A Moray care worker was given a formal warning that will stay on his record for three years after laughing and joking while a resident was in distress.
North-east care home worker must ‘write reflective essay’ after preventing resident from going to toilet
A north-east care home worker has been ordered to write a "reflective" essay after refusing to help a resident go to the bathroom and shouting at a colleague.
A group of north-east law students will offer free advice to social workers who have been taken to tribunal and face the risk of being struck off by industry watchdogs.
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.
A support worker will go before a hearing accused of “causing distress” to residents at an Aberdeen care home.
An employee, who worked at a Moray care home for nearly 20 years, has avoided being struck off after falling asleep on the job.
A north-east care worker has been accused of nipping and shouting at residents under her supervision.
A north-east care worker accused of making a slew of racist and homophobic comments has been cleared by her professional watchdog.
An Inverness care home support worker has vowed he will never work in the sector again after he was censured by an industry watchdog for his behaviour with a client.
An Inverurie care worker has been given a warning after behaving in an abusive manner towards a woman.
A disgraced Moray care worker who maintains she did not abuse two pensioners will fight to continue working with older people.
An Aberdeenshire day care worker who allegedly laughed at a child's injuries and verbally abused a colleague is due to appear before a watchdog next week.
An Aberdeen social worker who worked for a charity for the blind and deaf has been struck off after being found guilty of a catalogue of failings.