Wellington After-Care Association Incorporated

Wellington After-Care Association Incorporated

Evaro - Empowering Adults with Disabilities.

Wellington

Evaro aims to improve the lives of adults with disabilities by supporting their choices of where they live, learn, work and play. Give today and help us continue to make a difference.

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Wellington After-Care Association Inc. (now trading as Evaro) is one of the oldest charities in Wellington, providing services for adults with intellectual disabilities and mental health consumers for more than 90 years. We have three services in the Wellington region supporting people with disabilities. 1. Evaro, a day service focusing on life-skills and community participation. 2. Evaro Employment, a supported employment service working with individuals to gain and maintain paid employment in the mainstream workforce; and 3. Evaro Transition which supports school leavers to transition from school to adulthood services and programmes.

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Brendan and Philippa
Brendan and Philippa on 26 May 2022
In loving memory of Fred Barker
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margaret
margaret on 18 Nov 2021
Thank you for all the wonderful jelp and wprk ypu put imtp my yome as support for Davod Grigg
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