What would @adam suggest as an alternative to 'client' when a supervisor makes an informal but public statement directly addressing underling social workers who "work with" the homeless?
In a jurisdiction that has banned capital punishment except for serious grammar crimes?
More concise + accurate (if not precise) than "client?"
How does "godforsaken pieces of feces who are currently experiencing homelessness, a mental disorder and/or acute macncheese toxicity" sound? It's not racist anyway.
@SmedleyButler Call them by their preferred pronoun? I'm pretty sure it isn't "client"