Daring to be different, Sam Grierson Interviews Jane Asher

Published: Feb. 10, 2022, 5:02 p.m.


Some dare to be different... Some change the game\\u2026 In this episode I chat with Jane Asher actor, author and entrepreneur. Jane has also been the President of the National Autistic Society since 1997 after serving for many years as Vice President. Jane supports the charity in various fundraising and awareness activities.  *We discuss terminology around Autism and how our understanding has changed over the last 30 years. As we revisit this journey, we reflect on how much work we all still have to do. Welcome to the Sam Grierson interview series, chatting to change makers who have Dared to Be Different and stand up and speak out. We discuss social change that has occurred over the last 30 years, how language has evolved and is evolving and how we still have more work to do. I am interested to look at the role that the Arts play, to both inspire, provoke, educate and support social change. Actors, Singers, Members of Parliament, Artists, Authors, Activists, and Entrepreneurs who all dare\\u2026 Sam Grierson interviews\\u2026 Daring to be different\\u2026  Music \\u201cChange The Game\\u201d by Claire Littley Graphics by Poke Marketing Sound Engineering by Jack Townley at Low Post Ltd Photography by Karen Kodish Photography www.socroc.co.uk Disclaimer: This podcast is for private non-commercial use and the guests and their views do not necessarily reflect any agency or organisation or company that they work for and by no means represent absolute facts. Opinions expressed by the host and guests can change at any time. Listeners acknowledge that they are not being provided professional advice from this podcast or the guests. Trigger Warning: This podcast episode may, at times, cover sensitive topics including but not limited to Autism Diagnosis, treatment, Neurodivergent terminology, historical treatment for autism, mental health issues. You are advised to refrain from listening if you are likely to be offended or adversely impacted by any of these topics.