Case Recording in Rehabilitation: A Report
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Vocational Rehabilitation Administration, 1964 - Rehabilitation - 99 pages
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20 items activity administrative agency program agree somewhat feel author discusses beginning counselors C. H. Patterson caption and recording caseload client and counselor closure Committee comunication counseling current case records degrees of freedom disagree somewhat strongly disagree strongly agree Division of Vocational effective recording employment evaluation examine feel neutral disagree FSAA functions groups individual initial interview job levels learning experiences Manitoba and Minneapolis means methods Missouri narrative non-counselors non-state counselors objectives optional caption Oregon persons physical restoration Post Office Box present problems professional Public Assistance purposes of recording questionnaire rank order correlation ranks lower record usage recording practices Regional rehabilitation agencies rehabilitation plan Rehabilitation Services relationship respondents serve significant Social Casework specific staff development status strongly agree agree strongly disagree strongly summary supervision supervisors Table teaching tend type of recording University of Washington Utah Vocational Rehabilitation Welfare workers