The Way We Roll

40: Phil & Simon Show No 40 - Doc, Where’s My Car?

February 25, 2020 The Phil & Simon Show Episode 40
The Way We Roll
40: Phil & Simon Show No 40 - Doc, Where’s My Car?
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The Way We Roll
40: Phil & Simon Show No 40 - Doc, Where’s My Car?
Feb 25, 2020 Episode 40
The Phil & Simon Show
A new show with the usual push and pull as Simon and Phil grapple with the world of disability. Phil noticed a London hospital was getting grief for charging blue badge holders (disabled people) for visitor parking. Phil asks, well why not? Resilience is a buzz word, particularly in the field of mental health, so called ‘snowflakes’ and Millennials. Simon was recently asked by an HR recruiter, is it ok to put the word ‘resilience’ in a job ad? Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to all government departments to ask them to re-look at how they can remove disabling barriers and help unleash the talent of disabled people currently excluded. A refreshing proclamation of leadership  or an all too familiar refrain? Where does stammering and stuttering sit within the world of disability? Is it covered by the legislation, a natural fit within the social model? A new book called ‘Stammering: Pride and Prejudice’ allows Phil and Simon to look at the topic.A hearty Listeners Corner (messages from you) rounds off another bumper show. If you'd like a Transcript, drop us a line. Let us know what you think of the show via Twitter, Facebook or email philandsimonshow@gmail.com (mailto:philandsimonshow@gmail.com)  Links to topics discussedBlue Badge Parking at hospital (http://bit.ly/39tALOH)Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Disability across government (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10893772/boris-johnson-letter-cabinet-ministers-barriers-disabled/)Stammering: Pride and Prejudice   (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stammering-Pride-Prejudice-2019-Difference/dp/190782636X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2GNXFHPF7V3Q0&keywords=stammering+pride+and+prejudice&qid=1582552482&sprefix=stammering+pride,aps,134&sr=8-1)
Show Notes
A new show with the usual push and pull as Simon and Phil grapple with the world of disability. Phil noticed a London hospital was getting grief for charging blue badge holders (disabled people) for visitor parking. Phil asks, well why not? Resilience is a buzz word, particularly in the field of mental health, so called ‘snowflakes’ and Millennials. Simon was recently asked by an HR recruiter, is it ok to put the word ‘resilience’ in a job ad? Prime Minister Boris Johnson has written to all government departments to ask them to re-look at how they can remove disabling barriers and help unleash the talent of disabled people currently excluded. A refreshing proclamation of leadership  or an all too familiar refrain? Where does stammering and stuttering sit within the world of disability? Is it covered by the legislation, a natural fit within the social model? A new book called ‘Stammering: Pride and Prejudice’ allows Phil and Simon to look at the topic.A hearty Listeners Corner (messages from you) rounds off another bumper show. If you'd like a Transcript, drop us a line. Let us know what you think of the show via Twitter, Facebook or email philandsimonshow@gmail.com (mailto:philandsimonshow@gmail.com)  Links to topics discussedBlue Badge Parking at hospital (http://bit.ly/39tALOH)Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Disability across government (https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/10893772/boris-johnson-letter-cabinet-ministers-barriers-disabled/)Stammering: Pride and Prejudice   (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Stammering-Pride-Prejudice-2019-Difference/dp/190782636X/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2GNXFHPF7V3Q0&keywords=stammering+pride+and+prejudice&qid=1582552482&sprefix=stammering+pride,aps,134&sr=8-1)