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What Is The S1 Form And How Do I Use It?

The S1 is a form was previously the E121. All those who are in receipt of a UK state retirement pension and wish to live in in Spain, should contact the UK Healthcare Team on +44 191 218 1999. Once you have this form and if you are a resident, r

Financial Support For Parents Of Children With Cancer Or Other Serious Illnesses

As a working parent foster or adoptive parent of a minor with cancer or other serious illness, you may be entitled to financial assistance. This applies if both parents are working and one parent needs to reduce working hours by 50% to be with y

How To Check If Prescription Meds Are Covered By Seguridad Social

You can check through the website of the Colegios of Pharmacists in Spain. You simply enter the name of the meds, execute the search and click on one of the results. A new screen will open where you will see information on yes/no covered by INSS

Very Common Prescription Meds That Can Affect Your Capacity To Drive

Some of these you can also buy over the counter. There is no ´labelling´ law in Spain for prescription meds you get from the ´farmacia´, like there is for example in Holland, where the dosage as prescribed by the medical professional, plus a

Health Card. Download A Provisional

Through this service you can obtain, print and/or consult online a provisional duplicate of your Social Security affiliation document. Duplicate Document

Am I In The Social Security System For Healthcare?

Check on the Social Security website. Entitled to Healthcare

Health Card Application (sip) Valencia

Full details on the Valencia government website in Spanish. list of FAQs below.   Application and FAQs

Autism – Info For Parents And Children

Information about services/treatment, Apps and more – in English or Spanish.   Website Planeta Imaginario Foundation

Ley De Dependencia / Care Law Andalucia

Information from the Junta. JUNTA website   Information from IMSERSO Portal de Dependencia   Telephone number for information: 902 166 170, equivalent conventional number: 955 048 770. Available every workday from 09.00 – 15.00 h

Stay Warm This Winter

STAYING WARM Keep your home warm If you have reduced mobility, are 65 or over, or have a health condition such as heart or lung disease, you should heat your home to at least 18C. It’s a good idea to keep your bedroom at this temperature a