Informal care

Informal care – Mother’s perspective

All our blog posts written in Maria’s or Joonatan’s point of view are partly based on the interview we did with our working life representative  “At times like these I’m glad I don’t have any more children. Joonatan had a bad dyspnea (shortness of breath) last night. I had to call an ambulance and luckily they got him to calm down and feeling better again. I know many caregivers […]

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Informal care- Section of the law 937/2005

Informal care support is based on an assessment of the client’s situation and the service entity needed for living at home. The city of Vantaa seperates the child’s need for service in two groups: The injury or disease causes the child to need daily treatment/help for their wellbeing. The caregiver is bound to care for

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