Nursing Mother Room
A nursing mother room is available in the Health Center in SSCB 1.301. The room provides a clean, private environment to comfortably express milk during work hours. A sink with water is available; however equipment, storage and refrigeration are not provided. The room is open on a first-come-first-serve basis. For questions, please call the Health Center at 281-283-2626.
University of Houston-Clear Lake recognizes that offering childcare resources is an important benefit to our faculty, staff and students with children. Work/Life Services is happy to help you get started in your search for child care. Some local childcare centers offer discounts to UHCL employees.
Discount Details: 10% discount on weekly tuition. Must be currently employed at UHCL and must present a current UHCL ID. Infants 6 weeks old to age 12.
Location: 4201 Friendswood Link
Friendswood, Texas 77546
Discount Details: 10% discount. Must present a current UHCL ID. Ages: 12 weeks-3rd grade.
Location: 16204 Hickory Knoll
Houston, Texas 77059
Discount Details: 10% discount off weekly tuition. Must present a current UHCL ID. Offer valid on all ages from infants to school age children. Not to be combined with any other promotional offers.
Location: 3705 Columbia Memorial Parkway
League City, Texas 77573
Discount Details: 10% discount on base weekly tuition. Additional 5% off monthly total if pre-paid. UHCL parent or legal guardian must present a current, valid. UHCL ID card each time tuition is paid.
Location: 3620 NASA Parkway
Seabrook, Texas 77586
Discount Details: 10% discount toward tuition cost on a weekly, biweekly or monthly basis. Must present a current UHCL ID. Infants 6 weeks to age 12; thematic curriculum for toddler and pre-K classes that incorporates letters, numbers, colors, and shape recognition, as well as dance, music and Spanish instruction; serves breakfast, 2 snacks, and a hot lunch at no extra cost; water park onsite; transportation to and from local schools; an after-school homework assistance program; and Hip Hop dance classes for girls and boys 6-12 years old.
Location: 1860 West Main Street
League City, Texas 77573
Hours: Monday-Friday 6:00am—6:30pm.
Work/Life Services provides information for community resources to help you care for an aging relative and identify services and support groups for caregivers. The following information can help you get started.
Care.com helps families looking for a care provider for children, seniors, pets, or even homes, can post job descriptions and/or search an extensive database of providers and care providers can post their profiles highlighting their skills and expertise, while also searching jobs that have been posted.
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When supporting someone in need, Lotsa Helping Hands makes it easy for people to know what to do and when to do it by providing an online resource to coordinate efforts. From the Help Calendar to the Well Wishes Wall, Lotsa Helping Hands brings together caregivers and volunteers through online Communities to organize care and assistance for the caregiver; those facing a medical crisis; military and veterans families; new parents; parents of children with special needs; a child’s school/classroom; and community or faith-based groups. Use Lotsa Helping Hands to deliver meals, coordinate dropping off diapers/supplies, provide rides, to send care packages, or just to coordinate visits to offer emotional support to the person or family in need.
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Take Time Texas provides information to help caregivers and respite providers take time, refresh, recharge and return to giving care. If you care for someone of any age with a chronic medical condition or disability, help is available through the Texas Lifespan Respite Care Program and the Texas Respite Coordination Center.
The website provides a statewide database of respite providers that caregivers can search to find nonprofit, commercial, faith-based, and governmental respite providers; educational materials and resources to help caregivers and providers resolve issues and find caregiving information; and resources to help respite providers including outreach materials, information on best practices and training tools.