Awaji Regional Welfare & Life Support Center
Awaji Regional Welfare & Life Support Center

Awaji Regional Welfare & Life Support Center

With “Normalization” as its primary care philosophy, the Awaji Regional Welfare & Life Support Center opened in 1999 to support the old and the intellectually disabled. The Center is a composite facility containing a welfare institution for the old and infirm who require nursing care, an elderly care institution, an institution for the intellectually impaired, an outpatient clinic, and a spacious meeting area. TOA installed an integrated emergency PA system for the entire Center, and localized amplifiers and surveillance camera systems for each of its facilities. The surveillance camera systems are synchronized with sensors installed throughout the facility, and automatically record assigned locations whenever movement is detected. Here, TOA’S technology is making an invaluable contribution to the safety and security of the Center’s residents.

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