The study adopted a mixed methods approach for program evaluation. Both quantitative and qualitative data was collected from primary stakeholders i.e. persons with disabilities and their families, to ensure validation and triangulation of findings. For quantitative input, a structured survey tool was developed for the beneficiaries of the program. For the qualitative input, in-depth interviews with selected beneficiaries using a semi-structured schedule was conducted to provide case study analysis. Qualitative inputs were used for three main reasons: i) to substantiate the quantitative data drawn, ii) to compensate for the limitations of a survey design, and iii) to provide individualised understanding of how the program initiative is impacting the beneficiaries.