Social services means foster care, adoption, adoption assistance, child-protective services, domestic violence services, or any other services program implemented in accordance with regulations adopted by the Board. Social services also includes adult services pursuant to Article 4 (§ 51.5-144 et seq.) of Chapter 14 of Title 51.5 and adult protective services pursuant to Article 5 (§ 51.5-148) of Chapter 14 of Title 51.5 provided by local departments of social services in accordance with regulations and under the supervision of the Commissioner for Aging and Rehabilitative Services.
Social worker means a person with a master's or further
Social study means a written evaluation of matters relevant to the disposition of the case and shall contain the following information:
Social Media means web-based applications and on-line forums that allow users to interact, share and publish content such as text, links, photos, audio and video;
Social Engineering Fraud means the intentional misleading of an Employee through the use of a Communication, where such Communication:
Social Housing has the meaning attributed to it in Section 68 of the HRA 2008;
Clinical social worker means a person who practices social work as defined in § 54.1-3700.
Social Distancing means keeping space between yourself and other people by staying at least 6 feet from other people.
Social Security means the old-age survivors and disability section of the Federal Social Security Act;
Licensed clinical social worker means an individual who meets the licensed clinical social worker requirements established in KRS 335.100.
Participating Clinical Social Worker means a Clinical Social Worker who has a written agreement with the Claim Administrator or another Blue Cross and/or Blue Shield Plan to provide services to you at the time services are rendered.
Social Enterprise means a business that: (i) is owned by a non-profit organization or community services co-operative; (ii) is directly involved in the production and/or selling of goods and services for the combined purpose of generating income and achieving social, cultural, and/or environmental aims; and (iii) has a defined social and/or environmental mandate.
Social development company means a company whose primary purpose in Sudan is to provide humanitarian goods or services, including medicine or medical equipment, agricultural supplies or infrastructure, educational opportunities, journalism-related activities, information or information materials, spiritual-related activities, services of a purely clerical or reporting nature, food, clothing, or general consumer goods that are unrelated to oil-related activities, mineral extraction activities, or power production activities.
Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Individuals means those individuals who are citizens of the United Stated (or lawfully admitted permanent residents) and who are women, Black Americans, Hispanic Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Pacific Americans, or Asian-Indian Americans and any other minorities of individuals found to be disadvantaged by the Small Business Administration pursuant to Section 8 (a) of the Small Business Act, RIPTA shall make a rebuttal presumption the individuals in the following groups are socially and economically disadvantaged. RIPTA may also determine, on a case-by-case basis, that individuals who are not a member of one of the following groups are socially and economically disadvantaged:
Greatest social need means the need caused by noneconomic factors, which include physical and mental disabilities, language barriers, and cultural, geographic or social isolation including isolation caused by racial or ethnic status, that restrict an individual’s ability to perform normal daily tasks or that threaten the older individual’s capacity to live independently.
Health practitioner includes physicians and surgeons, psychiatrists, psychologists, dentist, residents, interns, podiatrists, chiropractors, licensed nurses, dental hygienists, optometrist, or any other person who is licensed under Division 2 (commencing with Section 500) of the Business and Professions Code; marriage, family, and child counselors; emergency medical technicians I or II, paramedics, or other persons certified pursuant to Division 2.5 (commencing with Section 1797) of the Health and Safety Code; psychological assistants registered pursuant to Section 2913 of the Business and Professions Code; marriage, family, and child counselor trainees as defined in subdivision c of Section 4980.03 of the Business and Professions Code; unlicensed marriage, family and child counselor interns registered under Section 4980.44 of the Business and Profession Code; state or county public health employees who treat minors for venereal disease or any other condition; coroners; and paramedics.
Socially and economically disadvantaged individual means any individual who is a citizen (or lawfully admitted permanent resident) of the United States and who is —
health worker means a person who has completed a course of
HMO means any health maintenance organization, managed care organization, any Person doing business as a health maintenance organization or managed care organization, or any Person required to qualify or be licensed as a health maintenance organization or managed care organization under applicable federal or state law (including, without limitation, HMO Regulations).
Adolescent means a Medicaid patient 17 years or younger.
Occupational therapist means an individual who is licensed by a state to practice occupational therapy.
Health history means the record of a person’s past health events obtained in writing, completed by the individual or their physician.
Medicare means that government-sponsored insurance program under Title XVIII, P.L. 89-97, of the Social Security Act, which provides for a health insurance system for eligible elderly and disabled individuals, as set forth at Section 1395, et seq. of Title 42 of the United States Code.
immigration officer means a person appointed as an immigration officer under paragraph 1 of Schedule 2 to the Immigration Act 1971;
Social Security Act means the Social Security Act of 1965 as set forth in Title 42 of the United States Code, as amended, and any successor statute thereto, as interpreted by the rules and regulations issued thereunder, in each case as in effect from time to time. References to sections of the Social Security Act shall be construed to refer to any successor sections.
social infrastructure means community facilities, services and networks that meet social needs and enhance community well-being;