Cheshire Home continues to provide residential care services to men with disabilities. The organisation over the years grown and evolved into a comprehensive need based services provider through Community Based Rehabilitation (CBR) Programme initiated in the year 2004-05 for the benefit of children and adults with disabilities.
The CBR programme focuses on providing services and interventions in the areas of inclusive education and access to health for children with disabilities, and sustainable livelihood intervention for youth with disabilities.
The need based services include providing as well as facilitating special education, inclusive education, physiotherapy, occupational and speech therapy, provision of assistive devices/aids and appliances, mobilising support for corrective surgeries of children with disabilities, vocational guidance and skills training to youth with disabilities followed by employment and self employment assistance.
Cheshire Home works with the various stakeholders namely; the policy makers, relevant government departments, mainstream school teachers, community health works, medical/health professionals, NGOs, skills training organisations, industry bodies/associations, employers/corporates, families of persons with disabilities and the community at large with the aim to address cross-sectional issues that impact the well being and rights of persons with disabilities.