Welcome to Cheshire Home!
For thirty-five years, we have served as New Jersey's premier provider of residential and rehabilitative services for young adults with physical disabilities. Eligible candidates are between the ages of 18 and 55.
Happy New Year!!
From our home to yours...we wish you a Joyous New Year! May 2017 hold much love, fulfillment, and fun for you and yours!
Cheshire Home Celebrates 35 Years!
One hundred eleven guests joined us at The Beacon Hill Club to mark our 35th year milestone, and we were very pleased to congratulate so many prize winners! Thank you to all of our guests, sponsors, and donors! You helped us raise valuable funds for the programs that enable our residents to gain independence.
We are the only stand-alone special care nursing facility in New Jersey for young adults with severe paralysis. We invite you to visit our home through the pages of this website, and to learn about the unique programs and services that set Cheshire Home apart.
Each resident receives personal care assistance from Cheshire's Certified Nurses' Aides. These dedicated professionals provide a very special type of care, with bathing, dressing, wheelchair transfer, and any individual need a resident may have.
Cheshire Home is New Jersey's only stand-alone special care facility for young adults with paralysis. Our nurses provide the highest level of round-the-clock service to each resident, while demonstrating proficiency in all aspects of spinal cord injury.
Trustee And Administration Leadership
Our Board and Administration represent a broad spectrum of legal, medical, healthcare and financial expertise. Its dedication to Cheshire Home and our residents provides a unique stewardship in the field of disability services.
Resident Employment Opportunities
Employment skill training is offered at our onsite Community Resource Center, as well as job opportunities. Many residents and former residents choose to work as front desk receptionists, greeting visitors and answering phone calls throughout the day.
Parties, celebrations, and simply light moments shared are an integral part of life at Cheshire Home. Strong spirit and supportive bonds drive the accomplishments of each resident.
Volunteers throughout the community touch lives at Cheshire Home throughout the year. The Madison High School Boys Basketball Team helps us with winter and spring projects each year!
Community Fund-Raising Events!
The Salvatore Minardi Salon, a long-time supporter of Cheshire Home, held a wonderful full day Hair-Cut-A-Thon to benefit Cheshire Home, at Bottle Hill Day, Saturday, September 27th! Style and dedication, in the heart of Madison.
Welcome to Cheshire Home!
Cheshire Home is New Jersey's leading provider of unique residential and rehabilitative services to young adults with spinal cord injuries or neurological impairments, and the only stand-alone facility of its kind in our state. Licensed as a special care nursing facility with a 35-bed capacity, we espouse a "can do" philosophy, and empower each individual we serve to attain their highest level of self-sufficiency. Our residents, admitted between the ages of 18 and 55, have quadriplegia, paraplegia, spina bifida, cerebral palsy, or related conditions.
Our Home offers an atmosphere of comfortable living, peer support, caring, professional services, and programs designed to help each resident advance their personal goals. Our care plans are individualized, proactive and broad-based, inclusive of nursing, physical therapy, education, recreation, transportation and counseling services. On a daily basis our residents pursue a lifestyle of their own choosing, through higher education, on and offsite employment, community volunteerism, and socialization. Often when residents attain independence and transition out of Cheshire Home, they do so with college degrees that pave the way to career paths.
We invite you to visit Cheshire Home through the pages of this website, to preview our exceptional programs and amenities, and to go beyond our doors to Cheshire II and Cheshire III, our community-based homes for adults with disabilities who are able to live semi- independently. What you will find is a distinctive organization fully dedicated to the belief that each individual is ABLE, Not Idle, and fully capable of living a meaningful life.
Many of our programs and services are sustained through grant funding and private donations, and we appreciate your generous support!