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Iwate town to open after school activities center for disabled children

“An 'after school' service operated by the Kanegasaki Town Social Welfare Council opened the ceremony on site on the 18th. It is a facility for disabled children in Oshu, Kitakami city for use after school, to learn social training and creative activities to achieve independence. It will open from 1st May 2018.”

From The Iwate Nippo

April 18th 2018

An ‘after school’ service operated by the Kanegasaki Town Social Welfare Council opened the ceremony on site on the 18th. It is a facility for disabled children in Oshu, Kitakami city for use after school, to learn social training and creative activities to achieve independence. It will open from 1st May 2018.

About 40 officials attended the opening ceremony, and seven people including Mayor Takahashi Yuichi celebrated the long-awaited facility opening with tape cutting. Sato administrator (41) said, “The degree of disability is different for everyone, we want to provide a place where employees’ information sharing can be kept close and safe and secure”.

The facility is built on a area of ​​about 70 square meters), where a vacant house was renovated. The renovation work cost was about 2.27 million yen. There are ten people, with five staff members.

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