Nursing Care Work
We interviewed some foreigners who are working in Japan as care workers.
Please use this as a reference for living in Japan, being a care worker, and studying Japanese.
Indonesia Dio NATABAGUS ARIF WIJAKSONO
・ Country of origin : Indonesia
・ Year of arrival in Japan : October 2016
・ Qualification : Specific skill Nursing care No. 1
・ Japanese ability : N2
We will answer questions from everyone.
There are registered support organizations. Individuals or organizations are commissioned by host institutions to support foreign nationals who are Specified Skilled Workers with tasks like securing residency and assisting with contracts that are necessary for everyday life.
It varies depending on the rules for each country.
In the Specified Skilled Worker System, you are not able to bring your family. However, those certified care workers who have acquired “national certification” can work and live permanently, and are able to bring their families.
Level N4 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (understanding of basic Japanese) is required.
In addition to nursing care for physical needs (such as assistance related to bathing, mealtimes, toilet needs, etc. depending on the physical and mental condition of users), the work also entails other support services (such as implementation of recreational activities and assistance with functional training).
*Home visitation services are not included here.
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