They fight so that their visually impaired children can learn to read and write

They fight so that their visually impaired children can learn to read and write
They fight so that their visually impaired children can learn to read and write

We want our children to learn to read and write like all other children, by staying in their local school. And for this, National Education must open one or even two itinerant specialized teaching positions, to support AESH and teachers, and help our children .

In the summer of 2023, a collective of parents of blind and visually impaired children was formed in Sarthe. He fights so that their children can learn to read and write braille . They live in Allonnes, Beaumont, La Flèche, Maresché, Sablé or Tuffé (Sarthe), and advocate inclusion. They have no desire to send their children to the Ulis system located in the Marceau school in Le Mans, open to students from CP to CM2 and where the only certified Sarthois teacher works.

Accepting difference

For some of our children, it would be an hour and a half drive morning and evening, it’s unimaginable . Above all, these families do not want their children to find themselves in boxes that enclose . On the contrary, we want them to evolve in ordinary classes, with children their age. We don’t want to cut them off from their kindergarten friends, from their school in which they are all very well integrated.
Inclusive school is not…

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