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Keusote’s most important services now also available in English and Swedish on our website

The website of the wellbeing services county of Central Uusimaa ( has been updated to also include information about the most important health and social services we provide in English and Swedish. Most of the content on Keusote’s website has previously been available in Finnish only, which has made it more difficult for our customers who do not speak Finnish to use our services.  
Please note that the content available in English and Swedish still does not represent the full range of our services. The translated content can be accessed by clicking on ‘English’ or ‘Svenska’ at the top of the Keusote website or by typing in the following addresses: (English) or (Swedish) 
We are in the process of translating more of the content on our website and on improving the availability of our services in other languages than Finnish otherwise as well. We will also be introducing ReadSpeaker technology on our website by the end of the summer. ReadSpeaker converts digital content into synthetic speech in Finnish, Swedish or English, or into text in multiple languages according to the user’s selections. A ‘Listen’ button will appear on our website, which will allow the user to convert the content into speech or to translate it into their chosen language. 
The wellbeing services county of Central Uusimaa is home to approximately 200,000 people, of whom around 13,000 do not speak Finnish. The wellbeing services county covers the local authorities of Hyvinkää, Järvenpää, Mäntsälä, Nurmijärvi, Pornainen and Tuusula. The aim of the update is to improve the accessibility of health and social services for the area’s non-native population, to make it easier to match customers with service providers and to reduce unnecessary contacts. 

Check out the newly translated English and Swedish versions of our website: 

More information:

There is also a special website for immigrants, which includes information about services provided by local authorities in Finnish and English: