In Chapter 2 it was emphasized that, although the legal and policy context is an extremely important influence on practice, it does not prescribe in fine detail how we should proceed in any particular situation – there is still considerable professional autonomy, in the sense that the individual social worker has to make decisions about what he or she does.
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