The June Care Program
Family caregivers are placed in groups with other care-partners who are supporting loved ones with the same dementia variant
8-weeks of live education and peer conversation facilitated by a licensed geriatric clinician
Family caregivers interact virtually: sharing experiences, supporting peers, learning useful caregiving techniques and building relationships.
After our program, families report reduced stress levels and an increased caregiving preparedness.
Research shows that prepared families result in better outcomes and longer aging in place for diagnosed persons.
What families are saying
"The program was very well planned. I thought the video conferences were wonderful."
Care-partner to husband with early-onset Alzheimers
"I've learned a lot from all this... It has changed the way I communicate with my wife."
Care-partner to wife with M.S. and dementia
"These transitions can be very tough for families. It's great to see a program that helps these folks at a time of great need."
Dr. Christina Sharp MD, Neurology
The June Care family caregiver program is grounded in leading caregiver support research from Georgetown University, Emory University and AARP's Public Policy Institute.
Winifred V. Quinn, PhD, is co-director of the Center to Champion Nursing in America, an initiative of AARP, the AARP Foundation and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Interested in working together?
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June Care's mission is to deliver deeply-personal virtual care to families across the country. Our expert team helps payors and risk-bearing providers support their families.