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The group will provide you with guidance on how to treat gestational diabetes.
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All men who turn 40 this year are eligible for the Virtual Health Check and Personal Coaching.
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Organisations, parishes, foundations, limited companies, associations and private service providers can apply for an grant for organising after-school activities.
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Associations in Helsinki can apply for a grant for their operations. Grants can be applied for online or by delivering the applications to the City of Helsinki Registrar's Office. Grants cannot be applied for by email.
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Groups that meet at health stations are intended to support self-treatment and to give patients the possibility to share their experiences. The discussions cover issues related to self-treatment.
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In group family daycare, two family daycare caregivers work in premises provided by the city. The maximum group size is eight children. The group can also include two pre-primary education aged or two school-aged children part time.
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Group family daycare is provided by two family daycare caregivers in premises of the City of Helsinki. The maximum group size is eight children. The group can also include two pre-schoolers or schoolchildren in the afternoon. Group family daycare centres are open for nine hours between 7.00 and 17.00. For more detailed information on opening hours, please see the service location's details or contact Service guidance for early childhood education or the family daycare supervisor.
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Group therapy is structured, goal-oriented, fixed-term therapy which utilises peer support.
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Guaranteed loans can be used to construct regular rental housing but not housing for special groups.
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Playgrounds and family houses provide guidance for families who have recently had their first baby. Infant family guidance is a follow-up service for the family coaching offered at the maternity and child health clinics (neuvola).
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Sports Services also has 12 gyms and five weight-training halls in Helsinki.
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In the service centres' gyms, you can train on your own or take part in instructed groups.
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The Harakka Nature Centre offers visitors encounters with nature, activities, and information on the Baltic Sea, maritime nature and sustainable living.
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Harakka Nature School offered exploration days for schools.
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Health and social welfare guidance related to the risk use of drugs.
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People in need of urgent medical care have the right to receive treatment regardless of their nationality. The right to other health care services is determined by the kind of residence permit the foreign person has.
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A Helsinki resident without a permanent home can receive health station services and psychiatric outpatient services from the location from where they request them.
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Senior health check-ups examine older people's general state of health.
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At a health check-up, we will examine your general state of health.
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Families can choose to have the age-specific check-up of their 3-year-old child carried out at a maternity and child health clinic or daycare centre.
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