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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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A referral for occupational therapy is made when the child's development requires a more detailed review.
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You can visit the open maternity and child health clinic without an appointment.
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Regardless of where they live, the pupils of comprehensive schools in Helsinki are invited to an oral and dental health check-up either with a dental hygienist or dentist.
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The part-time group is suitable for children of families where younger siblings are staying at home or where the parents' work enables the child to have regular, shorter days at daycare.
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Every comprehensive school employs a special needs teacher with a wide focus who provides part-time special needs instruction.
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The task of a Child Welfare Officer is to investigate the paternity of extramarital children.
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Children come to a foster home based on a request made by child welfare services, emergency social services or a social worker from emergency social services.
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The Child Welfare Act requires that if children have to be placed outside his or her home, the child's family network is first surveyed.
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After the birth of a baby, play parks and family houses organise activities for families with a baby as a continuation of maternity and child health clinic family coaching.
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Family clubs offer activities for families with children The programme is designed together with the families. Ideas and requests are accepted at all times.
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Playgrounds provide both supervised and unsupervised activities for families and school children.
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In the mornings, playgrounds and family houses organise guided indoor and outdoor activities for families with children.
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The unit for police social work coordinates the cooperation between social services and the police.
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Preparatory preschool education (valmistava esiopetus) is intended for 7-year-old children who do not yet speak Finnish well enough. Preparatory preschool education strengthens the child's skills in Finnish in order to make their transition to school easier.
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Preschool education is provided for children in the year preceding their compulsory education. The preschool day is 4 hours during the regular school year. In Helsinki preschool education is provided free of charge in public daycare centres and in some schools.
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The purpose of work by a maternity clinic psychologist is to support parenthood and the child's development and to observe any potential problems with the child or the family at as early a stage as possible and to organise the necessary support, together with other operators.
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The purpose of reception units is to support the young person and his or her family through a difficult situation and to assess the person's situation comprehensively, in cooperation with different parties.The service is only for citizens of Helsinki.
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16.03.2017 10:35