maurice and vivienne wohl campus

Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus

Costing in the region of £40m, our state-of-the-art new care campus provides integrated care and support in the heart of our community. The people who live in the extra care apartments, the care home residents, staff and the local community are all able to share the wide range of facilities.


Selig Court independent living apartments


Selig Court independent living apartmentsOur 45 independent living apartments are supported by an on-site care team. They offer an alternative to residential care, enabling older people to remain independent for as long as possible. Each includes a living room, eating area, one or two bedrooms, bathroom and kitchen.

Residents can also use a communal lounge, dining room, hobby room and courtyard, encouraging
socialising and companionship. There is a courtyard linking the day centre, care home and apartments.

Priority is given to Holocaust survivors and refugees.

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Otto Schiff care home

The new home offers nursing and dementia care of the highest standard. 54 bedrooms (with six specially dedicated to respite care) are clustered into groups of 12, each with a communal lounge, dining room and activity room. These small clusters enable residents and staff to build closer relationships with each other.

Priority is given to Holocaust survivors and refugees.

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Michael Sobell Community Centre

Michael Sobell Community Centre The Michael Sobell Community Centre offers older people a programme of activities designed to keep them physically and mentally active and connected to their community.

On site is also a small shopping parade including a hairdressing salon and a grocer’s shop.

The main hall is also used as a synagogue, with regular Shabbat services as well as communal seders and festival celebrations. People from the wider community are welcomed in our synagogue and can also use the centre in the evenings for activities including dance classes, youth clubs and bridge.

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Amélie House, Head Office

To ensure our support and administrative teams remain close to everything we do, you will find our fundraising, finance, property, marketing, human resources and community services teams at Amélie House, on the Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus.

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contact us

For enquiries about the Day Centre or our Independent Living apartments, please
email us or call:
020 8922 2222

For enquiries about the Care Home, please email us or call:
020 8922 2433


If you are interested in supporting the Golders Green Campus, please email us
or call: 020 8922 2819