Caseworker (noun)

A social worker who assists individuals, families, and communities in resolving personal and social problems.

Origin:

From the phrase 'case work' meaning work performed on a specific case.

Examples:

  1. The caseworker was responsible for helping families in need, providing them with resources and support.
  2. The caseworker worked with children who had been taken into care, helping to find them a safe and loving home.
  3. The caseworker helped clients access healthcare, education, and other important services.
  4. The caseworker was an advocate for her clients, ensuring that their voices were heard and their rights were protected.
  5. The caseworker was a trained professional, with a deep understanding of the complex social and economic issues that her clients faced.
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