caseworker


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case·work

 (kās′wûrk′)
n.
Social work devoted to the needs of individual clients or cases.

case′work′er n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.caseworker - someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged)caseworker - 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)
Translations

caseworker

[ˈkeɪsˌwɜːkəʳ] Nasistente mf social

caseworker

[ˈkeɪswɜːrr] nassistant(e) m/f social(e)
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The incoming staff will largely be focused on frontline support in field visits, and support staff will reduce administrative burden on caseworkers so they can spend more time with children and families on their caseload.
It is in here that our clients receive free, high-quality legal advice and representation with our professional caseworkers, from help with benefit application forms to preparing for a tribunal.
The challenge is to continuously look for those low-risk, high-volume, repetitive tasks that traditionally take time away from the caseworker and support staff and give those tasks to the "bot.
Martinez told a caseworker that she is innocent and hoped authorities would free her after the case ended.
8220;I think the main reason our turnover rates are so high is that people cannot keep up with paperwork in combination with the emotional toll of the job,” said Morgan Harvey, senior caseworker.
Caseworker productivity has increased by 40 percent; case backlog and case escalations have been practically eliminated.
At last week's hearing, four months after the baby was abandoned, a caseworker told the court that Baby Carlos "loves his foster mom, responds to her voice and interacts well with his siblings," KRPC-TV reported.
Caseworker time spent retrieving information has dropped from days to just seconds.
For example, only 15 percent of any state's TANF grant can be used for administrative costs--including caseworker costs--and states must enforce the work requirement, enforce the 60-month assistance limit, and comply with the terms of CSE (HHS, n.
In Brown's attached statement, the caseworker said Jeanette's sister "became very nervous and started shaking" when Brown asked to inspect her arms and legs.
In my role as caseworker I have much experience with issues such as housing, benefits, planning, general neighbourhood issues.
Paul Keetch (Lib Dem Hereford) *employs his wife Claire Keetch as a caseworker.