Attitude

Immerse yourself in the engaging stories of people who live with a disability - ordinary people living extraordinary lives. Made with the support of NZ on Air.

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    Sunday 22 Apr
    • Season 2018, Episode 1

    G New Season: We follow tetraplegic Claire Freeman as she makes her modelling debut on the international catwalk of Milan Fashion Week. She's the only Kiwi to represent inclusive fashion.

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    Season 2018

      • Season 2018, Episode 29

      G Created by Prince Harry, Invictus is a celebrated sporting event for injured and sick defence personnel. Veteran Nu, and first-timer PJ form an alliance as they train for this year's games in Sydney.

      • Season 2018, Episode 28

      G Despite being only weeks old when the Christchurch earthquake forced her family from their home, eight-year-old Mieke is deeply affected. We explore how environmental factors can trigger anxiety.

      • Season 2018, Episode 27

      G Anxiety rates in NZ children are skyrocketing with the number of diagnosed cases more than doubling in recent years. Neuroscience educator Nathan Wallis is on a mission to calm the anxious mind.

      • Season 2018, Episode 26

      PG One in five young Kiwis will experience some kind of serious mood disorder before the age of 24. Glimpse takes us into the lives of seven young people who share their struggles with mental health.

      • Season 2018, Episode 25

      PG Carefree farmer Matt Bryson lost his leg in an accident on the family farm four years ago. He continues to tackle life head on; we follow him at Whakapapa where he's organised a ski camp for amputees.

      • Season 2018, Episode 24

      PG Mandy was only 42 when she received her diagnosis of early onset dementia, and Clare just 60. In this episode, their husbands share intimate stories of love, loss, and acceptance.

      • Season 2018, Episode 23

      G Misdiagnosis of dementia among Maori is common. This episode examines dementia in the lives of everyday Maori, and the research aiming to improve the assessment and care of Maori living with dementia.

      • Season 2018, Episode 22

      PG To mainstream or not - a dilemma faced by parents of children with intellectual disabilities. We visit St Lucy's school in Sydney where dedicated educators unlock each child's potential.

      • Season 2018, Episode 21

      G A 35-metre jump off a waterfall left newlywed Ephraim Gudgeon with a spinal injury. We follow the self-confessed gym junkie on his road to independence, as he prepares for a bodybuilding competition.

      • Season 2018, Episode 20

      G Bailley Unahi was crushed when a balcony collapsed on her at a student concert in Dunedin. Paralysed in the accident, Bailley is pursuing her studies as she adjusts to life in a wheelchair.

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