The Care Inspectorate regulates and inspects care services in Scotland to make sure that they meet the right standards. Their work includes registering services, inspecting and grading them, dealing with complaints, carrying out enforcement action where necessary and helping services improve. Set up by Scottish Government, and accountable to ministers, it’s their job to assure and protect everyone that uses these services. They work to make sure that everyone gets safe, high quality care that meets their needs.
When they register or inspect a care service they make sure it abides by the law. They also check that it meets the National Care Standards, which set out standards of care that people should expect. If the Care Inspectorate find a service is not meeting these standards, they have the powers to make the service improve.
Ardnahein Care is visited each year through an unannounced inspection. To read in-detail information about how the inspections work, read the document below on "How the Care Inspectorate inspect".
All of the inspection reports are public documents and as such we have listed our reports below: