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Otolaryngologists at Hayashima Clinic provide care for a variety of ear, nose, and throat disorders. These include (i) acute/chronic infections in ear, nose, and throat; (ii) hearing loss, tinnitus, vertigo, and other balance disorders; (iii) benign and malignant growths of the head and neck and, (iv) airway disorders such as obstructive sleep apnea and vocal cord abnormalities. Our mission is to promote the highest quality of healthcare for patients with otolaryngologic diseases through accurate diagnosis, systematic research, and the provision of empathetic, state-of-the-art medical treatment.
Dr. Fukushima is an otolaryngologist, i.e. a physician specialized in diagnosing and treating diseases of the head and neck, especially those involving the ears, nose, and throat. He has various areas of interest in the field of otolaryngology, including infectious disease, genetic disorders, and pediatric otolaryngology. He has particular expertise in management and rehabilitation of patients with otolaryngological conditions, including hearing impairment, voice problems, balance disorder, and swallowing difficulties.
The dermatology practices at Hayashima Clinic constitute regional small office-based medical care, offering a broad spectrum of diagnostic and treatment services for patients of all ages with cutaneous conditions.
Dr. Fukushima specializes in inflammatory skin disorders, including bacterial infection and atopic dermatitis, and also provides a range of general medical services in addition to cosmetic skin care treatments. She obtained her MD degree from Okayama University. After her residency training at Okayama University and clinical practices at Yamada Dermatology Clinic , she is now serving as a vice president of the medical corporation of SAKURA-KAI for the health and quality of life of Hayashima residents. She is also a mother of two sons.
15-32 Yumino-Cho, Kita-ku Okayama city, Okayama, 700-0817, Japan TEL : 086-232-8700 FAX : 086-232-8701 e-mail to : email@example.com
Child Development Support office is a private, community-based organization established in 2016 to provide a range of language training and social services to handicapped children and their families in the district of Okayama.
The mission of KIDS*FIRST is to provide programs that empower children and their families by helping them to learn Japanese and eventually to improve their ability to survive in the real world. Initially, a nationwide study named Strategic Research for Sensory Dysfunction (primary research leader: Dr. K Fukushima) was developed along with the demonstration of both the importance and efficacy of language training for school-aged hearing-impaired children. In the beginning, our major focus was solely on language training; however, we have evolved into a multi-service organization that now provides a wide range of services for children, youth, and families.
Speech-Language-HearingTherapist (SLHT), Certified Audiology Specialist
Public Health Nurse
Akie Fujiyoshi is a pediatric speech-language pathologist and the director of KIDS*FIRST . Fujiyoshi specializes in early intervention, speech sound development, apraxia of speech, and language delays, as well as learning difficulties, including developmental dyslexia. She has over ten years of experience in the field of Speech-Language Pathology.
Speech-Language-Hearing Therapist (SLHT)
Since she passed her national board certification as SLHT in 1999, she has been working as a cochlear implant specialist for both adults and children at Okayama University Hospital Cochlear Implant Team. Currently, as one of the KIDS*FIRST members, her knowledge and expertise in cochlear implant mapping are being applied.
Our mission with Angelic side is to ensure that handicapped children and their families live comfortably and safely in Okayama. We provide services including: i) assistance in using welfare services such as the provision of information and advice about services, ii) offering the best welfare service for children with special needs in their daily or school lives, iii) supervision of the service provided for the children and, iv) helping to review and reform the service planning if necessary.
SUTASAPO is our upcoming study support service for children with special needs. We provide an individualized study support especially for a child with language delay, regardless of additional handicaps including ASD or hearing impairments. We also provide special training for those with developmental dyslexia in Japanese handwriting.
We would like to thank Editage (www.editage.jp) for English language editing.