法人理念

1.使命(mission)

 2100年に福島で生まれた子ども達が安心して暮らせる、より幸せな地域を作るため、私たちが有機腐葉土となって子ども達の命と安全を守る活動を続ける

2.目指す姿(vision)

 福島県で生まれた子ども達が誰でも安心して暮らせる地域作りの実現

3.基本姿勢(value)

(1)原発事故で被災した障がい者家族の痛み、悲しみ、喜びを分かち合い、共に歩みます。
(2)人々が自ら気づき、行動し自立へ向かう開発を重視します
(3)互いに支え合い、高め合うための触媒としての役割を果たします

法人概要

活動の目的

 東日本大震災や仮設住宅での生活を強いられていた被災者。特に障がい児を育てる家族は、環境の変化に戸惑う子ども達の姿にストレスを抱えていました。障がい児を抱える双葉郡8町村からの避難者は、子ども達を郡山市内の支援学校に通わせているが、もともと郡山市内の環境は支援学校に通う子ども達は県内の他市町村と比較しても多く、放課後の日中一時預かりを利用するとなると、複数の事業所を利用させざる得ない環境にありました。
住み慣れた土地を離れ、避難生活を過ごす子ども達は一般の小中学校に通っていても不安を感じる日々を過ごしており、発達障がい児に象徴されるように障がい児は環境の変化に戸惑い続ける子ども達も少なくありません。私たちは福島県郡山市に「交流サロン ひかり」を開所し、障がい児を育てる家族が交流サロンを訪れることにより、普段なかなか相談できない悩みを話してもらい、障がい児を抱える家族同士が悩みを共有し、問題解消に努め、障がい児家族のストレス軽減を図っています。

「私たちが目指すもの」

ただ人が集う場所というのではなく発達障がい児が幼少の頃から成人し、そして人生を全うするまでの支援の基礎を作りたいと考えています。発達障がい児の家族が抱える子育ての悩みを共有し、一緒に解決方法を考えていく。そして早期からの療育活動、社会で生きていくために必要な生活技術の教育、自立支援、また彼らが生き甲斐の生活を送るための余暇支援活動に取り組むと共に、何より重要な社会に向けた啓発活動を柱に、今後、息の長い活動を目指し尽力したいと考えています。
障がいのある方やその方を支えている人々と共に考える。私たちは、障がいに寄り添って分かち合い、一人ひとりの違いや能力を尊びながら長所を伸ばす取り組みを重ねて行きます。そしてその支援活動は“自立”という目標のために、障がいと向き合いながら自分の能力を広げて「輝き」のある毎日を送って頂けるよう、携わる全ての方をサポートします。


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<Purpose of Activity>
There are victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake who are forced to live in provisional housing. Especially, parents of children with disabilities feel stressed to see their children who are disturbed by the change of environment. Evacuees from eight towns and villages in Futaba-county send their children with special needs to the schools for disabled children in Koriyama city. However, the number of children who go to these schools is higher in Koriyama city than other cities in Fukushima prefecture. Therefore, when parents use temporary child care center after school, they have to use multiple institutions. Even children without disabilities, who have to move away from their familiar surroundings and live as evacuees, feel uneasy while going to general elementary and junior high schools. Therefore, many children with disabilities, especially children with autism, have been continuously disturbed by the change of environment. We have established “Exchange salon HIKARI” in Koriyama city in Fukushima prefecture, where parents of children with special needs can visit freely, consult and share their problems with other parents. Moreover, we try to solve their problems and alleviate stress of family members of disabled children.
<Aim of “Exchange Salon HIKARI”>
We aim to establish a foundation of support for children with autism and developmental disability throughout their lifetime from childhood to adult. We share problems about child rearing with parents of children with autism and developmental disability and think about solution together. Moreover, we work on rehabilitation activities from early stage, education for necessary life skills to live in the society, job seeking assistance for living independently and support for leisure activities in which disabled children can live in a meaningful life. Along with these activities, we are committed to long-term activity focusing on the most important enlightenment activities in the society. We think about something to live for with people with disabilities and people who support them. We share enjoyment with disabled people by understanding their disabilities, and work on developing personal strengths of disabled children while respecting their differences and abilities. We are committed to support children with disabilities to extend their abilities for the purpose of “living independently” and realize self-sufficient lives while facing disabilities.
<Description of activities>
1. Consultation of problems with family members of children with disabilities

2. Hosting workshop of rehabilitation specialists

3. Exchange of information with family members of disabled children using social media

4. Conducting experience learning activity “Michikusa burabura tankentai”


Non-proliferative organization “FUYODO”
Becoming organic leaf mold is what we can do for children in the future in 2100 .

We have continuously conducted activities with a focus on “Reconstruction assistance project for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake” and “Support project for child-rearing and people with disabilities”.

1) Reconstruction assistance project for the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake

2) Project hosting and supporting local revitalization events

3) Project providing lecture, information and education for experiences in a natural environment

4) Project protecting children from radiation contamination and promoting sound growth of children

5) Project supporting child-rearing and people with disabilities

6) Project supporting development of vocational ability and expanding employment opportunities

7) Day-service project for children after school based on Child Welfare Act

8) Child development support project based on Child Welfare Act

9) Project of record and publicity activity for the Great East Japan Earthquake

10) Project providing materials and related articles to host above-mentioned events and activities

11) Project accompanying above mentioned projects.