A home for the elderly in Aberdeen has been told to make urgent improvements in the care experienced by residents.
The number of complaints about care services has risen in the last four years, according to a new report.
Dundee has a higher rate of vacancies in the care sector than the national average – with nearly half of all city services short of “vital” staff.
More than half of care homes for adults and older people plus care at home services have vacancies, a new report indicates.
Protecting the public is one of the challenges facing Dundee City Council in the coming year.
EXPOSED: Dundee care home admits Alzheimer’s patient Kenny victim of ‘unacceptable lapse in standards’
When former brickie Kenny Lynch’s Alzheimer’s deteriorated to such an extent that his wife was forced to put him into a care home, she believed she was doing the right thing.
A childminder has been given a glowing report by inspectors.
A children’s day care centre in one of the city’s newest campuses has been told by inspectors that it must do better.
A care inspector based in Dundee has been given a six-month warning on her official registration after being caught speeding on four occasions in the space of one year.
Cuts to beds and staff at a Dundee respite centre for severely disabled children are to be reversed following crunch talks between parents and MSPs.
A company which runs a care home in Dundee has gone into administration.
The West End Out of School Club for St Joseph’s RC and Victoria Park primary schools has been given a positive report by the care inspectorate.
A care home in Dundee’s West End has been given a positive report by the Care Inspectorate.
A Broughty Ferry residence which supports homeless veterans has received a glowing Care Inspectorate report in the wake of concerns raised by former residents and staff.
A local care home has been given a positive report by the Care Inspectorate.
A teenager has been charged after a woman in her 90s was allegedly assaulted at a care home.
A Dundee care home has been rated “good” across the board by the Care Inspectorate.
A family have hit out after a carer was caught on camera falling on top of a 94-year-old woman, hours after being released from hospital.
Two Perthshire care centres are celebrating top marks from inspectors.
A local childminder has been given a positive report by national care inspectors, who said parents were “very happy” with her standards of care.