Need/provision/receipt Description of measure Start year Age range Age from Age to Informant Multiple rater Reporting term Sweep title Standard instrument Question/Data item Response scale Notes Physical health measures Dataset
Need; Method of assessment - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Assessments only: Method of assessment for service user or carer

Defined List…
Carer only
Service user only
Service user and carer

ASC-CLD
Provision; Total hours caring - carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Total hours caring per week by carer

Defined List
1 – 7 hrs
8 – 14 hrs
15 – 21 hrs
22 – 28 hrs
29 – 35 hrs
36 – 42 hrs
43 – 49 hrs
50+ hrs

ASC-CLD
Provision; No. adults cared for - carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

No. of adults being cared for by carer

Integer

ASC-CLD
Provision; Linked persons to carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Linked person IDs for people carer looks after

Integer or Alpha-numeric (up to 3 linked people)

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Service type - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Service type for service user or carer

Defined List…
Short Term Support: ST-Max
Short Term Support: Ongoing Low Level
Short Term Support: Other Short Term
Long Term Support: Nursing Care
Long Term Support: Residential Care
Long Term Support: Community
Long Term Support: Prison
Carer Support: Direct to Carer
Carer Support: Support involving the person cared-for

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Service component - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Service component for service user or carer

Defined List…
Rabblement
Short Term Nursing Care
Short Term Residential Care
Long Term Nursing Care
Long Term Residential Care
Home Support
Day Support
Meals
Transport
Equipment
Direct Payment
Shared Lives
Community Supported Living
Professional Support- Social Worker
Professional Support- Other
Learning/Education/Employment Support
End of Life Care
Emergency Support
Other Short Term Support
Other Long Term Support
Carer Respite
Carer Sitting Service
Carer Universal Services
Other Carer Support

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Delivery mechanism - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Delivery mechanism for service user or carer

Defined List…
Direct Payment
CASSR Managed Personal Budget
CASSR Commissioned Support
Self-Funder Metering Only

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Provider CQC location - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Provider CQC location name for service user or carer

Alpha-numeric

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Provider CQC location ID - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Provider CQC location ID for service user or carer

Alpha-numeric

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Review reason - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Reviews only: Review reason for service user or carer

Defined List…
Planned
Unplanned – Hospital (Planned and unplanned episodes)
Unplanned – Carer related
Unplanned – Safeguarding concern
Unplanned – Other Reason
Unplanned – Provider Failure
Unplanned – Change in Commissioning arrangements

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Review outcomes - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Reviews only: Review outcomes achieved for service user or carer

Defined List…
Fully Met
Partially Met
Not Met

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Review method - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Reviews only: Method of review for service user or carer

Defined List…
Carer only
Service user only
Service user and carer

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Service unit cost - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Unit cost for service user or carer

Numeric (0.00)

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Service cost freq - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Cost frequency (unit type) for service user or carer

Defined List…
Per Session
Hourly
Daily
Weekly
Fortnightly
4-weekly
Monthly
Quarterly
Annually
One-off

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Planned units per week - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Services only: Planned units per week for service user or carer

Numeric (0.00)

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Client type - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Client type – service user or carer

Defined List
Service User
Carer
Carer known by association
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Need; Primary support reason - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Primary support reason of service user or carer

Defined List…
Physical Support: Access & mobility only
Physical Support: Personal care support
Sensory Support: Support for visual impairment
Sensory Support: Support for hearing impairment
Sensory Support: Support for dual impairment
Support with Memory & Cognition
Learning Disability Support
Mental Health Support
Social Support: Substance misuse support
Social Support: Asylum seeker support
Social Support: Support for Social Isolation/Other
Social Support: Support to Carer
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Postcode - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Postcode of service user or carer

Alpha-numeric
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Accom status - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Accommodation status of service user or carer

Defined List…
Owner occupier or shared ownership scheme
Tenant
Tenant – private landlord
Settled mainstream housing with family / friends
Supported accommodation / supported lodgings / supported group home
Shared Lives scheme
Approved premises for offenders released from prison or under probation supervision
Sheltered housing / extra care housing / other sheltered housing
Mobile accommodation for Gypsy / Roma and Traveller communities
Rough sleeper / squatting
Night shelter / emergency hostel / direct access hostel
Refuge
Placed in temporary accommodation by the council (inc. homelessness resettlement)
Staying with family / friends as a short-term guest
Acute / long-term healthcare residential facility or hospital
Registered care home
Registered nursing home
Prison / Young offenders institution / detention centre
Other temporary accommodation
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Employment status - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Employment status of service user or carer

Defined List…
Paid: Less than 16 hours a week
Paid: 16 or more hours a week
Not in Paid Employment (seeking work)
Not in Paid Employment (not actively seeking work / retired)
Not in Paid Employment (voluntary work only)
Paid: Hours per week unknown
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Need; Unpaid care receipt - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Has unpaid carer’ for service user or carer

Defined List…
Yes
No
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Autism - service user 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Does service user have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)?

Defined List…
Yes
No
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Visual impairment - service user 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Does service user have visual impairment?

Defined List
Blind/severely sight impaired
Partial sight/sight impaired
No visual impairment
Visual impairment – severity unknown
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Hearing impairment - service user 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Does service user have hearing impairment?

Defined List
Deaf with speech
Deaf without speech
Hard of hearing
No hearing impairment
Hearing impairment – severity unknown
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Dementia - service user 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Does service user have dementia?

Defined List…
Yes
No
Unknown

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Funding status - service user 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Client funding status of service user

Defined List…
18(3) (full cost client)
Self-Funder – Metering Only
Joint Client and Social Care Funded
Fully Health Funded
Joint Health and Social Care Funded
Fully Social Care Funded
Unknown – System Level
Unknown – Individual Level

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Event type - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Event type for service user or carer

Defined List…
Request
Assessment
Service
Review

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Event reference - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Event reference for service user or carer

Integer or Alpha-numeric

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Event start date - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Event start date for service user or carer

dd/mm/yyyy

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Event end date - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Event end date for service user or carer

dd/mm/yyyy

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Event description - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Event description for service user or carer

Free text

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Event outcome - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Event outcome for service user or carer

Defined List…
Progress to Rabblement/ST-Max
Progress to Assessment
Admitted to hospital
Progress to Re-assessment / Unplanned Review
Progress to Support Planning / Services
Progress to End of Life Care
No change in package
Service ended as planned
NFA – Moved to another LA
NFA – 100% NHS funded care
NFA – Self-funded client (Inc. 12wk disregard)
NFA – Support declined
NFA – Information & Advice / Signposting only
NFA – Deceased
NFA – No services offered: Other reason
NFA – Support ended: Other reason
Progress to financial assessment
Provision of service
NFA- Other

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Route of access - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Request only: Route of access for service user or carer

Defined List…
Planned Entry (Transition)
Discharge from Hospital
Diversion from Hospital Services
Community / Other route
Prison
Self-Funder
Discharge from Rabblement
Transfer from Other LA

ASC-CLD
Receipt; Assessment type - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Assessments only: Assessment type for service user or carer

Defined List…
Short Term Assessment
Long Term Assessment
Financial Assessment

ASC-CLD
Need; Eligible needs - service user/carer 2024 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Current ASC-CLD Feb v2 No

Assessments only: Eligible needs identified for service user or carer

Defined List…
Eligible needs identified
Non-eligible needs identified
No needs identified

ASC-CLD
Provision; Number of hours spent caring 2016 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 4 No

In an average week, roughly how many hours would you spend doing the following
activities? (Please answer each question)

a) Working in a paid job (whether employed or self-employed)
b) Giving personal care to someone in your home or family
c) Working in an unpaid job for others outside your home and family (e.g. as a
volunteer for a charity)

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - back & Neck pain 2016 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past year HEAF Follow-up 4 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your BACK or NECK for a month or longer
that made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

Yes
No

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - arm & shoulder pain 2016 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past year HEAF Follow-up 4 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your ARM(S) or SHOULDER(S) for a month or
longer that made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or to do household chores?

Yes
No

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - leg pain 2016 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past year HEAF Follow-up 4 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your LEG(S) for a month or longer that made
it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

Yes
No

HEAF
Need; Ability to dress without help 2016 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 4 No

How do you manage the following activities? (If you do not do any of the activities, try to
estimate how well you would be able to do them. Circle the number that applies; please circle a
number on every line).

Scale from 0 (without difficulty) to 10 (impossible)
a) Dressing (without help)
b) Out-door walks
c) Climbing stairs
d) Sitting for a long time
e) Standing bent over a sink
f) Carrying a bag
h) Making a bed
i) Running
j) Light work
k) Heavy work
l) Lifting heavy objects
m) Participating in exercise/sports

HEAF
Provision; Number of hours spent caring 2019 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 5 No

In an average week, roughly how many hours would you spend doing the following
activities? (Please answer each question)

a) Working in a paid job (whether employed or self-employed)
b) Giving personal care to someone in your home or family
c) Working in an unpaid job for others outside your home and family (e.g. as a
volunteer for a charity)

HEAF
Receipt; Receipt of care/disability-related benefits 2019 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 5 No

Do you receive any state benefits?

a) income support
b) Incapacity benefit
c) Jobseeker’s allowance
d) Disability living allowance
e) Housing benefit f) Working tax credit
g) Statutory sick pay h) Employment and support allowance
i) Universal credit
j) Personal Independence payment
k) Carer’s allowance
l) Others (please specify below

HEAF
Need; Ability to bathe/dress 2019 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 5 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day.

Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so, please indicate how much?
(One tick for each row)

For each response option:
Yes limited a lot
Yes limited a little
No, not limited at al

Response options:
a) Vigorous activities, such as running, lifting heavy objects, participating in strenuous
sports
b) Moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or
playing golf
c) Lifting or carrying groceries
d) Climbing several flights of stairs
e) Climbing one flight of stairs
f) Bending, kneeling or stooping
g) Walking more than one mile
h) Walking half a mile
i) Walking one hundred yards
j) Bathing or dressing yourself

HEAF
Provision; DoL applications - granted/not granted 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of completed applications for deprivation of liberty during year and the mean duration (days) from receiving the application to completing for granted and not granted applications by urgent / standard status, and not granted applications by reason not granted (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications:
Granted – Urgent
Granted – Standard
Not Granted – Urgent
Not Granted – Standard

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - granted/not granted length of time 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of completed applications for deprivation of liberty during year and the mean duration (days) from receiving the application to completing for granted and not granted applications by urgent / standard status, and not granted applications by reason not granted (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Mean durations of application completion (days):
Granted – Urgent
Granted – Standard
Not Granted – Urgent
Not Granted – Standard

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - reasons not granted 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of completed applications for deprivation of liberty during year and the mean duration (days) from receiving the application to completing for granted and not granted applications by urgent / standard status, and not granted applications by reason not granted (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Mean duration from receiving the application to completing (days) – Reason Not Granted:
Assessment Criteria Not Met
Change of Circumstances
Death of Person
Admin Error

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - gap between completion and authorization 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of completed and granted applications for deprivation of liberty during year during year and number of applications by duration (days) from application completion to the start of the authorisation (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Duration between application completion and the start of the authorisation (days):
Less than 0
0
1 to 30
31 to 365
366 or more
Blank

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - number of urgent authorisations 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of granted authorisations for deprivation of liberty when urgent authorisation given (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of granted authorisations

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - duration of planned authorisation 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Duration of planned authorisation for deprivation of liberty period (days) – when urgent authorisation given (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Shortest duration
Longest duration
Mean duration

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - number of standard authorisations 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of granted authorisations for deprivation of liberty from standard applications (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of granted authorisations

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - duration of authorisation 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Duration of actual authorisation period (days) – when urgent authorisation for deprivation of liberty given (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Shortest duration
Longest duration
Mean duration

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - duration of standard authorisation 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Duration of actual authorisation for deprivation of liberty period (days) – standard applications (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Shortest duration
Longest duration
Mean duration

DoLS
Provision; DoL authorisation - review during year 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Authorisations active during year, where at least one review took place during the authorisation for deprivation of liberty, and outcome of most recent review (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of authorisations
Authorisations with at least one review
No review
Mental health requirement not met
Mental capacity requirement not met
No refusals requirement not met
Eligibility requirement not met
Best interests requirement not met
Change of client circumstances
Death of client
No criteria failed, DoLS remains
Not known

DoLS
Provision; Total applications for DoL 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Total applications for deprivation of liberty (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; Total applications for DoL urgent/standard 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Total applications, urgent and standard, for deprivation of liberty (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - acute hospitals 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Number of applications for deprivation of liberty from acute hospitals (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - mental health 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Number of applications for deprviation of liberty from mental health (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - nursing homes 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Number of applications for deprivation of liberty from care homes – nursing (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - residential care homes 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Number of applications for deprivation of liberty from care homes – residential (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - other services 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Number of applications for deprivation of liberty from other services (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - number per individual 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Number of applications for deprivation of liberty per individual (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications per individual:
1 application
2 applications
3 applications
4+ applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - by age group 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Applications received during year per 100,000 adults by age group and age standardised rate (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications:
18-64 years old
65-74 years old
74-84 years old
85+ years old

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - not granted 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Total applications for deprivation of liberty not granted (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - reason not granted 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Applications No

Total number of applicatons for deprivation of liberty not granted by reason (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number not granted for:
Assessment criteria not met
Change in circumstances
Death of person
Admin Error
Blank

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - not completed by duration 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Applications for deprivation of liberty not completed at end of reporting year by duration of application (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of applications:
0 to 89 days
90 to 180 days
181 to 270 days
271 to 365 days
366 days or more

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - not completed urgent/standard 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Applications for deprivation of liberty not completed at end of reporting year by urgent or standard cases (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of applications:
Urgent
Standard

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - not completed by service type 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Applications for deprivation of liberty not completed at end of reporting year by CQC service type (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of applications:
Acute hospitals
Mental health
Care homes – nursing
Care home – residential
Other
Blank or invalid

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - one application min by age 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Demographics No

Number of individuals that have had at least one application for deprivation of liberty submitted and received by the council during year by age group (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Number of applications:
18-64 years old
65-74 years old
74-84 years old
85+ years old

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - by gender 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Demographics No

Number of individuals that have had at least one application for deprivation of liberty submitted and received by the council during year by gender (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of applications:
Male
Female

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - by ethnicity 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Demographics No

Number of individuals that have had at least one application for deprivation of liberty submitted and received by the council during year by ethnicity (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of applications:
White
Asian / Asian British
Mixed / Multiple Ethnic Group
Black / Black British
Other ethnic origin
Not stated
Undeclared / Not known

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - by sexual orientation 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Demographics No

Number of individuals that have had at least one application for deprivation of liberty submitted and received by the council during year by sexual orientation (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Total number of applications:
Heterosexual
Gay / Lesbian
Bisexual
Other
Prefer not to say
Not known

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - application duration shortest/longest 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of completed applications for deprivation of liberty and the shortest, longest and mean duration (days) from receiving the application to completing during year (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Duration in days:
Shortest duration
Longest duration
Mean duration
Standard applications
Completed within 21 days

DoLS
Provision; DoL applications - application duration shortest/longest from last assessment 2009 18-120 18 120 Data manager No Past year DLoS - Timeframes No

Number of completed applications for deprivation of liberty and the shortest, longest and mean duration (days) from receiving the application to completing during year: From the last assessment to application completion (days) (separated by region of country and also by UK councils)

Shortest duration
Longest duration
Mean duration

DoLS
Provision; New guardianship cases in year 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Total new cases for guardianship opened during the year (totals and broken down by region of country)

Number of cases

GMHA
Provision; Continuing guardianship cases in year 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Total number of cases for guardianship continuing at the end of the year (totals and broken down by region of country)

Number of cases

GMHA
Provision; Closed guardianship cases in year 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Total number of cases for guardianship closed during the year (totals and broken down by region of country)

Number of cases

GMHA
Provision; Median length closed guardianship cases in year 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Median length of closed cases for guardianship (months) (totals and broken down by region of country and councils)

Length of time in months

GMHA
Provision; New guardianship cases in year - gender and act section 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

New cases for guardianship opened during the year (totals and broken down by region of country). Broken down by gender and section of act (section 7 or section 37)

Number of cases

GMHA
Provision; Continuing guardianship cases in year - gender and act section 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Continuing cases for guardianship during the year (totals and broken down by region of country). Broken down by gender and section of act (section 7 or section 37)

Number of cases

GMHA
Provision; Closed guardianship cases in year - gender and act section 2003 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Closed cases for guardianship during the year (totals and broken down by region of country). Broken down by gender and section of act (section 7 or section 37)

Number of cases

GMHA
Provision; Reason for request - lifetime loan 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Reason for request: Lifetime loan
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPAs agreed during the year

DPAE
Provision; Reason for request - other 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Reason for request: Other
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPAs agreed during the year

DPAE
Provision; Planned use of property during DPA 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Planned use of property during DPA divided into:
Sale
Rent
Family member
Empty
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPAs agreed during the year

DPAE
Provision; Security provided for DPA 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Security provided for deferred payment agreements (DPAs) divided into:
Secured with first charge
With second or other charge
By other means
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPAs agreed during the year

DPAE
Provision; State vs. individual contributions to DPA - full costs care 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

State and individual contributions to the deferred payment agreements (DPAs) – DPA for full cost of residential or nursing home place (broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of outstanding DPAs

DPAE
Provision; State vs. individual contributions to DPA - user contributing 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

State and individual contributions to the deferred payment agreements (DPAs) – User contributing from income to cost of care (broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of outstanding DPAs

DPAE
Provision; State vs. individual contributions to DPA - means testing 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

