Staff from an Aberdeen after-school club have been criticised for leaving a child alone in a minibus with a driver.
“Clients were being treated with respect and valued for being themselves,” the inspection report said.
A crisis-hit Aberdeen care home is to shut after a search to find a new operator was unsuccessful.
Staff from a north-east respite service have a very good understanding of people’s needs, inspectors have said.
The number of children experiencing early learning and childcare in Scotland has increased to more than 290,000, figures show.
Muirhead Care Home in Alford closed in August after the Care Inspectorate found highly distressing conditions, including residents tied to chairs with belts and not getting enough food.
Children’s services at a north-east council have greatly improved, according to a watchdog.
An Aberdeen nursing home has received a glowing report for the care of its residents.
Staff from an Aberdeen care home have been praised for working with other professionals to help residents.
Staff from an Aberdeen rehabilitation centre help service users get the most from life, inspectors said.
Residents at an Aberdeen care home were left almost naked after a shower and without their dentures at mealtimes, according to a watchdog report.
A north-east nursery has been praised by inspectors following a recent visit.
Snack time at an Aberdeen nursery is relaxed and sociable, inspectors said.
Staff from a north-east care home create a calm and friendly atmosphere, inspectors have said in a new report.
Staff from an Aberdeen care service are very good at responding to the changing needs of young homeless people, inspectors said.
Staff from an Aberdeen care service are passionate and show a genuine interest in helping those they look after, inspectors have said.
Inspectors have given an Aberdeen care home top marks after a visit.
Alaster Buchanan was employed as a support worker at St Modans Care Home on Christian Watt Drive, Fraserburgh, in 2016 when he struck a resident in the face.
A north-east sheltered housing complex has received high praise from an official watchdog.
Staff from an Aberdeen out-of-school club value the opinions of children, inspectors said.
The operator of an Aberdeen care home threatened with closure over “serious” concerns about residents’ wellbeing is to stop running the facility in four weeks.
Residents of a north-east care home were still left staring into space for large amounts of time – seven months after inspectors ordered staff to improve.
Staff from a service which helps people with learning disabilities in Aberdeen have been praised by inspectors.
Children are happy, settled and confident at a north-east nursery, inspectors said.
Art classes and gardening sessions are benefitting residents at a north-east sheltered housing complex.
Inspectors have praised a north-east care home for making improvements.
An Aberdeen care home for older people with mental health problems provides a calm and welcoming environment, inspectors have said.
An out-of-school club in Aberdeen has been ordered to improve after inspectors raised concerns about record keeping.
There is a relaxed friendly, and homely atmosphere at a north-east nursing home, inspectors have said.
A leading north-east councillor has urged people who are considering adopting a child to register their interest.