'There is no greater disability in society than the inability to see a person as more' - Robert M.Hensel
THE TEAM AT EVERMOR HAVE A VERY CLEAR AIM. THAT AIM IS TO DEVELOP INDIVIDUALS SELF CONFIDENCE AND UNLOCK THEIR POTENTIAL TO EMPOWER THEM TO REALISE THEIR DREAMS.
Evermor Solutions was founded in 2012 with the aim of providing a unique support environment for adults with disabilities who want to gain higher education qualifications.
Our job is to help students achieve things they never thought possible.
We work with a number of Universities up and down the country (Distance Learning). We work with and support organisations such as , The Richmond Fellowship, The Blind Society, local schools, Veterans Response, to name but a few.
We try our best to support anyone and everyone we can. Some of our students have no formal qualifications at all, and all have some form of disability such as autism, cerebral palsy, depression/anxiety. The list goes on, but that shouldn't stop you.
Give us a call and let's see what we can do.
Students must qualify for 'Disabled Student Allowance (DSA). To see if you qualify, click here
Meet the Team
WHAT WE'RE UP TO
The Evermor Community Group are planning a walk from Consett to Birtley as part of Disabled Access Day on Friday 10th March. Everyone is welcome to join in walking part or all of the distance. The route is suitable for wheelchairs. It is 12.6 miles and will take 4-5 hours to complete. The walk will
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We are pleased to announce that we have now moved to a fantastic new study centre in Consett. Clients and staff are extremely impressed and the environment is perfect for learning.
Students and Staff from Evermor Community Group and Evermor Solutions have been pushing themselves well outside their comfort zone to help raise valuable funds for two remarkable charities.
The first of many incredible journeys. The successful conquering of the mighty Ben Nevis by members of the Evermor Community Group and staff of Evermor Solutions.
We have just received this letter from the Calvert Trust (Challenging Disability Through Outdoor Adventure) and wanted to share the good news.