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Terry, T.K and Jarrod's lives were completely shattered after suffering a traumatic brain injury, but after months of intense and relentless therapy, they face their biggest challenge... going home.
What is it like to start again? To learn to tie your shoelaces at 56, or to learn how to walk when you're 16?
In New Zealand 36,000 people suffer a traumatic brain injury every year. The most severe go to ABI Rehabilitation where a team of experts support people with brain injuries back into the community.
Traumatic Brain Injury can happen to anyone. But it's often a hidden disability. In this episode we journey into a world not seen before, where people grapple with the most profound challenge.
Imagine waking up and not knowing who you are. Every 15 minutes a New Zealander suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury. We follow three people in the fascinating phases of brain rehab.
With a record number of entries, this year's Attitude Awards are set to be the best yet. From amazing artists to sports people with heart to entrepreneurs with innovative ideas; we meet them all.
When she was six Petra was diagnosed with cancer. She beat it - four times before she was sixteen. Now she's nineteen and she's learning to manage a new and rare condition that's baffling her doctors.
Robbie Francis is 27, and doing her bit to change the world. She's bringing together disability, sustainability and organic coffee farming to enrich the lives of disabled Mexicans.
Ripu was 21 and finishing a Masters when meningicoccal septicaemia nearly killed him. The disease took his arms and legs and his nose. One year later he's learning to live with his new body.
Ian Stewart is a flamboyant 24-year-old with an eye for fashion, beauty and soap operas. But when dyslexia affects the way you learn, finding your way in the world can be a challenge.
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