Written with an extract translated from The Mainichi Shimbun
September 2nd 2020
“i want you to live like you even if I’m gone.”
After the death of a parent , there is a growing movement to create “support notes” that pre-write the medical care that children with severe disabilities should receive and the life they want to spend. Not only as a means of communicating with the people around the child, but also said that “I was able to sort out the necessary information and a little less anxiety.”
Some people with disabilities are not good at remembering important things or may not be able to convey their thoughts well. What happens to a child if he/she sustains his/her life? With the aging parents, “after-parent” measures are now a serious problem.
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