Life-changing support for adults with learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities, acquired brain injuries or mental health conditions.
Type of property
Turville House is a development of accessible apartments that provide the perfect mix of independent living and collaborative, community support. Living in this shared building means people can benefit from a vibrant network of friends and staff, while having peace and quiet whenever they need it too.
Each of the sixteen one-bedroom apartments has a wet room style ensuite, with an open-plan kitchen and lounge area. The building is equipped with assistive technology, including an intercom, internal phone system and CCTV.
There is also an accessible, shared garden with a vegetable plot. There is level access, as well as a lift for the upstairs apartments.
Valued in your community
Situated close to Nuneaton, the local area provides many amenities, from cafes and restaurants to shops, a post office, Bedworth Library and Information Centre, and high-street banks. There is a local market twice a week too.
We also benefit from year-round access to Bedworth Leisure Centre which has a gym, football pitch and swimming pool.
Nuneaton offers a number of attractions, including an Odeon Cinema, Nuneaton Library and Information Centre, the Abbey Theatre, Abbeygate and Ropewalk Shopping Centres with main high-street banks and popular shops, Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery, and Nuneaton Heritage Centre. For people who enjoy being outdoors, Mount Judd provides a lovely space for walking.
People can also visit nearby Birmingham, which has the Thinktank Science Museum, Bullring Shopping Centre, O2 Academy, and Sealife Centre.
As well as local GP and dental surgeries, people can use Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership Trust. This facility provides mental health support, community neurological rehabilitation, a learning disability team, occupational therapy and many other services.
Living at this service
People living at Turville House like listening to music, watching television, spending time in the community, walking, gardening, shopping and socialising. The people here also cook for one another, which everyone really enjoys.
At Turville House, people choose how they spend their time - as a group we often take day trips to the coast, bowling, bingo and to the pub.
“At Turville House, the staff work hard to build people’s independence and confidence in their own daily living skills. We aim to make each person an integral part of the local community, which has excellent benefits.” Manager, Turville House