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Club activities are organised for the comprehensive school pupils of Helsinki in connection with the school day.
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School health care consists of student health care services, health information and counselling, referrals to special health examinations and supervision of school health conditions.
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Comprehensive school pupils may be provided with tickets for Helsinki City Transport by way of transport assistance, provided that their one-way journey from home to school is at least 2 kilometres in forms 1-6 or at least 3 kilometres in forms 7-10. The distance to school means the shortest route commonly used by pedestrians, which is measured from the school gate to the border of the pupil's home.
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Playgrounds organise activities for schoolchildren in the afternoon and during school holidays.A playground is an active environment to which schoolchildren are always free to come to play and take part in activities.
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The City of Helsinki leases out sales spots for food items and other products for public holidays and urban events. The duration of the lease for a seasonal sales spot is usually 1-2 days. Longer leases are also available during Christmas and Easter.
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In addition to the home municipality, 24-hour care can also be applied for from other municipalities.
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The applicant can be chosen as a resident in a service home, if supported housing is necessary for social or health related reasons.
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At the self-care point, you can measure your blood pressure and read health-related guides and brochures.
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Self-care services at health stations, provided at self-care points (Ite points), support independent health care by residents and promote wellbeing.
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Hitas is a system used in Helsinki for regulating the price and quality of housing. The selling price of homes is regulated in both new and old homes.
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The Senior Info tel. 09 3104 4556 Mon-Fri 9-15 gives information and guidance about the elderly services of the City of Helsinki, companies and organisations.
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Senior centres provide the opportunity to live a diverse and active life in a home-like and safe environment.
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Sports Services offers diverse sports services for the elderly.
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Service Centres are open meeting places supporting living at home, promoting well-being and easing experiences of loneliness.
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The operations of the service centre are divided into four parts- reception actions and arranging temporary housing - day centre activities - housing services- assessment, advice and guidance
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The service is meant for 18 year old homeless persons.
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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 service centres' social counsellors can provide you with information on our services and the different kinds of support you can seek in various life situations.
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Helsinki Building Control Services files drawings and approval documents related to construction projects in Helsinki. They can be found in the archives and you can buy copies there or through electronic service.
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We guide and advice you on how to apply for a place in early childhood education and pre-primary education. At the Service Guidance unit, we also process all applications to early childhood education and pre-primary education.
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