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Family coaching is an interactive and resource-based group activity.
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Maternity and child health clinics
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Maternity clinic work aims to ensure the health of the expectant mother, foetus and new-born, and promote and maintain the health and well-being of the entire family.
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The purpose is to assist spouses in solving their family's issues through the methods of mediation and, in particular, to secure the child's position, if the parents decide to separate.
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Call the number 116 117 before you go to the emergency clinic.
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The assistive equipment services are intended for Helsinkiresidents (over 16 years of age) whose ability to function is reduced.
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Service Centres host a range of different peer support groups and memory cafés for customers who have memory disorders and who are living at home, as well as for their friends and family.
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The memory coordinator can be contacted when the client has trouble dealing with everyday tasks and it is suspected that these stem from a memory disorder.
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Mieppi is a low-threshold mental health service unit offering discussion support for young people over 13 and adults.
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The City environment sector's Environmental Health unit is responsible for monitoring the health conditions of beauty salons, tattoo shops, and other similar hygiene premises.
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The City environment sector's Environmental Health unit is responsible for monitoring the health conditions of public spaces, such as daycare centres, schools, educational institutes, and other common areas.
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Morning activities for comprehensive school pupils are organised at the City's comprehensive schools or playgrounds near schools. Participation in morning activities is voluntary and free of charge. Participating children are not served a separate breakfast, but can bring their own meals to eat during the activities.
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Morning activities for schoolchildren are organised at the City's Finnish and Swedish language schools. Children can participate in the activities before their school classes start in the morning. Afternoon activities for schoolchildren are organised at playgrounds, comprehensive schools or facilities near schools. Children can participate in the activities as soon as their school classes end.
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Short-term care in parks during the morning hours before noon is available for children under school age.
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There is an aim to give the pupil mother tongue or home language (oma äidinkieli tai kotikieli) instruction. Instruction is organised based on registration.
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Service Centres host a range of multicultural activities, such as discussion groups, sports, handicrafts and Finnish language courses.
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In community centres it is easy for people from different cultures to learn to know each other and learn from each other.
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Nature Information System is an Internet service, which enables visitors to browse the City of Helsinki Environment Centre's map-based nature information on, for example, nature reserves and hundreds of other valuable nature sites.
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Nature conservation in Helsinki is based on the Nature Conservation Act (1996). The main goal of nature conservation in the city is to maintain biodiversity.
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Neighbourhood Circles are local 'second living rooms' for the elderly, and are active within a certain residential area. Neighbourhood Circles meet throughout the city.
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