New to NYU effective September 1, 2019, the Bright Horizons benefit intends to reimagine our connection between work and home, providing care solutions for loved ones and offering resources for the way faculty and employees work, live, and learn.
When you have work, family, and personal responsibilities competing for your time, Bright Horizons can help. NYU is pleased to offer full-time faculty, administrators, and professional research staff various family and education benefits to support you and your family. Explore the programs below to start making your life a little easier and visit clients.brighthorizons.com/NYU for support solutions for you and your family. Registration information is below.
If you have questions about the benefit, please contact PeopleLink, NYU's benefits and payroll service center, at email@example.com or 212-992-LINK (5465). If you would like to discuss your family caregiving needs further, please contact Work Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or 212-998-2434.
Eligibility: Full-time faculty, administrators, and professional research staff.
Bright Horizons continues to offer back-up care during this time while ensuring the health and safety of families and their care providers. In-home back-up care services remain widely available. Child care centers will open gradually pending CDC and local health guidelines.
The health and safety of families and Bright Horizons staff is of utmost importance. Please review this video for updates to their health and safety practices in response to the pandemic.
Bright Horizons Back-Up Care helps to cover care gaps for school breaks or nanny/babysitter vacations in a high-quality child care center, camp program, or at home. You can also arrange temporary in-home care for an adult or older person anywhere in the U.S.
Use the program when you have planned or unplanned interruptions or changes to your usual care arrangements that would prevent you from performing your work responsibilities. You'll have access to a team of specialists who provide advice, present options, and schedule the care.
Bright Horizons® World at Home is a new way for parents to keep their children (ages 8 and younger) learning during this time. Designed by Bright Horizons' education experts to bring some of the very best learning from their centers right into the home, World at Home features videos and activities for each of our curriculum areas, including yoga & mindfulness, STEM learning, language, story time, cooking, and more.
Bright Horizons Elder Care helps to navigate the often complex needs of caring for an adult or older person, providing personalized support from a Care Coach and access to a web-based care planning and communication tool. Get the ongoing support you need with a personal touch, wherever your loved ones may live. The benefit provides: