Cheshire Home as the name connotes, started as a residential care service for persons with disabilities, and continues to provide the same services to 18 men with disabilities who have no means of support.
The residential care beneficiaries are provided free medical care, recommended diets and nutritional food, opportunities for recreational and engaging activities.They are encouraged to pursue their interests and hobbies. At the in-house workshop residents are involved in making creative handcrafted products like hand bags, pouches, candles, statues (clay models), Diyas (Lamps) during Diwali etc.
Residents also undertake caning of chairs, maintenance of wheelchairs, furniture, assisting in the office paper work etc. The products made by the residents are regularly put up for displays cum exhibition at the home as well as other venues like schools, colleges and offices upon invitation. Young residents are provided all the support and encouragement in pursuing education All the residents are encouraged to pursue recreational activities like indoor and outdoor games that encourage physical activities with support from staff as well as well wishers and students volunteers, who also organise day outings and picnics for them.