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Community centres' neighbourhood circles are local 'second living rooms' that are active within a certain residential area.
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Comprehensive education lasts for 9 years. All the children living in Finland are subject to compulsory comprehensive education. Children usually complete their compulsory education at comprehensive school, unless they receive instruction in some other way. In most cases comprehensive education starts in the year when the child becomes seven years of age.
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Each child has been reserved a place in their own local school corresponding to the home address.
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Couple's therapy is intended for families with children that have issues concerning the relationship of the parents.
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Supervises the interests of minors during police interrogation and court proceedings.
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Parents can choose to place their children 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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The club activities are intended for children in Helsinki from the age of 2 to the beginning of free-of-charge preschool, who are in home care.
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Dental care services are meant for Helsinki residents and those who have chosen Helsinki as their location of care.
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Daycare is offered in municipal daycare centres and in private daycare centres.
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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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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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Electronic health services are available at the City of Helsinki's health stations, maternity clinics, dental care and student health care provisions.
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Among others, examinations and tests during pregnancy include urine samples, haemoglobin, blood pressure and weight, as well as blood type, B hepatitis, HIV and cardiolipin, two-hour glucose tolerance tests, assessment of the growth of the uterus and evaluation of the growth, position and condition of the foetus
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A child is entitled to extended compulsory education if they will not be able to achieve the prescribed goals of education in nine years because of a severe disability or illness.
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Family care in a foster family is valid until further notice and it may last until the child comes of age.
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Family daycare is care provided in the care provider's or the child's home, or specifically planned early education activities organised in a group family daycare home.
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A family daycare provider is a municipal employee who cares for children in his or her home. The size of one daycare group is four children under school age. In addition, one child who is in the preschool education or basic education age and requires part-time daycare can be included in the group.
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Family houses organise open resident based activities for families with small children.
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Kotoklubi Kaneli is intended for immigrant families. At Kotoklubi, parents learn Finnish together with their children. At Kotoklubi you sing, play and move.
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16.03.2017 10:35