Garden Party Celebrations
Sunday 12th June
What an amazing afternoon we all had and it was wonderful to see so many people enjoying the food and sunshine in our beautiful gardens.
We have had to make one of the hardest and saddest decisions to sell Andrew Cohen House. Its been such a difficult decision for all concerned but its the right one.
It is the only way to ensure that BJCC can survive in the long term where its social care team and drop in community services will continue supporting the Jewish community within the West Midlands.
Rest assured it's business as usual for now and our love and care for our residents will continue daily as it always has.
Thank you to so many of the community for joining us to discuss the future of BJCC. It was lovely to see so many interested people and hear your questions, comments and compliments. Our aim is to continue to support the community, in the community, and to enable peoples independence. As soon as we have finalised our plans we will let you know what the new look BJCC will be.
Happy 100th Birthday
Peter celebrated his 100th birthday in style and over several days. first was a trip to Dad's Lane Fish & Chip shop, then an in-house celebration with residents, staff and family and finally a family lunch in the A & B.
Congratulations Peter and it was lovely to see The Queen remembered your big day too!
West Midlands Care Association
On 13th July we were presented with our prize for winning the Pimp your Zimmer Jubilee Throne competition, we seem to have cornered the market on Pimping our Zimmers!
We previously were joint winners in the 'Pimp my Zimmer"
Residents enjoying a sing a long at our recent Concert
Do you know anyone who would like to join our amazing team?
Please feel free to pass on our contact details. Details of vacancies can be supplied by emailing Chinwe Akor, HR Manager on Cakor@bhamjcc.co.uk
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Taking care of our Community
Andrew Cohen House
Andrew Cohen House is a purpose built care home supporting the Jewish Community. It welcomed its first residents in 1993, and was officially opened by Her Royal Highness, Diana, Princess of Wales in May 1996.
BJCC is committed to ensuring members of the Jewish and local community are able to support and care for one another.
To this end we offer a number of services to our residents in Andrew Cohen House and the wider community.
Care Quality Commission
Andrew Cohen House
CQC overall rating
GOOD with Outstanding in Caring
5 March 2020
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