eVero is a family-oriented business devoted to supporting individuals with developmental disabilities, both in community outreach endeavors and business endeavors. Through eVero Outreach, the focus is on enhancing the lives of those in the communities served. Seminars are provided each fall and spring to those with disabilities to teach them marketable job skills, enabling them to find and keep gainful employment.
The computer basics course through eVero allows individuals to reach their full potential in the areas of technology and information, including the fundamentals of Microsoft Word, Excel, and the Internet. HireMe! Interview Skills seminars prepare individuals for interviews—a daunting part of the journey into the workforce.
eVero believes in technology that drives care; they have been helping health and human services organizations of all sizes to solve complex technology challenges for more than two decades. The proprietary software platform of eVero optimizes workflow while increasing transparency and productivity. eVero was founded by brothers Christos and Constantine Morris who are committed to ensuring all individuals—especially those living with intellectual and developmental disabilities—gain access to quality support services.