1 Aug 2018

Shortland Street treatment of Down Syndrome upsets community

From Morning Report, 8:51 am on 1 August 2018

New Zealand's long-running and very popular nightly soap opera, Shortland Street has deeply upset members of the Down Syndrome community. The organisation says the show recent story reflects outdated thinking and fails to represent an inclusive society. Kim Porthouse is an association spokesperson, and talks to Susie Ferguson.