An Aberdeen children’s centre branded “weak” five years ago has been given a glowing report by inspectors.
Staff from an Aberdeen housing support service are helping vulnerable people form friendships, inspectors have said.
Leadership at an Aberdeen out-of-school club has been rated “weak” by inspectors.
Children are supported by kind and supportive staff at a north-east day care centre, inspectors have said.
Staff at a north-east nursery create an environment where children are happy, inspectors have said.
Bosses of an Aberdeen nursery have been advised to address safety risks by a watchdog.
Genuine friendships have formed between service users and staff at a care facility, inspectors have said.
Residents of a north-east care home have an active social calendar, inspectors have said.
Inspectors have praised staff from a north-east care home for improving after previously expressing “significant concerns” about standards there.
Bosses of an Aberdeen nursery have been praised for refurbishing a toilet block following a critical inspection.
Domestic abuse victims have told inspectors how staff from two city support services have “become like family”.
A care provider must ensure its service users with learning disabilities are provided with a variety of activities, a new report said.
A passionate staff team ensures residents of a north-east care home receive a high-quality service, inspectors said.
The rating is the second best out of six possible ratings.
Care watchdogs are probing a complaint following the death of an Aberdeen care home resident.
Staff from an out-of-school club should help children explore diversity after an incident related to gender identity, inspectors have said.
The nursery looks after up to 40 children aged under five and inspectors rated it “good” for care, support, management and leadership – the third best of six possible ratings.
Residents of an Aberdeen care home told inspectors they were “bored,” a new report said.
An Aberdeen care home has made improvements – but still has more to do, a new report suggests.
People are treated with compassion, dignity and respect at an Aberdeen care home, inspectors have said.
An Aberdeen nursery has been praised by inspectors.
A support service for people affected by homelessness and mental-health problems operates to a very good standard, inspectors have said.
Staff from an Aberdeen childcare centre are “amazing” and “enthusiastic”, parents have told inspectors.
Residents at an Aberdeen centre for people with mental health problems feel well supported, inspectors have said.
An Aberdeen nursery has been rated very good following an inspection by the Care Inspectorate.
An Aberdeen care home has a culture of warmth and compassion, inspectors said.
Monitors are concerned about how residents of a north-east care home are eating and socialising, a new report shows.
Children have fun and develop their skills at a north-east nursery, inspectors have said.
Children's health and wellbeing needs are being met well at a north-east pre-school, inspectors have said.
Staff from a north-east care home show warmth and respect towards residents, inspectors have said.