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Care@Work

care@work benefits

WVU has partnered with Care.com, a national organization of caregivers, to bring eligible employees and members of the WVU Retirees Association Care@Work membership at no cost.

ACCESS YOUR CARE.COM ACCOUNT

All WVU and WVU Research Corporation benefits-eligible employees and members of the WVU Retirees Association will have access to care for every member of their family, 

no matter where they are nationwide, simply by signing up with their official WVU e-mail address.  

the care@work advantages

See what Care@Work can do for you.

Care.com

On Care.com you can find:

  • Babysitters and nannies
  • Dog walkers
  • Personal Assistants
  • Summer or vacation camps
  • Special needs caregivers
  • House cleaners
  • Tutors
  • Transportation needs
  • Childcare centers
  • And more!

Senior Care Planning

Senior Care Planning provides access to professional guidance and assistance when dealing with aging loved ones. 

Some of the benefits include: 

  • A dedicated Senior Care Advisor with Master’s level Social Work degree
  • a personalized action plan
  • Assistance in finding senior care providers
  • Help understanding all available options
  • Access to the Family Care Hub to allow family a secure care coordination platform

Request Senior Care Planning Services Now!
Call 855-781-1303 ext.3; or

Please note that WVU is only providing eligible employees and WVU Retirees Association members with a paid membership to Care@Work. WVU is not responsible for payment for services that an employee may choose to utilize through Care.com.

Additional resources

Free webinars, news releases and resources at your fingertips!

FREE WEBINARS


Supporting Kids Who Learn Differently

Thurs., Oct. 22, 2020
12 - 1 p.m. EST 

The pandemic has brought obstacles for children who learn and think differently (ADHD, anxiety, autism, etc.), as well as the parents raising them. Presenter Deborah Reber, MA, is a parenting activist, New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker. She will share ideas for ways parents can navigate and support their child's needs.


Sharing the Caring: Managing Sibling Disagreements

Tues., Nov. 10, 2020
1 - 2 p.m. EST 

As adults, siblings can make caring for an aging parent stressful and challenging. Do you have disagreements with your siblings about how best to care for an aging parent? This webinar will help you get on the same page, and find the right care for your parent while managing sibling conflict and coping with stress.

Read more about this webinar.

Questions? 

Please contact Benefits Strategy at CentralBA@mail.wvu.edu.