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Having a child in Sweden

Get the health related information you need to know, when planning to have (or already have) children in Sweden. Plus tips and information about life with small children in Sweden.

Sweden has a big reputation for being a family-oriented country where the government and society give tremendous effort to provide the best service to its citizens and residents. There is ample support for families - from the earliest stages up to later ages of the child.

For expats it might be difficult to navigate the jungle of institutions responsible for want-to-be families, expectant women, babies or small children.

For this event we invited representatives from Klarakliniken (a midwife and a children's nurse) who will give you the health related information you need to know, when planning to have (or already have) children in Sweden. We will also give you some tips and information about other aspects regarding the life with small children in Sweden.

Questions that will be addressed include:

  • I want to get pregnant, but can't. What should I do?
  • What to expect from the pre-natal and post-natal care in Sweden. Where do I deliver my baby?
  • How do I enroll myself or my baby in the healthcare system? What is the responsibility of MVC, BVC, VC, and Barnläkare?
  • What kind of support do I find in case of difficulties during my pregnancy or early parenthood (e.g. regarding breastfeeding)?

Date:

14 October 10:00-11:30

Venue:

Live at Ekska huset, Sankt Petri Kyrkogata 4, Lund.

Details:

The registration will open up approximately two weeks before the event.

This event is free of charge – but please unregister if you are not able to attend. Thanks for your understanding!

During our events we sometimes take photographs and short film clips to profile our activities. Please let us know if you don’t want to be in any photos/films before we start the event.

Speaker:

Klarakliniken


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