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support worker


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support worker n.

support worker n.

support worker n.

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(in the health service) a nursing auxiliary or assistant, physiotherapy helper, occupational therapy helper, speech and language therapy assistant, foot-care assistant, or ward clerk. Support workers in nursing care work under the supervision of registered practitioners (see health-care assistant).

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