What is the Child Health Bulletin?

It is a small book given for free after birth that contains useful information about the health of the child. The bulletin can be given in the Hospital, Maternity or Health Centre and should be taken every time there is an appointment or exam.

Which health care exist for children and young people?

From birth to the end of adolescence, it is possible to schedule regular appointments for the surveillance, maintenance and promotion of the health of the child/youth, in order to monitor their development. Young people from 12 to 21 years have the Youth Service Centre where information is provided on food, accident and disease prevention, vaccination, sports and sexuality.

Sources: NHS Portal (SNS Portal) and High Commission for Migration (ACM, I.P.)

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