A support worker is to appear before a professional panel accused of inappropriate behaviour.
Connor Smith will appear before a Scottish Social Services Council panel at Compass House in Dundee.
The hearing is expected to take conclude today (Tuesday).
It is alleged Mr Smith behaved inappropriately towards a colleague while working at Advanced Specialist Care Limited, at ASC Orchard Court and Dalguise in Perth.
A notice of fitness to practise issued by the SSSC, it states: “While employed as a support worker by Advanced Specialist Care Limited, at ASC Orchard Court and Dalguise in Perth it is alleged that you behaved in an inappropriate way towards a colleague at work.
“It is alleged your actions impair your fitness to practise because of your misconduct.”
No further detail was given about the nature of the allegation against Mr Smith.
The fitness to practise panel will decide if the allegation is proven, whether Mr Smith is fit to practise and if a sanction should be placed on his registration.
The SSSC says a worker is fit to practise if they meet the standards of character, conduct and competence necessary for them to do their job safely and effectively, with particular regard to the code of practice for social service workers and the code of practice for employers of social service workers.
ASC Orchard Court is a purpose-built home, designed to accommodate the special needs of individuals with a learning disability and other mental health complications.
The care home is privately owned and registered for a maximum of 24 service users.
Balhousie Care Group, which operates the facility, was contacted for comment but had failed to respond before the Tele went to press.