Flowers House is an extra care housing scheme with 34 flats providing assisted living for people with dementia in Bletchley, near Milton Keynes. It is built on the site of the former code-breaking Bletchley Park. Flowers House offers a stimulating environment geared towards independent living for residents; illustrating how housing can support people to live well with dementia.
The Housing LIN Case Study No 83 “Breaking down the enigma of dementia: Extra Care at Bletchley Park” describes a partnership project between a housing provider (Grand Union Housing Group) and the local authority to deliver accommodation and support for people living with dementia.
Stuart, D. Walker, A. [and] Beaton, J. (2014). Breaking down the enigma of dementia: extra care at Bletchley Park. London: Housing Learning and Improvement Network, February 2014. Housing LIN Case Study No. 83.