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.
How Can We Help You?
Please call 973 966-1232 and our friendly staff will gladly answer your questions, and discuss our unique programs and services that benefit young adults with physical disabilities.
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.
Here at Cheshire, We Party!
At Cheshire Home, we love coming together for fun! Our residents and staff enjoy celebrating holidays, birthdays, and milestones. We decked the halls from November through December celebrating the "most wonderful time of year"!
Cheshire's nurses and care assistants provide the highest level of round-the-clock service to each resident. Staff demonstrates proficiency in all aspects of spinal cord injury. They are unique in their knowledge, and in the care and compassion they bring to their profession.
Physical and Occupational Therapy
Residents rehabilitate at our Physical and Occupational Therapy Center. A consistent regimen of therapy and exercise enhances the rehabilitation process.
Residents Pursue Personal Interests
Perry, Jenna, and David are all creative minds who enjoy working on their art in their free time. Their artistic talents are part of who they are, and on any given day you can find them working on their latest projects.
Our friends at Holiday Express helped us kick of the most festive time of year with a party featuring food, music, friendship and a visit from a few of our favorite holiday characters!
Care and Dedication!
Our staff contributes exceptional and diverse talents to the care provided to each resident. Our professionalism and cutting-edge qualifications are exceeded only by the room in our hearts for those we serve, and for our mission.
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.
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 newly acquired academic and professional skills. Many residents gain valuable employment experience during their rehabilitation.
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!