Composed of 30 French, Swiss and Belgian medico-social executives, our delegation began its international study mission (organized by Dialog Health
in collaboration with FEHAP
) with a seminar on the Japanese health and cultural context at the French Embassy in Japan.
Once this context was established, the various trainees, specialized in the support of people with disabilities, went to meet the management team of the National Centre for the Rehabilitation of People with Disabilities
in order to learn about its various research techniques, particularly in the field of autism spectrum disorders.
On the second day, our team of international learners went to Sawarabi
, a medical and social village dedicated to the well-being of people with disabilities. This day was a unique opportunity to discover a different approach based on "developing the skills of each individual for the benefit of all"!
The next morning, the delegation was welcomed by Mr. Shinichiro Imashiro, director of the Musashino Higashi adapted school
. In the afternoon, the participants met with Mr Kohei Muto, Director of Litalico
and learned about an innovative model of care for people with disabilities.
On Thursday 9 March, the delegation of medical-social directors met the management team of the Human Care Center
Friday 10 March marked the end of the study mission organized by Dialog Health
, in partnership with FEHAP
, in Tokyo. To close this last day in style, this international delegation put the innovations discovered during this professional trip into perspective during a debriefing session orchestrated by Fany Cérèse
, an architect specializing in inclusive housing at Atelier AA - Human Architecture
After a sparkling brainstorming on the themes of care for the elderly and disabled in the premises of the France-Japan Chamber of Commerce
, researcher Aki Yoshida introduced the next visit: the Dawn Avatar Café
. Our delegation was welcomed by Ory Hime, the robot born from the imagination of visionary inventor Kentaro Yoshifuji
! The lunch break, with robotic waiters remotely controlled by hospital patients, was punctuated by an exciting presentation of the futuristic and medico-social company OryLab
. A unique example of inclusion through technology, as moving as it is forward-thinking.