A Broughty Ferry care home has been given a positive report by the Care Inspectorate.
The Bughties Care Home provides a service for up to 29 older people and aims to “provide a high quality, safe and appropriate service for all residents”.
The service received “good” scores on all areas that were inspected which included quality of care and support, quality of environment, quality of staffing and quality of management and leadership.
The report stated: “People living in the home and their relatives told us that they were happy with the service provided, including their personal care, personal space, staff, managers and the quality of meals provided.
“People looked comfortable and attention had been paid to their personal care.
“Staff told us that they really enjoyed working in the home, they had regular training and supervision and the manager was supportive.”
The inspection report shows an improvement on previous inspections, the most recent being November 2017, where the home scored “adequate” on its care and support and its management and leadership.
The report stated the inspectorate spoke to management to address a few issues including wound dressing, risk assessment and upkeep of medical records but no further requirements on quality of care were made.
Cara Dickson, assistant manager at the care home, said: “We’ve got a good team and a good manager. There is a lot of hard work that has gone into it and it has really paid off.
“We are all delighted with the report.”