duarte, the petitioner and social worker, member of the Canadian Association of Social Workers (CASW), also staked his support for Amira.
Andrew Errington, Principal Social Worker for Adults for Coventry City Council, said: We know social workers leave the profession for all sorts of reasons, either personal or professional, but Im really pleased we are able to offer this route back so we can make sure Coventry benefits from the recruitment of skilled and experienced social workers.
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Bernadette Johansen and Rob Mitchell have been nominated for the Principal Social Worker of the Year prize and have been invited to an awards ceremony in London, in November.
She was appointed principal social worker for adult social care in Gateshead in 2013.
Chief Social Worker for Children and Families Isabelle Trowler said: "I'm determined to ensure we earn the public's respect and confidence in our profession by ensuring that every child and family social worker is properly supported to do the job society needs them to do.
After two weeks a social worker came to see me and said he couldn't understand my concern - nothing's wrong.
There were also three others including an adva d nced social worker and a newly qualified staff member employed via an agency, making 25 out of a total of 207 social workers in CYPD were on temporary contracts.
Thus, although we did not intend to conduct a systematic review, and although we do not claim that our ultimate review meets all of the recommended steps of a systematic review, we believe that the following findings have value in adding to the social work profession's limited knowledge base regarding the comparison of social worker and non--social worker outcomes.
For many referral sources, particularly social workers, certification and continuing education (CE) are requirements that usually come at a high cost.
By the end of 2015, licensed social workers will total 500,000, and another 950,000 will be added during 2016-2020," Minister of Civil Affairs Li Liguo told Xinhua, citing the long-term plan (2011-2020) for developing a national social work system.
Ways by which work-related pressure may 'spill over' to affect the social worker in her or his personal life is also explored.

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