In June 2018 already, she had made the buzz with her big glasses and her striped shirt, failing to hit the bull’s eye. On the occasion of Emmanuel Macron’s arrival in Brittany, Carole Bourdais-Savé put on his “suit” and made a new video for the President.
Mom with two children with cerebral palsy, Cloé, 18, and Eliot, 10, Carole Bourdais-Savé created the snail house, school of conductive education, in Plédéliac, in the Côtes-d’Armor. Unfortunately, this mother needs support because this structure, the only one of its kind in Brittany, is not subsidized and costs 75,000 euros per year.
To raise the issue of disability care With the President, who will be on Wednesday April 3 at the Assises of Mayors of Brittany, in Saint-Brieuc, the mother has therefore posted a short video on YouTube. She plays on the analogy between the word “mayors” and “mothers”, which would have made her naively believe that she was going to be able to talk to Emmanuel Macron. Combative, Carole Bourdais-Savé ensures that she has the “gnaque”, the “potato”, and that she would very much like to meet the President to talk about disability, caregivers, families affected by disability, dependence, .. . “What joyful and joyful themes isn’t it?”Quips Carole Bourdais-Savé. “We have lots of ideas, but we need support”, She adds.
Theconductive education, also called Petö method named after its creator, aims to allow a child with a disability to develop as much as possible their autonomy, thanks in particular to the brain plasticity. The speakers, called “conductors” or “conductive“Are professionals trained for 4 years at the Petö Institute in Budapest or at the University of Birmingham. Psychology, physiotherapy, neurology and speech therapy are their favorite fields. There are around five such structures in France, including the Maison des escargots founded by Carole Bourdais-Savé in Brittany.
Source: Ouest France
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