I stand in the place where the person is and take the same posture as that person. It's too easy, but it brings an unexpected realization.

Hiromichi Hosoma



The human behavior scholar who observes caregiving work says the following. For example, you hold a staff meeting at a table in the living room where the residents usually live, which has a must-see effect in terms of putting yourself in the position of residents. If you put yourself in the same situation as your opponent, your body's imagination will naturally begin to work. We should rely more on the wisdom of body. From "Nursing Body."


"November 7  2019

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"