How can we raise awareness about the dangers of Endocrine Disruptors? This is a highly anxiety-provoking topic. This is a question many health professionals are asking themselves. In the Libourne hospital centre, nesting workshops are offered to future parents to increase their awareness about environmental health and preserve toddlers' well-being.
"People are becoming more aware of these questions and paying more attention to labels. While we feel the need to switch to natural products, people sometimes get lost," says Natacha Hertereau (Chibourne's health prevention and promotion officer). This is why we wanted to "open up" the theme to the outside. "Les Parents theses" by the Cie Fenetre sur will be shown at 8 p.m. at Saint-Denis-of-Pile's Boma media library. In association with the Regional Health Agency, a representation was created by the Mutualite Francaise Nouvelle-Aquitaine. Natacha Herbereau says, "It's an instrument that makes it possible de-dramatize the subject." Both the Libourne CH as well as the Local Health Contract, which was initiated by the Greater Libournais Territorial Pole, support the initiative.
Patrick and Geraldine are preparing to be parents on stage. They are left to wonder what they will do when faced with such a responsibility. Some even panic. How can you distinguish the "wise" advice of family members, friends, professionals, or anyone else who claims to be wise? Who should you listen to? Who should you trust? The humorous tone and offbeat approach to the topic makes them less serious. The objective is to stimulate curiosity and inspire viewers to question their everyday practices.
Eric Domange, from "Fenetre sur", and a professional in early childhood will host a discussion after the show. Participants will be able to ask questions and share experiences. This is also a chance to discuss their roles and practices.