Over the next ten years, Jewish Care will need over £100m to care for vulnerable people. We are relying on at least £40m of this sum being donated by generous supporters in our community.
All our existing buildings as well as our new developments exceed health and safety requirements and are warm, modern, bright and inviting. We spend more than £1m a year on our ongoing maintenance and refurbishment programme alone.
The Kun Mor and George Kiss Home
A new Jewish Care home in a unique setting – Opening Spring 2015 The Kun Mor and George Kiss Home has 48 en-suite bedrooms set over 3 floors, with an open plan living area on each floor consisting of a fully kosher compliant kitchen, a large farmhouse kitchen table, a dining area and a lounge.
Built with latest the technology, Jewish Care’s aim is to support a person’s independence and to enhance the provision of quality care.
The home is set in a community hub, The Betty and Asher Loftus Centre in Friern Barnet, a unique care community which includes two other residential homes, a day centre and communal facilities including a café, shop and synagogue. People living there will benefit from a varied programme of activities and services available to the entire Betty and Asher Loftus Centre community.
The first to move in will be residents of Jewish Care’s Ella and Ridley Jacobs House in Hendon who are relocating to the new purpose built home. The remaining rooms are expected to be in high demand, those interested are encouraged to contact Jewish Care to register interest.
To register your interest:
Contact Helen on 020 8922 2136 or or email HKamperis@jcare.org.
Previous and ongoing projects
Asher Loftus Way development
Jewish Care is currently working on plans to develop a care home on the Asher Loftus Way site, which is situated in Friern Barnet, North London. The 48-bedroom care home will cater for older people with nursing and dementia care needs and will be located on the south-east side of the site.
Also planned are special dementia care services and community facilities in part of the ground floors to the existing buildings, with the intention of further developing Asher Loftus Way as an attractive communal hub. The combined effect will be to create a site where cross-generational interaction is encouraged and everyone currently already living or working on the site will benefit.
The home aims to be opened by the end of 2015.
For more information:
Contact Jewish Care's property director Jeff Andrews on 020 8922 2505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus
A residential, nursing and dementia care home and 45 apartments for supported living in Golders Green. The building also houses a community centre for older people and our head office.
Costing in the region of £40m, the 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.
The campus comprises:
Selig Court independent living apartments
Otto Schiff care home
Michael Sobell Jewish Community Centre
Amélie House, Head Office