What does “independently” mean?

What does “independently” mean?

Staff who are not yet “authorized” cannot conduct “authorized” work without the assistance, support and guidance of an experienced Authorized Child Welfare Professional, including one’s supervisor. Ideally, this oversight would be provided in person, however in extenuating circumstances may be offered remotely.

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