Anita Dorfman House

Part of the Sandringham care campus

Phase 1: Opened in 2019

This new residential, nursing and dementia care home replaced the current Princess Alexandra Home. Purpose-built to the highest standards, Anita Dorfman House provides brand new facilities and quality care in a modern, Jewish environment.

The home offers different types of care:

- Personal care
- Dementia care
- Nursing care

The 64 rooms are arranged in small, intimate clusters of 16, so residents and staff can develop individual relationships with each other and enjoy a more personal way of living. Each room is fully accessible with en-suite bathrooms. The rooms all face directly onto bright, modern, open-plan living space with a dining area serving Kosher food. Residents can take part in communal events and activites that happen throughout Sandringham (from 2020).


Part of the Sandringham care campus

Phase 1: Opened in 2019

Residents have the opportunity to live on their own, or with their spouse, in a flat with access to care whilst benefitting from all meals and housekeeping provided for them.

There are 16 flats where residents can take comfort in knowing that they can continue to live life in the way they want, with the support of an on-site team round the clock. These apartments cater for residents with low care requirements.

Each assisted living flat sits within a small household of 8, allowing residents to get to know their neighbours and the staff. The apartment features an open-plan bedroom and living area. There is also a kitchenette with a fridge, toaster, kettle and microwave to make snacks, and a bathroom with a wet-room style shower.

Residents can join in all the activities, clubs, trips and outings that happen in the main care home and across Sandringham (from 2020). There is the option to dine in the rooftop dining room, on the communal terrace, or in the ground floor restaurant of the community centre.

To register your interest in Wolfson Assisted Living or Anita Dorfman House, you can contact our helpline by phone on 020 8922 2222 or email