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[ADI2017] Words for a Journey: Collaboration Toward Dementia Friendly Society

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Takashi Iba, Makoto Okada, Tomoki Kaneko, “Words for a Journey: Collaboration Toward Dementia Friendly Society,” 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International, Kyoto, Japan, April, 2017.

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[ADI2017] Words for a Journey: Collaboration Toward Dementia Friendly Society

  1. 1. 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International Words for a Journey Collaboration Toward Dementia Friendly Society Takashi Iba Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University R&D Strategy & Planning Office, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. Associate Professor Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University Ph.D in Media and Governance Makoto Okada Tomoki Kaneko 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 Just translated into 25 languages! 旅のことば
  2. 2. When diagnosed with dementia, many people often become depressed by negative images of disability and lose the will to do anything else.
  3. 3. When diagnosed with dementia, many people often become depressed by negative images of disability and lose the will to do anything else. There are people who are living well with dementia.
  4. 4. How to live well with Dementia When diagnosed with dementia, many people often become depressed by negative images of disability and lose the will to do anything else. There are people who are living well with dementia.
  5. 5. How to live well with Dementia When diagnosed with dementia, many people often become depressed by negative images of disability and lose the will to do anything else. There are people who are living well with dementia. Many people can improve their quality of life by themselves with the practical knowledge.
  6. 6. How to live well with Dementia 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 When diagnosed with dementia, many people often become depressed by negative images of disability and lose the will to do anything else. There are people who are living well with dementia. Many people can improve their quality of life by themselves with the practical knowledge.
  7. 7. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312734841/ Takashi Iba, Makoto Okada, Iba Laboratory , Dementia Friendly Japan Initiative, Words for a Journey: The Art of Being with Dementia, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 • • • • e future with their own hands. e believe that pattern languages are key media Pattern Language is a collection of informa- ogether works in a language-like structure to elated to a certain field of knowledge. The idea guage was invented in architecture, and then er that, pattern languages have been applied to s education, presentation, collaboration, busi- public policy. experience how to generate new ideas toward ern languages. You will collaborate with other as for social innovation through examining ems and solutions in the certain social domain. solve, this workshop focuses on improving the ntia.” Dementia is a syndrome of deterioration and the ability to perform daily life activities. mentia is rapidly increasing (over 8 million in r the age of 65; more than 800,000 people in 5 years old). Despite this critical social issue, orts to create systems, tools, and services that live well in daily life. language, and how it enhances creativity Utilizing pattern languages to generate ideas Turning your ideas into great projects Facilitating a new kind of idea generation workshops Taking better actions for people with dementia and their families You are putting effort into caregiving.If you do everything for the cared person, including the tasks that they can do on their own, eventually they would become unable to do anything. Provide small opportunities for the cared person to contribute to the family. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Chance to Shine Small contributions matter. 21 FOR THE CARING You are putting effort into caregiving.If you do everything for the cared person, including the tasks that they can do on their own, eventually they would become unable to do anything. Provide small opportunities for the cared person to contribute to the family. