A support worker who shouted at a north-east care home resident and swore at a colleague has been struck off.
Annabel May Maria was working at Bonnyton House in Ellon in 2016 and 2017 when a series of allegations emerged.
The case was referred to the Scottish Social Services Council (SSSC), which has now decided to remove her from the care workers’ register, meaning she can no longer work as a carer.
According to a new report, Ms Maria transferred a resident with dementia from a chair to the toilet on February 16 2016 without letting the resident know what she was doing.
Then on three dates between February and July 2017, Ms Maria gave a resident twice the amount of necessary medication to calm him.
On February 27 2017, Ms Maria refused to dry the back of a resident with dementia after a bath and shouted at her.
On another occasion, she shouted at the same resident for putting sugar in her tea.
She raised her voice while dressing another resident on June 10 2017 and pulled her arm roughly.
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According to the report, Ms Maria told the resident she was her teacher and she must do what she said or “the head teacher would come and get in trouble” and her “daddy would come and shout at her”.
On an unknown date, Ms Maria told a resident to shut up, refused to let another go outside, and swore at a colleague.
Ms Maria admitted all the allegations to the SSSC, which acknowledged she had no previous disciplinary action against her and had co-operated with the process.
The report added: “The pattern of behaviour occurred inside of work and are of a significant seriousness.”
Bonnyton House declined to comment.
Ms Maria was unavailable for comment.