About OverHere Consulting

In the summer of 2013, OverHere Consulting was founded by Travis Stevenson and Ed Worrell. OverHere Consulting has quickly become Montana’s premier source for assistive technology training and support. Travis and Ed use the same hardware and software that they use to train their clients. This allows OverHere Consulting to stay on top of the ever evolving field of technology.

Travis Stevenson Ed Worrell

OverHere Consulting prides itself on working with all of the major agencies, organizations, and individuals that serve or may have a visual impairment in the state of Montana. It is our goal as a company to try and help as many visually impaired Montanans in the state as we can. We work in collaboration with:

  1. Montana Blind & Low Vision Services (BLVS)

  2. Montana VA Visually Impaired Services Team (VIST)

  3. Montana Independent Living Project (MILP)

  4. The Montana School for the Deaf & the Blind (MSDB)

  5. Montana Talking Book Library (MT TBL)

  6. National Federation of the Blind of Montana (NFB of MT)

  7. Montana Association for the Blind (MAB)


OverHere Consulting In the Media

KRTV – Face The State

In may of 2016 OverHere Consulting was featured on KRTV’s Face The State Program. They did the interview with Shannon Newth. You can watch the full episode on YouTube.com

KRTV – 5 Under 35

Ed Worrell was a recipient of the 5 Under 35 award by KRTV in March of 2016. The 5 Under 35 award honors 5 young people under the age of 35 that better the Great Falls community, by their actions and pay it forward attitudes. You can watch the full 5 Under 35 story on YouTube.com

OverHere Consulting LLP would like to thank…

  1. Becky: for being the driving force of OverHere Consulting. With out you we would not have been able to make appointments, and most of all dinner.

  2. Cody: for helping when ever he can, and for making us the great logo

  3. The Parents: for being supportive through the entire process of starting the company.

  4. BLVS: for taking a chance on two young guys with a dream. We could not have done it with out the Great Falls office and their generosity.