Each family is paired with a dedicated Cleo Guide—certified health, parenting, and career experts. Available through messaging, phone, and video, your Guide is there to support your unique needs with your parenting goals, career demands, and personal values in mind.
Cleo’s content library is available at your fingertips to give you the research-backed advice you need. From on-demand webinars and curated content to personalized care plans and more, you’ll find answers to your parenting questions.
In addition to connecting you with experts, Cleo offers virtual events and support groups to find community with working parents going through similar challenges including fertility treatments, parenting children with specialized health needs, and life as a new parent.
Through Salesforce’s partnership with Cleo, eligible employees receive Cleo support at no cost. Cleo supports birthing parents, partners, adoptive parents, surrogate parents, fostering parents, same-sex parents, and single parents from pregnancy through parenting of children up to age 12. It is a free family benefit available to both primary and secondary caregivers. Upon enrollment, Salesforce employees can invite and extend the Cleo benefit to their partners.
Cleo is here to support you through the screaming fits and the fits of giggles. Managing parenting, work, and your own health can be overwhelming. That’s why we’re here. Learn more about Cleo.
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Cleo Guides are here to answer all your questions, big and small—”Should I be worried?” “How can we play as a family?” Send a message or schedule a call when it’s convenient for you. Share photos with your Guide and invite a partner to get answers to your questions as a family.
With Cleo’s Discover tool, you can easily find the content that’s relevant to your family. Get answers to your questions, find resources, or learn more about topics like childcare, development, career, sleep, family dynamics, feeding, and more.
Cleo is tailored to your needs. Based on where you are in your parenting journey—whether you’re 6 weeks pregnant or chasing after a 6 year old—get personalized advice like questions to ask your physician, expected developmental milestones, or tips for how to practice self-care as a parent.