Staff at a supported housing project in Aberdeen interact warmly and positively with service users, inspectors said.
Monitors from the Care Inspectorate watchdog visited the Leonard Cheshire Disability service on School Drive, Aberdeen, on August 29 and have published their report.
The service provides care for adults with learning and physical disabilities and mental health support needs.
Inspectors rate it “good” for care, support and staffing – the third best of six possible ratings.
“We spoke with people in their own homes. They told us they were happy and staff treated them well,” said the report. It added: “We saw lots of warm, positive interactions between staff and the people they supported.
“People could be confident they would be treated in a respectful manner.
“This is important in ensuring high quality care and support.”
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One of the service users told inspectors: “I love living here, the staff are really good.
“They take me shopping, help me keep my house nice and help me stay fit and healthy.”
Another service user told them: “This is a great place to stay.
“I do awesome things and the staff are cool.”