It’s a parent’s worst fear: something serious happens to your kid. The last thing you need is to also worry that you’ll struggle to support your family while giving that child the care they need.
Juno eases that fear by providing support should something happen to your child.
Juno is not health insurance. Instead, it provides you up to $500,000 in cash that can be used to supplement your income and help with the additional costs of caring for your child.
How Juno benefits work
Jia is a hardworking mother of two with a third on the way. She’s committed to maintaining her career as a seasoned product leader. On the day her third daughter Callie is born, complications lead to intrapartum asphyxia and severe cerebral palsy.
Jia would qualify for a total of $300,000, paid in monthly installments over the next seven years. She also connects with Juno’s member advocates, and together they find specialists and programs and make a plan for Callie’s future. Jia feels confident that she has the care support she needs, and six months later she returns to work.
We donate a portion of every premium and half of our underwriting profits to charity.
We’re a Public Benefit Corporation, meaning that we have a mission to give back as well as grow sustainably. This guides us in everything we do, including our commitment to donate 2% of every premium, plus half of the additional revenue Juno receives if claims are lower than expected, to help children and families. We donate to organizations that research childhood disabilities and diseases, as well as those that directly help families caring for children that are ill or have a disability.
We help with:
- Applying to SSI, Medicaid, and other federal and state programs
- Identifying local and charity benefits that can help your family
- Finding specialists, subspecialists, and therapists
- Finding and qualifying for clinical trials
- Finding quality specialized care providers and daycare
And much more...