Interval care services
Where to start1. To receive the service, the client's legal representative submits a suitable application. The basis for service provision is the contract between the service provider and the client's legal representative. 2. To receive the service for a child, the parent, guardian or contractual carer will submit a suitable application to the child's local social welfare department.
Personal identificationHave an identity document with you.
What to do with the formGive it to a customer service employee.
ResultRound-the-clock care service. The service has a fixed time period, depending on the client's needs and the availability of free places it is possible to receive the service a maximum of three weeks a year. Every child receives the service as necessary and based on the service provider's possibilities, but generally no more than 30 calendar days per year.
What to do when the result is unsatisfactory:Contact the service provider.
In case of problems, contact
Tallinna Sotsiaal- ja Tervishoiuamet
Paldiski mnt 48a, Tallinn 10614