Our Sheltered Homes
For people in retirement.
Support for Older People
The Charity has two purpose-built sheltered homes as part of our support for older people in retirement who have worked for a at least 3 years in our industry, or associated trades, or are a dependent of someone who has.
residents in our sheltered apartments
Our facilities include:
Our sheltered homes have their origins as almshouses which were built to house poor printers and their families. We are a member of the Almshouse Association and we run our sheltered homes in line with Almshouse best practice.
32 self-contained, one-bedroom apartments at Beaverbrook House in Bletchley
40 self-contained, one-bedroom apartments at Southwood Court
Each apartment includes kitchen, living room and
Onsite support Monday to Friday 9-5 and weekend mornings
Out of hours community
Programme of events and activities for residents wishing to get more involved
We encourage people to apply even if they are unsure when they may need our facilities. As a result we have a waiting list of eligible applicants and offer accommodation based on who has the greatest need at the time we have a vacancy. We contact all eligible applicants twice a year to keep in touch and see if their circumstances have changed.
All residents live independently and when they move in must be able to look after themselves. We know that over time this may change and in later years external care and support may be needed. We are not a care home and do not have their facilities. We do work with residents and their families to find the right accommodation when external services no longer meet a resident’s needs.
We currently have some vacancies at Southwood Court. Please contact us if you or someone you know would be interested in becoming a resident.