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caseworker

kayswur ker

  • n  someone employed to provide social services (especially to the disadvantaged)

  • Graham told police she contacted Rilya's DCF caseworker several times after that and was reassured that Rilya would eventually return.
  • The nationwide average is 25 children per caseworker, the Texas ratio is 43 to every one caseworker, Lightsey says, and more foster care is needed.
  • His social caseworker enrolled Jensen in job-training placement schemes and courses.
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  • Bill Clinton in FOXNews
    Bill Clinton joked about the speculation."I am under no illusions as to why I'm here,he said.You were so desperate for a Democrat with any name recognition at all who isn't running for president that you resorted to the chief caseworker to the...
  • Charlie Crist in Orlando Sentinel
    This remarkable technology will greatly increase the state's ability to support and protect Florida's most vulnerable citizens,Crist said Thursday. "By increasing accountability and the time a caseworker can spend with families, Florida's...
  • Chris Gregoire in The Olympian
    My passion for child welfare has guided my career - one of my first jobs out of college was as a caseworker and, as governor, I still work every day to improve the lives of Washington children,Gregoire said. "These bills open doors, offer...

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