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Operation of EPEK

For the month of May, the offices of “One Child – One World” operated with a specific schedule through the Reception/Administration and Emergency Departments, while the services of the Prevention & Early Intervention departments, the Social Service, the Educational Department and the Psychology Services department were offered through teleworking.

All professionals in all departments supported this effort. 

June finds us with the physical presence of professionals from all different departments at the offices, combining and offering services both through telework and face-to-face, depending on the needs of each family. 

Following the guidelines of the National Health Organization and using our common sense but also the need to open our spaces safely for both us and our visitors, we return slowly but with great joy to our routines!

For any communication, 210-8838512, info@paidi-kosmos.gr

  • May – Our News
    Click here to read.

    -Students of “One Child – One World” – A letter from your teachers!
    Click here to read.

    -Parents with children of preschool age – You’ve got mail from the team of “Prevention & Early Intervention”.
    Click here to read.

    -A message from the Social Services and the psychologists of “One Child – One world”.
    Click here to read.

  • National Health Organization: click here to read

    -Guidelines as of May 4th: click here to read. (for non-Greek languages, please scroll down).

    -Information and advice for employed and unemployed: click here to read.

    -Medical offices – Municipality of Athens: click here.to read.

    -On-line medical prescriptions: Click here to read.

  • STAYING HOME – TIME WITH THE FAMILY
    Here a useful link for all members of the family.

    COVID-19 EXPLAINED
    -for preschool-aged children click here
    -for elementary school children click here
    -for adults click here

  • SUPPORT TELEPHONE LINES FOR CHILDREN, TEENAGERS & PARENTS

    210.7600100210.7669584
    Mental Health Care Services for Children & Teenagers (region of Virona & Kaisariani)
    This Center is part of the Psychiatric Clinic of the university of Athens and its services address to families that need support on matters concerning Covid-19. For information click here.

    1107 – National Line for Child Protection
    This help-line offers social and psychological counseling and support to minors and parents. It discusses and informs minors on subjects of their concern, and parents on subjects concerning the upbringing of their children. For information click here and here.

    1056 – National Line for Children – SOS
    This line offers telephone services to children and adults for matters of their concern. It has expertise in confronting incidents of abuse towards children. For information click here.

    115 25 – Together for Children
    This telephone line offers services to parents, children and their teachers through consultation on any matter of concern of a child or a teenager. For information click here.

    116111 – European Line for Support of Children
    A group of specialized psychologists is available for every child and adult to provide support on issues that concern them. For information click here.

    210.6007686 – Help-Line
    It addresses to children, adolescents and their families, providing support and advice on issues related to the use of the internet, mobile phones and video games. For information click here.

    SUPPORT TELEPHONE LINES FOR ADULTS

    210.3638049 – First Aid Help Line – Municipality of Athens
    210 3637365 Psychological Support Help Line – Municipality of Athens
    Telephone help lines on issues of first aid and psychological support from the Municipality of Athens. For information click here

    210 7297957 – Help-line for psychological support for Covid-19
    This was initiated by the A’ Psychiatric Clinic of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens, Aiginitio Hospital. For information click here.

    197 – Line for Social Help
    It addresses to anyone who is facing a psychological problem. For information click here.

    1018 – Intervention Line for Suicide
    24-7 intervention line for suicide, from Klimaka. For infomation click here.

    15900 – SOS Line
    A national service for women as victims of violence or third parties, to comminicate directly with a specialist for these issues. For information click here.

    801.801 1177 – Link Line
    A line to help parents, teachers and any adult who wants to talk about an issue between him/her and a child or an adolescent. For information click here.

    1145 – Telephone Line for Psychological Support / Ithaki – ΚΕΘΕΑ (Therapy Center for Dependent Individuals)
    It addresses to drug and alcohol users, their relatives and friends, also for people who are addicted with internet. Provides information on issues that have to do with drug addictions. For information click here.

    1031 – Telephone Line of OKANA
    Direct access information about psychotropic substances and psychological support in a crisis situation that is related to drug use (deprivation syndrome, suicidal tendecies, prevention of relapse). For information click here.

    1114 – Line for Psychological Support on Gambling
    This help-line provides information and assistance on issues raised from gambling. For information click here.


  • Educational TV: Click here to read. 

    Student registration in the National School Network:
    for instructions click here

    Distant learning – connect with your class:
    for instructions click here

  • We would like to inform you that registrations for the kindergarten and the first (A) class of primary school for the school year 2020-2021 will take place from the 15 until the 30 of May at the schools that the children belong according to their home address and via internet.

    Registrations in the kindergarten refer to children who are born on 2015, namely that have been born until the 31/12/2015.

    Necessary documents for registration in kindergarten:

    1. Registration form – solemn declaration
    2. Document that proves the child’s home address
    3. Solemn declaration from the parent/legal guardian that they assume responsibility for the child’s safe arrival and departure from the kindergarden grounds
    4. Demonstration of the child’s health book, in which all mandatory vaccinations according to their age should be included.
    5. Personal Student’s Health Report, which is filled in from a pediatrician following the medical examination of the child.
    6. For children with special needs a medical certificate should be provided from a pertinent state service (e.g. ΚΕ.Δ.Δ.Υ.)

    Registrations for the first (A) class of primary school refer to children who are born on 2014, namely that have been born until the 31/12/2014.

    Necessary documents for registration in A’ class of primary school:

    1. Demonstration of the child’s health book, in which all mandatory vaccinations according to their age should be included.
    2. Personal Student’s Health Report, which is filled in from a pediatrician following the medical examination of the child.
    3. Document that proves the child’s home address
    4. Verification of Attendance from the kindergarten, which is provided to the parents on demand by the kindergarten.

    For children who have not attended kindergarten, the parent/legal guardian submits a relevant application towards the Headmaster of First Degree Education, in which the reasons for non-attendance should be reported. The Headmaster is pertinent to take into consideration the application and decide about the child’s inclusion at the primary school.

    The information above are indicative and likely, while an official confirmation is anticipated from the Ministry of Education & Religion.