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Finding suitable child care facilities is a daunting task for most working families in Japan, but when it comes to children with severe medical problems and disabilities, the options are virtually nil.

With a growing number of mothers working full time, the Tokyo-based nonprofit organization Florence has for the last decade offered a helping hand to parents who can’t take their children to a regular day care center.

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