Definitions for "Social work"
Supportive service for psychosocial adjustment and intervention, financial resources, and discharge planning.
Professional efforts to restore or enhance social, psychosocial, or biopsychosocial functioning of individuals, couples, families, groups, organizations, and communities, with attention to the person-in-environment situations.
Keywords:  worker, lcsw, basw, envisaged, msw
work of benefit to those in need of help, especially work undertaken by trained staff. Social work remains an action-oriented subject in which individual and social change play key parts; work of benefit to those in need of help, especially work undertaken by trained staff.
The provision of interpersonal help normally to meet a person's short term needs. The term was first adopted by social scientists at the beginning of the 20th century to describe the social 'engineers' whom they envisaged putting their theories into practice. The term began to be more widely used in the 1970s following the establishment of social work and social services departments and BASW.
Applied to books intended for social workers or students of social work. Services can be educational, psychiatric, nursing, services to the disabled, etc.
Keywords:  welfare, poor, children, aid, aged
any of various services designed to aid the poor and aged and to increase the welfare of children
Specialized treatment of mental or emotional disorders, including substance abuse.
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