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Corporate House Ichinari No Sato

 We fully understand the elderly people’s characteristics associated with dementia. While keeping a strong relation with the local community, we provide an assisted living that encourages the dementia sufferer to exert one’s full capabilities as he/she lives independently in a safe, secure, and comfortable home-like environment.

Description

Facility Name

Social Welfare Corporation
Kōtokukai
Long-Term Care for a Dementia Patient in Communal Living

Corporate House Ichinari No Sato
President Kazuhiro Yoshimoto
Manager Tadayoshi Matsuki
Location 2124-1 Ichinari, Kihoku-chō, Kanoya
TEL 099-485-1300
FAX 099-485-1301
Operation Policy We fully understand the elderly people’s characteristics associated with dementia. While keeping a strong relation with the local community, we provide an assisted living that encourages the dementia sufferer to exert one’s full capabilities as he/she lives independently in a safe, secure, and comfortable home-like environment.
Qualifications ①Nursing Care Required (Care Level 2 ~ Care Level 5) insured person with dementia who is capable of living in a group home
②Diagnosed with dementia by a physician
③Kanoya resident (Kihoku area prioritized)
Number of Rooms

9  (1 unit x 9 person ▪ private)

※You can bring personal furniture or belongings from home. Round-the-clock supervision, security and comfort provided by our staff.
Meals 3 times a day (we will be preparing nutritional meals together)
Bathing Available everyday throughout the year
Annual Events

April                    Hanami (cherry blossom viewing)
May                    Koinobori (carp banner) Fieldtrip
June                     Takakuma Ajisai (hydrangea flower)
Viewing
July                    Tanabata Matsuri (star festival)
August                  Midori No Sono Summer Festival
September            Local Jūgoya (harvest moon) Participation
October                Mini Sports Fest
Novemeber           Momiji Gari ▪ Budō Gari (maple leaf
viewing & grapes picking)
December             Soba Uchi ▪ Mochi Tsuki (buckwheat
noodle and sticky rice cake making)
January                 Shin-nen Kai (New Year’s party)
February               Setsubun (bean throwing)

March                   Hina Matsuri (hina doll / girls’ festival)
Local Events

Kirishimagaoka Rose Garden Outing, Hirabō Hotaru (firefly) Outing, Kihoku Summer Festival, District Sports Meet Observation, Kihoku Town Festival, Cross-Country Watching, Round-the-town Road Relay Watching, Kihoku District Welfare Competition, Others

※Taking part in local events helps develop social independence and promotes good social relation with the community.
Voluntary Activities Volunteers support in the activity to help raise QOL (quality of life) or measures for living purposes. We organize such life enrichment activities like growing farm crops together and serving them on the table, and/or raising dogs, goats, etc. to help improve living motivations
Others We promote a person-oriented lifestyle as we assist you with your everyday routine from house chores (cooking, laundry, etc.), watching TV, to teatime with friends while listening to music or other activities. When medical condition becomes severe and requires a greater degree of support, we provide an appropriate nursing care that is designed to the level of healthcare service through the coordination of relevant departments. We also attend to your needs by offering personalized care after being discharged from the hospital.