Aurélie Charrière

Aurélie Charrière

Communication officer & translator

Aurélie Charrière studied languages at the University of Nantes and the University of Nice in France, as well as in Düsseldorf, Germany. She spent four years in Germany and Austria. After a couple of years of gaining experience as a translator in the audio-visual industry, she had to give up on her career in order to take care of her daughter Camille, who underwent surgery due to diaphragmatic hernia right after she was born. Camille was tube-fed until she was 22 months old. She has been tube-weaned thanks to NoTube’s team. Therefore, Aurélie knows the difficulties which tube-dependency causes in everyday life. Today, she lives in France and puts her command of languages and her experience as a mother at other parents’ disposal in order to help them with their choice and the different steps of the registration process.

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8 reasons why diaphragmatic hernia and tube dependency are connected

8 reasons why diaphragmatic hernia and tube dependency are connected

Apart from the life threatening risk right after birth, up to pulmonary hypertension which might be dangerous for a few more months, over the different breathing problems, the long-term difficulties of diaphragmatic hernia are often underestimated. Problems which are rarely taken into consideration are eating disorders, or even worse: tube dependency. How does this problem develop and how could it be avoided?

Daycare with a tube-fed child

Daycare with a tube-fed child

Everyday life with a tube fed child is never easy and the parent who decided to take full-time care of the child needs breaks sometimes. There are a few possibilities to break from the routine. It might be an advantage for the child as well as for the parents to meet other families.

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