If they are to do their job well, social workers need to know many things, including lots of facts. They need to know facts about the law and facts about departmental policies and procedures. They need to gather facts about clients’ situations and compile facts by enquiring, observing, and researching. When they go to court or write a report or apply for a resource, they will be asked to present the facts of the case.
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