Turner Home

Turner Home

At a glance


  • Men
  • Mental health
  • Older people / later life
  • Physical disabilities
  • Social care

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National - England


Turner Home is a 59-bed care home that supports men living with mental and physical health conditions, including dementia.  For over a century, our unique and beautiful 1800s building in Dingle, Liverpool, has been home to lots of men of all ages living with varying complex health needs.  Our team of amazing care staff, clinical staff and managers work alongside our residents and their families to plan personalised care that gives each and every person who lives at Turner Home as much independence and choice as possible.  Set up by philanthropist Charles Turner back in 1875, Turner Home is a registered charity. We pride ourselves on helping to make each person’s day that little bit better than yesterday.


Our aim is to provide all residents (male only) with a life that is as normal as possible, given their individual health and care needs. We provide this in homely surroundings with care that will enable people to live as independently as possible with privacy, dignity and appropriate information which enables people to make their own choices. To achieve this, we ensure that assessments of individual needs are used to develop individual person-centred care plans.

Our objective is quite simple; to provide the highest quality care in the best possible surroundings. We focus on a person’s abilities, never their disabilities.

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