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Challenged Heart - Mentally Challenged Person's Independence And Love - cover

Challenged Heart - Mentally Challenged Person's Independence And Love

Tetsuya Koja

Publisher: Babelcube

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After high school the main character Nashiro Kazunori, also finding employment, is worried about human relations to which he isn’t accustomed and stress on workplace, so he is hospitalizated. 


After leaving hospital, he begin to make regular visits to “challenged school”, a working training school for disable person with collaboration of staff of the day-care center who is attending there. In the challenged school people who have a physical, intellectual or mental handicap make an effort to train aiming to be hired. 


First day of visits at challenged school he fell in love with Kawano, a girl in a wheelchair. 


So they support each other from their meeting, Nashiro, while they encourage, aims to independence.

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