But although the report also warns that the quality of care plans for children is sometimes not good enough, the overall tone of the report is positive.
Inspectors found a significant improvement since their last visit in 2011.
The new report was carried out under pilot arrangements bringing together a specialist team of inspectors from the care, social work, health, police and education regulators.
The new approach was requested by Scottish ministers.
Annette Bruton, chief executive of the Care Inspectorate (pictured), said: "The Care Inspectorate is pleased to be working with other organisations to develop a new inspection methodology."