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Why communication is key to social work

2 Mar, 2012 by Michelle Drumm

"One of the main things I became aware of during my studies was that when people were given tools that enabled them to visualise their lives, conversations became quite reflective, emotional and philosophical", according to Gayle Rice, Project Manager at IRISS, reflecting on the importance of communication in social work. 

Read more of her thoughts on the subject in her latest blog post featured in the Guardian Social Care Network.

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