Family & Relationships: "Everyone is housed in the same brand": Hélène de Fougerolles shares her difficulties at the autism of her daughter Shana

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© Jean-Marc Haedrich/Sipa "Everyone is housed in the same brand": Hélène de Fougerolles shares her difficulties at the autism of her daughter Shana Actress Hélène de Fougerolles has a fight: helping people with autistic people to be independent. The announcement of syndrome with her daughter Shana was a real shock for the actress. She confides without taboo.

A new page turns in the career of Hélène de Fougerolles . The popularized actress thanks to her role in the Balthazar series alongside Tomer Sisley (between 2018 and 2021) decided to choose much more tortured and deep characters. She will thus make her start in the mini-series of France 2 and the mountain Fleurira , broadcast from August 29. "I wanted to explore other universes (...) I loved what I read and I would not have wanted another role than that of Séraphine" , confided Hélène de Fougerolles to our colleagues from us two . Fans also know her for her fight for her daughter Shana, suffering from autism . The laying of such a diagnosis was not obvious to accept for the mother and she confides without modesty.

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Hélène de Fougerolles returns to the day she learned that her daughter had autism

" I was so in denial for my daughter " , confessed Hélène de Fougerolles, before clarifying: " What was difficult, it was to make a quick diagnosis without making us feel guilty . I think that you have to make a case by case. But I am not more informed and implicated than That. I don't want to have this label ". With this book, the actress wanted to show that " everyone is housed in the same brand, whether we are known or not". "All as much as we are, we try to do with what we have" , "she explained.

Towards a more autonomous future for Shana

even if she does not wish to be a standard of this cause, Hélène Fougerolles tries to use her notoriety and her network to improve the lives of people with autism. She thus created Shana's house, who will accommodate nine autistic adults including her daughter Shana , 19 years old. "We hope to open in March 2023. Autism presents peculiarities which make that one can become autonomous thanks to specialized educators. too often considered as mental handicapped, autistic people are not accompanied towards autonomy " , concluded the actress.

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