When you have meetings with , they are responsible for ensuring you are given information that is important for you to know. You can always ask questions and let them know if you don’t understand something.
Before the meeting
You can have the help of an interpreter if you speak a language other than Swedish. Let social services know before the meeting if that is the case!
You can bring someone else along to the meeting, for example, a parent, recreation leader, friend or sibling.
Examples of questions you can ask
Why do I need to meet social services?
Do I have to go to the meeting?
Who am I going to meet?
Who else is going to be there?
What are we going to talk about?
What sort of help are social services going to provide?
It’s ok to ask your social worker these questions before the meeting