One half of each story will be kids meeting presenter Kristy Munro, introducing
themselves and explaining their world. The programme hooks
onto the aspects of life that kids find interesting. How does
someone who cannot talk use a talk link computer? How fast can you
go in a wheelchair? How does a child who is blind choose their clothes?
Kids are quite happy to be up-front with these explanations…
they are the experts on their own condition.
The second part of each story uses presenter Kristy Munro to give a graphically enhanced explanation of the relevant aspect of the human body.
Presenter Kristy Munro has mild cerebral palsy and hip dysplasia.
She knows what it’s like to have people stare. She also
knows how to work with kids and speaks their language.
"Who Cares Stare" will screen, from 6th March onwards,
on Sunday mornings as part of the 'What Now' children's programme
on TV2 (8am-10am)
Definitely worth a look for the young and young at heart.