Short term stay, subject to availability
Care home for older people and people living with dementia
Rosetrees is a purpose-built home set within modern, landscaped gardens. Based in Friern Barnet, the home has a community feel as it forms part of a larger campus that is the Betty and Asher Loftus Centre.
The hub of the home is its large, airy pavilion where activities and entertainment take place. From here, residents can go through to enjoy a private patio. Residents have the opportunity to be actively involved in the running of the home which is spread over three floors, with a lounge and dining room on each floor. This provides a quieter and more intimate setting if residents prefer.
Regular synagogue services are held on-site, and residents are supported in participating in celebrating Shabbat and other Jewish festivals. Members of the local Jewish community and volunteers often join Shul services along with residents from across the Betty and Asher Loftus Centre. Residents across the Centre share access to the Sam Beckman Dementia Day Centre, the synagogue facility and other amenities such as a café and shop.
Rosetrees is located a short distance from North Finchley’s town centre and the beautiful shops and cafes of Muswell Hill. The scenic Friary Park is a short distance away as is the Muswell Hill Golf Club and the famous Alexandra Palace.
Rosetrees have been awarded the Quality Hallmark Award at Platinum status from The National Gold Standards Framework in End of Life Care.
To contact the home directly call 020 3301 0250
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