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'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.
  • Who we are

    Evermor Solutions was founded in 2013 with the aim of providing a unique support environment for adults with disabilities undertaking higher education qualifications. Students must qualify for 'Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) - www.gov.uk/disabled-students-allowances-dsas

  • The team

    Our team are highly motivated individuals who all share a common aim. To help students achieve things that they may never have thought possible or that others have told them 'They can't do!!'

  • Who do we support?

    We can support most people. Some of our students have no formal qualifications including School GCSEs, CSE, GCEs, etc. All have some form of disability such as Autism, cerebral palsy, depression/anxiety, etc.

  • Partnerships

    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. Please view our 'Partnerships' section for more details.

Meet the Team

Our team are multi skilled and come from different working backgrounds. We are confident our support team can offer all funded levels of support.
Tanya
Tanya
Specialist Support Worker
A multi talented individual with an amazing singing voice has a wealth of specialist knowledge in education and learning techniques.
Neil Dews
Neil Dews
Operations Director
Hi, I am responsible for maintaining and developing partnerships with external partners to ensure excellent signposting and support to our students. If you would like to arrange a meeting please give me a call.
Steph
Steph
Finance Director
Hi, I look after all the financial aspects of Evermor but also work closely with students on all aspects of their study
Helen
Helen
Specialist Support Worker
Helen is our newest member of the team and brings with her a huge amount of support experience working with students with specific learning challenges.
Lyndsey
Lyndsey
Specialist Support Worker
Lyndsey has a brilliant skill-set and specialises in supporting learners who have particular mental health concerns.
Dave
Dave
Learning Support Worker
Dave has a wealth of experience in education and specialises in ICT and computing.
Peter
Peter
Learning Support Assistant
Peter provides administrative support to both clients and staff and is a great team player
Susan
Susan
Learning Support Assistant
Susan supports all the community based and extra curricular activities that Evermor are involved in.
Becky
Becky
Specialist Support Worker
Becky not only provides one to one student support but is also our liaison with Universities and statutory bodies.
Neil Cook
Neil Cook
Director
Neil has strategic overview and direction of Evermor Solutions. Neil also has responsibility for Student Welfare and excels in this field.
Paul
Paul
Learning Support Assistant
Paul provides ICT hardware and software support to Evermor and the students and is an active member of the Evermor Community Group.

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The Evermor Community Group are walking from Consett to Birtley as part of Disabled Access Day this 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 start at our Consett study centre at 8am and arrive at Birtley at lunchtime where there will be refreshments available.

Birtley will be open all day as usual for those who do not wish to join in with the walk. Activities and refreshments will be available.

Consett will be closed from 8am.

Hope to see you there.
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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 start at our Consett study centre at 8am and arrive at Birtley at lunchtime where there will be refreshments available.

Birtley will be open all day as usual for those who do not wish to join in with the walk. Activities and refreshments will be available.

All welcome to join in.
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We've just given to David Hansford's JustGiving Page helping him reach his target of £1000.00 for the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

Please help Dave out and donate below...

www.justgiving.com/fundraising/david-hansford2
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We're proud to announce we are one of the first in the country to receive the new accreditation from DSA-QAG after a highly successful audit of all of our provision. ... See MoreSee Less

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This new font makes it easier for people with dyslexia to read. (via The Mighty)

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