• How can I use the parent-child room and what does it provide?
  • Who can use the parent-child room?
  • How can I reserve the parent-child room?

How can I use the parent-child room and what does it provide?

The purpose of the parent-child room is to allow short-term or temporary work with the child on campus without leaving the child with a minder. Two desks are therefore standing in the parent-child room. Directly next to them, there is an open area where children can play or sleep while your are working, or where you can breastfeed. There is also a kitchen with refrigerator and a toilet with a nappy changing board is also on the premises. The user must bring their own food, as well as their own care and hygiene products. There's a small garden with seating and play facilities near the entrance, which also forms part of the parent-child room.


The room can be used for individual desk work as well as meetings, group work, and counselling sessions with children present.

Who can use the parent-child room?

In principle, the parent-child room is available to all members of Leuphana University of Lüneburg who have one or more children. The parent-child room may not be used by children suffering from fever or other contagious diseases.

 

How can I reserve the parent-child room?

You can pick up the key from the Family Services office. When entering the parent-child room, you will see displayed the Notice to Users currently in force. The key is also available from the library's information desk. If you would like to use the library's non-circulating items in the parent-child room, please contact the library staff.