January 2009
Community Care;1/8/2009, Issue 1752, p66
The article offers information on an anecdote related to senior practitioner in children's social services, Rosie Warlock, on the definition of a door handle. She was involved in the development of local children's centers. In a meeting, she got stuck on the discussion about when is a door handle not a door handle. She outbursted on this and later apologized for it, feeling embarrassed. Later, she got an electronic mail saying that they had forgotten to discuss the fencing in the rubbish bin.


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