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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.
Type 2 Diabetes is now the leading cause of death in Samoa. It threatens to overwhelm the health system and bankrupt the country. What is Samoa doing to turn this around?
For years we've been told to eat less and move more and that we are in control of what we eat... but perhaps this isn't true.
Gigi, a sassy girl with Down Syndrome from a small town America has a big dream - to walk the catwalk.
Shakti Krishnan is leaving his family to pursue tertiary life in the big smoke, and to prove to his mum he can live independently.
Nick Chisholm is a body builder whose body is paralyzed, a talker who spells words out with his eyes, and a groover who landed his rockabilly wife Nicola from the other side of the world.
Alix Generous has spoken at the United Nations, made a significant contribution to science, given two TEDx talks and travelled the world. Yet daily life is challenging because Alex has Autism.
Rhys Davies was a successful I.T. engineer before a head injury changed life dramatically. He's not in I.T. now and he's not Rhys. He's Rhysasaurous Rex, an artist living where he can.
Kiwi Robert Martin is in New York at the UN and making history as the first person with a learning disability to be elected to a UN committee.
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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