Homes for All' is national government policy, but it doesn't embed in action as a human right – there aren't homes for all resulting from the rhetoric. Home is complex because of the intersections of own identity as individual and group, and the further intersection of that with space and place. The perception of those living in 'Somewhere' communities may be different, in view and outlook from a closer perspective, seeing their place as 'home' – connected to their identity with that space. Sometimes, connection between people and home needs to look beyond peers and, particularly for older people, design in inter-generational contact. Feeling 'at home' is inherently emotional. The key seemed to be connection – between the residents themselves, with the professionals supporting them, with the memories evoked by the design of the place and the everyday involvement in meal preparation, sometimes with recipes 'from home'.