State and individual contributions to the deferred payment agreements (DPAs) – LA contributing to cost of care through the means test (broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of outstanding DPAs

DPAE
Provision; Distribution of weekly value of DPA 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Distribution of weekly value of the deferred payment agreements (DPAs) (broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of outstanding DPAs broken down into:
Less than £300
£300 to £400
£400 to £500
More than £500

DPAE
Provision; DPAs concluded due to death of holder 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Deferred payment agreements (DPAs) concluded due to the death of the holder (broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of recovered DPAs during the year

DPAE
Provision; DPAs concluded during lifetime of holder 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Deferred payment agreements (DPAs) concluded during the lifetime of the holder (broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of recovered DPAs during the year

DPAE
Provision; DPAs concluded due to death of holder - by length of DPA 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Deferred payment agreements (DPAs) concluded due to the death of the holder (broken down by the region of the country)

Number of recovered DPAs by the length of time the DPA was in place:
6 months or less
more than 6 months but less than 12 months
more than 12 months but less than 24 months
more than 24 months but less than 36 months
More than 36 months
Total

DPAE
Provision; DPAs concluded in lifetime of holder - by length of DPA 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Deferred payment agreements (DPAs) concluded during the lifetime of the holder (broken down by the region of the country)

Number of recovered DPAs by the length of time the DPA was in place:
6 months or less
more than 6 months but less than 12 months
more than 12 months but less than 24 months
more than 24 months but less than 36 months
More than 36 months
Total

DPAE
Provision; Number of DPAS outstanding 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) outstanding at 31st March
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; Number of DPAS outstanding - loan style 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) outstanding at 31st March outstanding – Of which Loan Style
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; New DPAs agreed during the year 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

New deferred payment agreements (DPAs) agreed during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; New DPAs - loan style 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

New deferred payment agreements (DPAs) – of which Loan style
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; Ended DPAs - recovery attempted but no value recovered 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where recovery was attempted, but no value was recovered during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; Ended DPAs - recovery attempted & value recovered 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where recovery was attempted, and a partial value was recovered during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; Ended DPAs - local authority did not attempt recovery 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where the Local Authority did not attempt recovery during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; Ended DPAs - fully recovered 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) that were fully recovered during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of deferred payment agreements (DPAs)

DPAE
Provision; Value of DPAs 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) outstanding at 31st March
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of deferred DPAs 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of outstanding deferred payment agreements (DPAs) – Of which Loan Style
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of new DPAs 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of new deferred payment agreements (DPAs) agreed during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of new DPAs - loan style 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of new deferred payment agreements (DPAs) – Of which Loan Style
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of ended DPAs - recovery attempted but no value recovered 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where recovery was attempted, but no value was recovered during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of ended DPAS - recovery attempted & partial value recovered 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where recovery was attempted, and a partial value was recovered during the year. Values provided for ‘recovered’ and ‘written off’
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of ended DPAS - no recovery attempted 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where the Local Authority did not attempt recovery during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value of ended DPAS - fully recovered 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value of ended deferred payment agreements (DPAs) that were fully recovered during the year
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; Value received against deferred DPAs - outstanding 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Value received during the year against deferred payment agreements (DPAs) that were outstanding at 31st March
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Value of deferred payment agreements (DPAs) in £

DPAE
Provision; New DPAs - top-up/no top-up 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

New deferred payment agreements (DPAs) agreed during the year divided into:
Provided with no top up
Provided with top up
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPA requests, by the sequel to that request

DPAE
Provision; DPAs not provided - local authority vs. client reasons 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Requests for a deferred payment agreements (DPAs) where the DPA was not provided divided into:
Not provided for Local Authority reasons
Not provided for client reasons
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPA requests, by the sequel to that request

DPAE
Provision; Reason for request - loan before sale of property 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year Ongoing - yearly No

Reason for request: Bridging loan to allow sale of the property
(broken down by the region of the country and councils)

Number of new DPAs agreed during the year

DPAE
Provision; Effectiveness - children's social care service 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Overall effectiveness of children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Impact - leaders - children's social care service 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Impact of leaders of children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Experiences/progress children who need help/protection in services 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Experiences and progress of children who need help and protection in children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Experiences/progress - children in social care service 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Experiences and progress of children in care in children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Experiences/progress leavers children's services 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Experiences and progress of care leavers of children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Inspection/Visit type - children's social care service 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Inspection/Visit type of children’s social care service

ILACS Focused Visit
ILACS Short Inspection
ILACS Standard Inspection
LA Monitoring visit

CSCDE
Provision; Provision type of children's social care service 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

Provision type of children’s social care service

Boarding School
Residential special school (registered as a children’s home)
Children’s home
Independent Fostering Agency
Voluntary Adoption Agency
Residential Family Centre
Adoption Support Agency
Children’s home
Further Education College with Residential Accommodation
Secure children’s home

CSCDE
Provision; How well children/young people protected - services 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

How well children and young people are helped and protected at children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Effectiveness - leaders/managers - children's social care services 2014 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Current Children’s social care data in England rolling data collection No

The effectiveness of leaders and managers at children’s social care service

Outstanding
Good
Requires improvement to be good
Inadequate

CSCDE
Provision; Number of community referrals received 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Referrals received (ICB, Local Authority of Residence (Upper), NHS England (Region), Provider):
Referrals broken down into the following categories:
-Total
-Children and young people
-Adults aged 19 to 64
-Adults aged 65 and over

For each group figures obtained for:
Referrals received
Persons needing care

CSS
Provision; Care contacts by age group 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Breakdown of care contacts by age group:
Care contacts broken down into the following categories:
-Total
-Children and young people
-Adults aged 19 to 64
-Adults aged 65 and over

Number of care contacts obtained for each category

CSS
Provision; Referrals to community services by age 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Referrals by age

Number of referrals for the following age groups:
0-4
4-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95-99

CSS
Provision; Sources of community referrals 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Referrals by source of referral

Number of sources recorded under:
General Medical Practiioner Practice
Community Health Service
Acute Hospital Inpatient/Outpatient Department
Self referral
Source of referral no known
Carer/Relative
Missing Value/Value Outside Parameters
Care Home
Educational Establishemnt
Local Authority Social Services
Accident and Emergency Department (including minor injuries units and walk in cenres)
Ambulance Service
Telephone or Electronic Access Service
Hospice
Mental Health Service
Police
Dental Practice
Independent Sector
National Screening Programme
Voluntary Sector
EmployerAsylum Service
Prison Health Service
Courts
Probation Service
Pharmacy
Asylum services

CSS
Provision; Reasons for community referrals 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Referrals by reason for referral

Reasons by reason for referral recorded under:
Reason for referral not known
Missing Value / Value Outside Parameters
Musculoskeletal Problems
Haematology/Phlebotamy
Healthy Child Pathway
Wound Care
Problems with Activities of Daily Living
Rehabilitation
Foot Care/Problems
Continence problems
Catheter problems
End of Life Support
Nutrition and Dietetics
Diabetes
Speech and Language Problems
Mobility Problems
Respiratory Conditions
Antenatal Care
Falls Risk
Cardiac Conditions
Family Support
Pain/Symptom Control
Emotional/Behaviour Problems
Equipment Provision
Safeguard
Neurological Problems
Looked After Children
Bladder Care
Pressure Ulcer
Feeding/Swallowing Problems
Developmental Problems
Leg Ulcer
Blood Pressure
Skin Problems
Bowel Problems
Ear Infections/Problems
Hearing Problems/Loss
Imunisation
Tuberculosis
Over 75 Assessments
Cancer
Accident/Trauma
Other Congenital Conditions
Lymphoedema Management
Blood Disorders
Post Operative Care
Psychological Conditions
Minor Surgery
Complex Social Factors
Ophthalmic Problems
Parkinson’s Disease
Vascular Problems
Structural/Functional Impairment
Cognitive Problems
Deep Vein Thrombosis
Smoking Cessation
Material Mood Problems
Multiple Complex Communication Difficulties
Personal Hygiene
Bereavement
Chronic Allergy/Immunological Problem
Epilepsy
Stoma Care
Sleep Problems
Dizziness/Balance Problems
Gastrostomy/Management/Care
Renal Problems
Vomiting/Nausea
Eating Disorder
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalophy
Diarrhea and Vomiting
Metabolic/Endocrine Disorders
Head Injruy
Condition(s) Requiring Respite Care
Cerebral Palsy
Genetic Disorders
Alopecia
Failure to Thrive
Colostomy Care
Substance Misuse
Care of Next Infant (CONI) Pathway
Downs Syndrome
Cleft Palate
Low Muscle Tone
Dental Care Problems
Laryngectomy
Eustachia Tube Dysfunction
Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
Trismus/Restricted Mouth Opening

CSS
Provision; Care contacts by age group 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Care contacts by age

Number of contacts recorded for the following age groups:
0-4
4-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
75-79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95-99

CSS
Provision; Types of consultations provided 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Consultation Type

Consultation types recorded under:
Follow-up consultation
Initial Consultation
Missing value / Value Outside Parameters

CSS
Provision; Method of contact 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Contact Medium

Number of care contacts recorded under:
Video consultation
Text Message (Asynchronous)
Telephone
Talk type for a person unable to speak
Other
Missing Value / Value Outside Parameters
Message Board (Asynchronous)
Instant messaging (Synchronous)
Face to face communication
Email
Chat Room (Synchronous)

CSS
Provision; Attendance status for community referrals 2017 0-120 0 120 Data manager Yes Past month Community Services Statistics rolling data collection No

Attendance Status

Number of care contacts recorded under:
Attended
Missing Value / Value Outside Parameters
Health care provider cancellation
Patient did not attend or arrived too late to be seen
Patient cancellation

CSS
Provision; Total no. of complaints not upheld about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total complaints (complaints not upheld about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Region where IFA agency located 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Region in which Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) office is located

For each named service whether they are located in:
England
North West
North East
West Midlands
East Midlands
South West
South East
London
Yorkshire and The Humber
East of England

FIE
Provision; No. of approved households by IFA agency 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total approved households

Number for each named agency

FIE
Provision; No. of approved carers by IFA agency 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total approved carers

Number for each named agency

FIE
Provision; No. of allegation investigations < 21 days 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Time taken to investigate allegation less than 21 working days

Timescale for investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegation investigations = 22-30 days 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Time taken to investigate allegation 22 to 30 working days (4 to 6 weeks)

Timescale for investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegation investigations = 31-50 days 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Time taken to investigate allegation 31 to 50 working days (6 to 10 weeks)

Timescale for investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegation investigations 50+ days 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Time taken to investigate allegation more than 50 working days (more than 10 weeks)

Timescale for investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of DBS referrals due to allegations 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of referrals to the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Referrals (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of LA child protection referrals due to allegations 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of referrals to the local authority child protection team (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Referrals (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of section 47 enquiries 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of Section 47 enquiries (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Referrals (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of physical restrained incidents by foster carers 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of recorded incidents of physical restraint by foster carers (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Physical restraint (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of physical restrained incidents by foster household 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of households that restrained CYP (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Physical restraint (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of CYP complaints about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

CYP (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of CYP complaints about fostering not upheld 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

CYP (complaints not upheld about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carer complaints about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Foster carers (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of social workers' complaints made about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

CYP’s social workers (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of CYP's social workers' complaints made about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Other professionals (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of other professionals' complaints made about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Other professionals (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of CYP parents' complaints made about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

CYP’s parents (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of CYP parents' complaints not upheld about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

CYP’s parents (complaints not upheld about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of other complaints about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Others (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of other complaints not upheld about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Others (complaints not upheld about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Total no. of complaints made about fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total complaints (complaints made about fostering)

Complaints (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers - unknown reason 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistration of foster carer for unknown reason

Deregistrations by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. IRM foster carer application reviews 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of foster carer applications for a review to the IRM

Referrals to the IRM (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of reviewed referrals to IRM 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of foster carers which resulted in a recommendation being made to review the decision

Referrals to the IRM (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers completing TSD standards 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of individual foster carers who had completed the TSD Standards (Training, Support
and Development Standards for Foster Care)

Training and development numbers (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers completing TSD standards 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of individual foster carers who were awaiting sign-off on the TSD Standards (Training, Support
and Development Standards for Foster Care)

Training and development numbers (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers in progress TSD standards 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of individual foster carers who were in progress completing the TSD Standards (Training, Support
and Development Standards for Foster Care)

Training and development numbers (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers yet to start TSD standards 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of individual foster carers who had not yet commenced the TSD Standards (Training, Support
and Development Standards for Foster Care)

Training and development numbers (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers unknown TSD standard qualification 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of individual foster carers with TSD Standards training status unknown (Training, Support
and Development Standards for Foster Care)

Training and development numbers (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegations against foster carers - by children 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of allegations against foster carers by fostered children

Number of allegations of abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegations against foster carers - by other sources 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of allegations against foster carers by other sources

Number of allegations of abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegations made 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total number of allegations made

Number of allegations of abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of allegations against foster carers 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of children made allegations against foster carers

Number of allegations of abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of foster carers subject to allegations

Number of allegations of abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - phyical abuse 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Physical abuse allegations by foster children

Category of alleged abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - sexual abuse 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Sexual abuse allegations by foster children

Category of alleged abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - neglect 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Neglect allegations by foster children

Category of alleged abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - emotional abuse 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Emotional abuse allegations by foster children

Category of alleged abuse (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - concerns resolved 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Concerns resolved, no further action (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Outcome of investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - continued monitoring 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Continued monitoring for agreed period (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Outcome of investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of foster carers subject to allegations - concern remained 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Concern remained, refer to fostering panel for review (allegations by foster children and other sources)

Outcome of investigation (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Foster parent ethnicity 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Black/Black British ethnicity foster carers

Newly approved foster carers by ethnicity (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Foster parent ethnicity 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Other ethnic groups foster carers

Newly approved foster carers by ethnicity (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Foster parent ethnicity 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Not known ethnicity of foster carers

Newly approved foster carers by ethnicity (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 20 to 24

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 25 to 29

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 30 to 34

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 35 to 39

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 40 to 44

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 45 to 49

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 50 to 54

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 55 to 59

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 60 to 64

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Age of newly approved foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved foster carer aged 65+

Newly approved foster carers by age (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Total foster households deregistered 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total households deregistered between 1 April and 31 March

Deregistration’s (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers to facilitate LA transfer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistered foster carer to facilitate a transfer to a local authority

Deregistration’s by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers to facilitate IFA transfer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistered of foster carer to facilitate a transfer to an independent fostering agency

Deregistration’s by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers by service 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistration of foster carer initiated by the fostering service

Deregistration’s by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers by foster carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistration of foster carer initiated by the foster carer

Deregistration’s by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers as they adopted child 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistered of foster carer as family adopted the child/children

Deregistrations by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of deregistered foster carers as they took special guardianship 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Deregistered foster carer as family took out a special guardianship order for the child/children

Deregistrations by reason (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved emergency foster care 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved emergency foster care

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved parent and child placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved parent and child

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved multi-dimensional treatment 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved multi-dimensional treatment

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved remand placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved remand

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved other placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved other

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved to adopt placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved fostering to adopt

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved short breaks 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved short breaks

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved shared care placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved shared care

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved to foster 1 child 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved fostering of one child

Newly approved households by total number of places (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved to foster 2 children 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved fostering of two children

Newly approved households by total number of places (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved to foster 3 children 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved fostering of three children

Newly approved households by total number of places (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved to foster 4 children 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved fostering of four or more children

Newly approved households by total number of places (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved person new to fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved person new to fostering

Newly approved households by fostering experience (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved transferring agencies 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved transferring from another fostering agency

Newly approved households by fostering experience (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. newly approved return to fostering 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved returning to fostering

Newly approved households by fostering experience (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Total number of foster carers approved in year (still active) 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total number of foster carers approved in year still active at 31 March

Newly approved foster carers (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Total number of foster carers approved in year 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total number of foster carers newly approved between 1 April and 31 March

Newly approved foster carers (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Foster parent ethnicity 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

White ethnicity foster carers

Newly approved foster carers by ethnicity (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Foster parent ethnicity 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Mixed ethnicity foster carers

Newly approved foster carers by ethnicity (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Foster parent ethnicity 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Asian/Asian British ethnicity foster carers

Newly approved foster carers by ethnicity (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of placements used for short break care 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of places used for short break care

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. carer taking break/registration pending 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Carer(s) taking a break/pending resignation

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. carers under investigation 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Carer(s) under investigation

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of unstated child needs 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Needs of child not otherwise stated

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No of sibling group placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement only available if sibling group placed

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of pending placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Reserved for pending placement

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of placements reserved for short breaks 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Reserved for short breaks placement

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of children staying put in placement 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of children staying put in placement

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of fostering limit exemption households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of households approved at 31 March that had exemptions to the usual fostering limit in place at any time during the year

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of new fostering family enquiries 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of initial enquiries from new prospective fostering households

Initial enquiries (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of applications to foster 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total number of applications received from prospective fostering households between 1 April and 31 March

Applications received (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of fostering applications approved 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of applications approved

Applications received (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of fostering applications withdrawn by applicants 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of applications withdrawn by applicants

Applications received (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of fostering applications withdrawn by services 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of applications withdrawn by services

Applications received (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of fostering applications rejected 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of applications rejected after being presented to panel

Applications received (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of fostering applications remaining in progress 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of applications which remained in progress on 31 March

Applications received (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of fostering household approvals in year 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total number of households approved in year still active at 31 March

