When care can’t be cancelled, we are here for you.

We are here for youIn the wake of the coronavirus crisis, parents are juggling everything from remote work to homeschooling their kids to keeping up with the news. All the while trying to care for their own physical and mental health. But what about parents who continue to need support in this daunting moment? Joshin is here for you! Joymakers are ready to support you in any way you may need;

  • Care needs
  • Tutoring
  • Cleaning
  • Cooking
  • Meal prep
  • Companionship

Joshin is offering the following relief options*:

  • FREE 30-day Joshin subscription for essential personnel and seniors
  • 50% off monthly pricing – $14.99 (was $29.99)


Healthcare workers, teachers, social workers, first responders and essential personnel, – what you are facing today is overwhelming, we want to make it easy for you to find trusted care. That’s why we’re offering you a FREE 30-day Joshin subscription. Simply click here to get started finding care for your loved ones – and thank YOU for all that you are doing to support the health and safety of us all.


You’re staying home to stay safe. Joshin Joymakers are eager, ready and AVAILABLE to help you with various tasks and keep you company, whether in-home or virtually. Need a no-contact grocery drop off? No problem! Simply click here to get started finding the support you need.


You’re juggling working remotely and homeschooling your children – so what do you do now? Many of the Joshin Joymakers are teachers, para professionals and students – a perfect resource to support your in-home care and tutoring needs. Simply download the Joshin app to get started taking advantage of this limited time relief offer! No code needed.

When you book a Care Date with a Joymaker, we suggest you keep the following in mind:

Go over the basic guidance from the CDC

Talk about social distancing, hand-washing, sterilizing high-touch items like phones and taking all the reasonable precautions noted by the CDC.  In an effort to adhere to social distancing measures, your caregiver and the kids are limited to activities in the house, the family’s backyard or around the neighborhood.

Get specific about kids’ hygiene

Work with your Joymaker to come up with a system for boosting their hygienic practices (think frequent hand-washing and teaching them to cough into their elbows) and minimizing their risk of exposure.

Have an open dialogue about the kids’ mental health

Check in with your Joymaker about your children’s mental and emotional state to see if they have noted any concerning remarks or behavior.  The University of Michigan has put together this collection of kid-friendly books that address the tough questions that come with things that happen to our bodies. While this list goes beyond the coronavirus, it’s a great one to keep on hand for other health concerns in the future.

Joshin has everything you need to find the right match and book with confidence.

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