Eglantine Eméyé publishes guidance and a message of support to the parents of children with autism

Eglantine Eméyé is the mother of a little boy, Sammy, who has autism. Then this Thursday, 2 April, international day of autism, the facilitator of 46-year-old was keen to publish a very special message on social networks.

In August 2005, Eglantine Eméyé put to the world their second son, Samy, diagnosed with autism. The facilitator of 46-year-old has since made this disease a fight. Engaged in associations, she has also published several books on the subject to stop making autism a taboo. The mom that it is not need : “It’s still very hard. Samy […] is part of the most difficult cases ” revealed-it in 2012. This is also the reason why she cannot live with him : “It is impossible. He has autistic disorder much too severe. […] My son needs, like a lot of autistic severe, of a fairly fixed and regular, ” she said in November 2019. Places in special schools are not available, some parents do not have other choice than to occupy themselves, and without help, their child.

His message of support to the parents of autistic

It is to them that Eglantine Eméyé wanted to make a tribute to this Thursday, 2 April, international day of autism. It is, therefore, taken hold of the social networks to pass on a video message to all parents confined with their children : “I know that there are a lot of people think today, the sick, the nursing staff, the cashiers, the truck drivers, a lot of world to which we can say thank you. But I would like that we have also a thought for all those families who have their autistic child at home. This is not always easy, it is even more difficult if you live in an apartment. It is necessary to support them.” To do this, she has launched a chain of solidarity on Twitter : “You have a garden ? You know near you a family with autism ? Stay in your house and give them access to your garden the time they romp a little, “or even” If you know a single mom with an autistic, and if you propose to go shopping ? “. A call which, as we hope for it and all the others, will be heard.

#Message

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— ÉMÉYÉ Mia (@Eglantine_EMEYE) April 2, 2020

#journeemondialedelautisme You have a garden? You know near you a family with autism? Stay in your house and give them access to your garden the time they romp a bit. #solidarity#ungestesimple

— ÉMÉYÉ Mia (@Eglantine_EMEYE) April 2, 2020