CONSIDERATION OF ISSUES ON RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT IMPROVEMENT IN THE CAUSE OF UNITARY CHILD WELL-BEING WITH THE COMMUNITY

Shiho NONAKA, Suguru MORI
2011 Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)  
������������������������ This study aimed to consider the possibility of the residential environment improvement for the deinstitutionalization of child care institutions with the basic recognition that child well-being must be unitary with the community. As a result of the group interviews to people who had lived in the child care institution, the questionnaire to institutions in Japan, and the case study of Hope Meadows in the United States, it has become clear the following points at issue;
more » ... g points at issue; 1) Person who had lived in the child care institution is conscious of peculiar manners and ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� construction of child's interpersonal relationship and the training of sociability and cooperation. 3) A multi-generational neighborhood that supports families who have adopted children from foster care has been realized by the conversion of a existing residential area.
doi:10.3130/aija.76.2263 fatcat:7qdtwlwmyrfahlperfp54mmkpu