DeafBlind working at massage shop supported by university in Kyoto

Massage shop was established in Doshisha University for support of the DeafBlind work
(photo: http://www.kyoto-np.co.jp/education/article/20110809000042)


August 9, 2011

The incorporated nonprofit organization in Kyoto established the massage shop where the DeafBlind work in Doshisha University's public sports facilities in Kyoto City on July 18.

The DeafBlind person is not able often not to take communications with the patient easily and to move around, so starting business is difficult, even if he or she has acquired the license of the massage and the acupuncture and moxibustion

The shop established in facilities that many citizens use offers the DeafBlind a place for the business support with more customers coming,.

All the thing has started with a twenties DeafBlind woman from Shiga Prefecture who complained about the job opportunity.

The shop opens on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10:00-18:00. Currently two are hired. More staff will be increased and the business hour will be extended if it gets on the right track.



 

2 comments:

Lily's world said...

Unbelievable about DeafBlind working at massage shop that show how they CAN do! (Clap, clap) So proud of it!
Impressive!

Lily's world said...

マッサージ店での聴覚障害者視覚障害者の作業についての信じられないほどのその番組がどのように行うことができます! (クラップ、拍手)それを非常に誇りに!
印象的!