In the middle of the room, Madoka Nishimura freely paints while basking in the spotlight of those around her. When she approaches her artwork, she draws inspiration from the memorable events of the four seasons and special occasions, cherishing the joyful memories shared with others. Descending from her wheelchair, she uses her upper body extensively, spreading paint on the canvas from top to bottom, held in her palms. Her strokes were delicate and colors subtle, but recently, her style has evolved into bold and dynamic touch, using richer and deeper colors. When she proudly showcases her finished pieces, her expression warms the hearts of those who see them.
“Intellectual Disability”. Within the spectrum exists variants of personalities. Rich sensitivities, intricate dexterity, bold ideas, refined attractiveness and more. Not “typical”, in turn, brings possibilities to life.
We aim to transcend borders by the names of prejudice and common sense that divide this world. By delivering diverse “exceptionalities” to society in various ways, we aspire to shape a new culture by pioneering a welfare-centered approach.