Bev Weinberg, OTD, MS, OTR/L
Through research-sharing, story-telling and video, this interactive session will share how Integrate for Good empowers transition-age students and adults with disabilities to share their talent as experts in civic engagement. We will share how our neuro-diverse teams lead volunteer engagement events on college campuses and within companies as part of corporate social responsibility initiatives.
SUBJECT: Removing the Extra Glove, Empowering People with Disabilities to Lead
Dr. Bev Weinberg is an Occupational Therapist with a passion for enhancing community engagement for individuals of all abilities, with a special focus on partnering with individuals with developmental disabilities. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Urban Studies from the University of Pittsburgh, and her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy from Temple University. Dr. Weinberg returned to Temple and received her Clinical Doctoral degree in Occupational Therapy in May of 2016, along with a Certificate in Innovation and Entrepreneurship from the Temple University Fox School of Business.
Dr. Bev Weinberg has over twenty years of experience in service delivery, research, training, and program development. Dr. Bev Weinberg is passionate about helping individuals who are often the recipients of assistance assume leadership roles as providers of service to their communities. She has partnered with corporations and local, national, and international non-profit organizations to create innovative opportunities for individuals of all abilities to build social capital and community connection. Bev Weinberg brings this passion and experience to Integrate for Good as the Founder and Executive Director.