Making Independence Possible within London & across Elgin, Middlesex, Huron, Oxford, and Perth Counties.

Since 1979, Cheshire has been a non-profit, government funded organization that works to enable adults with significant physical disabilities and frail seniors to live actively, independently and with dignity in their own community.

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on Accessibility & Disability Services

The majority of our services are provided through two programs which are funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care: Community Assisted Living and Attendant Outreach Services.

Two women in kitchen with a bowl of fruit

Attendant Outreach

Scheduled support to assist Adults with Physical Disabilities with daily activities to live independently in their own homes. Access to attendant outreach support is available 7 days a week during scheduled booking times at any time of day or night.

Developmentally disabled gentleman using his computer

Community Assisted Living

Scheduled and unscheduled support provided to High Risk Seniors or Adults with Physical Disabilities in an individual’s home, group home, cooperative, or a cluster of apartments within a building. Access to support is available 7 days a week at any time of the day or night.

Independence is something that every person desires, and being disabled sometimes hinders that. However, becoming a consumer of the at-home support care offered by Cheshire IV, I now am able to have that independence.