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There will be occasions when the client has a disability and the practice has to be in a position to ensure that it is able to ensure there is no discrimination exercised in such circumstance. Policies should be adopted and vigorously applied.
Also, it is often the case that the practice will find at some point in their instructions that they are unable, generally because they lack a particular expertise, to continue. This point must be recognised and dealt with not only for the well being of the client but also for the alleviation of risk to the practice. Where this happens or is anticipated the practice must apply its policy on this without exception.
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