University Class that Provides Respite Care Going Strong After 20 Years
Kathy Guisewite, CCN Coordinator
A James Madison University class where students provide companionship for adults 60-years-old and older has been benefitting the students as well as their clients for 20 years.
Experiencing memorable moments and forming bonds with clients has been a common experience for students who participate in the Caregivers Community Network, a collaborative effort between Valley Program for Aging Services and JMU's Institute for Innovation in Health and Human Services.
Involves Faculty, Involves Students, Involves Participants External to JMU
JMU Campus Scope, Harrisonburg/Local/VA
Areas of Engagement
Community Engagement, Engaged Learning
Community Service, Class/Coursework