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.
Children at an Aberdeen nursery are given the opportunity to be creative and use their imaginations, inspectors have said.
Staff from a north-east nursery provide children and their families with a welcoming environment, inspectors said.
Staff from a north-east charity helping disabled people are trained, competent and skilled, inspectors have said.
A support service for young people has been praised by inspectors.
An Aberdeen care home has been praised by inspectors.
Three people have been arrested in relation to alleged offences at a north-east care home which was forced to close.
The report said: “Staff were respectful and nurturing in their interaction with the children.”
There is a welcoming and relaxed atmosphere at a north-east children’s nursery, inspectors have said.
Crafts, board games and special guests entertain residents at an Aberdeen care home, inspectors said.
Staff share laughter with people with learning disabilities at a north-east support service, inspectors have said.
Staff from a north-east care firm that helps disabled people have been given the top mark in an inspection.
Staff demonstrate kindness at a north-east care home, inspectors have said.
Staff from a north-east care home are compassionate to residents, inspectors have said.
Staff at a supported housing project in Aberdeen interact warmly and positively with service users, inspectors said.
Care plans at an Aberdeen support centre for people with learning disabilities reflect the wishes of service users, inspectors said.
Staff are responsive to service users’ needs at a respite centre, inspectors have said.
Staff at a north-east nursery put children’s wellbeing at the centre of their work, inspectors said.
Residents’ choices are respected at an Aberdeen care home, inspectors have said.
Inspectors have praised a north-east home help service.
It was a lovely place to visit, with photos and displays of achievements on the wall, and it had a very happy atmosphere.
Children from an Aberdeen nursery are happy, settled and confident, inspectors have said.
The Care Inspectorate visited Charleston School Nursery in October and rated it adequate for quality of care and support.
An Aberdeen care home for young people has been commended for improving the service.
Children who use a fostering service are helped by highly-skilled carers, inspectors said.
The Care Inspectorate rated standards at Banks o’ Dee Care Home “weak” – the second from bottom of six possible ratings – after an inspection in September.
Service-users experience warmth and compassion at a north-east sheltered housing complex, inspectors have said.
Inspectors have raised concerns about staffing levels at a north-east care home.
A service that helps at-risk children in Aberdeen is well managed, inspectors have said.