Incorporated Non-Profit Organization Group Fuji
|Our aspiration is to create communities
where people can live with their mind at ease
even as they age, even if they become ill, or are disabled.
|March 1992||Inaugurated as the voluntary association “Workers’ Collective Fuji”|
|September 1999||Obtained corporate status to become “Specified Non-Profit Corporation Workers’ Collective Fuji”|
|April 2000||Started home care assistance and home-visit care as nursing care insurance businesses|
|November 2001||Inaugurated “Volunteer Sumire” to mark 10th anniversary|
|February 2003||Opened “Day House Fujinohana” as a nursing daycare center|
|March 2003||Separated home care assistance business and launched “Incorporated NPO Fujinomi”|
|April 2003||Launched support fee business (disabled person self-reliance support business from April 2006)|
|April 2005||Became “Incorporated NPO Group Fuji”
Restarted home care assistance business
|December 2005||Established “Fuji Fund”|
|July 2006||Opened “Day House Nanohana” as a nursing insurance prevention daycare center|
|October 2007||Opened “Group Fuji Ichibankan Fujigaoka” as a welfare facility complex for children, the disabled, and the elderly to support each other under one roof; started home-visit nursing, small-scale multifunctional home care, mental disorder group home, elderly housing, general consultation service, and a restaurant|
|October 2008||Won the Mainichi Kaigo (Mainichi Newspaper Nursing Care) Incentive Award|
|November 2011||Held 20th anniversary commemorative ceremony|
|Home-Visit Care: Group Fuji Home Help|
|Group Fuji’s initiatives for developing mutually supportive communities started here.
We meticulously accommodate user needs, such as housework, nursing, pre- and post-childbirth support, child-rearing support, and more.
|This service is for those who have been certified to need long-term care.
We provide professional skills and compassionate service, including assistance for eating meals, excretion, and bathing, as well as general housework, accompaniment to medical appointments and for going out.
|Disabled Person Self-Reliance Support|
|This service is available to those who have been certified for disabled person self-reliance support. We assist disabled persons to maintain their sense of identity and live with vitality by assisting their everyday lives with housework, nursing, and accompaniment to medical appointments.|
|Home Care Support: Group Fuji Care Management|
|We prepare care plans so that the necessary health/welfare/medical services can be harnessed appropriately as needed by those who have been certified to require care so they may live normally at home. We advise how to harness overall nursing services in response to consultations from the person himself/herself and his/her family.|
|Home-Visit Nursing: Home-Visit Nursing Group Fuji|
|Nurses visit homes to assist medical treatment so that those who have been certified to need care or assistance can live independently at home as much as possible, in consideration of the body and mind.|
|Day House Fujinohana|
|This day house facility is for those certified to require care. It stands on 300 tsubo (almost 1000 square meters) of land and is surrounded with flowers and greenery, made available with the support of the family of a guest.|
|- Culture day (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays)
We value lifestyle rehabilitation and a cultural life, creating time together with guests so each individual can maintain their sense of identity and have a sense of fulfillment.
|- Community-based dementia care day (Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sundays)
We provide meticulous individualized care for guests with dementia. The focus is on bathing for Tuesdays and Sundays, and time is spent leisurely in a small group.
On Thursdays, various situations and seasonal essences are incorporated, and guests are provided with functional training, especially lifestyle rehabilitation.
|Day House Nanohana|
|This day house is located in a quiet residential area near Kugenuma Beach and was donated by the family of a guest. Those who have been certified to require assistance can enjoy culture activities with others, alternated by day of the week. This salon places value more on what people want to do, rather than what they think they can do.|
|Small-Scale Multifunctional Home Care: Shigaraki-no-Yu|
|While mainly a commuting service, we also combine visiting services and stay-over services to support staying at home. The reason for the name “Shigaraki-no-Yu” is that guests can leisurely bathe in a Shigaraki ceramic bath. Children from the kindergarten Donguri-en periodically come to play and spend time with guests.|
|Mental Disorder Group Home: Fujigaoka-no-Ie|
|We provide assistance so those with mental disorders can lead independent everyday and social lives together with the community.|
|Elderly Housing: Group Fuji Ichibankan|
|This is a home to spend the last years of life while maintaining a sense of identity, with a sense of fulfillment and reassurance.|
|Community Restaurant: OHANA|
|A symbol of the welfare apartment complex that is opened to the community. It mainly serves lunch and is open to the public.|
|General Consultation Service|
|We provide consultation for any lifestyle topic related to welfare and medical treatment, serving as a haven for the community.|
|Volunteer Activities: Volunteer Sumire|
|A volunteer group that aims to develop a society of mutual fulfillment.|
Welfare facility complex “Group Fuji Ichibankan Fujigaoka”
|This welfare facility complex was established in October 2007 and houses children, the disabled, and the elderly under one roof.|
|Incorporated NPO Group Fuji
1-4-2 Fujigaoka, Fujisawa, Kanagawa 251-0004 Japan