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The City of Helsinki places approximately 1 to 5 domestic adopted children annually.
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If you are applying for a Finnish driving license, you may be required to include a doctor's statement that assesses your general state of health.
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E-services for businesses are provided both by the City of Helsinki and by the Finnish Government.
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A person whose personal data is collected in a city register when he or she uses the services of the city can demand a rectification of his/her own data through this service.
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A person whose personal data is collected in a city register when he or she uses the services of the city can request access to their own data through this service.
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Substance abuse rehabilitation clinics offer a five-point ear acupuncture treatment as part of the planned comprehensive treatment.
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Early education and care is offered in municipal or private daycare, in family daycare or in playgroup club activities. Parents should apply for daycare four months prior to the need for care.
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Early education and care is offered in municipal daycare centres and in private daycare centres.
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Eco-support is an operating model developed for promoting environmental awareness in the workplace.
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A lighter environmental management system for SMEs and City organisations.
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A lighter environmental management system for events.
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According to the Act on Early Childhood Education and Care, private service providers need to notify the municipality of their operations before the operations commence. You can submit the notification using the form titled 'Ilmoitus yksityisten varhaiskasvatuspalveluiden tuottamisesta'. The form needs to include attachments regarding the premises, service provider, and the person responsible.
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The general education information desk and the customer service of the archives operate at the service point of the City of Helsinki Education Department.
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The Education Committee grants subsidies to Helsinki-based organisations that provide daytime recreational activities on weekdays (from 8:00 to 17:00) for children under school age who are not participating in early childhood education. The application period is at January.
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A hospitalized patient at the compulsory education age is entitled to instruction.
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Religion or Ethics is a compulsory subject at comprehensive school. The instruction is politically independent and secular. Providing an actual religious upbringing is the responsibility of families, if they so wish.
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Optional extra grants awarded in accordance with the Education Committee's guidelines for organisers of afternoon activities as specified in the Basic Education Act.
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An application by which organisations may apply for a compensation for exemptions from payment of afternoon activities as specified in the Basic Education Act, for customer payments lost due to payment reliefs.
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General grants can be applied for by registered organisations, which have been operational for at least a year and whose operations are aimed for the benefit of the people of Helsinki.
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An application by which organisations may apply for a compensation for afternoon activities for school children.
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