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Pay & Benefits,Benefit Programs

Child Care Resources

Child Care Resources - Pay & Benefits, Benefit Programs

Focus

UW Health recognizes the difficulties of balancing the demands of work and family life. As an employer of choice, UW Health strives to enhance the work life balance of its employees with resources to help you with child care. By working with Bright Horizons Additional Family Support, UW Health has made a commitment to its employees to provide assistance with child care resources. Outside of Bright Horizons, UW Health has additional benefit programs to assist you in finding resources for the care you need.

Child Care Provider Search

Our Employee Assistance Program realizes that finding quality child care can be a challenge. You have access to a search tool to help you locate providers based on the location and the type of care you are looking for. On the internet, go to mylifematters.com and enter the company code: UWH1.

UW Hospitals and Clinics Employees

Child Care Reimbursement – Employee Reimbursement Account (ERA) – The Employee Reimbursement Account program (ERA) is an optional benefit program that allows eligible employees to pay a certain specific child care expenses from their pre-tax income, rather than their after-tax income.

Expenses for dependent day care that enable you and your spouse to work, actively look for work or attend school full-time are reimbursable. Qualified dependents can be a child under the age of 13 who resides in your household, or an adult who is mentally or physically incapable of self-care and who regularly spends at least eight hours a day in your house hold.

Additional information regarding Child Care Reimbursement can be found on the Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Account page

UW Medical Foundation Employees

Dependent (Day) Care Flexible Spending – Dependent (Day) Care Flexible Spending is an optional benefit program that allows eligible employees to pay specific child care expenses from their pre-tax income, rather than their after-tax income.

Expenses for dependent day care that enable you and your spouse to work, actively look for work or attend school full-time are reimbursable. Qualified dependents can be a child under the age of 13 who resides in your household, or an adult who is mentally or physically incapable of self-care and who regularly spends at least eight hours a day in your household.

Additional information regarding Dependent (Day) Care Flexible Spending can be found on the Flexible Spending Accounts and Health Savings Account page.