Disability care platform Joshin raises $3 million
Twin Cities-based Joshin closed a $3 million funding round led by Anthemis Group and The Autism Impact Fund. Founded in 2018 and a team of ~30, the company offers a digital care platform that connects care providers to families with specialized care needs .
“For too long, people who have special health needs and their families have been underserved and had fragmented access to disability care providers. The seed investment from Anthemis and The Autism Impact Fund enables Joshin to grow our network of care providers and expand our corporate care benefit programs. We’re continuing to scale our technology to lessen the burden of caregiving responsibilities for employees and their families.” – Melissa Danielsen, CEO of Joshin.
In addition to expanding to West Coast markets like L.A. and Seattle, Joshin intends to use this new round of seed funding to expand its corporate benefits program. Companies partner with Joshin to offer care as a benefit to their employees who have dependents with complex care needs, making their support to employees truly inclusive.