Do you have to be able to walk to work in Child Protective Services as a social worker?

I have wanted to be a social worker for a very long time. I specifically want to work with Child Protective Services. However, I have a difficult time walking and use a wheelchair the majority of the time. Will I still be able to follow my dream of becoming a social worker? Will my disability prevent me from doing so? and if it will, could you please explain how? Thank you for taking the time to answer me  

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  • 1 month ago

    That doesn't matter. you can't be descriminated against because of a handicap.

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  • Rick
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    1 month ago

    never heard THAT one before, no ............................

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