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Chance to Shine Small contributions matter. FOR THE CARING You have begun spending less time outside and more time inside your home. Staying inside your home all the time is not fun and may be tiring. Find a place where you can go by yourself without any trouble, and make sure your family knows about the place too. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Favorite Place A place outside the home, which your family also knows about. 9FOR THE CARED You have begun spending less time outside and more time inside your home. Staying inside your home all the time is not fun and may be tiring. Find a place where you can go by yourself without any trouble, and make sure your family knows about the place too. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Favorite Place A place outside the home, which your family also knows about. FOR THE CAREDThe book of English-version is available at
  8. 8. Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem SolutionContext Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language Vocabulary describing practical knowledge in a certain domain. A pattern language consists of patterns that describe what kind of problem frequently occurs in a certain context, and what is a good solution for the problem. “Words for a Journey” is written and organized as a pattern language
  9. 9. A Creative Collaboration creates new values that can change the world. In a Creative Collaboration, an emergent vigor is produced where team members motivate each other and grow together. This new vigor cannot be attributed to any one team member but to the team as a whole. How can such a Creative Collaboration be achieved? The secrets are scribed in this book. Collaboration Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a successful collaboration. The Collaboration Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Collaboration Patterns here are in a pattern language that helps a team achieve a Creative Collaboration. Along with discovering ways to practice effective teamwork, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Collaboration Patterns to make your collaborative projects successful. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Collaboration Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration CreativeShiftIBACollaborationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations Pattern Languages for human actions, we created in other domains Learning Patterns Collaboration Patterns Presentation Patterns Survival Language Change Making Patterns Words for a Journey Project Design Patterns Cooking Parenting & Working Open Dialogue 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000
  10. 10. WORDS FOR CARING FAMILIES WORDS FOR THOSE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA WORDS FOR EVERYONE The patterns are categorized into three groups. Each group contains words that provide problems and solutions for the person in the corresponding group.7348451312 78-1-312-73484-5 90000
  11. 11. 15 Gift of Words12 Live in the Moment 13 Self-Intro Album 14 Own Way of Expressing 11 Turning the Tide10 Voice of Experience 7 Daily Chore 8 Self-Reflecting Room 9 Favorite Place 6 Can-Do List5 Fellow Travelers2 The First Step 3 Departure Announcement 4 Travel Plan WORDS FOR THOSE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA
  12. 12. なじみの居場所 家族も知っている外出先をつくる。 No.9 WORDS FOR THOSE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA
  13. 13. Context You have begun spending less time outside and more time inside your home. ▼ In this context Staying inside your home all the time is not fun and may be tiring. No one likes to stay in the same place all the time. However, if you freely go out, your family may become worried that you may become confused and lost while you are out alone. ▼ Therefore Problem
