Introducing all of the care provided at a hospital that embodies “I want to spend my last years like this”

Seibundo Shinkosha Co., Ltd.
Introducing all of the care provided at a hospital that embodies “I want to spend my last years like this”

Seibundo Shinkosha Co., Ltd. (Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo) will release “Gentle Care Method for Supporting “Rich Aging”” on December 13, 2022 (Tuesday).
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In recent years, there have been many opinions that home nursing care and death at home are better.
Death in a hospital has a dark image, but there is a hospital that embodies “I want to spend my last years like this.”
Keiyu Hospital is a hospital specializing in geriatrics located in Ome, Tokyo. This hospital has its own care methods, such as “Hygiene management that does not make the hospital smell peculiar to the hospital”, “Nursing care that provides a little rehabilitation each time”, “Rehabilitation that is done while maintaining grooming”, and “Face-to-face talks even with anxiety about death”. philosophy is established.
This thorough care has been so well received that it used to be said that there was a “four-year wait, 400-person wait”.
In 2018, the number of people certified as requiring long-term care in Japan was 6.574 million, and the pace of increase has been
accelerating in recent years.
This book introduces the “skilled kindness” care practiced by Ome Keiyu Hospital from the perspectives of the chief nurse, care and rehabilitation staff, food staff, and users (patients). Ms. Yukiko Kurokawa, Director of the Research Institute, explains the methodology and mental attitude of care based on the psychology of the elderly. [Image 2

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【table of contents】
Chapter 1 Where would you like to spend the end of your life? Chapter 2 How to deal with “dying”?
Chapter 3. Should the child be responsible for nursing care? Chapter 4 What is rehabilitation for?
Chapter 5 For “Affluent Last Years”
[Profile of editor/supervisor]
Yukiko Kurokawa
Clinical psychologist, doctor of health sciences. Professor Emeritus of Sophia University and Director of Yukiko Kurokawa Institute of Gerontology. Vice President of the Japanese Society of Geriatric Clinical Psychology. With the theme of the psychology of the elderly, he is involved in clinical psychology of the elderly and their families, such as dementia and depression, personal history chronology programs, and corporate training.
Ome Keiyu Hospital
Nobuo Otsuka opened the clinic in 1980 with the philosophy of “creating a facility where one’s parents can be entrusted with peace of mind.” In 2005, we opened a sister hospital, Yomiuri Land Keiyu Hospital. Both hospitals are highly rated as “hospitals where you can spend your last years most abundantly”.
[Book overview]
Title of the book: Gentle care method to support “prosperous aging” From the scene of Ome Keiyu Hospital
Edited by: Yukiko Kurokawa
Supervision: Ome Keiyu Hospital
Specifications: A5 format, 256 pages
Regular price: 1,980 yen (tax included)
Release date: Tuesday, December 13, 2022
ISBN: 978-4-416-62101-1
[Click here to purchase the book]
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[Inquiries about books]
Seibundo Shinkosha Co., Ltd.
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Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000001370.000012109.html


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