A Derby nursing home that was told to improve the quality of its care five months ago is still failing to treat residents with respect and dignity.
The Oaks Nursing Home in Mickleover has again been told by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) it must improve.
In November, the care home failed five of the watchdog's six main standards of quality and safety.
A new report this month, which the home declined to comment on, did find there had been "slight improvements".
The nursing home on Western Road, which cares for 28 patients many of whom have dementia, was reinspected on 7 March.
It was told it needed to ensure improvements were made in treating people with respect and protecting them from harm.
Failings in standards of staffing and management were also highlighted.
Sourced from BBC News, 24th March 2012.