  14. 14. Solution Find a place where you can go by yourself without any trouble, and make sure your family knows about the place too. If you already have such a place, tell your family that it is your “Favorite Place.” If not, find a place such as a coffee shop or art museum near your home that you like, where you feel comfortable. You can ask a friend or a family member to help you find this place. Once you find your place, it would be nice to say hello to the people there so you can get on well early. ▼ Consequently By having a second place besides your home where you can feel comfortable, you will be able to spend good times outside your home. Your family will feel comfortable letting you go out alone too if they know you are at your “Favorite Place.” Even if a symptom of dementia occurs at the place, if the people there know about you, they would be able to treat you properly. ▼ Therefore Consequence
  15. 15. なじみの居場所 家族も知っている外出先をつくる。 No.9 WORDS FOR THOSE LIVING WITH DEMENTIA
  16. 16. 16 Going Together 17 Team Leader 30 Generational Mix 31 The Amusement Committee 32 Hint of Feelings28 Casual Counseling 29 Special Day 25 The Seen World 26 Personal Time 27 Emotion Switch23 Make it Funny 24 Usual Talk 20 Disclosing Chat 21 Chance to Shine 22 Preparation for the Dream 18 Family Expert 19 The Three Consultants WORDS FOR CARING FAMILIES
  17. 17. 37 Mix-Up Event 33 Job-Specific Contributions 38 Inventing Jobs 34 On-the-Spot Helper 39 Delivering the Voice 35 Encouraging Supporter 40 Warm Design 36 Personal Connections WORDS FOR EVERYONE
  18. 18. 1 A New Journey 2 The First Step 3 Departure Announcement 4 Travel Plan 5 Fellow Travelers 6 Can-Do List 7 Daily Chore 8 Self-Reflecting Room 9 Favorite Place 10 Voice of Experience 11 Turning the Tide 12 Live in the Moment 13 Self-Intro Album 14 Own Way of Expressing 15 Gift of Words 16 Going Together 17 Team Leader 18 Family Expert 19 The Three Consultants 20 Disclosing Chat 21 Chance to Shine 22 Preparation for the Dream 23 Make it Funny 24 Usual Talk 25 The Seen World 26 Personal Time 27 Emotion Switch 28 Casual Counseling 29 Special Day 30 Generational Mix 31 The Amusement Committee 32 Hint of Feelings 33 Job-Specific Contributions 34 On-the-Spot Helper 35 Encouraging Supporter 36 Personal Connections 37 Mix-Up Event 38 Inventing Jobs 39 Delivering the Voice 40 Warm Design WORDS FOR EVERYONEWORDS FOR THE CARINGWORDS FOR THE CARED
  19. 19. 21. Chance to Shine 10. Voice of Experience 7. Daily Chore 39. Delivering the Voice 9. Favorite Place 40. Warm Design 38. Inventing Jobs 34. On-the-Spot Helper 11. Turning the Tide 33. Job-Specific Contributions 6. Can-Do List 3. Departure Announcement 23. Make it Funny5. Fellow Travelers 2. The First Step 16. Going Together 15. Gift of Words 27. Emotion Switch 19. The Three Consultants 26. Personal Time 24. Usual Talk 20. Disclosing Chat 17. Team Leader 28. Casual Counseling 35. Encouraging Supporter 1. A New Journey 32. Hint of Feelings 4. Travel Plan 22. Preparation for the Dream 12. Live in the Moment 25. The Seen World 18. Family Expert 36. Personal Connections 8. Self-Reflecting Room 37. Mix-Up Event 14. Own Way of Expressing 29. Special Day 30. Generational Mix 13. Self-Intro Album 31. The Amusement Committee Network of Related Patterns in the Words for a Journey WORDS FOR THE CARED WORDS FOR THE CARING WORDS FOR EVERYONE
  20. 20. Mining Interview with people with dementia and caring families
  21. 21. Clustering, Writing, and Illustrating
  22. 22. Grand Prix of Dementia Friendly Award 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 Kawasaki Innovation Standard
  23. 23. The words can be used as vocabulary for communication
  24. 24. at a day care center, Machida, Tokyo“Can-Do List”
  25. 25. Reading one page when finishing the Orange cafe gathering, Kamakura, Kanagawa
  26. 26. Dialogue Workshop in the Dementia Friendly Japan Summit 2015, Tokyo
  27. 27. Planning among city officers and dementia supporters, Nagoya, Aichi
  28. 28. Doctor and Nurse select and display some cards everyday in Hospital, Ibasaki, Osaka
  29. 29. Action Guidebook for people with dementia, provided by local government, Kawasaki, Kanagawa
  30. 30. Training courses for care staffs of residences with health and welfare services for the elderly, Tokyo
  31. 31. Applying to Education of Nursing Undergraduate Program, Fujisawa, Kanagawa Poster Presentation PO1-093 @ADI2017
  32. 32. Idea Generation Workshop, Fujisawa, Kanagawa
  33. 33. Idea Generation Workshops, Rome, Italy; IL & CA, USA
