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Who we are

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Our Senior Team

Our senior team is made up of creative, dedicated and experienced health and social care professionals. Let us introduce you to them...


Karol Zwolinski 
Managing Director

With over 20 years experience in Social Care, Karol came to Turner in 2021 after delivering various leadership positions in the North West. 

With previous work focused on leading operational teams and providing tailored support to vulnerable adults, Karol brings a solid understanding of what makes an excellent services. 

Karol loves to drive continual improvement and his aspiration is to continue providing a space where residents feel safe and to continue developing the Turner offer alongside our teams. 


Beth Roberts
Clinical Manager

Having worked as a mental health nurse for 19 years, Beth joined Turner as our Clinical Lead in 2022. Beth loves being able to have a positive impact on people's lives, empowering them to live well and overcome any barriers they face. 

In the past Beth as worked in a variety of fields including acute mental health, rehabilitation and older people's services, at Turner she brings all this experience to her first role in adult social care. The forward thinking nature of the staff team and management, and desire to improve really attracted Beth to the job. A year in she still sees one of the organisation's biggest strengths as its people, and the culture of working together to support one another. 


Natalie DeSilva
Registered Manager

Natalie has a passion to improve social care and make a positive impact in the places she works. Having worked as a Service Manager in another Liverpool Charity for over five years, Natalie was ready to bring that experience to a new type of care. 

Natalie loves learning new things, and in this job she does that every day. She enjoys seeing the residents feeling safe and settled and in a place where they can engage with activities and other people. As an individual Natalie is very driven, and from the minute she met her team she felt she could play a key role in improving the homes' CQC rating.

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Laura Smith
Head of Finance 

Laura has almost 20 years of finance experience, gained in purpose led organisations.

With much of this experience gained within charity and social enterprise, Laura has developed a real passion for social impact and improving the outcomes of the stakeholders of the organisations she has worked for.

Laura now brings this knowledge, experience and passion to Turner Home to support in  balancing long term financial sustainability with continued improvement to the services and setting that we can offer to our residents and other stakeholders.

Our Board of Trustees


Keith Housley


Keith is a retired solicitor and has been involved with Turner for many years, he's been Chair since 2020.  


Eric Tomlinson


Eric previously worked in investment banking and champions the retention of the Turner family ethos. 


Oliver Beaumont


Oliver is Business Development Manager at one of the UK's leading healthcare recruitment agencies. 


Stephanie Wardell 


Stephanie is a Business Development Manager and has many years of experience driving organisational growth


Helen White


Helen is an Operations Director at a Liverpool Charity and Social Business and joined the Board in 2022. 


Tony Rowan


Tony is a Charity Finance Director and highly experienced in organisation financial sustainability. 


Steve Draper


Steve has been connected to the home since the 1970s when he was a Social Worker in the city making placements.


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Our History. 


Turner Home has been supporting men since the building was completed in 1884. The vision for the building, grounds and services were led by Anne Turner, wife of Liverpool merchant and Member of Parliament Charles Turner. The house was designed as a memorial to her husband and son and originally named ‘The Turner Memorial Home of Rest for Chronic Sufferers’, offering accommodation and residential care for chronically sick men and boys.

When Mrs Turner died in 1905 the home was passed into Trust, and for over a century has offered support to men of all ages. Today the Charity continues to deliver the Turner family's ethos, providing a place of peace and rest for those who need it.  

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