Newly approved households (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of newly approved fostering households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total number of households newly approved between 1 April and 31 March

Newly approved households (in-year) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved permanent foster care placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved permanent foster care

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; No. of newly approved non-permanent foster care placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Newly approved non-permanent foster care

Newly approved households by primary approval type (at 31 March) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of emergency foster placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Emergency placement offer

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of parent + child placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of parent and child placement offers

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number - multi dimensional treatments 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of multi-dimensional treatment offered

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of remand placements offered 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Remand fostering placement offered

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of other types of placements offered 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of other placement offers

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Numbers - fostering to adopt 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of people fostering to adopt

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Numbers - short breaks 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Short break fostering offers

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Numbers - shared care offers 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Shared care offers

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of unknown placement offers 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement offer not known

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of 0-8yr old foster children approvals 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

0 to 8 age range household

Households by approved age range (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of 5-18yr old foster children approvals 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

5 to 18 age range households

Households by approved age range (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Other age range foster children approvals 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Other age range households

Households by approved age range (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of households approved for 1 CYP 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of households approved for one CYP (child or young person)

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of households approved for 2 CYPs 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of households approved for two CYP (child or young person)

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of households approved for 3 CYPs 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of households approved for three CYP (child or young person)

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of households approved for 4+ 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of households approved for four or more CYP (child or young person)

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Total number of approved foster places 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of approved foster places

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of filled foster placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of filled places (number of children/young people in placements)

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of vacant foster placements 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of vacant foster places

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of foster places not available 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of foster places not available

Number of households/other placements (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Total approved fostering households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Total approved fostering households

Number of approved households (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of fostering households with one carer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of fostering households with one carer

Households by number of carers (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of fostering households with two carers 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of fostering households with two carers

Households by number of carers (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of fostering permanent foster care households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of fostering permanent foster care households

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of non-permanent foster care households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of non-permanent foster care households

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Emergency fostering households number 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Number of emergency households

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of parent and child fostering households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Parent and child fostering households

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Multi-dimensional fostering treatment provision 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Multi-dimensional fostering treatment provision

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Remand fostering placement number 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Remand fostering placement number

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number - other fostering placement offer 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Other fostering placement offers

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of fostering to adopt households 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Fostering to adopt household

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of short break placements offered 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Short breaks placement offer

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of shared care placements offered 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Shared care placement offer

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number of placement where offers not known 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement offer not known

Households by primary placement offer (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number - placements approved for 1 care type 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement offer approved for one type of care

Households by number of placement types offered (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number - placements approved for 2 care types 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement offer approved for two types of care

Households by number of placement types offered (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number - placements approved for 3 care types 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement offer approved for three types of care

Households by number of placement types offered (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Number - placements approved for 4+ care types 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Placement offer approved for four or more types of care

Households by number of placement types offered (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Numbers in permanent foster care 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Permanent foster care

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Provision; Numbers in non-permanent foster care 2018 0-18 0 18 Data manager No Past year Fostering in England rolling data collection No

Non-permanent foster care

Households by all placements offered (primary and additional) (figures for whole of England and broken down into Local Authority (LA) and Independent Fostering Agency (IFA) placements)

FIE
Receipt; Contribution to user charges 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

How much do you contribute in user charges for your Personal Budget? Is that amount per week or per month?

RECORD AMOUNT £:
1 Per week
2 Per month

HSE
Receipt; Topping up personal budget 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

“In addition to your user charges,”] do you pay to top up your Personal Budget at all? This might be to pay for a more expensive option than the council has allowed for, or to pay for more care than the council suggested.

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; Topping up personal budget - amount 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

How much do you pay per week or per month to top up your Personal Budget?
Is that amount per week or per month?

RECORD AMOUNT £:
1 Per week
2 Per month

HSE
Receipt; Care paid for by local authority 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Do you receive any care paid for by the council or the Local Authority?

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; How much local authority pays for care 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Do you know how much the local authority pays for your care, per week or per month?

RECORD AMOUNT £:
OR RECORD: Don’t know

1 Per week
2 Per month

HSE
Receipt; Paying for care privately - ADLs/IADLs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Thinking about the things listed on this card, [ [{IF LACare=1} “Apart from any care paid for by the local authority,] Do you pay for any care privately at the moment?

CARD DESCRIPTION
Include care for things such as:
• Getting in and out of bed on your own
• Washing your face and hands
• Having a bath or a shower, including getting in and out of the bath or shower
• Dressing or undressing, including putting on shoes and socks
• Using the toilet
• Eating, including cutting up food
• Taking the right amount of medicine at the right times
• Getting around indoors
• Getting up and down stairs
• Getting out of the house
• Shopping for food
• Doing routine housework or laundry
• Doing paperwork or paying bills

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; Paying for private care - how much 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

How much do you pay for the care you purchase privately?

Is that amount per week or per month?

RECORD AMOUNT £:
1 Per week
2 Per month

HSE
Receipt; Who provides care and no. of hours 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Now I’d like to ask you about all the hours of unpaid care that you receive from the people on this card.

1 Husband / Wife / Partner
2 Son (incl. stepson, adopted son or son-in-law
3 Daughter (incl. stepdaughter, adopted daughter or daughter-in-law)
4 Grandchild (incl. great-grandchild)
5 Brother / Sister (incl. step / adopted / in-laws)
6 Niece / Nephew
7 Mother or Father (incl. mother-in-law or father-in-law)
8 Other family member
9 Friend
10 Neighbour
11 None of the above

First of all, I’d like you to think about anyone who lives here with you. In a typical week, how many hours of unpaid care do you receive from others living here?

RECORD NO. OF HOURS. ‘IF NONE, ENTER ‘0’

HSE
Receipt; Hours of care from non-household member 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

And in a typical week, how many hours of unpaid care do you receive from people who do not live in the same household as you?

RECORD NO. OF HOURS. ‘IF NONE, ENTER ‘0’

HSE
Receipt; Meals provided 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

In the last month, have you regularly had your main meals provided for you? EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: Provided by someone who is not living here with you? INTERVIEWER: Don’t count meals eaten elsewhere.

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; Who provided meals 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Who provided your meals?
INTERVIEWER EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: Meals on Wheels may be provided by the council or another organization

1 Meals on Wheels
2 Private frozen meal provider such as Wiltshire farm foods
3 Family/friend/neighbour brought me ready prepared meals
4 Other
5 None of these

HSE
Receipt; Attending lunch club 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

In the last month did you attend a lunch club run by the council or a voluntary body?

1 Used in the last month
2 Not used in the last month

HSE
Receipt; Attending day centre 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

And in the last month did you attend a Day Centre? Please include groups or classes run by a day centre but not necessarily held at the day centre building.

1 Used in the last month
2 Not used in the last month

HSE
Receipt; Disability Living Allowance– care component 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Can I just check, do you or any of your household receive any of these listed on this card? Please only think about people aged 16+ in your household. Just tell me the number beside the rows that best appl

1 Attendance Allowance
2 Disability Living Allowance– care component
3 Disability Living Allowance – mobility component
4 Personal Independence Payment – daily living component
5 Personal Independence Payment – mobility component
6 None of these

HSE
Need; Ability to complete ADLs & IADLs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

SHOW CARD C1
Thinking about getting in and out of bed on your own, please look at this card and tell me the option which best applies to you? Just tell me the number beside the row that best applies. INTERVIEWER: Do not include help from special aids or equipment such as wheelchairs or stair lifts.

Still looking at Showcard C1, what about…
(B) washing your face and hands
(C) having a bath or a shower, including getting in and out of the bath or shower
(D) dressing or undressing, including putting on shoes and socks
(E) using the toilet
(F) eating, including cutting up food
(G) taking the right amount medicine at the right times
(H) getting around indoors
(I) getting up and down stairs
(J) getting out of the house, for example to go to the doctors or visit a friend
(K) shopping for food including getting to the shops, choosing the items, carrying the items home and then unpacking and putting the items away
(L) doing routine housework or laundry
(M) doing paperwork or paying bills

Response scale for all ADLs/IADLs listed:
1 I can do this without help from anyone
2 I have difficulty doing this but manage on my own
3 I can only do this with help from someone
4 I cannot do this

HSE
Receipt; Help with ADLs & IADLs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Do you receive this help with because of long standing physical or mental ill- health, a disability or problems relating to old age?

1 Yes for some or all
2 No, none of this help is because long standing physical or mental ill-health, disability or
problems relating to old age

HSE
Receipt; Who helped with ADLs/IADLs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

In the last month, who has helped you with (insert list of tasks in group)?
First, please tell me about all of the people from this list who have helped you? Please only think about help received because of long-term physical or mental ill-health, disability or problems relating to old age.

1 Husband/Wife/Partner
2 Son (including step son, adopted son or son in law)
3 Daughter (including step daughter, adopted daughter or daughter in law)
4 Grandchild (including Great Grandchildren)
5 Brother / Sister (including step / adopted / in laws)
6 Niece / Nephew
7 Mother /father (including mother-in-law/ father-in-law)
8 Other family member
9 Friend
10 Neighbour
11 None of the above

HSE
Receipt; Services which helped with ADLs/IADLs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Now, please tell me about all of the people from this list who have helped you with (insert list of tasks in group) in the last month?

Who was the other person that helped you?

Part 1:
1 Home care worker /home help/personal assistant
2 A member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team
3 Occupational Therapist / Physiotherapist
4 Voluntary helper
5 Warden / Sheltered housing manager
6 Cleaner
7 Council’s handyman
8 Other (please specify)
9 None of the above

Part 2:
Text: Maximum 100 characters

HSE
Receipt; Carer in household or not 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

You’ve told me that your helped you. Can I just check, does this person live in this household?

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; Sex of carer 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

INTERVIEWER CODE OR ASK SEX OF PERSON WHO HELPS

1 Male
2 Female

HSE
Receipt; How many carers 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

You have told me that a home care worker/home help/personal assistant helped you in the last month. Do you have just one person helping you, or do you have more than one?

1 One
2 More than one

HSE
Receipt; What carers help with 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Do they all help with the same kinds of things, or do you have different people helping with different things?

1 All help with same kind of things
2 Different people help with different things

HSE
Receipt; What carers help with 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

I’d like you to think about the home care workers, home helps or personal assistants who help with different things, so that I can ask you about each of them later. Thinking of the first home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant, what sort of thing do they help you with?

1 Getting up in the morning
2 Going to bed
3 Washing/ bathing/personal care
4 Meals/ eating
5 Getting out of the house/shopping
6 Cleaning/ laundry
7 Other

HSE
Receipt; What carer 2 helps with 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Thinking of the second home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant, what sort of thing do they help you with?

1 Getting up in the morning
2 Going to bed
3 Washing/ bathing/personal care
4 Meals/ eating
5 Getting out of the house/shopping
6 Cleaning/ laundry
7 Other

HSE
Receipt; Additional carers 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Are there any more home care workers, home helps or personal assistants who help you with different kinds of things?

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; What carer 3 helps with 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Thinking of the third home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant, what sort of thing do they help you with? CODE MAIN TASK

1 Getting up in the morning
2 Going to bed
3 Washing/ bathing/personal care
4 Meals/ eating
5 Getting out of the house/shopping
6 Cleaning/ laundry
7 Other

HSE
Receipt; Amount of hours of care received 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past week Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Thinking about , in the last week how many hours have they helped you in person with these kinds of tasks?
(If person who cares for respondent lives in the household)
Please only think about the hours they were helping you with these kinds of tasks and not about the time they were around in the house or there to help you if you needed it]
[Add in alternate years] IF MORE THAN ONE PERSON IN CATEGORY (EG 2 DAUGHTERS), ASK ABOUT THE ONE THAT HELPS FOR THE MOST HOURS

INTERVIEWER EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: not help over the phone or by internet or doing occasional errands or odd jobs without the respondent

1 No help in the last week
2 Less than one hour
3 1-4 hours
4 5-9 hours
5 10-19 hours
6 20-34 hours
7 35-49 hours
8 50-99 hours
9 100 hours or more

HSE
Receipt; Amount of hours of care received 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

How many hours does help you in a usual week?

1 Less than one hour
2 1-4 hours
3 5-9 hours
4 10-19 hours
5 20-34 hours
6 35-49 hours
7 50-99 hours
8 100 hours or more

HSE
Receipt; Amount of hours of care received 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past week Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Can you tell me whether in the last week your helped you in person with these tasks for:…

1 Less than 20 hours
2 20-34 hours
3 Or for 35 hours or more?

HSE
Receipt; How long care been received 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

How long have you been receiving any of the kinds of help we have been talking about? Would you say it is for less than a year, or one year or more?

1 Less than one year
2 One year or more

HSE
Receipt; Council assessment of care needs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past year Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Has the council or local authority made an assessment or review of your care needs in the last 12 months?

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; Receipt of personal budget 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

This card describes a personal budget that your local authority may have allocated for you. Have you been given one of these?

Personal budget – When the local authority finds that you are eligible for support for your social care needs, your personal budget is the amount they calculate is needed to meet these. This might cover the full cost of your social care or part of it.

1 Yes
2 No

HSE
Receipt; Value of personal budget 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

What is the value of your [Personal budget] per week or per month?

RECORD AMOUNT £:
1 Per week
2 Per month

HSE
Receipt; Direct payment of personal budget 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Health Survey for England, 2021 No

Are you taking any of your Personal Budget as a Direct Payment? IF YES, PROBE: Is that all or your Personal Budget or part of it?

CARD DESCRIPTION
Direct Payments where the council gives you a payment to meet some or all of your social care needs. You can then choose how to spend the money. (This should not be confused with benefits paid directly into a bank account which may also be called direct payments.)

1 Yes, all of personal budget as a Direct Payment
2 Yes, part of personal budget as Direct Payment
3 No, none of personal budget as direct payment
4 SPONTANEOUS: Not being paid my personal budget yet.

HSE
Receipt; Children in local authority care 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Current Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

ASK IF HAVE BIOLOGICAL CHILDREN NOT CURRENTLY LIVING WITH COHORT MEMBER:
Who does {DCHILDNAM} live with now?

1. With other biological parent
2. With step parent
3. With adoptive parents
4. With other relatives
5. In local authority care
6. In foster care
7. In a hostel
8. Other
9. {IF CAPI/CATI: “SPONTANEOUS:”} Child has died

LSYPE 
Provision;Receipt; Giving or receiving care from family 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Current Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

What is the main reason why you currently live in the same household as your {IF FF_H_REL=9-12 or
RELTOKEY=1-4 or NHRELTOKEY=1-4 parent(s)
IF_HH_REL=13 OR NHRELTOKEY=5: parent(s)-in-law}?

1. You would like to move into your own home but you cannot afford to
2. You do not wish to move into own home at the moment
3. Your parent(s) require(s) care
4. You require care
5. Another reason (please describe)

LSYPE 
Provision; Leaving employment to care 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Current Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

What was the main reason you stopped that period of {DACTIVITY4} {IF DACTIVITY4 = 1, 2,11,12:
“with that employer”}?

1. My fixed term or temporary job ended
2. My contract changed (e.g. hours, job position)
3. I was made redundant
4. I was dismissed from a job
5. {IF FF_CMSEX =2} I left because I was pregnant
6. I left for health reasons
7. I left to care for family members
8. The firm closed down
9. I just decided to leave
10. For some other reason

LSYPE 
Provision; Unemployed to care 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Current Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

Thinking about your current period of unemployment, how did you come to be unemployed?

1. I had a fixed term or temporary job that ended
2. I was made redundant
3. I was dismissed from a job
4. {IF FF_CMSEX=2} I left because I was pregnant
5. I left the job for health reasons
6. I left work to care for family members
7. The firm closed down or business failed
8. I just decided to leave
9. I have never worked
10. For some other reason

LSYPE 
Receipt; Time spent in care 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Entire life Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

How much time did you spend {IF CHACE a=1: ‘in a children’s home’}{IF CHACE b=1: ‘in a foster family’}{IF CHACE c=1: ‘being looked after by your grandparents’}{IF CHACE g=1: ‘being homeless’} up to and including age 16?

1 Under three months
2 Three months, less than 6 months
3 Six months, less than 1 year
3 1 year, less than 2 years
4 2 years, less than 5 years
5 5 years, less than 10 years
6 10 years or more
Don’t know/ Can’t remember

LSYPE 
Provision; Not seeking work due to caring role 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Current Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

There are many reasons why people may choose not to look for work. What is the main reason that you are not looking for work?

1. Lack of relevant qualifications
2. Lack of work experience
3. No jobs available that I am prepared to do
4. I don’t know how to look for work
5. Travelling to work is difficult
6. No jobs available with the right hours
7. I am in full-time education {IF in full-time education: ECONACT2=6}
8. I am on a training course
9. My family would lose benefits if I was earning
10. I am caring for an elderly or ill relative or friend
11. A health condition or disability prevents me
12. I prefer not to work
13. I prefer to be at home with the family rather than working
14. I prefer to look after my children myself {IF has children: DEPCHILD=1}
15. I cannot earn enough to pay for childcare {IF has children: DEPCHILD=1}
16. I cannot find suitable childcare {IF has children: DEPCHILD=1}
17. My child has a health condition or disability {IF has children: DEPCHILD=1}
18. I have a new baby {IF has children: DEPCHILD=1}

LSYPE 
Need; Illness affecting ADLs IADLs 2022 31-33 31 33 Participant No Current Next Steps Age 32 Sweep No

Do any of your conditions or illnesses reduce your ability to carry out day-to-day activities?

Day-to-day activities include things like washing and dressing yourself, household cleaning, cooking, travelling, shopping for essentials, walking, climbing stairs, remembering to pay bills, lifting objects, moderate manual tasks, gardening or gripping objects like cutlery and hearing or speaking in a noisy room.

