Council chiefs have vowed “we can and will do better” after their Portsoy care home received damning criticism from inspectors.
Aberdeen City Council has been praised for the quality of care it provides to people with learning disabilities.
An Aberdeen care home invited locals in for a day of art-themed fun and games.
A Nairn care home worker who dragged a resident across the floor by her wrist has had a warning placed on her registration for two years.
Decision to be made later whether residents can return to Aberdeenshire care home tonight after fire
Dozens of pensioners could remain evacuated overnight after a fire at an Aberdeenshire care home today.
Residents at a soon-to-close Aberdeen care home have been left living amidst poor conditions and failed by staff, a damning report has revealed.
A council-owned care home, which was told to ensure 21 residents had access to more than one bathroom, has been slammed by inspectors for making no progress in six months.
Construction work on a new care home facility in Fortrose is due to get under way next month.
A Stornoway care home worker has admitted stealing drugs meant for elderly residents.
A care worker has been struck off after he hit a resident across the face.
Residents and staff at an Aberdeen care home are today in limbo after operators announced they are to pull out within four weeks.
A north-east care home has been awarded an “adequate” rating by care inspectors and ordered to improve its services.
Plans to expand a Moray care home as part of a modernisation project have been unveiled.
Residents are being left to their own devices in a urine-soaked Aberdeen care home, sparking serious concerns for their wellbeing.
Owners of a new Inverness care home are under fire for planning to name it Culloden House – despite it being miles from the historic battlefield.
Highland care home given until end of year to fix problems including concerns about mismanaged medication, ignoring distressed patients and disrespectful language
Care inspectors have demanded changes to the way a Ross-shire care home is run by the end of the year, after recording a catalogue of complaints about the 40-bed facility during an unannounced visit.
An inspection has been carried out at the Richmond Fellowship Scotland combined care home and support service in Lossiemouth.
As a Lochaber care home’s resident pet, William the dog already has an important role as a companion for residents.
Most octogenarians are more likely to be researching their ideal care home rather than running it.
An Aberdeenshire care home has been reprimanded for failing to give an ailing pensioner enough painkillers.
Work on a new social housing scheme designed to allow older people to live independently has begun.
A care worker who called an incontinent pensioner a ‘dirty old man’ at a Highland nursing home has been struck off
A care worker who mocked an incontinent old man at a rural nursing home in the Scottish Highlands has been struck off.
Locals campaigners were “disappointed” that health bosses failed to attend a meeting to discuss the future of a care home in the Ardnamurchan peninsula.
Five elderly care home residents played their own version of the FIFA World Cup yesterday by competing in a penalty shoot-out.
The controversial sale of the Aberdeen Grammar FP Club in Rubislaw has been agreed with a care home operator, for a price in the region of £2.25 million.
A grieving relative has hit out as the doors closed on a far north care home.
If at first you don’t succeed, try, try and try again.
An Aberdeen support worker has been struck off after leaving a vulnerable woman on the toilet for 40 minutes while she went for a cigarette.
Residents at an Inverness nursing home have suffered poor and inconsistent care - including going to bed hungry - which left their health and wellbeing at risk, care inspectors found.
Nurse tells inquiry staff ‘did not have the training’ to care for pensioner who died at Inverness nursing home
The nurse in charge of the care of a 72-year-old woman who died in an Inverness home told an inquiry that her team did not have enough training to look after her.
Developers have revealed their vision for a multi-million pound care home providing dozens of much needed places for elderly people and creating 100 full-time jobs in Inverness.
A north-east nurse who failed to report an alleged rape has been has been sanctioned after failing to lock up drugs at a care home.