  34. 34. 日々の生活のなかで、言いたいことがうまく言えていない ような気がしています。 気持ちがうまく伝えられないと、そのときどきでストレスが たまるだけでなく、徐々に自信が薄れていってしまいます。 ことば以外の方法で、自分の気持ちや感覚を表現すること を楽しみます。 ▼ そのとき ▼ そこで 自分なりの表現 人は誰でもアーティスト。 14本人 An idea was actually realized as an event, “Own Way of Expressing”
  35. 35. Exploration and Practice with “Words for a Journey” Tomoki Kaneko Poster Presentation PO2-314 @ADI2017
  36. 36. Silver News 2015.01.16 Silver News 2015.06.19 Sankei 2015.07.03 Kanagawa 2014.11.08Asahi 2015.06.12 Ohayo 21. 2015 Oct Gendai 2015.10.28 Japanese Newspapers
  37. 37. 90000 Newspaper in UK
  38. 38. We currently have 25 languages! Open Collaboration Project for translating Words for a Journey to diverse languages Japanese English Bulgarian Chinese (Cantonese) Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) Czech Danish Dutch Filipino Finnish French German Indonesian Korean Malay Myanmar Nepali Polish Portuguese Russian Sinhala Spanish Thai Turkish WordsforaJourney–TheArtofBeingwithDementiaMultilingualVersion(April,2017) 旅行的語言 旅のことば Mga salita para sa isang paglalakbay Slova na cestu Думи за пътуване Sanoja Matkalle Ord til en rejse 旅行既語言 Des mots pour un voyage Woorden Voor Een Reisonderweg 旅行的语言 Wörter für eine Reise एउटा यात्रा लागि शब्दहरु Kata-kata untuk Sebuah Perjalanan .uklg u.fmkaùula SŁOWA NA PODRÓŻ 여행 언어 Palabras para un Viaje Mensagem de uma Jornada Kata-kata Untuk Sebuah Perjalanan ถ้อยคำสำหรับการเดินทาง Слова для путешествия ဘဝခရီး၏စကား Bir yolculuk için sözler < Multilingual Version > 25 Indonesian Korean Malay Myanmar Nepali Polish Portuguese Russian Sinhala Spanish Thai Turkish pril, 2017) PDF is available at http://journey.sfc.keio.ac.jp/
  39. 39. We would like to acknowledge for translations and contributions: Taichi Isaku, Elissaveta Gourova Pikshan Tse Pavel Hruby Alex Young Pedersen Magdalena Chmarra Stefan Klein Rogie Royce Carandang Akira Shibanuma Veli-Pekka Eloranta Helene Finidori Petra Szucsich Helmut Leitner Reinhard Bauer Andree Pratana Open Collaboration Project for translating Words for a Journey to diverse languages Jang Minyoung Nur Nameerah Mohd Fadzil Lia Cing Lam Mang Takao Tomono Richa Shah Magdalena Chmarra Marcia Minami Ryo Takagai Ivan Petrov Achala Upendra Jayatilleke Achini Jayatilleke Paulina Silva Ghio Pimpapassorn Techapattanakorn (Nana) Meryem Dural WordsforaJourney–TheArtofBeingwithDementiaMultilingualVersion(April,2017) 旅行的語言 旅のことば Mga salita para sa isang paglalakbay Slova na cestu Думи за пътуване Sanoja Matkalle Ord til en rejse 旅行既語言 Des mots pour un voyage Woorden Voor Een Reisonderweg 旅行的语言 Wörter für eine Reise एउटा यात्रा लागि शब्दहरु Kata-kata untuk Sebuah Perjalanan .uklg u.fmkaùula SŁOWA NA PODRÓŻ 여행 언어 Palabras para un Viaje Mensagem de uma Jornada Kata-kata Untuk Sebuah Perjalanan ถ้อยคำสำหรับการเดินทาง Слова для путешествия ဘဝခရီး၏စကား Bir yolculuk için sözler < Multilingual Version > 25 Indonesian Korean Malay Myanmar Nepali Polish Portuguese Russian Sinhala Spanish Thai Turkish English Japanese Bulgarian Chinese (Cantonese) Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) Czech Danish Dutch Filipino Finnish French German 25 languages (April, 2017)
  40. 40. Current 25 languages Japanese English Bulgarian Chinese (Cantonese) Chinese (Simplified) Chinese (Traditional) Czech Danish Dutch Filipino Finnish French German Indonesian Korean Malay Myanmar Nepali Polish Portuguese Russian Sinhala Spanish Thai Turkish We are still looking for voluntary collaborators who translate into other languages! Please contact us: journey@sfc.keio.ac.jp WordsforaJourney–TheArtofBeingwithDementiaMultilingualVersion(April,2017) 旅行的語言 旅のことば Mga salita para sa isang paglalakbay Slova na cestu Думи за пътуване Sanoja Matkalle Ord til en rejse 旅行既語言 Des mots pour un voyage Woorden Voor Een Reisonderweg 旅行的语言 Wörter für eine Reise एउटा यात्रा लागि शब्दहरु Kata-kata untuk Sebuah Perjalanan .uklg u.fmkaùula SŁOWA NA PODRÓŻ 여행 언어 Palabras para un Viaje Mensagem de uma Jornada Kata-kata Untuk Sebuah Perjalanan ถ้อยคำสำหรับการเดินทาง Слова для путешествия ဘဝခရီး၏စကား Bir yolculuk için sözler < Multilingual Version > 25 Indonesian Korean Malay Myanmar Nepali Polish Portuguese Russian Sinhala Spanish Thai Turkish ese) ed) nal) es (April, 2017)
