Principal Investigator, Innovative Supports for Autistic Workers at Human Development Institute – University of Kentucky
Bev Harp is an autistic and a disability specialist with the University of Kentucky’s Human Development Institute. She is a speaker, presenter, and advocate for those who need different approaches to learning and to working. Bev is the Principal Investigator of the Innovative Supports for Autistic Workers (ISAW) Project which aims to advance the understanding of the benefits of inclusion and of the needs and strengths of autistic workers. She often presents with her animatronic assistant, Squawkers McCaw.
Episode 112: A Successful Path to Employment with the Innovative Supports for Autistic Workers (ISAW) Project