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My Family Care: Supporting Parents and Carers @ Cambridge

When Nov 30, 2016
from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Where Cambridge Biomedical Campus
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My Family Care is the UK’s only comprehensive and award winning back up childcare and dependent care solution. 

Join the Equality & Diversity team on Wednesday 30th November to find out more about My Family Care and discuss how schemes like this can support staff with caring responsibilities. Hosted by the University’s new Supporting Parents and Carers @ Cambridge (SPACE) project.

Please note: Access to services provided by My Family Care will be only available to staff employed by the University of Cambridge. However some of the other SPACE initiatives such as the mailing list and forum will be accessible to anyone with a Raven id.

The event is free to attend at the School of Clinical Medicine, Cambridge Biomedical Campus. Register here.

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