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how the duty of care affects the work of a social care worker?
The duty of care is important in a socila worker's job because it is their primary job to give care and attention. [ They are the one's who's needing to give more care than other people because of their position and people they handle, people who are disteressed, abused and in need of intensive care. ]
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