  41. 41. ENERATION WORKSHOP FOR SOCIAL INNOVATIONS WITH PATTERN LANGUAGES RS SHI IBA, PhD, Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University OTO OKADA , R&D Strategy and Planning Office, Fujitsu Laboratories, Ltd. A YOSHIKAWA , Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University WHAT YOU WILL LEARN After the workshop you will be ca- pable of: • • • • • - more complex and diverse day by day. In such a novation should be no longer limited to just com- t is entrusted to each and every individual who are approaching the age of “Creative Society,” a their own goods, tools, concepts, knowledge, the future with their own hands. we believe that pattern languages are key media A Pattern Language is a collection of informa- h together works in a language-like structure to related to a certain field of knowledge. The idea anguage was invented in architecture, and then After that, pattern languages have been applied to as education, presentation, collaboration, busi- d public policy. l experience how to generate new ideas toward attern languages. You will collaborate with other deas for social innovation through examining blems and solutions in the certain social domain. o solve, this workshop focuses on improving the mentia.” Dementia is a syndrome of deterioration or, and the ability to perform daily life activities. dementia is rapidly increasing (over 8 million in ver the age of 65; more than 800,000 people in 65 years old). Despite this critical social issue, efforts to create systems, tools, and services that to live well in daily life. l together generate ideas about new supporting oward a dementia-friendly society. Note that no y. We will use “Words for a Journey” Pattern Understanding the idea of pattern language, and how it enhances creativity Utilizing pattern languages to generate ideas Turning your ideas into great projects Facilitating a new kind of idea generation workshops Taking better actions for people with dementia and their families You are putting effort into caregiving.If you do everything for the cared person, including the tasks that they can do on their own, eventually they would become unable to do anything. Provide small opportunities for the cared person to contribute to the family. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Chance to Shine Small contributions matter. 21 FOR THE CARING You are putting effort into caregiving.If you do everything for the cared person, including the tasks that they can do on their own, eventually they would become unable to do anything. Provide small opportunities for the cared person to contribute to the family. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Chance to Shine Small contributions matter. FOR THE CARING You have begun spending less time outside and more time inside your home. Staying inside your home all the time is not fun and may be tiring. Find a place where you can go by yourself without any trouble, and make sure your family knows about the place too. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Favorite Place A place outside the home, which your family also knows about. 9FOR THE CARED You have begun spending less time outside and more time inside your home. Staying inside your home all the time is not fun and may be tiring. Find a place where you can go by yourself without any trouble, and make sure your family knows about the place too. ▼ In the context ▼ Therefore Favorite Place A place outside the home, which your family also knows about. FOR THE CARED How to live well with Dementia 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 There are people who are living well with dementia. Many people can improve their quality of life by themselves with the practical knowledge. Words for a Journey
  42. 42. 32nd International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International Words for a Journey Collaboration Toward Dementia Friendly Society Takashi Iba Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University R&D Strategy & Planning Office, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. Associate Professor Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University Ph.D in Media and Governance Makoto Okada Tomoki Kaneko 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 See also at Poster Site PO1-093 & PO2-314 Booth No.07 Dementia Friendship Club Booth No.05 作業療法士協会
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