A service that supports people in sheltered housing across the north-east has been praised by inspectors.
The Care Inspectorate sent monitors to Castlehill Housing Support Services on Carden Place, Aberdeen, on August 16 and has now published its report.
It rated the service “very good” – the second best of six possible ratings.
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“People we spoke with felt safe and secure within their homes and appreciated the welfare calls that took place in the mornings if requested,” said the report.
It added: “Staff were very enthusiastic about their role and were very supportive of the tenants, encouraging them to socialise and take part in the range of activities taking place in the complexes, while recognising individual choices and wishes.
“We heard staff felt supported by the management team and they responded to any concerns or issues quickly.”