1. Yes, a lot
2. Yes, a little
3. Not at all

LSYPE 
Provision; Providing care to others 2022 6-16 6 16 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

Does {if NickNameP=RESPONSE: “NicknameP”, else:”first_name”}”} look after, or give any regular help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either long-term physical ill-health, mental ill-health, disability; or problems related to old age?”

Yes
No

MHCYPS
Provision; Hours spent caring 2022 6-16 6 16 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

“How many hours a week, on average, does {first_name} spend doing this?”

1. Less than one hour
2. 1-4 hours
3. 5-9 hours
4. 10-19 hours
5. 20-34 hours
6. 35-49 hours
7. 50 hours or more

MHCYPS
Provision; Hours spent caring 2022 6-16 6 16 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

“Apart from anything you do as part of paid employment, do you look after, or give any regular help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either long-term physical ill-health, mental ill-health, disability; or problems related to old age?”

“How many hours a week, on average, do you spend doing this?””

Part 1:
1. Yes
2. No

Part 2:
1. Less than one hour
2. 1-4 hours
3. 5-9 hours
4. 10-19 hours
5. 20-34 hours
6. 35-49 hours
7. 50 hours or more

MHCYPS
Provision; Receipt of carer's allowance 2022 6-16 6 16 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

Which, if any, of the following types of payments are you {If CRLIVEPA [LAST ITERATION]=1: “or your partner”} currently receiving?

1. Jobseeker’s Allowance
2. Income Support
3. Sickness, disability or incapacity benefits (including Employment Support
Allowance)
4. Pension – including private pensions, State Retirement Pension or pension credit (including
guarantee credit, savings credit or housing credit).
5. Child Benefit
6. Tax credits – such as the Working Tax Credit, Disabled Person Tax Credit or Child Tax Credit
7. Any other family related benefit or payment
8. Housing Benefit – including direct payments to your landlord or Council Tax Reduction or
relief
9. Carer’s Allowance

MHCYPS
Receipt; Amount paid for care home 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past two years Wave 10 main No

In total, roughly how much did you have to pay for nursing or residential care home fees [in the last two years/since last interview]? Do not include costs that were paid by │the NHS, your local authority or social services, but do include costs that were paid for on your behalf by friends or family, or by private insurance.

Costs in £

ELSA
Receipt; Use of additional care services 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past three months Wave 10 main No

[^Have/Has] [^you/name] used any of the services listed on this card in the last three months?

01 Occupational therapist or physiotherapist
02 Chiropodist or podiatrist
03 Exercise classes including yoga, Pilates, gym
04 GP
05 Dentist
06 Routine healthcare checks
07 Community nurse
08 Counselling for depression or anxiety
09 Personal care
95 Other [please specify]
96 None of these

ELSA
Receipt; Delivered meal receipt 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

In the last month [^have/has] [^you/name]…

01 Attended a lunch club
02 Attended a day care centre
03 Had meals on wheels
04 Had private frozen meals from a provider such as Wiltshire farm foods
05 Had family, friend or neighbour bring [^you/him/her] ready prepared meals
96 None of these

ELSA
Receipt; Lunch club attendance 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How often [^do/does] [^you/[^Name]] attend a lunch club?

01 Every day or nearly every day
02 Two or three times a week
03 Once a week
04 Two or three times a month
05 Once a month or less

ELSA
Receipt; Day centre attendance 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How often [^do/does] [^you/name] attend a day care centre?

01 Every day or nearly every day
02 Two or three times a week
03 Once a week
04 Two or three times a month
05 Once a month or less

ELSA
Receipt; Hours spent at day centre 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Each time that [^you/name] [^have/has] attended the day centre, including attending classes or groups run by the day centre in the last month about how many hours did [^you/he/she] usually spend there? Was it…

1-3 hours
4-6 hours, or
more than 6 hours

ELSA
Receipt; How often meals on wheels used 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How often [^do/does] [^you/name] eat a meal provided by Meals on Wheels?

01 Every day or nearly every day
02 Two or three times a week
03 Once a week
04 Two or three times a month
05 Once a month or less

ELSA
Receipt; Use of council handyman 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past three months Wave 10 main No

In the last three months, [^have/has] [^you/name] used or received the Local Authority/council’s Handy man’s service? This is usually a free service sometimes arranged through Age Concern or Help the Aged.

01 Yes
02 No

ELSA
Receipt; Use of assistive equipment 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

[^Do you / Does [^name]] use any of these?
Only include personal alarms used to call for assistance after falls etc.

01 A cane or walking stick
02 A zimmer frame or walker
03 A manual wheelchair
04 An electric wheelchair
05 A buggy or scooter
06 Special eating utensils
07 A personal alarm
08 Elbow crutches
96 None of these

ELSA
Receipt; Use of assistive equipment 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

You mentioned that [^you/name] [^have/has] the aids listed below:
[^ cane or walking stick/ zimmer frame or walker/ manual wheelchair/ electric wheelchair/ buggy or scooter/ personal alarm/ elbow crutches >]. Can I check, did [^you/he/she] get any of these aids since [^]?

01 Yes
02 No

ELSA
Receipt; Replacement of assistive equipment 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Can I check, did [^you/name] get [^this/these] [^cane or walking stick/ zimmer frame or walker/ manual wheelchair/ electric wheelchair/ buggy or scooter/ personal alarm/ elbow crutches] since [^] INTERVIEWER: Please include any replacements.

01 Yes
02 No

ELSA
Receipt; Assistive equipment - who paid 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Who paid for the [^cane or walking stick/ zimmer frame or walker/ manual wheelchair/ electric wheelchair/ buggy or scooter/ personal alarm/ elbow crutches]?

Health Service (NHS)
Social Services
[^You/Name] or [^your/his/her spouse/partner]
or someone else (please specify)?

ELSA
Receipt; Assistive equipment - who paid 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Can I just check that [^the NHS/Social Services/ you/ your spouse or partner] covered all the costs of the [^cane or walking stick/ zimmer frame or walker/ manual wheelchair/ electric wheelchair/ buggy or scooter/ personal alarm/ elbow crutches]?

1 Yes covered all costs
2 No

ELSA
Provision; Providing unpaid care to others 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past year Wave 10 main No

In the last 12 months, that is, since [^date one year ago], have you done any of these things, unpaid, for someone who was not a relative?

1 Keeping in touch with someone who has difficulty getting out and about (visiting in person,
telephoning or emailing)
2 Doing shopping, collecting pension or paying bills
3 Cooking, cleaning, laundry, gardening or other routine household jobs
4 Decorating or doing any kind of home or car repairs
5 Babysitting or caring for children
6 Sitting with or providing personal care (washing, dressing) for someone who is sick or
frail
7 Looking after a property or a pet for someone who is away
8 Writing letters or filling in forms
9 Representing someone (for example talking to a council department, or to a doctor) 10 Transporting or escorting someone (for example to a hospital or to an outing)

ELSA
Receipt; Hours of care received 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past week Wave 10 main No

Can you tell me whether in the last week [^your/his/her] [^husband/wife/partner/son/other son/daughter/other daughter/grandchild/other grandchild/sister/other sister/brother/other brother/ other relative/ friend/ other friend/ neighbour/other neighbour/the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of
staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] helped [^you/[^name] with these tasks for:

Less than 20 hours,
in person
20-34 hours,
Or, for 35 hours or more?

ELSA
Receipt; Regularity of care received 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Still thinking only about help received in person, how often does [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/the other helper] usually help [^you/[^name]]?

01 Every day
02 Four to six times a week
03 Two or three times a week
04 Once a week
05 Once a fortnight/ every two weeks
06 Once a month
07 Less than once a month

ELSA
Receipt; Regularity of care received 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

On the days [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] helps [^you/[^name]], how many times a day does he/she usually help [^you/[^name]]?

01 once a day
02 twice a day
03 three or four times a day
04 all the time
05 whenever I need it?

ELSA
Receipt; Time of day care received 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Still thinking about help received in person, when does [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] help [^you/[^name]]?

01 During the day time only, until [^you/[^name]] [^go/goes] to bed,
02 During the night time only, once [^you/[^name]] [^have/has] gone to bed,
03 Or both during the day time and at night after [^you/[^name]][^have/has] gone to bed?

ELSA
Receipt; Who manages care payments 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

[^Do/Does] [^you/[^name]] usually deal with paying for [^your/his/her] care or does a family member or friend manage this for [^you/[^name]]?

01 Deals with this all [^your/him/herself]
02 Deals with some of it but not all
03 Does not deal with this at all

ELSA
Receipt; Care - direct payments or managed by LA 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Local authorities/council/social services offer different ways of arranging payment for people’s care. This card describes some of these ways. Please look at the card and tell me whether either of these apply for the care [^you/[^name]] receive(s)?

01 Direct payments
02 Local authority/council/social services manages the money
03 Neither of these

ELSA
Receipt; Whether participant has personal budget 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

[^Do/Does] [^you/[^name]] have a Personal Budget, sometimes known as an Individual Budget? This is when the local authority/ council/social services decides the amount or pot of money necessary to meet social care needs. [^You/He/She] can choose how to spend this money which can be used for a range of services, not just social care.

01 Yes, have Personal Budget/Individual budget
02 No, do not have Personal Budget/ Individual Budget

ELSA
Receipt; Whether participant had income assessment 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Has the local authority/council made an assessment of what [^you/[^name]] can afford for any of [^your/his/her] care needs? This is sometimes called an income assessment or means testing. INTERVIEWER: EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: This might have been when the local │authority/council was organising care services or arranging a Direct Payment for [^your/his/her] care.

01 Yes, had income assessment
02 No

ELSA
Receipt; How help was arranged 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How was the help from [[^BLANK/your/his/her] [^home care worker/ home help/personal assistant/ member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/ voluntary helper/ warden / sheltered housing manager/ cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff from the care/nursing home/other helper] arranged? Please look at this card and tell me which option applies.

01 Arranged without involvement from the local authority, council or social services,
02 Local authority, council or social services arranged this help,
03 Local authority, council or social services told [^you/him/her] about the help but [^you/he/she] arranged it or [^your/his/her] family arranged it
04 Other

ELSA
Receipt; Who pays for care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

[^Do/Does] [^you/[^name]] [^your/his/her partner] pay or give any money for the help given by [^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper]? Please include any payments made for this care, even if not made directly to the care provider.

^Do not include gifts, treats or occasional payments of expenses such as petrol money or lunch (informal providers only).

01 Yes,
02 No,
03 Don’t know

ELSA
Receipt; How much paid for care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How much money [^do/does] [^you/[^name]] [^your/his/her partner] pay for the help given by [^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home
care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper]. Please include any payments made for this care, even if not made directly to the care provider?

Amount and then…
01 per hour
02 per visit
03 per day
04 per week
05 per fortnight
06 per four weeks
07 per calendar month
08 per year

ELSA
Receipt; Do payments cover all of care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

You said [^you/[^Name]] pay(s) [^amount] [^per hour/per visit/per day/per week/per fortnight/ per four weeks/per calendar month/ per year] for the care provided by [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper]?
Does this payment cover all the cost of this help or some of the cost of this help? INTERVIEWER: EXPLAIN IF NECESSARY: the payment for [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper].

01 All
02 Some

ELSA
Receipt; Source of payments for care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How [^do/does] [^you/name] usually pay or give money to [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] for helping [^you/him/her]?

01 Own personal income, savings, pension or benefit (such as Attendance Allowance),
02 Direct Payment/ Personal or Individual Budget from the Local Authority/ council/ Social Services,
03 From another source

ELSA
Receipt; Source of payments for care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

And [^in addition to what] [^you/[name]] pay(s)), as far as you are aware does anyone else or any organisation pay or give money to [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] ^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] for the care [^you/he/she] receive(s) – for example the council or a family member? Do not count any benefits such as Carers Allowance or Attendance Allowance.

01 Yes, the local authority /council /social services,
02 Yes, a family member (with their own money),
03 Yes, other,
04 No, nobody else pays

ELSA
Receipt; How council payments made 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

And does the local authority, council or social services pay [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other /other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] directly or is it through a Direct Payment or a Personal Budget?

01 Local authority / social services or council pay directly,
02 Paid through Direct Payments / Personal or Individual Budgets

ELSA
Receipt; How much money used from council 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

How much money is [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ /other / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] paid from the direct payment or personal budget for helping [^you/[name]]?

01 Per hour,
02 Per visit,
03 Per day,
04 Per week,
05 Per fortnight,
06 Per four weeks,
07 Per calendar month,
08 Per year

ELSA
Receipt; Why no payment made for care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

You have told me that no payment was made for [[^BLANK/your/his/her/] [^husband/wife/partner/ son/other son/daughter/other grandchild /sister/other sister/ brother/other brother / other /friend/ other friend/neighbour/other neighbour/ the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] helping [^you/[name]]. Why was this?

01 They provided their help for free/ there is no charge for the service,
02 Sometimes give them money or gifts for the help they give,
03 Other

ELSA
Receipt; Staying and/or living in care home 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

[^During the last two years/since your last interview] have you lived or stayed in a nursing home or residential care home?

01 Yes
02 No

ELSA
Receipt; Time spent in care home 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

[^Altogether/] how long did you stay in a nursing home or residential care home [^in the last two years/since last interview]? You can tell me your answer in days/nights, weeks or months.

01 Days/nights
02 Weeks
03 Months

ELSA
Receipt; Date started current stay in care home 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

When did you start your current stay in this home?

Enter year and month

ELSA
Provision; Providing care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past day Wave 10 Self-completion No

For the next set of questions, please think about the things you did yesterday and how you spent your time. For example, if you spent one and a half hours, write 1 in the hours box and 30 in the minutes boxes. If you spent only half an hour, write 0 in the hour box and 30 in the minute boxes.
How much time did you spend yesterday doing the following things?

Looking after someone – e.g. a sick or disabled relative, a grandchild, or someone else?

Hours/minutes
I did not do this yesterday

ELSA
Receipt; Receipt of carer's allowance 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 Self-completion No

Which of these health or disability benefits [^are you / is [^name]] receiving at the moment?

One response option of the list is:
10 Carer’s Allowance

ELSA
Receipt; Help with ADLs & IADLs 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

I have just asked about difficulties [^you/[^name]] may have with some activities. I’d │now like to ask about any help [^you/[^name]] [^have/has] received in the last month, │even if [^you/[^name]] [ ^do/does] not usually need any help.
│Please only think about help [^you/[^name]] [^have/has] received because of a physical, mental, emotional or memory problem.

[^Have/Has] [^you/[^name]] received help from anyone with walking 100 yards, in the │last month?

What about climbing several flights of stairs without resting?

What about dressing, including putting on shoes and socks?

What about walking across a room?

What about bathing or showering?

What about eating, such as cutting up food?

What about getting in or out of bed?

What about using the toilet, including getting up or down?

What about shopping for groceries?

What about taking medications?

What about doing work around the house or garden?

What about managing money, such as paying bills and keeping track of expenses?

Response scale for all data items:
Yes
No

ELSA
Receipt; No. of activities helped with 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

Number of activities respondent has received help within the last month excluding j l m [response options] (shopping, housework, managing money)

Numerical value

ELSA
Receipt; Reason help needed 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

[^Do/Does] [^you/[^name]] receive this help with [^shopping for groceries/doing work around the house or garden/managing money] because of a physical, mental, emotional or memory problem?:

01 Yes for some or all
02 No, none of this help is because of a physical, mental, emotional or memory problem

ELSA
Receipt; Who helps 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

In the last month, who has helped [^you/[^name]] with [^BLANK/ walking 100 yards/climbing stairs/walking across a room/getting in or out of bed/ using the toilet/dressing/ bathing or showering/eating/ shopping for groceries/doing work around the house or garden/taking medications/managing money]? First, please tell me about all of the people from this list who have helped [^you/[^name]].
Please only think about help received because of a physical, mental, emotional or memory problem.

01 Husband/Wife/Partner
02 Son (including step son, adopted son or son in law)
03 Daughter (including step daughter, adopted daughter or daughter in law)
04 Grandchild (including Great Grandchildren)
05 Sister (including step sister, adopted sister or sister in law)
06 Brother (including step brother, adopted brother or brother in law)
07 Other relative
08 Friend
09 Neighbour
96 None of these

ELSA
Receipt; Help from professional services 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

Now, please tell me about all of the people from this list who have helped [^you/[^name]] with [^BLANK/ walking 100 yards/climbing stairs/walking across a room/getting in or out of bed/ using the toilet/ dressing/ bathing or showering/eating/shopping for groceries/doing work around the house or garden/taking medications/managing money] in the last month?INTERVIEWER: PROBE – ‘Does anyone else help with these activities?’

01 Home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant
02 A member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team
03 Voluntary helper
04 Warden / Sheltered housing manager
05 Cleaner
06 Council’s handyman
07 Member of staff at the care/nursing home
95 Other – please specify
96 None of these

ELSA
Receipt; Care other than from family/friends 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past two years Wave 10 main No

In the last two years [^have/has] [^you/[^name]] received care at home that was not provided by family or friends?

Yes
No

ELSA
Receipt; Payment for care 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past two years Wave 10 main No

In the last two years [^have/has] [^you/[^name]] had to pay for care received at home that was not provided by family or friends?

Yes
No

ELSA
Receipt; Does help meet needs 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Thinking about all the help [^you/he/she] receive(s), would you say that the help [^you/he/she] receive(s)…

01 …Meets [^your/his/her] needs all the time
02 usually meets [^your/his/her] needs,
03 sometimes meets [^your/his/her] needs
04 or, hardly ever meets [^your/his/her] needs?

