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Glossary of social services terms

Glossary of social services terms

English into English and Urdu

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Published by Wordbank Group in Leicester .
Written in English


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StatementWordbank Group.
ContributionsHamid, Jaffar., Hillman, Jane.
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Open LibraryOL14256092M

SOCIAL POLICY GLOSSARY. Professor Sheila B. Kamerman. October Absolute Poverty Line. A fixed level of cash (money) income. In the U.S. this is set to cover a minimally nutritionally adequate diet and assumes that food constitutes one -third of family income needs. The line is adjusted for family size and, annually, for increases in theFile Size: 99KB. Glossary of Social Work Terms Prepared for the Canadian Human Rights Commission1 By: Michelle Sturtridge February 1. Reason for Intervention: Duty to Report: everyone has a duty to report child abuse and neglect under Canadian child welfare laws if he/she knows or suspects that child abuse is occurring. Professionals who workFile Size: KB.

[/column_1] [/column_1] [/column_1] Glossary of Social Security Terms Appeal (Appeal Rights) You have a right to appeal against the decision by the SSA regarding your eligibility for social security or SSI benefits. You can initiate the appeals procedure once you have received a letter from SSA intimating you about their decision. Application for Benefits This. Definition: Accredited courses providing essential knowledge and skills needed for beginning and advanced study in the social work field, minimally including: values and ethics, diversity, populations-at-risk and social and economic justice, human behavior and the social environment, social welfare policy and services, social work practice.

  A social work practitioner whose knowledge and skills encompass a broad spectrum and who assesses problems and their soultions comprehensively. The generalist often coordinates the efforts of specialists by facilitating communication between them, thereby fostering continuity of care. This glossary is a tool to help teachers better understand the language of social studies. It was not created to be a study guide for vocabulary tests, as learning social studies vocabulary is best done in context. The glossary is for use in conjunction with the social studies portion of Michigan's Clarifying Language in Michigan Benchmarks (MI CliMB), and other projects, to provide teachers.


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Over 1, entries. This new dictionary provides over 1, A-Z definitions of terms from the field of social care, concentrating on social work as a significant area within this field. Covering social work theories, methods, policies, organizations, and statutes, as well as key terms from interdisciplinary topics such as health and education, this is the most up-to-date dictionary of its kind available.

Social Security is based on a simple concept: While you work, you pay taxes into the Social Security system, and when you retire or become disabled, you, your spouse, and your dependent children receive monthly benefits that are based on your reported earnings.

Also, your survivors can collect benefits if. The Sacramento Superior Court (California) has provided a glossary of legal terminology that has been translated into multiple languages, including: English, Arabic, Armenian, Hindi, Hmong, Mien, Mong, Punjabi, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Urdu and Vietnamese.

The Minnesota Judicial Branch has glossaries of legal terminology in multiple languages, including: Spanish. this Glossary appears as an Appendix in my book Sociocultural Systems: Principles of Structure and Change.

I intend to continue to update it as the need and opportunity arise. A Absolute poverty. Poverty as defined in terms of the minimal requirements necessary to afford minimal standards of food, clothing, health care, and shelter.

Achieved status. A position attained through personal ability and Size: KB. GLOSSARY OF TERMS This document is a glossary of terms and their meanings that encompasses the breadth of sector development work currently underway in the social service and community Size: KB.

Human Services Glossary of Terms & Acronyms Page | 3 ASAM - American Society of Addiction Medicine, Patient Placement Criteria, Second Edition-Revised.

These are the clinical guidelines Glossary of social services terms book for matching clients to the appropriate level of care for the treatment of substance-related disorders. Glossary of social work language Accountability A recent but now central principle of professional and organisational life in which the decisions, actions, and performance of individuals and teams are considered ‘accountable’.

The context is the provision of public services such as healthcare or community services and in settings such as government agencies, community centres, legal settings, educational institutions, and social services.

Other terms have been used to describe community interpreting such as “public service interpreting”, “cultural interpreting.

CDSS Translated Terms and Definitions NOTICE. Attached you will find a copy of our English Glossary and target language Vocabulary Lists. Each one of them is a dynamic document in that it is always a work in progress where new terms are constantly being added and existing terms are being improved or marked obsolete.

Support for leaders and managers in social care to help them improve work for staff and the quality of care they provide. Find out more; Managing a service; Managing people; Community, asset and strength based approaches; Commissioning and planning the workforce; Developing leaders and managers; Support for registered managers.

Glossary of health and social care terms Introduction This document has been produced for Assembly Members and other stakeholders to provide a summary of general terms used within the health and social care sector in Wales.

The document is not all-encompassing but provides some of the most common words and definitions used. Lives Improvement. Written by two leading figures in the field, and a team of eleven contributors, A Dictionary of Social Work and Social Care is a must-have for students of social work, social care, and related subjects, as well as for qualified social workers undertaking continuing professional development by: CALIFORNIA DEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES LANGUAGE SERVICES Attached you will find a copy of our English/Spanish Glossary.

The Glossary is a dynamic document in that it is always a work in progress where new terms are constantly being added and the existing terms are being improved or marked Size: KB.

Glossary Accommodation When existing schemas change on the basis of new information. Actor-observer bias or difference When we tend to make more personal attributions for the behavior of others than we do for ourselves and to make more situational attributions for our own behavior than for the behavior of others.

Additive task A task where the inputs of each group member are added together to. Glossary of Social Care Terms. Below is a list of commonly used social care terms that we feel sometimes need a little more explanation. IMCA services are a statutory advocacy requirement for people lacking capacity about accommodation, serious medical treatment, Safeguarding, Care Review and/or where their liberty is being deprived.

Base years: A wage earner's base years for computing Social Security benefits are the years after up to the year of entitlement to retirement or disability insurance benefits.

For a survivor's claim, the base years include the year of the worker's death. Bend points: The dollar amounts that mark where the primary insurance amount formula changes based on average indexed monthly. Richard Titmuss' definition of social services a series of collective interventions that contribute to the general welfare by assigning claims from one set of people who are said to produce or earn the national income to another set of people who may merit compassion and charity.

Social Work Glossary: The MyMSW Field Guide Series [Norris LCSW, Harvey] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Social Work Glossary: Author: Harvey Norris LCSW. 24) Older people Older people are the largest group of people who use adult social care services.

Many councils define people over the age of 50 as ‘older’, but social care services for older people are usually for people over the age of 65– unless you have particular needs that make you eligible before this age. 5 Key Terms Every Social Worker Should Know If you’re interested in social work, you’ll need to become knowledgeable about a number of concepts related to your chosen field.

What can make this somewhat difficult is that many terms used in the arena of social work have more complex meaning than they do in regular conversation. Over 1, entriesThe new edition of this dictionary has been fully revised to provide up-to-date definitions of terms from the field of social care, concentrating on social work as a significant area within this field.

Covering social work theories, methods, policies, organizations, and statutes, as well as key terms from interdisciplinary topics such as health and education, this is the most.Social Psychology Glossary This glossary defines many of the key terms used in class lectures and assigned readings.

A Altruism—A motive to increase another's welfare without conscious regard for one's own self-interest. Availability Heuristic—A cognitive rule, or mental shortcut, in which we judge how likely something is by how easy it is to think of cases.This new dictionary provides over 1, A-Z definitions of terms from the field of social care, concentrating on social work as a significant area within this field.

Covering social work theories, methods, policies, organizations, and statutes, as well as key terms from interdisciplinary topics such as health and education, this is the most up-to-date dictionary of its kind available.