Definition of Casework

1. Noun. Close sociological study of a maladjusted person or family for diagnosis and treatment.

Generic synonyms: Social Service, Welfare Work



Definition of Casework

1. Noun. the work required to deal with cases in any profession where a "case" has a specific definition (eg. legal, social work, planning, etc.). ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Casework

1. a form of social work [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Casework

caseous osteitis
caseous pneumonia
caseous rhinitis
caseous tubercle
caser
casern
caserne
casernes
caserns
casers
cases
cases in point
casette
casettes
casewise
casework (current term)
caseworker
caseworkers
caseworks
caseworm
caseworms
cash
cash-and-carry
cash-back
cash-box
cash-boxes
cash-flow
cash-strapped
cash account
cash advance

Literary usage of Casework

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1. Supervising Child Protective Services Caseworkers by Thomas D. Morton, Marsha K. Salus (1995)
"Monitoring activities and outcomes enables the supervisor to track client progress as well as the caseworker's completion of essential casework functions. ..."

2. Self-Neglect Among the Elderly: Maintaining Continuity of Self by Susanna D. Bozinovski (1998)
"it may take considerable casework before there is understanding about the extent to which the neglect is voluntary, the client ' s capacity to choose, ..."

3. Human Rights Watch World Report 1997 by Human Rights Watch (Organization), Human Rights Watch Staff (1996)
"Congressional casework Human Rights Watch continued to work closely with three casework ... The goals of the congressional casework groups are three-fold. ..."

4. Child Neglect: A Guide for Intervention by James M. Jr. Gaudin (1995)
"Intensive, Problem-Focused casework/Counseling Techniques ... weekly, inhome casework-counseling focusing on concrete problem solving is effective with ..."

5. Human Rights Watch World Report 1998 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1997)
"CONGRESSIONAL casework Human Rights Watch continued to work closely with three casework ... The goal s of the congressional casework groups are threefold. ..."

6. The FBI Laboratory: An Investigation Into Laboratory Practices and Alleged by Michael R. Bromwich (1998)
"The Laboratory's 1989 Reviews of Rudolph's casework In August 1989, the Laboratory conducted two partial reviews of Rudolph's casework. ..."

7. Human Rights Watch World Report 1992 by Human Rights Watch (Organization (1991)
"CONGRESSIONAL casework Human Rights Watch continued to work closely with two casework groups composed of members of Congress — the Congressional Friends of ..."

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