Most people will become caregivers—or need one—at some point in their lives. It is often the case that children need to look after their parents or parents-in-law, but also their partner or other family members might need assistance and care at some point in their life.
In many cases, the need for care can come suddenly and cause a strong emotional and physical burden for the caregiver. Family representative of the University will assist you in all matters that concern balancing work and caregiving. Contact her for support and advice either per email or telephone.