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The Epidemiologic operations unit treats epidemics of infectious diseases within the City of Helsinki and provides information and guidance related to infectious diseases.
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Equipment includes, for example, vehicles (cars, tandem bikes) household appliances, required due to a disability or devices for communication.
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Sexually transmitted diseases are examined and treated at health stations and at the Venereal Diseases Outpatient Clinic of the Skin and Allergy Hospital (HUS).
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Many community centres offer the opportunity to participate in guided exercises, although they do not have actual gym equipment.
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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 care is intended for an intellectually disabled or disabled person, who cannot be housed and treated at his or her own home with the help of other services.
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Paternity matters, maintenance, custody and meeting agreement matters, adoption matters and drawing up of reports for the court in child custody and meeting disputes.
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The success of the placement of every child adopted from abroad is followed up.
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Follow-up rehabilitation supports you when you are further along in your recovery from addiction.
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Follow-up rehabilitation is a form of support intended for people recovering from substance dependence.
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Foot therapy service is mainly intended for diabetics and people with rheumatoid arthritis, as severe problems with lower limbs are often connected to these diseases.
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Client counselling finds the child a place in foster care, in cooperation with a social worker and a worker from the foster care unit.
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Functional work is a rehabilitating, therapeutic and consultative service, which is implemented through functional methods and intended for customers and employees of child welfare services.
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The objective of the consultation is that the patient receives a timely assessment of their condition and of the necessity of further treatment.
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All men who turn 40 this year are eligible for the Virtual Health Check and Personal Coaching.
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Groups that meet at health stations are intended to support self-treatment and to give patients the possibility to share their experiences. The discussions cover issues related to self-treatment.
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Group therapy is structured, goal-oriented, fixed-term therapy which utilises peer support.
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Health and social welfare guidance related to the risk use of drugs.
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People in need of urgent medical care have the right to receive treatment regardless of their nationality. The right to other health care services is determined by the kind of residence permit the foreign person has.
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