Anita Dorfman House
Part of the Sandringham care campus
Care home for older people and people living with dementia
Phase 1: Opened in 2019
Anita Dorfman House is part of Jewish Care’s newest residential offering and form part of our Sandringham campus.
This exciting development has replaced our former Princess Alexandra Home, maintaining and growing its community of residents, staff and volunteers, whilst providing brand new facilities.This new residential, nursing and dementia care home replaced The Princess Alexandra Home. Purpose-built to the highest standards, Anita Dorfman House provides brand new facilities and quality care in a modern, Jewish environment.
64 en-suite rooms are arranged across 4 intimate hubs of 16 rooms, encouraging the development of individual relationships between staff and residents and providing a more personal way of living. Each hub forms a household comprised of its own dining/kitchen area serving tasty and nutritious Kosher food, in addition to one or more lounge areas for day-to-day socialising and activities. These lounge areas also provide the perfect setting for more intimate moments with relatives and visitors. Each of the fourhouseholds receive direct sunlight and face out to beautiful woodland vistas or to the large central courtyard.