ELSA
Receipt; Carer living in same household 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

You have told me that [^your/his/her] [^husband /wife /partner /son /other son/daughter /other daughter /grandchild /other grandchild /sister /other sister /brother/other brother /other relative/ friend/ other friend] helped [^you/[^name]]. Can I just check, does this person live in the same household as [^you/[^name]]?

Yes
No

ELSA
Receipt; Identifying carer 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Please enter person number of the person who helps [^you/[^name]]?

Household Member 01 to 16 [previously identified]

ELSA
Receipt; Sex of carer 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

INTERVIEWER: CODE OR ASK SEX OF PERSON WHO HELPS

01 Male
02 Female

ELSA
Receipt; Additional carers 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Did another [^son/ daughter/ grandchild/ sister/ brother/ other relative/ friend/neighbour] help [^you/ [^name]]?

Yes
No

ELSA
Receipt; Additional carers 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month Wave 10 main No

You have told me that a home care worker/home help/personal assistant helped │[^you/ [^name]] in the last month. [^Do/Does] [^you/ [^name]] have just one person helping [^you /him /her], or [^do/does] [^you/ [^name]] have more than one?

01 One,
02 More than one

ELSA
Receipt; Tasks multiple carers help with 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Do they [carers] all help with the same kinds of things, or [^do/does] [^you/[^name]] have different people helping with different things?

01 All help with same kind of things,
02 Different people help with different things

ELSA
Receipt; Tasks multiple carers help with 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

I’d like you to think about the home care workers, home helps or personal assistants who help with different things, so that I can ask you about each of them later. ^EVERY OTHER TIME IN THE LOOP: BLANK] Thinking of the [^first/second/third] home care worker / home help / personal assistant, what sort of things do they help [^you/[^name]] with?

01 Getting up in the morning,
02 Going to bed,
03 Washing/ bathing/ personal care,
04 Meals/ eating,
05 Getting out of the house/ shopping,
06 Cleaning/ laundry,
07 Other

ELSA
Receipt; Additional carers 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current Wave 10 main No

Are there any more home care workers, home helps or personal assistants who help [^you/[^name]] with different kinds of things?

01 Yes
02 No

ELSA
Receipt; Hours of care received 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past week Wave 10 main No

Thinking about [^the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] in the last week how many hours have they helped [^you/[^name]] in person with these kinds of tasks?

Do not include occasional errands/odd jobs without the respondent such as picking up glasses or returning library books

Number of hours

ELSA
Receipt; Hours of care received 2021 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past week Wave 10 main No

Thinking about [^your/his/her] [^husband/wife/partner/son/other son/daughter/other daughter/grandchild/other grandchild/sister/other sister/brother/other brother/ other relative/ friend/ other friend/ neighbour/other neighbour/the home care worker/ home help/ personal assistant/ the member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team/the voluntary helper/the warden / sheltered housing manager/the cleaner/the ││council’s handyman/the member of staff at the care/nursing home/ the other helper] in the last week how many hours have they helped [^you/[^name]] in person with these kinds of tasks?
[^BLANK/Please only think about the hours they were helping [^you/[^name]] with these kinds of tasks and not about the time they were around in the house or there to help [^you/[^name]] if [^you/he/she] needed it.

Do not include occasional errands/odd jobs without the respondent such as picking up glasses or returning library books

No help in the last week,
Less than one hour,
1-4 hours,
5-9 hours,
10-19 hours,
20-34 hours,
35-49 hours,
50-99 hours,
100 hours or more

ELSA
Provision; Caring preventing education 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How often do you have to miss school {if EDUCATIONALASPIRATIONS.EDTYPE = 1} / sixth form college {if EDUCATIONALASPIRATIONS.EDTYPE = 2} / further education college {if EDUCATIONALASPIRATIONS.EDTYPE = 3} to look after
[NAME(S)] ?

Never
Once a week or more often
Once or twice a month

UKHLS
Provision; Receipt of carer's allowance 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And aside from the types of income we’ve just asked about, are you currently receiving any of these types of payments ,either just yourself or jointly {if hhsize > 1 & (livesp = 1 or livewith = 1)} ? Please select all the answers that apply to you.

Amongst many other options the response scale lists:
Carer’s Allowance (formerly Invalid Care Allowance)

UKHLS
Provision; Young carer indicator 2021 10-15 10 15 Participant No Current Wave 13 - youth self-completion questionnaire No

Some people your age may have to look after other people. This could be a brother or sister, a relative or someone else who is disabled or sick. Is there anyone like this who lives here with you that you have to look after on a regular basis?

Yes – in this household
No

UKHLS
Provision; Young carer - who look after 2021 10-15 10 15 Participant No Current Wave 13 - youth self-completion questionnaire No

Who do you look after? (cross all that apply)

Mother/Father
Grandfather/mother
Brother/Sister
Another adult relative
Another adult who is not a relative
Another child relative
Another child who is not a relative

UKHLS
Provision; Young carer - hours per week 2021 10-15 10 15 Participant No Current Wave 13 - youth self-completion questionnaire No

About how many hours a week would you say that you usually spend looking after or doing things for them?

Please write in hours

UKHLS
Provision; Young carer - missing school to care 2021 10-15 10 15 Participant No Current Wave 13 - youth self-completion questionnaire No

How often do you have to miss school to do this?

Never
Once a week or more often
Once or twice a month

UKHLS
Receipt; Why no payment made for second provider. 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

You have told me that no payment was made for [SCPayCodeB] helping you. Why was this?

They provided their help for free/there is no charge for the service
Sometimes I give them money or gifts for the help they give me
Other

UKHLS
Receipt; Council assessments 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Has the council or local authority made an assessment or review of your care needs in the last 12 months?

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; Personal budget receipt 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Personal Budget – Where the local authority finds that you are eligible for support for your social care needs, your Personal Budget is the amount they calculate is needed to meet these. This might cover the full cost of your social care or part of it.

This card describes a Personal Budget that your local authority may have allocated for you. Have you been allocated a Personal Budget?

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; Value of personal budget 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

What is the value of your Personal Budget?

What period does that cover?

Amount in £

Per week
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Direct payment methods 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Direct Payments where the council gives you a payment to meet some or all of your social care needs. You can then choose how to spend the money. This should not be confused with benefits such as your state pension or Attendance Allowance paid directly into a bank account.
The council, or someone else, arranges the services paid from your Personal Budget to meet some or all of your social care needs, and you may be able to choose which services to use.
Neither of these

Here are some of the different ways Local Authorities, councils, or social services arrange payment for people’s care. Are you taking any of your Personal Budget as a Direct Payment?

Yes, all of Personal Budget as Direct Payment
Yes, part of Personal Budget as Direct Payment
No, none of Personal Budget as Direct Payment
SPONTANEOUS: Not being paid my Personal Budget yet.

UKHLS
Receipt; Personal contributions to care amount 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much do you contribute in user charges for your Personal Budget? If you do not contribute any user charges, please enter 0.00.

What period does that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per week
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Topping up personal budget 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

In addition to your user charges, do {if (UserChg > 0) & (UserChg <> (MIS|DK|REF))} / Do {if UserChg =0 | UserChg = (MIS|DK|REF)} you pay to top up your Personal Budget at all? This might be to pay for a more expensive option than the council has allowed for, or to pay for more care than the council suggested.

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; Topping up personal budget - how much 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much do you pay to top up your Personal Budget?

What period does that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per week
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Receipt of council funded care 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you receive any care paid for by the council or the local authority?

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; How much council pays for care 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much does the council or local authority pay for your care?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per week
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Paying for care privately 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Apart from any care paid for by the local authority, do {if LACare = 1} / Do {if LACare <> 1} you pay for any care privately at the moment?

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; Paying for care privately - how much 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much do you pay for the care you purchase privately?

What period does that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per week
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Provision; Providing care to household members 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Is there anyone living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly whom you look after or give special help to (for example, a sick, disabled or elderly relative, husband, wife or friend etc)?

Yes
No

UKHLS
Provision; Who participant cares for 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Who do you look after?

Identified care recipient

UKHLS
Provision; Providing care outside of households 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you provide some regular service or help for any sick, disabled or elderly person not living with you?

Yes
No

UKHLS
Provision; How many people care for 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How many people do you care for?

Number of care recipients

UKHLS
Provision; Who cares for - person 1 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Who is the first person that you look after or help? (What is their relationship to you?)

Parent/parent-in-law
Grandparent
Aunt/uncle
Other relative
Friend or neighbour
Client(s) of voluntary organisation
Other

UKHLS
Provision; Who cares for - person 2 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Who is the second person that you look after or help? (What is their relationship to you?)

Parent/parent-in-law
Grandparent
Aunt/uncle
Other relative
Friend or neighbour
Client(s) of voluntary organisation
Other

UKHLS
Provision; Hours spent caring 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Now thinking about everyone who you look after or provide help for, both those living with you and not living with you – in total, how many hours do you spend each week looking after or helping them?

0 – 4 hours per week
5 – 9 hours per week
10 – 19 hours per week
20 – 34 hours per week
35 – 49 hours per week
50 – 99 hours per week
100 or more hours per week/continuous care
Varies under 20 hours
Varies 20 hours or more
Other

UKHLS
Provision; Caring preventing paid work 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Thinking about everyone who lives with you that you look after or provide help for – does this extra work looking after [NAME(S)] prevent you from doing a paid job or as much paid work as you might like to do? Would you say you are…

Unable to work at all
Unable to do as much paid work as you might
Or this doesn’t prevent you from working?

UKHLS
Receipt; Hours of help per week 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past week Wave 13 No

Can you tell me whether in the last week [HelpCode] helped you in person with these tasks for…

Less than 20 hours
20 – 34 hours
or for 35 hours or more?

UKHLS
Receipt; Paying for care 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Now a few questions about paying for the care you receive. Do you usually deal with paying for your care or does a family member or friend manage this for you?

Respondent deals with this all him/herself
Respondent knows about some of it but not all
Respondent does not deal with this at all

UKHLS
Receipt; Arranging payment for care 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Here are some of the different ways Local Authorities, councils, or social services arrange payment for people’s care. Which of these apply to care you receive?

Direct Payments where you get the money to spend on the support you choose
You tell the council how to spend the money
You let the council decide how to spend the money
None of these

UKHLS
Receipt; Council assessments 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Has the local authority or council made an assessment of what you can afford for any of your care needs? This is sometimes called an income assessment or means testing.

Yes, had an income assessment
No

UKHLS
Receipt; How help was arranged 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How was the help from [HelpCode] arranged?

Arranged without involvement from the local authority, council or social service
Local authority, council or social services arranged this help for me
Local authority, council or social services told me about the help but I arranged it myself or my family arranged it for me.
Other

UKHLS
Receipt; Payments for help given. 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you or your spouse {if HHGRID.LiveSp = 1} / or your partner {if HHGRID.LiveWith = 1} pay or give any money for the help given by [SCPayCodeA] ? Please include any payments made for this care, even if not made directly to the care provider.

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; Amount of money paid for help 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much money do you or your spouse {if HHGRID.LiveSp = 1} / or your partner {if HHGRID.LiveWith = 1} pay for the help given by [SCPayCodeA] ? Please include any payments made for this care, even if not made directly to the care provider.

And, what period did that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per hour
Per visit
Per day
Per week
Per fortnight
Per four weeks
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Propertion of help payments cover 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Does this payment cover all the cost of this help or some of the cost of this help?

All
Some

UKHLS
Receipt; How payment for help is financed 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How do you usually pay or give money for the care provided by [SCPayCodeA] for helping you?

My own personal income, savings, pension or benefit (such as Attendance Allowance)
My Direct Payment or Personal or Individual Budget from the Local Authority, Council or Social Services
From another source

UKHLS
Receipt; Other organsations financing care 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And in addition to what you pay, as {if AnyPayA = 1} / As {if AnyPayA = 2|DK|REF} far as you are aware does anyone else or any organisations pay or give money to [SCPayCodeA] for the care you receive – for example the council or a family member? Please do not count any benefits such as Carers Allowance or Attendance Allowance.

Yes, the council, local authority, or social services
Yes, a family member with their own money
Yes, other
No, nobody else pays

UKHLS
Receipt; Direct payments or personal budgets 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And does the local authority, council or social services pay [SCPayCodeA] directly or is it through your Direct Payment or a Personal Budget?

Social services or council pay directly
Paid through Direct Payments, or Personal or Individual Budgets

UKHLS
Receipt; Direct payments or personal budgets - amount 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much money is [SCPayCodeA] paid from the direct payment or personal budget for helping you?

And what period did that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per hour
Per visit
Per day
Per week
Per fortnight
Per four weeks
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Why no payment made for help 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

You have told me that no payment was made for [SCPayCodeA] helping you. Why was this?

They provided their help for free/there is no charge for the service
Sometimes I give them money or gifts for the help they give me
Other

UKHLS
Receipt; Payment for care by second provider. 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you or your spouse {if HHGRID.LiveSp = 1} / or your partner {if HHGRID.LiveWith = 1} pay or give any money for the help given by [SCPayCodeB] ? Please include any payments made for this care, even if not made directly to the care provider.

Yes
No

UKHLS
Receipt; Amount paid for second care provider 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much money do you or your spouse {if HHGRID.LiveSp = 1} / or your partner {if HHGRID.LiveWith = 1} pay for the help given by [SCPayCodeB] ? Please include any payments made for this care, even if not made directly to the care provider.

And, what period did that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per hour
Per visit
Per day
Per week
Per fortnight
Per four weeks
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; Propertion of help payments cover 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Does this payment cover all the cost of this help or some of the cost of this help?

All
Some

UKHLS
Receipt; How payment conducted for second provider 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How do you usually pay or give money for the care provided by [SCPayCodeB] for helping you?

My own personal income, savings, pension or benefit (such as Attendance Allowance)
My Direct Payment or Personal or Individual Budget from the Local Authority, council, or social services
From another source

UKHLS
Receipt; Other organsations financing second provider 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And in addition to what you pay, as {if AnyPayB = 1} / As {if AnyPayB = 2|DK|REF} far as you are aware does anyone else or any organisations pay or give money to [SCPayCodeB] for the care you receive – for example the council or a family member? Please do not count any benefits such as Carers Allowance or Attendance Allowance.

Yes, the council, local authority, or social services
Yes, a family member with their own money
Yes, other
No, nobody else pays

UKHLS
Receipt; How second provider paid. 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And does the local authority, council or social services pay [SCPayCodeB] directly or is it through your Direct Payment or a Personal Budget?

Social services or council pay directly
Paid through Direct Payments, or Personal or Individual Budgets

UKHLS
Receipt; Direct payment / personal budget second provider 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

How much money is [SCPayCodeB] paid from the direct payment or personal budget for helping you?

What period did that cover?

Part 1:
Amount in £

Part 2:
Per hour
Per visit
Per day
Per week
Per fortnight
Per four weeks
Per calendar month
Per year

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - Help climbing stairs 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

The next few questions are about tasks that some people may need help with and about help that you may have received in the last month. Please think only about help you need because of long-term physical or mental ill-health, disability or problems relating to old age. For each task, I’d like you to tell me which option applies to you.
Do you usually manage to get up and down stairs or steps…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help moving around house 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you usually manage to get around the house (except for any stairs)…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help getting in and out of bed 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you usually manage to get in and out of bed…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help getting in and out of bed 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you usually manage to cut your toenails…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help bathing 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you usually manage to bath, shower or wash all over…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help walking down road 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you usually manage to go out of doors and walk down the road…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help using toilet 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to use the toilet, including getting up and down…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help eating 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to eat, including cutting up food…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help washing face and hands 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to wash your face and hands…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help dressing 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to dress or undress, including putting on shoes and socks…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADL - help taking medicine 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to take the right amount of medicine at the right times…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; IADL - help shopping for food 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to shop for food, including getting to the shops, choosing the items, carrying the items home and then unpacking and putting the items away…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; IADL - help with housework or laundry 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you manage to do routine housework or laundry…

Do you find it very easy, fairly easy, fairly difficult or very difficult to do this on your own?

Part 1:
On your own
Only with help from someone else
Not at all

Part 2:
Very easy
Fairly easy
Fairly difficult
Very difficult

UKHLS
Receipt; ADLs - who helps 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Wave 13 No

In the last month, who has helped you with personal things around the home including getting up and down stairs or steps {if ADLA = 2|3} / getting around the house (except for any stairs) {if ADLB = 2|3} / getting in and out of bed {if ADLC = 2|3} / cutting your toenails {if ADLD = 2|3} / bathing, showering or washing all over {if ADLE = 2|3} / using the toilet, including getting up and down {if ADLG = 2|3} / eating, including cutting up food {if ADLH = 2|3} / washing your face and hands {if ADLI = 2|3} / dressing and undressing, including putting on shoes and socks {if ADLJ = 2|3} / taking the right amount of medicine at the right times {if ADLK = 2|3}?

“Please only think about help received because of long-term physical or mental ill-health, disability or problems relating to old age”

Husband / Wife / Partner
Son (including stepson, adopted son or son-in-law)
Daughter (including stepdaughter, adopted daughter or daughter- in-law)
Grandchild (including great grandchildren)
Brother / Sister (including step/adopted/in-laws)
Niece / Nephew
Mother / Father (including mother-in-law/father-in-law)
Other family member
Friend
Neighbour
None of the above

UKHLS
Receipt; Living with carer 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

You’ve told me that your [HlpInfA] helped you. Can we just check, does he/she live here with you? If so, who is it?

