Social Work and Case Management
Social services case managers are normally men and women that have sociology backgrounds. Their job is to assess the needs of their clients along with their families. Once their needs have been assessed, they are responsible for arranging coordinating and monitoring the available resources to meet the needs that have been identified. To become a social services case manager, it will require a certain amount of work experience, social work education as well as professional credentials. Each individual must also be able to interact well with others including culturally diverse clients. In order to help their clients with what they need, they must also communicate with different types of community resources and a wide range of social service agencies. For those who are interested in pursuing a career in social work case management, the first step is to earn a four year degree in social work or a related area
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