Andrew Cohen House

Andrew Cohen House is a purpose built care home and received its first residents in 1993 but was officially opened by H.R.H, Diana, Princess of Wales in May 1996.

Andrew Cohen House, is situated in a quiet cul de sac in the Birmingham suburb of Stirchley together with Silverstone Court, the sheltered housing flats and the Aubrey and Betty Lynes Centre.

The complex is close to local shops including a superstore and is not far from the 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 meets the religious and cultural needs of people of the Jewish faith through its observance of the Sabbath, festivals and the provision of strictly kosher food but it is happy to accept residents of other faiths.

We understand that moving into a home can be a traumatic experience both for the person and their family, but we will do everything possible to ensure the change is a happy one.

The home has 51 rooms on two floors with en-suite facilities, and all overlook the landscaped gardens. A number of adjoining rooms are suitable for couples.

There is also an eight bed wing for higher dependency residents.

‘We are not too big to lose the personal touch and not too small that we cannot deliver the care everyone deserves.’

Main Lounge

Main Dining Room



The main lounge and dining room are situated on the ground floor with similar facilities on the first floor which can be reached by lift. There is an additional small lounge where residents can spend time with their relatives and friends.

There is a continuous programme of refurbishment throughout the home to maintain the high standards we offer. At present we are giving our bedrooms a complete makeover.
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