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I intend to enroll to study social work in September but before I enrolling I wanted to know if this is the right course for me because I have arthritis in my knee and I wanted to know if it's a physical demanding job. I previously enrolled in mental health nursing but I couldn't continue the placement due to the physical, demanding nature of the job. Furthermore, I want to avoid wasting other precious years of my youth in a course where I won't be able to complete the placement training due to my disability. Please I need honest answers, any information would enlighten me regarding my future.
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