During a busy placement it is easy to forget about the real reason you are there Whatever terminology you use — ‘service users’, ‘clients’, ‘patients’ or ‘customers’ — the fact remains that people are at the heart of social work. This chapter will help you to understand why service user participation and the promotion of equality are central to the value base underpinning social work practice It will also help you to keep service users at the centre of your practice and to learn from their experiences and expertise.
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