Infancy health

Childcare (approved by the ONE)

    Avenue des Alouettes, 41
    Rue au Bois, 185
    Rue François Desmedt, 24
    ASBL Petit envol
    Rue au Bois, 513


Care of ill children

This service is made for parents of children between 3 months and 12 years old who are ill.

Conditions :

  • child(ren) domiciled and living in Woluwe-Saint-Pierre and whose parents are working.
  • submit an assignment or a certificate of family allowances or a household composition.
  • have a medical certificate forbidding the child to leave the house or to attend school or crèche.

Tariffs :

Fees are fixed by the scales of the O. N. E. applied according to the net means of the household

CPAS de Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
Service d’Aide aux Familles
Val des Epinettes, 25
Phone 02/778.11.60


Consultation for young children (0-6 year)

Villa François Gay

Marie Noelle Godefroid (mobile : 0499 572 847)
Rue François Gay 326 – Phone.: 02/762.36.97

Child Consultation (by appointment): tuesdays from 14:00 to 17:00 and thursdays from 13:30 to 16:30. 

Centre Communautaire de Joli-Bois

Drève des Shetlands 15 – 02/779.97.97

– Child Consultation (by appointment) : wednesday from 9h to 12h and 2 Friday till Monday from 9h to 11h
– Permanence ” by phone” : from monday to thursday from 8h30 to 12h30
– Permanence “at the consultation” : friday from 8h30 to 9h30

Consultation Av VanderBiest-Cité de l’amitié-city Stockel

Anne Michèle d’Oultremont ( mobile : 0499 572 619)
Avenue Vander biest 45 – Phone : 02/772.17.45

– Child Consultation (by appointment): tuesday from 9h30 to midday
– Permanence ” by phone”: Fridays from 9h am to 11h am


For Dutch-speaking childcare : see here


Polio vaccination

Phone 02/773.07.48

Every child between three and eighteen months has to take this vaccination. except for children who have an exemption for medical reason. Within the fifteen days which follow the last administration, a medical certificate mentioning the four dates of vaccination must be given to the Social Affairs service which will affix in the Belgian marriage book a seal proving the administration of the vaccination.


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