The parents of 32 year old Anne Lamic plan to broadcast her everyday life via the web, saying they want to "allow people to see handicaps in ways that are real, everyday and familiar". They do not plan to film private moments, such as baths and the site includes a warning about her seizures.
Disability advocates disagree, some "dismayed — especially because Anne Lamic, whose family says she has physical and mental abilities comparable to a 1-month-old infant, cannot have a say in the matter", according to the article. Others support it as a way to stop hiding those with disabilities and say that France trails behind the U.S. and Canada "on issues such as visibility and accessibility to public transport and buildings". Still others question why the parents don't take Anne out in public, to which her father, who used to work in a medical care center, said that she needs to be transported by ambulance since she has "to remain lying down".
The website is called Doudou World and can be found here.