Identified helper

UKHLS
Receipt; ADLs - professional carers 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And, which of these people helped you with personal things around the home including getting up and down stairs or steps {if ADLA = 2|3} / getting around the house (except for any stairs) {if ADLB = 2|3} / getting in and out of bed {if ADLC = 2|3} / cutting your toenails {if ADLD = 2|3} / bathing, showering or washing all over {if ADLE = 2|3} / using the toilet, including getting up and down {if ADLG = 2|3} / eating, including cutting up food {if ADLH = 2|3} / washing your face and hands {if ADLI = 2|3} / dressing and undressing, including putting on shoes and socks {if ADLJ = 2|3} / taking the right amount of medicine at the right times {if ADLK = 2|3} , in the last month?

Home care worker / Home help / Personal Assistant
A member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team
Occupational Therapist / Physiotherapist / Nurse
Voluntary helper
Warden / Sheltered housing manager
Cleaner
Council’s handyman
Other
None of the above

UKHLS
Receipt; IADLs-who helps 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past month Wave 13 No

In the last month, who has helped you to go outdoors and walk down the road {if ADLF = 2|3} / shop for food, including getting to the shops, choosing items, carrying items home and unpacking them {if ADLL = 2|3} / to do routine housework {if ADLM = 2|3} / to do paperwork or pay bills {if ADLN = 2|3}?

Son (including stepson, adopted son or son-in-law)
Daughter (including stepdaughter, adopted daughter or daughter- in-law)
Grandchild (including great grandchildren)
Brother / Sister (including step/adopted/in-laws)
Niece / Nephew
Mother / Father (including mother-in-law/father-in-law)
Other family member
Friend
Neighbour
None of the above

UKHLS
Receipt; Living with carer 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

You’ve told me that your [HlpInfB] helped you. Can I just check, does he/she live here with you? If so, who is it?

Identified helper

UKHLS
Receipt; IADLs Help from professional carers 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

And, which of these people helped you to go outdoors and walk down the road {if ADLF = 2|3} / shop for food, including getting to the shops,

Home care worker / Home help / Personal Assistant
A member of the reablement / intermediate care staff team
Occupational Therapist / Physiotherapist / Nurse
Voluntary helper
Warden / Sheltered housing manager
Cleaner
Council’s handyman
Other
None of the above

UKHLS
Receipt; Hours of help per week 2021 16-120 16 120 Participant No Past week Wave 13 No

Thinking about [HelpCode], in the last week, how many hours have they helped you in person with these kinds of tasks? Please only think about the hours they were helping you with these kinds of tasks and not about the time they were around the house or there to help if you needed it. {if HelpCode = 1 thru 10} / If home care worker/personal assistant/other care staff ‘lives in’/’sleeps in’, INCLUDE ALL hours they are on duty. {if HelpCode = 11}

“Not help over the phone or by internet or doing occasional errands or odd jobs without the respondent.”

No help in the last week
Less than one hour
1 – 4 hours
5 – 9 hours
10 – 19 hours
20 – 34 hours
35 – 49 hours
50 – 99 hours
100 hours or more

UKHLS
Receipt; Community - help from others 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Do you receive any practical help on a regular basis from your husband/wife, partner, friends, neighbours or family members?

Yes, from someone living in my care home
Yes, from someone living outside my care home
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - buying additional services 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Do you buy any additional care or support privately or pay more to ‘top up’ your care and support?

Yes, I buy some more care and support with my own money
Yes, my family pays for some more care and support for me
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help completing questionnaire 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Did you have any help from someone else to complete this questionnaire?

No, I did not have help
I had help from a care worker
I had help from someone living in my care home
I had help from someone living outside my care home

ASCS
Receipt; Community - type of help 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

What type of help did you have?

Someone else read the questions to me
Someone else translated the questions for me
Someone else wrote down the answers for me
I talked through the questions with someone else
Someone answered for me, without asking me the questions

ASCS
Receipt; Community - other comments about care 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Please use the space provided below to describe any other experiences you would like to tell us about, or to write any other comments you would like to make?

Open response

ASCS
Receipt; Community - nourishment 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Thinking about the food and drink you get, which of the following statements best describes your situation?

I get all the food and drink I like when I want
I get adequate food and drink at OK times
I don’t always get adequate or timely food and drink
I don’t always get adequate or timely food and drink, and I think there is a risk to my health

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help with nourishment 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
5b. Do care and support services help you to get food and drink?

I do not need care and support services to help me get food and drink
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - cleanliness of home 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of the following statements best describes how clean and comfortable your care home is?

My care home is as clean and comfortable as I want
My care home is adequately clean and comfortable
My care home is not quite clean or comfortable enough
My care home is not at all clean or comfortable

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help cleanliness home 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
6b. Do care and support services help you in keeping your care home clean and comfortable?

I do not need care and support services to help me keep my home clean and comfortable
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - feeling safe 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of the following statements best describes how safe you feel?
By ‘feeling safe’ we mean how safe you feel both inside and outside the home. This includes fear of abuse, falling or other physical harm.

If you have said you don’t feel safe, can you please tell us why?

Part 1:
I feel as safe as I want
Generally I feel adequately safe, but not as safe as I would like
I feel less than adequately safe
I don’t feel at all safe

Part 2:
Open response

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help feeling safe 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Do care and support services help you in feeling safe?

Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - social situation 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Thinking about how much contact you’ve had with people you like, which of the following statements best describes your social situation?

I have as much social contact as I want with people I like
I have adequate social contact with people
I have some social contact with people, but not enough
I have little social contact with people and feel socially isolated

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help social contact 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
8b. Do care and support services help you in having social contact with people?

I do not need care and support services to help me have social contact with people
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - how spend time 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of the following statements best describes how you spend your time?
When you are thinking about how you spend your time, please include anything you value or enjoy including leisure activities, formal employment, voluntary or unpaid work and caring for others.

I’m able to spend my time as I want, doing things I value or enjoy
I’m able to do enough of the things I value or enjoy with my time
I do some of the things I value or enjoy with my time but not enough
I don’t do anything I value or enjoy with my time

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help spending time well 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
9b. Do care and support services help you in the way you spend your time?

I do not need care and support services to help me in the way I spend my time
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - helping with self esteem 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of these statements best describes how having help to do things makes you think and feel about yourself?

Having help makes me think and feel better about myself
Having help does not affect the way I think or feel about myself
Having help sometimes undermines the way I think and feel about myself
Having help completely undermines the way I think and feel about myself

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help with self-esteem 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of these statements best describes how the way you are helped and treated makes you think and feel about yourself?

The way I’m helped and treated makes me think and feel better about myself
The way I’m helped and treated does not affect the way I think or feel about myself
The way I’m helped and treated sometimes undermines the way I think and feel about myself
The way I’m helped and treated completely undermines the way I think and feel about myself

ASCS
Receipt; Community - feeling lonely 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

How often do you feel lonely?

Often or always
Some of the time
Occasionally
Hardly ever
Never

ASCS
Receipt; Community - finding information 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

In the past year, have you generally found it easy or difficult to find information and advice about support, services or benefits?

Please include information from different sources, such as voluntary organisations, and private agencies as well as [Social Services].

If you found it difficult to find information and advice, please tell us why and what we can do to make it easier for you

Part 1:
I’ve never tried to find information or advice
Very easy to find
Fairly easy to find
Fairly difficult to find
Very difficult to find

Part 2:

ASCS
Receipt; Community - general health 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

How is your health in general?

Very good
Good
Fair
Bad
Very bad

ASCS
Receipt; Community - pain, discomfort, anxiety, depression. 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

By placing a tick in one box in each group below, please indicate which statements best describe your own health state today.

a. Pain or discomfort
b. Anxiety or depression

Responses for a:
I have no pain or discomfort
I have moderate pain or discomfort
I have extreme pain or discomfort

Responses for b:

ASCS
Receipt; Community - ADLs 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Please place a tick () in the box that best describes your abilities for each of the following questions.

a. Do you usually manage to get around indoors (except steps) by yourself?

b. Do you usually manage to get in and out of a bed (or chair) by yourself?

c. Do you usually manage to feed yourself?

d. Do you usually deal with finances and paperwork – for example, paying bills, writing letters – by yourself?

Repeated response scale for all categories:
I can do this easily by myself
I have difficulty doing this myself
I can’t do this by myself

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help with ADLs 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Please place a tick () in the box that best describes your abilities for each of the following questions.

a. Do you usually manage to wash all over by yourself, using either a bath or shower?

b. Do you usually manage to get dressed and undressed by yourself?

c. Do you usually manage to use the WC/toilet by yourself?

d. Do you usually manage to wash your face and hands by yourself?

Repeated response scale for all categories:
I can do this easily by myself
I have difficulty doing this myself
I can’t do this by myself

ASCS
Receipt; Community - care home helping with needs 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

How well do you think your care home is designed to meet your needs?

My care home meets my needs very well
My care home meets most of my needs
My care home meets some of my needs
My care home is totally inappropriate for my needs

ASCS
Receipt; Community - getting around outside care home 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Thinking about getting around outside of your care home, which of the following statements best describes your present situation?

I can get to all the places in my local area that I want
At times I find it difficult to get to all the places in my local area that I want
I am unable to get to all the places in my local area that I want
I do not leave my care home

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - finding information 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

In the past year, have you generally found it easy or difficult to find information and advice about support, services or benefits?

Please include information from different sources, such as voluntary organisations, and private agencies as well as [Social Services].

If you found it difficult to find information and advice, please tell us why and what we can do to make it easier for you

Part 1:
I’ve never tried to find information or advice
Very easy to find
Fairly easy to find
Fairly difficult to find
Very difficult to find

Part 2:

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - general health 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

How is your health in general?

Very good
Good
Fair
Bad
Very bad

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - pain, discomfort, anxiety, depression. 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

By placing a tick in one box in each group below, please indicate which statements best describe your own health state today.

a. Pain or discomfort
b. Anxiety or depression

Responses for a:
I have no pain or discomfort
I have moderate pain or discomfort
I have extreme pain or discomfort

Responses for b:

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - ADLs 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Please place a tick () in the box that best describes your abilities for each of the following questions.

a. Do you usually manage to get around indoors (except steps) by yourself?

b. Do you usually manage to get in and out of a bed (or chair) by yourself?

c. Do you usually manage to feed yourself?

d. Do you usually deal with finances and paperwork – for example, paying bills, writing letters – by yourself?

Repeated response scale for all categories:
I can do this easily by myself
I have difficulty doing this myself
I can’t do this by myself

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help with ADLs 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Please place a tick () in the box that best describes your abilities for each of the following questions.

a. Do you usually manage to wash all over by yourself, using either a bath or shower?

b. Do you usually manage to get dressed and undressed by yourself?

c. Do you usually manage to use the WC/toilet by yourself?

d. Do you usually manage to wash your face and hands by yourself?

Repeated response scale for all categories:
I can do this easily by myself
I have difficulty doing this myself
I can’t do this by myself

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - care home helping with needs 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

How well do you think your care home is designed to meet your needs?

My care home meets my needs very well
My care home meets most of my needs
My care home meets some of my needs
My care home is totally inappropriate for my needs

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - getting around outside care home 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Thinking about getting around outside of your care home, which of the following statements best describes your present situation?

I can get to all the places in my local area that I want
At times I find it difficult to get to all the places in my local area that I want
I am unable to get to all the places in my local area that I want
I do not leave my care home

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help from others 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Do you receive any practical help on a regular basis from your husband/wife, partner, friends, neighbours or family members?

Yes, from someone living in my care home
Yes, from someone living outside my care home
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - buying additional services 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Do you buy any additional care or support privately or pay more to ‘top up’ your care and support?

Yes, I buy some more care and support with my own money
Yes, my family pays for some more care and support for me
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help completing questionnaire 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Did you have any help from someone else to complete this questionnaire?

No, I did not have help
I had help from a care worker
I had help from someone living in my care home
I had help from someone living outside my care home

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - type of help 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

What type of help did you have?

Someone else read the questions to me
Someone else translated the questions for me
Someone else wrote down the answers for me
I talked through the questions with someone else
Someone answered for me, without asking me the questions

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - other comments about care 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Please use the space provided below to describe any other experiences you would like to tell us about, or to write any other comments you would like to make?

Open response

ASCS
Receipt; Community - level of satisfaction with care 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the care and support services you receive?

I am extremely satisfied
I am very satisfied
I am quite satisfied
I am neither satisfied nor dissatisfied
I am quite dissatisfied
I am very dissatisfied
I am extremely dissatisfied

ASCS
Receipt; Community - quality of life 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Thinking about the good and bad things that make up your quality of life, how would you rate the quality of your life as a whole?

So good, it could not be better
Very good
Good
Alright
Bad
Very bad
So bad, it could not be worse

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help and support services 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Do care and support services help you to have a better quality of life?

Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - choice about care received 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of the following statements best describes how much choice you have over the care and support services you receive?

By ‘choice’ we mean being able to choose from a range of care providers and services and make changes as and when required

I do have enough choice over care and support services
I don’t have enough choice over care and support services
I don’t want or need choice about care and support services

ASCS
Receipt; Community - control over daily life 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Which of the following statements best describes how much control you have over your daily life?

I have as much control over my daily life as I want
I have adequate control over my daily life
I have some control over my daily life but not enough
I have no control over my daily life

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help control over daily life 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Do care and support services help you in having control over your daily life?

I do not need care and support services to help me have control over my daily life
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Community - keeping clean & presentable 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

Thinking about keeping clean and presentable in appearance, which of the following statements best describes your situation?

I feel clean and am able to present myself the way I like
I feel adequately clean and presentable
I feel less than adequately clean or presentable
I don’t feel at all clean or presentable

ASCS
Receipt; Community - help keeping clean & presentable 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - community No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
4b. Do care and support services help you in keeping clean and presentable in appearance?

I do not need care and support services to help me keep clean and presentable
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - level of satisfaction with care 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the care and support services you receive?

I am extremely satisfied
I am very satisfied
I am quite satisfied
I am neither satisfied nor dissatisfied
I am quite dissatisfied
I am very dissatisfied
I am extremely dissatisfied

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - quality of life 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Thinking about the good and bad things that make up your quality of life, how would you rate the quality of your life as a whole?

So good, it could not be better
Very good
Good
Alright
Bad
Very bad
So bad, it could not be worse

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help and support services 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Do care and support services help you to have a better quality of life?

Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - control over daily life 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Which of the following statements best describes how much control you have over your daily life?

I have as much control over my daily life as I want
I have adequate control over my daily life
I have some control over my daily life but not enough
I have no control over my daily life

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help control over daily life 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Do care and support services help you in having control over your daily life?

I do not need care and support services to help me have control over my daily life
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - keeping clean & presentable 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Thinking about keeping clean and presentable in appearance, which of the following statements best describes your situation?

I feel clean and am able to present myself the way I like
I feel adequately clean and presentable
I feel less than adequately clean or presentable
I don’t feel at all clean or presentable

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help keeping clean & presentable 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
4b. Do care and support services help you in keeping clean and presentable in appearance?

I do not need care and support services to help me keep clean and presentable
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - nourishment 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Thinking about the food and drink you get, which of the following statements best describes your situation?

I get all the food and drink I like when I want
I get adequate food and drink at OK times
I don’t always get adequate or timely food and drink
I don’t always get adequate or timely food and drink, and I think there is a risk to my health

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help with nourishment 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
5b. Do care and support services help you to get food and drink?

I do not need care and support services to help me get food and drink
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - cleanliness of home 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Which of the following statements best describes how clean and comfortable your care home is?

My care home is as clean and comfortable as I want
My care home is adequately clean and comfortable
My care home is not quite clean or comfortable enough
My care home is not at all clean or comfortable

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help cleanliness home 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
6b. Do care and support services help you in keeping your care home clean and comfortable?

I do not need care and support services to help me keep my home clean and comfortable
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - feeling safe 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Which of the following statements best describes how safe you feel?
By ‘feeling safe’ we mean how safe you feel both inside and outside the home. This includes fear of abuse, falling or other physical harm.

If you have said you don’t feel safe, can you please tell us why?

Part 1:
I feel as safe as I want
Generally I feel adequately safe, but not as safe as I would like
I feel less than adequately safe
I don’t feel at all safe

Part 2:
Open response

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help feeling safe 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Do care and support services help you in feeling safe?

Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - social situation 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Thinking about how much contact you’ve had with people you like, which of the following statements best describes your social situation?

I have as much social contact as I want with people I like
I have adequate social contact with people
I have some social contact with people, but not enough
I have little social contact with people and feel socially isolated

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help social contact 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
8b. Do care and support services help you in having social contact with people?

I do not need care and support services to help me have social contact with people
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - how spend time 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Which of the following statements best describes how you spend your time?
When you are thinking about how you spend your time, please include anything you value or enjoy including leisure activities, formal employment, voluntary or unpaid work and caring for others.

I’m able to spend my time as I want, doing things I value or enjoy
I’m able to do enough of the things I value or enjoy with my time
I do some of the things I value or enjoy with my time but not enough
I don’t do anything I value or enjoy with my time

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help spending time well 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

OPTIONAL QUESTION – Councils should remove this question if they do not want to include it in the questionnaire. Any data collected from this question does not need to be returned to NHS England.
9b. Do care and support services help you in the way you spend your time?

I do not need care and support services to help me in the way I spend my time
Yes
No

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - helping with self-esteem 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Which of these statements best describes how having help to do things makes you think and feel about yourself?

Having help makes me think and feel better about myself
Having help does not affect the way I think or feel about myself
Having help sometimes undermines the way I think and feel about myself
Having help completely undermines the way I think and feel about myself

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - help with self-esteem 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

Which of these statements best describes how the way you are helped and treated makes you think and feel about yourself?

