Precious Time Offers Pediatric Respite Care


 

Precious Time is a pediatric respite care program that serves families who have children with special needs ages birth – 18. 

JMU Nursing students are assigned to a family and they come into the home to spend time with the child (or children) in order to give the caregivers a break.

This service is free of charge and it is a great benefit to families who need a break or maybe want to spend some quality time with another sibling, family member, etc. 

The JMU students learn so much from spending time in the home and the parents get free childcare, so please contact Darcy Bacon at baconde@jmu.edu for more information.    

Published: Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Last Updated: Monday, July 10, 2017

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