Andrew Cohen House

History

Andrew Cohen House is a purpose built care home and received its first residents in 1993 but was officially opened by Her Royal Highness, Diana, Princess of Wales in May 1996. Andrew Cohen House, is located in a quiet cul de sac in the Birmingham suburb of Stirchley alongside sheltered housing at Silverstone Court and the Aubrey and Betty Lynes Centre.

 

Building

The complex is close to local shops including a superstore and is not far from vibrant Kings Heath shopping centre. At the back of the Home is a dedicated walk alongside the river Rea which leads to a large park less than a mile away. The area is served well by local transport and the City Centre is within easy reach. The home has 59 rooms on two floors with en-suite facilities, and all overlook the landscape gardens. A number of adjoining rooms are suitable for couples. We also have a special 8 room "Household" for those needing the greatest level of care.

Community

The Home meets the religious and cultural needs of the Jewish faith through its observance of the Sabbath, festivals and the provision of kosher food but it is happy to accept residents of other faiths or none. We understand that moving into a home can be difficult experience both for the person and their family, but we will do everything possible to ensure the change is a easy one.

Andrew Cohen House, River Brook Dr, Birmingham B30 2SH

t: 0121 458 5000

Registered Charity 1180758

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