Find the right Jewish Care home for you
24 hours a day, 365 days of the year, our care homes are run by the most dedicated staff and volunteers, providing different types of care to suit individual wants and needs. If your loved one is recovering from an illness, short term stays in our care homes are available to give them the support they need. If you’re looking for a longer-term option, we offer support with personal care, nursing and dementia care. We also support people with End of Life care, where the most sensitive care and advice is available to you and your loved one.
Our homes are more than a ‘home from home’ for the people who live with us; within each of our homes a very special community exists. Every single one is bursting with activities that promote wellbeing, stimulating both body and mind. Our homes have a wonderful atmosphere, enjoying regular visits from family, friends and even much-loved pets. We proudly celebrate our Jewish roots where each of our homes has a synagogue, delicious Kosher food is served, and Shabbat along with festivals are celebrated together with family, friends and visits from local Rabbis and school children. It is all this that makes our care homes truly special places and unique communities to live in.
All of Jewish Care's resources use kosher ingredients and recipes, and our staff are fully trained in preparing food in a kosher way. Please enquire for further details.
Please do take a look at our different homes below by clicking on each one below and if you would like to find our more, have a tour or arrange for our care home assessor to carry out an assessment, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 8922 2222
We are still open for new admissions.
Our friendly, dedicated and professional team are looking forward to welcoming you.
Our number one priority is to keep all our residents, relatives and staff safe, so we are following strict Public Health England guidelines and measures across all our homes.
New residents who have been admitted from the community no longer need to isolate upon arrival into the care home, subject to risk assessment from the home’s Registered Manager based on the following:
- The resident must have been fully vaccinated
- The resident must has undergone an enhanced testing regime prior to admission to return a negative COVID-19 result.
- Advice on local transmission rates and variants of concern is being taken into account and followed.
- There has been no known contact with a person who has COVID-19
- New residents who have been discharged from hospital or another care home will still need to self-isolate, for 14 days.
As we admit new residents in this period, admissions may be different to normal but our team will go out of their way to make sure every resident is treated with the care and respect they deserve and is able to settle in safely and make friendships in the home.
We have lots of ways for families to stay in touch and keep connected too including pods and garden visits, which can be booked
For more information please call our team on 0208 922 2222 or email email@example.com
In line with Covid-19 restrictions and guidelines, our services have been adapted to meet current requirements. Click here for more information.
Our Care Homes
184–186 Golders Green Road, London, NW11 9AG Tel: 020 8922 2222
Based in Golders Green, Jack Gardner House gives a warm, friendly and safe environment to young Jewish people who have mental health needs. Residents benefit from support in keeping their autonomy and maintaining friendships and family relationships.
122-126 Fortune Green Road, London, NW6 1DN Tel: 020 8922 2222
Sidney Corob House is a residential home for older adults with mental health needs based in Fortune Green, North West London. The home offers its residents different levels of care to suit their individual needs.