Non-profit Organization (NPO) Center for independent Living-HOP
We have started our organization as a volunteer organization since1988, with our wish to improve the lives of persons with disabilities who cannot work due to their disabilities and those who have no choice but to live in residential care facilities despite their desire to live with their families.
To work, people with disabilitieswill alsoneed to do routine issues such as gettingup, washing face, getting dressed, and then leaving home. After work, theygohome andhavea dinneranda bath. Without feeling any hesitation, they can use the restroom.It is called “Normalization”. Our wish is to provide various supports for their normal daily life in local community. We have been establishing the life support service systems and places to work for them. Our organization cherishes the value of normalization as natural issues as human.
Our location We mainly work in Northern part of Japan / SAPPORO city, HOKKAIDO.
１.OriginHome-visit Nursing Care Service
We provide caregivers to individual households and nursinghomes to support their daily life in local communities for 24 hours a day.
２.AtendoMultifunction Services Complex
We provide the following four services which users can work and learn daily in the community while having fun and enjoying their life in our facilities.
(1) Day care service
(2) Support service for Continuous Employment
(3) Rehabilitation service
(4) After-school,etc.day care service
３.OriginConsultation Support Service office
We provide consultation service for the use of social welfare services.
We provide transport servicesby using vehicles with a lift for a wheelchair.
We contributed the society by committing our members to seven natural disasters relief such as the Great East JapanEarthquake.
We took part in various international activities such as conferences, sending inspection tours, accepting visitors for mutual understanding with overseas social welfare organizations.
Translating Bridging the Gap into Japanese version guide for promoting Access Exchange International’s effort to help children with disabilities to work or ride to school in 2017.
Japanese version GuideThe Newsletter of Access Exchange International June 2018.