Kiyota Emi Case Study

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The previous description of the person and therefore the state of affairs happened fifteen years ago. Currently at the age of forty one Kiyota Emi earned multidisciplinary degrees in setting and behaviour science, design and horticulture medical care. She is one among leading environmental specialist dominant her own non-profit consulting farm referred to as Ibasho. The word ibasho suggests that “a place wherever you'll be able to want yourself.” It’s a Japanese thought that understand same reasonably homely atmosphere that patient will see and fills during this place that wasn't to be seen in any nursing homes. Operating to correct that downside is Kiyota’s mission. Her goal is to alter the home negligence towards the aged patients and gloomy …show more content…
In some cases, where nursing care facilities staff’s attitude and behaviour changes towards the elderly residents. In others cases, it may be much low regimentation. New facilities are now tends to divided in smaller spaces for creating the “home” section, for which the large hallway had to remove from the previous structure of the facilities design. For gather all residents of Ibasho in one common dining room for more interaction to each other freely or to host a “family” event there in the facility. Kiyota describes one such facility in Japan: “I felt so comfortable. It was also clear to me that people in the space were completely relaxed. This organization gives a certain amount of money to the staff members in each unit to decorate their unit with the residents. As a result, every single unit we visited looked completely different. Because the units were not decorated by interior designers, the space was nowhere close to being perfect. However, I loved the unique personality in each unit, and the atmosphere was so peaceful and …show more content…
The elderly care is in very dire situation. Without the care from family or from the official sources the elderly society in Japan facing a much discriminated position. For example recently in Japan, Nagoya district in the year of 2013 in October an elderly persons dead body recovered by the local authority, it’s been found out that the body is been there to left over 30 years and even the other family member of that elderly man never thought about checking on him in that last 30 years. After the situation it’s stroked an emotional outburst to the Japanese society where all people become mush aware of this situation. It’s been assumed that there might be and if not do something there will be much more cases like missing elderly people in future. A government survey by Japanese Health Ministry reviled that many numbers of Japanese elderly been missing over the years possible cause may be death. And also if the calculations are right 70,000 thousands of people of Japan may be already over 100 years of old and another ten thousands may be over 120 or 130 years of old in the time. Basically it’s been saying by the government survey that elderly people of Japan have been dying alone without the least care by officials or the family member. In Japan in past it was like that the family bond in Japan supposed to much stronger than any other country. But in recent times making us looks at

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