The way I’m helped and treated makes me think and feel better about myself
The way I’m helped and treated does not affect the way I think or feel about myself
The way I’m helped and treated sometimes undermines the way I think and feel about myself
The way I’m helped and treated completely undermines the way I think and feel about myself

ASCS
Receipt; Residential - feeling lonely 2023 18-120 18 120 Participant No Current ASCS 2023-24 Questions - residential and nursing care No

How often do you feel lonely?

Often or always
Some of the time
Occasionally
Hardly ever
Never

ASCS
Provision; Reason stopped work during COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Pre COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Why did you stop working between the start of the coronavirus outbreak and now?

I was advised to self-isolate
I need to care for others (children or adults)
My employer or business closed
I was worried about my health
I was laid off
I was planning to retire around now anyway
Other reason, please specify:

NICOLA
Provision; Caring responsibilities pre-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Pre COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Just before the coronavirus outbreak began at the end of February 2020, did you look after anyone once a week or more? This could be your partner or other people in your household or someone in another household.

Yes
No

NICOLA
Provision; Care recipient in household pre-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Pre COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

If yes, did the person (or people) you cared for before the coronavirus outbreak live with you or in another household?

Lived in my household
Lived in another household

NICOLA
Provision; Change in amount of caring post-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

If yes, has the amount of care you provide for this person/people in your household changed since the coronavirus outbreak?

It has increased
It has stopped
It has decreased
It has stayed the same

NICOLA
Provision; Change in caring outside of household post-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Has the amount of care you provide for people outside your household changed since the coronavirus outbreak?

It has increased
It has stopped
It has decreased
It has stayed the same

NICOLA
Provision; New caring role post-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Do you provide help for someone outside of your household who you hadn’t previously due to the coronavirus outbreak?

Yes
No

NICOLA
Provision; Caring due to COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

How often have you looked after someone in the past week due to the coronavirus outbreak?

Every day
4 – 5 days per week
2 – 3 days per week
1 day per week
Less often (I did it only once, it was not regular)
Not applicable

NICOLA
Receipt; Receipt of care at home 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past month NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Over the past month have you received care at home?

Yes, formal (paid, provided from an agency)
Yes, informal (friend or relative)
No

NICOLA
Receipt; Amount of care received post-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Since the coronavirus outbreak started is the amount of care you receive…..

Less than it was
About the same
More than it was
I no longer receive help

NICOLA
Receipt; Care needs met post-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Since the coronavirus outbreak started have your care needs been met…

All of the time
Most of the time
Some of the time
Hardly ever

NICOLA
Receipt; Receipt of carers allowance post-COVID-19 pandemic 2020 50-120 50 120 Participant No Post COVID-19 pandemic NICOLA Wave 2 COVID-19 Questionnaire No

Have you made a new claim for any of the following benefits since the start of the coronavirus outbreak (whether or not you have started receiving payments yet)?

Universal Credit
Employment and Support Allowance
Housing Benefit
Personal independence payment (formerly called Disability Living Allowance)
Support for Mortgage Interest (formerly called Help for housing costs)
Widowed parents allowance
Carers allowance or attendance allowance
Job Seeker’s Allowance
Pension Credit
Rates support or reduction
Lone Pensioner Allowance
Statutory Sick Pay
Bereavement allowance (formerly called Widow’s Pension)
None

NICOLA
Provision; Whether care for someone with disability 2017 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current SELF-COMPLETION QUESTIONNAIREWAVE 2 No

Do you care for someone with a disability?

Yes
No

NICOLA
Provision; Detail about person cared for 2017 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current SELF-COMPLETION QUESTIONNAIREWAVE 2 No

Please provide detail of the person you care for in the space below, for example their relationship to you, their age(s), the disability / disabilities they have in the space below.

Open text response

NICOLA
Provision; Caring since start of pandemic 2021 28-30 28 30 Participant No Since pandemic Life @ 29+ No

Since the start of the pandemic:
B35) You took on a caring role

Yes, it affected me alot
Yes, moderately affected
Yes, mildly affected
Yes, but did not affect me at all
No did not happen at all

ALSPAC
Provision; Caring in past year 2021 28-30 28 30 Participant No Past year Life @ 29+ No

In the past year how often have you done the following; whether at work, for a family member or friend, as a volunteer or as a hobby?

d. Nursing or caring

Every day
Most days
About once a week
Less than once a week
Not at all

ALSPAC
Provision; Full or part-time carer 2021 28-30 28 30 Participant No Current Life @ 29+ No

Are you currently: Please cross one circle on each line.

A full/part-time carer

Yes
No

ALSPAC
Provision; Caring since start of pandemic 2021 28-30 28 30 Participant No Since pandemic Parents Questionnaire 2022 No

Since the start of the pandemic:
B35) You took on a caring role

Yes, it affected me alot
Yes, moderately affected
Yes, mildly affected
Yes, but did not affect me at all
No did not happen at all

ALSPAC
Receipt; Receipt of carer's allowance 2007 16-120 16 120 Parent No Current Born in Bradford Mothers’ Baseline Questionnaire No
Can you tell me which of these credits/allowances/benefits you and your
husband/partner receive?
(Please cross ALL that apply)
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credit
Working Tax Credit(Formerly Working Family Tax Credit and Disabled Person’s Tax Credit)
Income Support
Disability Living Allowance (including Disabled Person’s Tax Credit)
Income tested Job Seekers Allowance (Unemployment)
Housing Benefit/Rent Rebate/Council Tax Benefit
Incapacity Benefit (Replaces Invalidity and NI Sickness Benefit)
Pension Credit
Carer’s allowance(was Invalid Care Allowance)
None
Don’tknow
Does not wish to answer
BiB
Need; Caring responsibilities for adults in home 2022 12-15 12 15 Child No Current Age of Wonder- Module 1- Socioeconomics, and Arts and Culture No
Why do the adults in your first home not have a
job? Please tick all that apply.
They are sick, retired or a student
They are looking for a job
They take care of others or are full-time at home
Don’t know
BiB
Need; Limited ability to carry out day to day activities 2022 12-15 12 15 Child No Current Age of Wonder- Module 1- Socioeconomics, and Arts and Culture No
Do you have any physical or mental health conditions or illnesses?
Has this lasted, or is it expected to last, for 12 months or more?
Do any of your illnesses or conditions reduce your ability to carry out day to day activities?
Part 1:
Yes
No
Part 2:
Yes
No
Part 3:
Yes a lot
Yes a little
Not at all
BiB
Provision; Number of control and restraint trainings 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Number of instances of training completed in category – Control and restraint both accredited and non-accredited

Number of instances

ASC-WDS
Provision; Date of control and restraint training 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Most recent date the worker completed training in category – Control and restraint

Date

ASC-WDS
Provision; Completion of control and restraint training 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Has the worker completed training in category – Control and restraint

Yes
No
ASC-WDS
Provision; Training worker has completed 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Has the worker completed any of the listed training?

Control and restraint
Dementia care
Emergency Aid awareness
Fire Safety
First Aid
Food safety and catering
Health and Safety
Infection Control
Leadership & Management
Learning disability
Medication safe handling and awareness
Mental capacity and deprivation of liberty
Moving and handling
Nutrition and hydration
Palliative or end of life care
Physical Disability
Positive Behaviour and support
Safeguarding Adults
Dignity, Respect, Person Centred care
Equality, Diversity and Human Rights training
Any other not in the above categories
Childrens / young people’s related training
Confidentiality/GDPR
Epilepsy
Communication Skills
Diabetes
COSHH
Mental Health
Autism
Continence Care
Duty of Care
Supervision / Performance management
Stroke
Complaints handling/conflict resolution
Personal Care
Activity provision/Well-being
Sensory disability
ASC-WDS
Provision; Type of people cared for at the service 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Type of people cared for at the service

Type of people

ASC-WDS
Provision; Average hours worked by each worker at provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past week ASC-WDS rolling No

The average hours workers in the previous week. Dependent on employment status and zero-hours contract.

No. of hours.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Gender of each staff member at provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

The worker’s gender.

Gender value

ASC-WDS
Provision; Age of each staff member at provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

The workers age when the dataset was captured.

Age value

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of utlisations of services provider provides 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Utilisation (of service at provider)

Number of utilisations

ASC-WDS
Provision; Capacity of service provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Capacity of the service at the workplace.

Capacity value

ASC-WDS
Provision; Main service provided by social care provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

The main service provided by the workplace.

Service type

ASC-WDS
Provision; Total employed staff in provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Sum of total staff across the organisation.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of staff records 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of staff records.

Number of records.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of permanent and temp staff provider employs 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of permanent and temporary staff (employees). Based on staff records.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of other staff provider employs 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of other staff employed. Based on staff records.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of agency staff provider employs 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of agency staff employed. Based on staff records.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of pool/bank staff provider employs 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of pool/bank staff employed. Based on staff records.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of temporary staff provider employs 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of temporary staff employed. Based on staff records.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of permanent staff provider employs 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No ASC-WDS rolling No

Number of permanent staff employed. Based on staff records.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of vacancies in provider 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Current ASC-WDS rolling No

Total number of permanent and temporary vacancies at the time of the workplace last update.

Number of vacancies. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of leavers in provider (permanent and temporary) 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year ASC-WDS rolling No

Total number of permanent and temporary staff that left in the previous 12 months.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Number of new starters in provider (permanent and temporary) 2005 16-120 16 120 Data manager No Past year ASC-WDS rolling No

Total number of permanent and temporary staff that started in the previous 12 months.

Number of staff. Also shows ‘Don’t know’, not recorded and no starters.

ASC-WDS
Provision; Provider views - challenges accessing agency staff 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Accessing Agency Staff, if/when needed. (tick ONLY ONE response) by region

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - challenges maintaining morale 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Maintaining Morale? (tick ONLY one response) by region

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - recruiting staff 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Recruiting Staff? (tick ONLY ONE response) by region

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - challenges retaining staff 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Retaining Staff (tick ONLY ONE response) by region

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - most useful recruitment help from gov 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

What form of assistance with recruitment or staffing (if any) would you find most useful between now and April 2022 from government? (tick ALL that apply)

Access to travel
Speed up the recruitment process
National recruitment campaign
Role specific recruitment campaign
Extension of workforce/IPC grant
Better recognition for the sector by government
Right to work process improvement
Immigration skills charge reduction/removal
Add all care workers to skills shortage list
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - main challenge agency staff 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you are using agency staff, compared to April 2021, what is the main challenge you are facing? (tick ONLY ONE response)

More expensive
Having to call multiple agencies
More difficult to block book
Vaccination uncertainty
Don’t know
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - challenges booking agency staff 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you are using agency staff, compared to April 2021, what challenges are you facing? (tick ALL that apply)

More expensive
Having to call multiple agencies
More difficult to block book
Vaccination uncertainty
Don’t know
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Frequency of agency staff use 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you are using agency staff, compared to April 2021, how frequently are you using them? (tick ONLY ONE response)

More frequently
About the same
Less frequently
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - accessing agency staff 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Accessing Agency Staff, if/when needed. (tick ONLY ONE response)

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - main consequence low morale 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If applicable to you, compared to April 2021, what is the main consequence of a more challenging morale situation? (tick ONLY ONE response)

Staff not able/willing to take on additional hours
Staff less energised/aren’t able to do more
Staff indicating thinking of leaving
Staff not able/willing to take on additional responsibilities
Staff wellbeing worries
Don’t know
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - consequences of low morale 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If applicable to you, compared to April 2021, what are the consequences of a more challenging morale situation? (tick ALL that apply)

Staff not able/willing to take on additional hours
Staff less energised/aren’t able to do more
Staff indicating thinking of leaving
Staff not able/willing to take on additional responsibilities
Staff wellbeing worries
Don’t know
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - maintaining morale 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Maintaining Morale? (tick ONLY one response)

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - hardest roles to fill 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Are there specific roles that are harder to fill? If so which roles? (tick ALL that apply)

Registered Nurse
Senior Care Worker
Support and Outreach
Personal Assistant/Home Care Worker
Senior Management
Registered Manager
Social Worker
Occupational Therapist
Chef/Catering
General/Nursing Care Worker
Cleaner
Maintenance
Admin
Others
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Quality of applicants for social care roles 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you are recruiting, compared to April 2021, how does the quality or suitability of applications compare? (tick ONLY ONE response)

Much Higher
Higher
About the same
Lower
Much Lower
Don’t Know
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Number of applications for social care roles 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you are recruiting, compared to April 2021, how do the number of applications compare? (tick ONLY ONE response)

Much Higher
Higher
About the same
Lower
Much Lower
Don’t Know
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - current level workforce challenges 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Recruiting Staff? (tick ONLY ONE response)

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - hardest roles to retain 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Are there specific roles that are harder to retain? If so which roles? (tick ALL that apply)

Registered Nurse
Senior Care Worker
Support and Outreach
Personal Assistant/Home Care Worker
Senior Management
Registered Manager
Social Worker
Occupational Therapist
Chef/Catering
General/Nursing Care Worker
Cleaner
Maintenance
Admin
Others
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - main reason staff leave 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you have challenges with retaining staff, what do you believe is the main cause for staff leaving? (tick ONLY ONE response)

Better conditions/working hours elsewhere
Better pay elsewhere within care sector
Better pay elsewhere outside of care sector
Better hours/working conditions elsewhere within care sector
Better hours/working conditions elsewhere outside of care sector
Feeling burnt out/stress
Less pressurised role
Do not wish to be vaccinated
Migration issues/leaving UK
Work related health issue
Covid related stress/trauma
Public perception of care
Outside work commitments
Cost/Distance of travel to work is too high
Don’t know
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - reasons staff leave 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

If you have challenges with retaining staff what do you believe are the causes for staff leaving? (tick ALL that apply)

Better conditions/working hours elsewhere
Better pay elsewhere within care sector
Better pay elsewhere outside of care sector
Better hours/working conditions elsewhere within care sector
Better hours/working conditions elsewhere outside of care sector
Feeling burnt out/stress
Less pressurised role
Do not wish to be vaccinated
Migration issues/leaving UK
Work related health issue
Covid related stress/trauma
Public perception of care
Outside work commitments
Cost/Distance of travel to work is too high
Don’t know
Other
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Provision; Provider views - workforce challenges 2021 16-120 16 120 Provider manager No Current ASCWS Dec 2021 No

Compared to April 2021, how would you describe the current level of workforce challenges in your service or location for Retaining Staff?

Much more challenging
More challenging
About the same
Less challenging
Much less challenging
Unsure
N/A (or left blank)
ASCWS
Receipt; Age of child admitted to care 1991 33-34 33 34 Parent No Current Age 33 Survey 1991 Annotated Mother Interview No

How old was [child name] when they were admitted to care?

Age [numerical value]

NCDS
Receipt; Whether child has ever been admitted to care 1991 33-34 33 34 Parent No Current Age 33 Survey 1991 Annotated Mother Interview No

Has [child name] ever been in care or a voluntary society?

Yes
No

NCDS
Receipt; Resident in care home 1991 33-34 33 34 Participant No Current Age 33 Survey 1991 Cohort Member Interview Questionnaire No

Part 1:
Can I now check, do you normally live at this address or somewhere else?

Part 2:
Interviewer classify normal address

Part 1:
This address
Somewhere else

Part 2:
Private residence
Hotel/boarding house
Residential hostel
Hostel for homeless/women’s refuge/night shelter
Barracks/room in nursing home
Room (only) at work place
Prison or remand centre
In patient in hospital/home

NCDS
Receipt; IADL 2012 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 11 No

d) do it yourself

other DIY: household repairs, woodwork, bricklaying

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2012 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 12 months Wave 11 No

In your spare time are you involved in any of the following activities? How often have you taken part in these activities in the last 12 months? J) household tasks I) gardening

Weekly
Monthly
Less often
Never

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 12 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
i) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 12 No

Here are a few everyday activities. Please tell us if you have any difficulties with these because of physical, mental or emotional memory problems. Exclude any difficulties you expect to last less than three months a) Dressing, including putting on shoes and socks
b) Walking across a room
c) Bathing or showering
d) Eating such as cutting up your food
e) Getting in or out of bed
f) Using the toilet including getting up or down
g) Using a map to figure out how to get around in a strange place
h) Preparing a hot meal
i) Shopping for groceries
j) Making telephone calls
k) Taking medications
l) Doing work around the house or garden
m) Managing money such as paying bills and keeping track of expenses
n) Controlling bowel and bladder completely by yourself
o) Doing personal laundry
p) Travelling independently on public transport or drive own car

yes
no

Whitehall
Provision; Help with tasks 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 12 No

a) Do you feel you need help with any of the day to day tasks listed in question 52? c) Does anyone help you with the day to day tasks ?

a) yes
no c) yes
no

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 weeks Wave 12 No

Please indicate the number of occasions and total time spent on each of the activities listed. B) Gardening

Weeding, hoeing, pruning (not mowing)

Manual lawn mowing

Other gardening: digging planting, clearing ground etc…

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 weeks Wave 12 No

c) Housework

carrying heavy shopping

cooking

hanging out washing

other housework for example dusting, ironing, hoovering

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 weeks Wave 12 No

d) do it yourself

other DIY: household repairs, woodwork, bricklaying

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Provision; Care 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 12 No

a) Do you have a carer(s) who visits you regularly or stays in your household?
b) If yes, how many days per week does your carer visit you?
c) If yes how many nights per week does your carer stay with you overnight?

