Staff from an Aberdeen home support service respect the wishes and choices of the people they help, inspectors said.
Monitors from the Care Inspectorate watchdog visited Cornerstone Aberdeen housing support and care at home service, based on North Esplanade West, Aberdeen, on June 14 and have now published their report.
Staff visit vulnerable adults in their homes and help them with tasks such as shopping.
They rated the service’s care and support as “very good” – the second best of six possible ratings.
“The people who used this service received the support they wanted from staff they liked,” the report said.
It added: “Staff recognised people’s rights to make their own choices.
“People were able to control their own care and support.
“Staff respected people’s wishes and choices.
“The service sought people’s views at various times.”
Inspectors spoke to 11 of 378 service users and said: “One person told us their staff from the service had helped them through a very difficult time in their lives.”