Care inspectors have given Scotland’s biggest social landlord a glowing report for its sheltered housing service. GHA was praised by the Care Inspectorate for performing at a ‘very good level with areas of excellent practice’.
An inspection of services for children and young people in the Western Isles has identified an increase in care leavers becoming homeless due to “limited collaboration” between the authorities. Led by the Care Inspectorate, working in partnership with Education Scotland, Healthcare Improvement S
Eildon Housing Association has received another glowing report for the service at Station Avenue in Duns, supporting adults with learning disabilities to live independently. Although this service has received consistently high marks from the Care Inspectorate, the recent report, following an inspect
Maureen Lynch (sheltered housing officer), Elizabeth Brodie, Tom Brodie, Cllr Sam Love, Benny Pollock & Monica Lynn (housing advisor) People living in sheltered housing in Bellshill and Viewpark are getting a 5-star service according to the Care Inspectorate.
A hostel for homeless people in Edinburgh has been given the highest grading of Excellent following a recent unannounced inspection by the Care Inspectorate. Dunedin Canmore’s Harbour Hostel was given the rating for 5 out of 6 Quality Statements inspected against, with the 6th receiving a Very Goo
Councillor Gail Casey, chairperson of West Dunbartonshire Health and Social Care Partnership, with ladies from Dalreoch Day Centre and Dalreoch House (from left) Margaret McInally, Lorna Dennett (front), Betty Wilson, Cllr Gail Casey (front), Ann Jennings, and Jenny Campbell (front) Four West Dunbar
(from left) Lynn Wassell, chair of River Clyde Homes’ board, John Galt House residents Ken Quinn, Margaret Hamill and Jimmy Grant with Jane Wallace manager, ExtraCare at RCH River Clyde Homes’ sheltered housing service has received its most positive report ever following a recent unannounced vis
The quality of care and support which Shelter Scotland provides to homeless and badly housed households has been highly commended by the Care Inspectorate. Shelter Scotland’s Housing Support Services, which provides a range of national housing support functions to those with complex needs, was pra
A housing support service in North Ayrshire has been given top marks in an inspection by the Care Inspectorate. It is the second inspection in a row where inspectors graded North Ayrshire Council's temporary furnished housing support service as 'excellent'.
A Dundee housing support service has been heavily praised by the Care Inspectorate after it received a five star review for its services.Blackwood’s Charleston Support Services recently underwent a short-notice inspection which saw it awarded five stars for its commitment to person centred care,