This is a place where children accompanied by an adult can be welcomed and listened to.
The accompanying adult stays with the child during the reception period.
Families come anonymously, without registration, to stop for a moment, to keep quiet or to talk, to be heard and then to leave again. The emphasis is on talking in all its forms, listening, sharing, discovering and playing.
It’s a place for socialization, where children can share experiences with other children and adults, and become familiar with structuring and socializing rules. If children know they have emotional security, they feel confident and spontaneously set out to discover the world and others.
It’s a place where adults can get together in a warm, friendly atmosphere that encourages encounters, exchanges and solidarity.
At each opening, two professional receptionists from the social, psychological and educational fields are on hand to provide a listening ear and ensure anonymity.