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At Service Centres you can join supervised sports groups and participate in day dances. More about service:
Service Centres are equipped with computers that are reserved for residents. They have an Internet connection and are also often connected to a printer. More about service:
You can book a conversation appointment with a social care worker at a Service Centre for the service management and advice service. More about service:
Service Centres are open meeting places supporting living at home, promoting well-being and easing experiences of loneliness. More about service:
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 More about service:
The service is meant for 18 year old homeless persons. More about service:
Service centre gyms offer a wide range of safe gym equipment for you to use. More about service:
The need for basic services as well as Child Welfare Services' support and services is assessed together with the family. More about service:
In order to assess the services and support measures required by a disabled person, a service plan is compiled in cooperation with the customer. More about service:
During your asylum (turvapaikka) application handling, you will get the basic statutory services at the Reception Centre, or they will be organised by the Centre. More about service:
Services by psychiatric nurses are meant for customers aged 18 and older suffering from mild or medium depression or anxiety. More about service:
The purpose of activity centres is to promote and support the informal carers and the care receivers and their well-being. More about service:
Services for a person with an autism spectrum disorder are organised as services based on the Disability Act, Intellectual Disability Act, Informal Care Act and Social Welfare Act. More about service:
The services for the disabled cover the guidance for home care, institutional services and housing and family care services as well as day and work activities, supported employment services, coaching and informal care support for under 65-year-olds. More about service:
The centre offers consultations and fixed-term investigation and treatment periods for patients with bipolar disorder, who receive psychiatric and substance abuse services as either outpatient or inpatient care. More about service:
The intensive outpatient unit, TEHO, is an outreach workgroup, which treats psychosis patients in need of special support. More about service:
Some Service Centres also provide services such as massage, foot care and hairdresser's appointments. More about service:
The sheltered housing of people with severe disabilities includes an accessible apartment, necessary aid for living and sufficient living security. Outpatient service. More about service:
Residents live in furnished rooms for 1-2 people, and can also bring their own furniture and items with them. More about service:
Sheltered housing services include meals, clothing care, cleaning, security and recreational activities. More about service:

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