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Disabled children: at the Toulouse-Lautrec school, a "cocoon" in the spotlight


REPORT - In this Hauts-de-Seine establishment, highlighted by the Lycée Toulouse-Lautrec series broadcast on TF1, 250 students have motor disabilities.


take it easy, boys!

What did we say with the speed?

In a corridor of the regional establishment for adapted education (Erea) Toulouse-Lautrec de Vaucresson (Hauts-de-Seine), Mariem Dhaoui, deputy headmaster, calls to order two college students who spin straight ahead in their armchairs electric wheels.

In this establishment placed under the spotlight by the series

Lycée Toulouse-Lautrec

, broadcast on TF1 in January, the scene is banal.

Of the 348 students at Erea, from CP to BTS, 250 have motor disabilities.

Their medical follow-up is provided by a care center which depends on the regional health agency (ARS) Île-de-France, located in the heart of the site.

“The two structures are deeply intertwined

,” explains Jean-François Gesbert, the headmaster.

Care and rehabilitation sessions are integrated into the students' schedule.

4th grade break with Madame Marie.


On this winter Thursday morning, Sandrine Morin, physiotherapist, takes care of Emma, ​​a little…

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Source: lefigaro

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