Rooms and Kits for Parents and Children

The possibility of using the office, a meeting room or purpose-equipped rooms in childcare emergencies.

What is the difference between Rooms and Kits?

What are Rooms for parents and children?

Purpose-equipped rooms for parents and children are rooms on campus that are permanently available to parents to help them deal with sudden and unexpected childcare difficulties.

Each of the purpose-equipped rooms has a desk with a telephone and a computer. There is a play area for children with toys for different age groups, and for babies, there is a nappy changing table, a place to sleep, and a bottle warmer. Details on the rooms can be found on the Equal Opportunities Bureau’s website.

What are Kits for parents and children?

A kit for parents and children can be used in an office or meeting room to make the room safe for children and suitable for use as a workspace by parents who need to bring their child to work.

These kits can be borrowed from the Equal Opportunities Bureau (BfC). They include a travel cot, a nappy changing mat, children’s toys, and childproof covers for sockets.

Who can use the Rooms or Kits for parents and children?
What are the rules?

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Margaretha Wirtz

Referentin für die Vereinbarkeit von Beruf und Sorgearbeit Spokesperson for reconciling work and care work

  • Equal Opportunities Bureau (BfC)
Building 04.7 /
Room 315
+49 2461/61-2624

Last Modified: 31.05.2022