We provide residential care for men, women and children who are mentally and physically challenged. At the Cheshire Home, they find meaning to life so that they live with dignity in an atmosphere of love. We endeavor to make their lives comfortable and more potent by engaging them in productive activities throughout the day.
Physiotherapy is provided to all residents by trained Physiotherapists and volunteers from hospitals and institutions like Jamia Millia Islamia University and Nurses from Holy Family Hospital. The aim is to provide the urgently needed physiotherapy treatment and various forms of exercise so as to improve the posture and limb movement of the residents and children of the Learning Centre. Residents and children have recreational facilities available to them including activities like exercise, movie show, TV, music for visual & sound stimulation, hobbies like paintings, arts, sports, fitness, education and social activities for all ages.
Additional Services being provided to children and adults with disabilities through Cheshire Home Delhi are as given below:

  • Access to Health Services – Medical treatment both as outpatient and inpatients is reputed private hospitals. Additionally, personalised medical care is provided on a routine basis through the in house medical consultant.
  • Entitlements – Facilitation of Disability Certificates, Govt. Health Insurance Scheme, Travel concession by road and rail.
The Project aims to improve the situation of the differently abled youth through training and capacity building. People with disabilities primarily from South Delhi and NCR will take part in training and skill development to increase their ability to participate in employment and increase potential for income generation.

This project proposes to address some of the root causes of low levels of employment and working status of people with disabilities by directly facilitating greater equitable access to livelihoods and employment opportunities for them. Analysis and studies, alongside advocacy work and stakeholders sensitisation will create more evidence to support the employment rights of people with disabilities therefore contributing the increased knowledge base and understanding amongst key stakeholders of employment /livelihood rights for differently- abled.

We have started providing training based on market requirement and job oriented in nature, in the following areas:

Basic Computer Skills
For the residents youth and non – resident disabled youth to build basic computer skills especially with their low literacy level. Specialised Typing tutorials which enable the students to develop industry required typing speed and accuracy. It also develops hand and eye coordination through self paced learning.

English Communication Skills
Knowing Basic English has become the need of the hour. Learning English has been identified as a priority and a pre-requisite for mainstreaming and employment. The training starts from building vocabulary of the words that are used frequently to being able to make simple sentences and using correct grammar for communication with peers and co workers.