Vacancies are rare at Abbeyfield Dulwich as we only have 7 flats. When a vacancy does occur our usual practice is to contact people on our waiting list to ascertain whether they are still interested and whether Abbeyfield Dulwich will still meet their needs.
If after reading this website you feel Abbeyfield Dulwich could be the right home for you, you should advise the Society of your possible interest in taking accommodation at the Society's House by contacting Jane Ross-Macdonald on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jane will, on hearing from you, make arrangements either to visit you at your home or for you to be met at the Society's House. Current C-19 restrictions mean that you will need to have had a negative test within the past 7 days in order to be admitted into the house.
Should you confirm at this initial meeting that you wish to take accommodation at the Society's House, you will be asked to complete an application form and a further form addressed to your own doctor to request him or her to supply relevant medical information. Both completed forms should be returned, in confidence, to Jane Ross-Macdonald at Abbeyfield Dulwich. Application Forms are below.
When a vacancy arises you will be contacted to see if you are still interested and whether Abbeyfield is still the right place for you. If appropriate you will be offered accommodation and we will arrange everything with you and your sponsor.