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CLRC’s services act as a bridge to the future to youth with disability.

“People like me were not even considered for a job. I tried several times to find employment, but all my efforts failed. However, after undergoing three months of Aptitude/Advanced Excel/Tally foundation at CLRC, I now work as a Computer Operator at Sun ITES Consulting Pvt Ltd,” says the proud and confident 23-year old Aditya, born with dwarfism, with hunchback and hearing imparity. A testimony to our work.

We provide free residential facilities in a beautiful old-fashioned cottage in a serene and tranquil environment for the residents. The residents thrive in a gracious quality of life, nutritious and healthy food and a zest for an environment filled with residents alike. The management of the Home is in the hands of the able sisters of Daughters of Charity. The sisters display a commendable spirit of energy, commitment, and perseverance. Be it coaxing an elderly to eat, or giving their shoulders when some of the residents want to let go their depression or taking a firm stand when they need to be – the sisters play their role to the exception.




A one-stop-shop

Cheshire disability trust focus is to provide employability training Read More

Handholding The Youth

We identify and register youth with disability between the age Read More

Bridge to the future

After completion of the training, through our well Read More

Cheshire Disability Trust