Integrating in Swedish
On these pages you will find articles about integration in Swedish in the Capital Region.
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After the parental leave, when the child is 9 or 10 months, they have a subjective right to early childhood education and care. The parents decide if their child participates or not.
154 days into your pregnancy, you can get a certificate of pregnancy from the maternity clinic. With it you can claim maternity grant and maternity allowance from Kela.
One has the right to receive health care and social services in either Finnish or Swedish in the Capital Region.
Finland has two types of higher education institutions: universities and universities of applied sciences.
This book is for you who are curious about the Swedish language and culture within the Finnish society.
If you aren't sure of your level in Swedish right now, here you will find an explanation of the different levels and an online test.
The maternity clinics aim to provide comprehensive support to the whole family in order to give every child, regardless of their background, a healthy start in life.
When you are looking for a job in Finland the language spoken at the work place is of importance.
Here are websites that the municipalities, among others, have put together to present themselves to newcomers.
Youth centers are free of charge places that are open in the afternoon or evenings. One can just hang or do things, like play instruments or games.
There are family cafés around the Capital Region where your baby and you can find activities and company.