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.
A home for the elderly in Aberdeen has been told to make urgent improvements in the care experienced by residents.
Staff at a nursery have said they won’t become complacent, despite passing an inspection with flying colours.
The number of complaints about care services has risen in the last four years, according to a new report.
Adults with learning disabilities in Aberdeen are bonding thanks to a flock of ducks.
Inspectors have praised the management and staff at a north-east nursery for their kindness and nurturing approach to the children in their care.
Positivity from staff at an Aberdeen out-of-school club leaves children feeling respected and nurtured, inspectors said.
An Aberdeen care home that offers respite care is warm, welcoming and homely, inspectors have said.
Relatives of residents at a north-east care home have praised staff for bringing laughter to the building.
Inspectors have praised staff at a north-east nursery for making children feel safe, nurtured and included.
A care service that helps people with learning disabilities in the north-east offers a warm and welcoming atmosphere, inspectors said.
Inspectors praised the nursery for allowing children to play in the garden and developing links with the local community by baking cakes and sharing them at coffee mornings with residents.
An Aberdeen care home is celebrating after its latest Care Inspectorate report.
The nursery can look after up to 20 children aged between three and five and inspectors rated it “very good” for care, support, management and leadership – the second best of six possible ratings.
A north-east care home has been praised by inspectors.
A north-east care home resident has praised the facility, saying its the best move they have ever made.
A care home in Aberdeen is helping people with learning disabilities live comfortably by using special equipment.
Staff from an Aberdeen care home treat residents with kindness, inspectors have said.
Children attending an Aberdeen after-school club are so happy there they gave inspectors a tour.