Yes
No

Enter number

Enter number

Whitehall
Provision; Who do you provide care for 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 12 No

Do you provide regular care for any of the following?
a) Children
b) Grandchildren
c) Disabled or ill partner/spouse
d) Disabled or ill parent
e) Other disables or ill relative
f) Disabled or ill friend

Yes
No

If yes, for how many hours per week

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2015 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 12 months Wave 12 No

In your spare time are you involved in any of the following activities? How often have you taken part in these activities in the last 12 months? J) household tasks I) gardening

Weekly
Monthly
Less often
Never

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Wave 13 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
i) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Here are a few everyday activities. Please tell us if you have any difficulties with these because of physical, mental or emotional memory problems. Exclude any difficulties you expect to last less than three months a) Dressing, including putting on shoes and socks
b) Walking across a room
c) Bathing or showering
d) Eating such as cutting up your food
e) Getting in or out of bed
f) Getting up from chair after sitting long periods
g) Using the toilet including getting up or down
h) Using a map to figure out how to get around in a strange place
i) Recognizing when you are in physical danger
j) Preparing a hot meal
k) Shopping for groceries
l) Making telephone calls
m) Communication (speech, hearing or eyesight)
n) Taking medication
o) Doing work around the house or garden
p) Managing money such as paying bills and keeping track of expenses
q) Controlling bowel and bladder completely by yourself
r) Doing personal laundry
s) Travelling independently on public transport or drive own car
t) Pulling or pushing large objects

yes
no

Whitehall
Provision; Help with tasks 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

Do you feel you need help with any of the day to day task listed in question 14?

yes
no

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 weeks Wave 13 No

Please indicate the number of occasions and total time spent on each of the activities listed. B) Gardening

Weeding, hoeing, pruning (not mowing)

Manual lawn mowing

Other gardening: digging planting, clearing ground etc.…

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 weeks Wave 13 No

c) Housework

carrying heavy shopping

cooking

hanging out washing

other housework for example dusting, ironing, hoovering

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 weeks Wave 13 No

d) do it yourself

other DIY: household repairs, woodwork, bricklaying

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Provision; Care 2019 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 13 No

a) Do you have a carer(s) who visits you regularly or stays in your household?
b) If yes, how many days per week does your carer visit you?
c) If yes how many nights per week does your carer stay with you overnight?

Yes
No

Enter number

Enter number

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2001 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 6 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
i) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2002 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 7 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
I) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2002 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 Weeks Wave 7 No

Please indicate the number of occasions and total time spent on each of the activities listed. B) Gardening

Weeding, hoeing, pruning (not mowing)

Manual lawn mowing

Other gardening: digging planting, clearing ground etc.…

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
? 1/2
1-1 1/2
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2002 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 Weeks Wave 7 No

c) Housework

carrying heavy shopping

cooking

hanging out washing

other housework for example dusting, ironing, hoovering

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
? 1/2
1-1 1/2
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2002 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 4 Weeks Wave 7 No

d) do it yourself

other DIY: household repairs, woodwork, bricklaying

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
? 1/2
1-1 1/2
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Provision; Care 2002 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 7 No

Are you providing any personal are or help to one or more aged or disabled person(s)? If yes, how many hours in an average week do you spend looking after this person (these people)

yes
no number of hours in average week

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2006 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 8 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
i) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2006 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 8 No

Here are a few everyday activities. Please tell us if you have any difficulties with these because of physical, mental or emotional memory problems. Exclude any difficulties you expect to last less than three months a) Dressing, including putting on shoes and socks
b) Walking across a room
c) Bathing or showering
d) Eating such as cutting up your food
e) Getting in or out of bed
f) Using the toilet including getting up or down
g) Using a map to figure out how to get around in a strange place
h) Preparing a hot meal
i) Shopping for groceries
j) Making telephone calls
k) Taking medications
l) Doing work around the house or garden
m) Managing money such as paying bills and keeping track of expenses

yes
no

Whitehall
Provision; Care 2006 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 8 No

Are you providing any personal are or help to one or more aged or disabled person(s)? If yes, how many hours in an average week do you spend looking after this person (these people)

yes
no number of hours in average week

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 9 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
i) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 9 No

Here are a few everyday activities. Please tell us if you have any difficulties with these because of physical, mental or emotional memory problems. Exclude any difficulties you expect to last less than three months a) Dressing, including putting on shoes and socks
b) Walking across a room
c) Bathing or showering
d) Eating such as cutting up your food
e) Getting in or out of bed
f) Using the toilet including getting up or down
g) Using a map to figure out how to get around in a strange place
h) Preparing a hot meal
i) Shopping for groceries
j) Making telephone calls
k) Taking medications
l) Doing work around the house or garden
m) Managing money such as paying bills and keeping track of expenses

yes
no

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 9 No

Please indicate the number of occasions and total time spent on each of the activities listed. B) Gardening

Weeding, hoeing, pruning (not mowing)

Manual lawn mowing

Other gardening: digging planting, clearing ground etc.…

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
?
1-1
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 9 No

c) Housework

carrying heavy shopping

cooking

hanging out washing

other housework for example dusting, ironing, hoovering

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
?
1-1
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 9 No

d) do it yourself

other DIY: household repairs, woodwork, bricklaying

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
?
1-1
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Provision; Who do you provide care for 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 9 No

Do you provide regular care for any of the following?
a) Children
b) Grandchildren
c) Disabled or ill partner/spouse
d) Disabled or ill parent
e) Other disables or ill relative
f) Disabled or ill friend

Yes
No

If yes, for how many hours per week

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2007 33-55 33 55 Participant No Past 12 Months Wave 9 No

In your spare time are you involved in any of the following activities? How often have you taken part in these activities in the last 12 months? J) household tasks I) gardening

Weekly
Monthly
Less often
Never

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2012 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 11 No

The following items are about activities you might do during a typical day. Does your health now limit you in these activities? If so how much? b) moderate activities, such as moving a table, pushing a vacuum cleaner, bowling or playing golf
c) lifting or carrying groceries
d) climbing several flights of stairs
e) climbing one flight of stairs
f) bending, kneeling, or stooping
g) walking more than one mile
h) walking half a mile
i) walking one hundred yards
j) bathing and dressing yourself

Yes, limited a lot
Yes, limited a little.
No, not limited at all

Whitehall
Receipt; ADL 2012 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 11 No

Here are a few everyday activities. Please tell us if you have any difficulties with these because of physical, mental or emotional memory problems. Exclude any difficulties you expect to last less than three months a) Dressing, including putting on shoes and socks
b) Walking across a room
c) Bathing or showering
d) Eating such as cutting up your food
e) Getting in or out of bed
f) Using the toilet including getting up or down
g) Using a map to figure out how to get around in a strange place
h) Preparing a hot meal
i) Shopping for groceries
j) Making telephone calls
k) Taking medications
l) Doing work around the house or garden
m) Managing money such as paying bills and keeping track of expenses
n) Controlling bowel and bladder completely by yourself
o) Doing personal laundry
p) Travelling independently on public transport or drive own car

yes
no

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2012 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 11 No

Please indicate the number of occasions and total time spent on each of the activities listed. B) Gardening

Weeding, hoeing, pruning (not mowing)

Manual lawn mowing

Other gardening: digging planting, clearing ground etc.…

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Receipt; IADL 2012 33-55 33 55 Participant No Current Wave 11 No

c) Housework

carrying heavy shopping

cooking

hanging out washing

other housework for example dusting, ironing, hoovering

Occasions in the past 4 weeks
None
1-2
3-4
5-10-
11-15
16-20
21+

Total hours in the past 4 weeks
None
½
1-1 ½
2-3
4-5
6-10
11+

Whitehall
Provision; Pre-COVID-19 looking after 'dependents' 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

What was your employment status just before COVID-19 measures were introduced (i.e., January 2020)?

Self-employed employing others
Self-employed not employing others
Paid employee supervising others
Paid employee not supervising others
In unpaid employment
Homemaker
Looking after children
Looking after other dependents
Retired
Still in school/studying full-time
Unemployed as sick or disabled
Unemployed
Other
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Provision; Post-COVID-19 looking after 'dependents' 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

What is your employment status now?

Self-employed employing others
Self-employed not employing others
Paid employee supervising others
Paid employee not supervising others
In unpaid employment
Homemaker
Looking after children
Looking after other dependents
Retired
Still in school/studying full-time
Unemployed as sick or disabled
Unemployed
Other
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Receipt; Receipt of benefits pre-COVID-19 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Which benefits were you or anyone in your household
receiving before the COVID-19 measures were introduced (i.e., in January 2020)?
Select all that apply

Attendance Allowance Bereavement Allowance Best Start Grant
Best Start Foods
Blue Badge
Carer’s Allowance
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credit
Cold Weather Payment
Constant Attendance Allowance Council Tax Benefit
Crisis Loans
Disability Living Allowance Employment and Support Allowance Free School Meals
Guardian’s Allowance
Housing Benefit
In Work Credit
Incapacity Benefit
Income Support
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit Industrial Death Benefit
Jobseeker’s Allowance
Maternity Allowance
Mobility Supplement
National Entitlement Card
Pension Credit
Personal Independence Payment Severe Disablement Allowance
State Pension
Statutory Adoption Pay
Statutory Maternity Pay
Statutory Paternity Pay
Sick Pay
Sure Start Maternity Grant
Tax credits
Universal Credit
War Disablement Pension
War Widow’s/Widower’s Pension Widowed Parent’s Allowance Widow’s Pension
Winter Fuel Payment
Working Tax Credit
Other (please specify)
Don’t know
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Receipt; Receipt of benefits post-COVID-19 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Which benefits are you or anyone in your household receiving now? Select all that apply

Attendance Allowance Bereavement Allowance Best Start Grant
Best Start Foods
Blue Badge
Carer’s Allowance
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credit
Cold Weather Payment
Constant Attendance Allowance Council Tax Benefit
Crisis Loans
Disability Living Allowance Employment and Support Allowance Free School Meals
Guardian’s Allowance
Housing Benefit
In Work Credit
Incapacity Benefit
Income Support
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit Industrial Death Benefit
Jobseeker’s Allowance
Maternity Allowance
Mobility Supplement
National Entitlement Card
Pension Credit
Personal Independence Payment Severe Disablement Allowance
State Pension
Statutory Adoption Pay
Statutory Maternity Pay
Statutory Paternity Pay
Sick Pay
Sure Start Maternity Grant
Tax credits
Universal Credit
War Disablement Pension
War Widow’s/Widower’s Pension Widowed Parent’s Allowance Widow’s Pension
Winter Fuel Payment
Working Tax Credit
Other (please specify)
Don’t know
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Provision; Caring responsibilities 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Do you have caring responsibilities for any of the following people who live with you?
Select all that apply, or select None of the above

Children
Adults with a physical or learning disability Elderly relatives
Other elderly persons
Other adults
Prefer not to answer
None of the above

GSSFHS
Provision; Caring responsibilities changing from COVID-19 measures 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Have your caring responsibilities for people you live with changed since COVID-19 measures have been in place?

Caring responsibilities have increased Caring responsibilities have stayed the same Caring responsibilities have decreased

GSSFHS
Provision; Non-household caring responsibilities 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Do you have caring responsibilities for any of the following people who do not live with you?
Select all that apply, or select None of the above

Children
Adults with a physical or learning disability Elderly relatives
Other elderly persons
Other adults
Prefer not to answer
None of the above

GSSFHS
Provision; Non-household caring responsibilities post COVID-19 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Have your caring responsibilities for people you do not live with changed since COVID-19 measures have been in place?

Caring responsibilities have increased Caring responsibilities have stayed the same Caring responsibilities have decreased

GSSFHS
Provision; Looking after dependents 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 2 No

What is your current employment status?
If you are doing more than one activity, please choose the activity that you spend most time doing.

Self-employed employing others
Self-employed not employing others
Paid employee supervising others
Paid employee not supervising others
In unpaid employment Homemaker
Looking after children
Looking after other dependents
Retired
Still in school/studying full-time
Unemployed as sick or disabled
Unemployed
Other
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 2 No

Which benefits are you or anyone in your household receiving now? Select all that apply

Attendance Allowance Bereavement Allowance Best Start Grant
Best Start Foods
Blue Badge
Carer’s Allowance
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credit
Cold Weather Payment
Constant Attendance Allowance Council Tax Benefit
Crisis Loans
Disability Living Allowance Employment and Support Allowance Free School Meals
Guardian’s Allowance
Housing Benefit
In Work Credit
Incapacity Benefit
Income Support
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit Industrial Death Benefit
Jobseeker’s Allowance
Maternity Allowance
Mobility Supplement
National Entitlement Card
Pension Credit
Personal Independence Payment Severe Disablement Allowance
State Pension
Statutory Adoption Pay
Statutory Maternity Pay
Statutory Paternity Pay
Sick Pay
Sure Start Maternity Grant
Tax credits
Universal Credit
War Disablement Pension
War Widow’s/Widower’s Pension Widowed Parent’s Allowance Widow’s Pension
Winter Fuel Payment
Working Tax Credit
Other (please specify)
Don’t know
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Provision; Looking after dependents 2021 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 3 No

What is your current employment status?
If you are doing more than one activity, please choose the activity that you spend most time doing.

Self-employed employing others
Self-employed not employing others
Paid employee supervising others
Paid employee not supervising others
In unpaid employment
Homemaker
Looking after children
Looking after other dependents
Retired
Still in school/studying full-time
Unemployed as sick or disabled
Unemployed
Other
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Provision; Receipt of care-related benefits 2021 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current COVIDLife Survey 3 No

Which benefits are you or anyone in your household receiving now? Select all that apply

Attendance Allowance Bereavement Allowance Best Start Grant
Best Start Foods
Blue Badge
Carer’s Allowance
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credit
Cold Weather Payment
Constant Attendance Allowance Council Tax Benefit
Crisis Loans
Disability Living Allowance Employment and Support Allowance Free School Meals
Guardian’s Allowance
Housing Benefit
In Work Credit
Incapacity Benefit
Income Support
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit Industrial Death Benefit
Jobseeker’s Allowance
Maternity Allowance
Mobility Supplement
National Entitlement Card
Pension Credit
Personal Independence Payment Severe Disablement Allowance
State Pension
Statutory Adoption Pay
Statutory Maternity Pay
Statutory Paternity Pay
Sick Pay
Sure Start Maternity Grant
Tax credits
Universal Credit
War Disablement Pension
War Widow’s/Widower’s Pension Widowed Parent’s Allowance Widow’s Pension
Winter Fuel Payment
Working Tax Credit
Other (please specify)
Don’t know
Prefer not to answer

GSSFHS
Provision; Caring responsibilities for household members 2020 12-17 12 17 Participant No Current Teen COVIDLife Survey 1 No

Do you have caring responsibilities for any of the following people who live with you?
Select all that apply, or select None of the above

Parent(s)
Stepparent(s)
Parent’s girlfriend or boyfriend Guardian(s) – for example a foster carer
Brother(s) and/or sister(s) Stepbrother(s) and/or stepsister(s)
Grandparent(s)
Other family member(s)
Child/children
Friend(s) or other non-family member(s) Prefer not to answer
None of the above

GSSFHS
Provision; Caring responsibilities for household members 2020 12-17 12 17 Participant No Current Teen COVIDLife Survey 2 No

Do you have caring responsibilities for any of the following people who live with you?
Select all that apply, or select None of the above

Parent(s)
Stepparent(s)
Parent’s girlfriend or boyfriend Guardian(s) – for example a foster carer
Brother(s) and/or sister(s) Stepbrother(s) and/or stepsister(s)
Grandparent(s)
Other family member(s)
Child/children
Friend(s) or other non-family member(s) Prefer not to answer
None of the above

GSSFHS
Provision; Caring responsibilities for household members 2021 12-17 12 17 Participant No Current Teen COVIDLife Survey 3 No

Do you have caring responsibilities for any of the following people who live with you?
Select all that apply, or select None of the above

Parent(s)
Stepparent(s)
Parent’s girlfriend or boyfriend Guardian(s) – for example a foster carer
Brother(s) and/or sister(s) Stepbrother(s) and/or stepsister(s)
Grandparent(s)
Other family member(s)
Child/children
Friend(s) or other non-family member(s) Prefer not to answer
None of the above

GSSFHS
Receipt; Living with paid caregivers 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current Rural COVIDLife No

Who lives in your household with you?
Select all that apply

Spouse/partner
Child/children
Grandchild/grandchildren
Parent(s) or parent(s) in law Grandparent(s) or grandparent(s) in law
Other family member(s)
Paid caregiver(s)
Friend(s) or other non family member(s)

GSSFHS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current Rural COVIDLife No

Which benefits were you or anyone in your household receiving before the COVID-19 measures were introduced?
Select all that apply

“Attendance Allowance Bereavement Allowance Best Start Grant
Best Start Foods
Blue Badge
Carer’s Allowance
Child Benefit
Child Tax Credit
Cold Weather Payment
Constant Attendance Allowance Council Tax Benefit
Crisis Loans
Disability Living Allowance Employment and Support Allowance Free School Meals
Guardian’s Allowance
Housing Benefit
In Work Credit
Incapacity Benefit
Income Support
Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit Industrial Death Benefit
Jobseeker’s Allowance
Maternity Allowance
Mobility Supplement
National Entitlement Card
Pension Credit
Personal Independence Payment Severe Disablement Allowance
State Pension
Statutory Adoption Pay
Statutory Maternity Pay
Statutory Paternity Pay
Sick Pay
Sure Start Maternity Grant
Tax credits
Universal Credit
War Disablement Pension
War Widow’s/Widower’s Pension Widowed Parent’s Allowance Widow’s Pension
Winter Fuel Payment
Working Tax Credit
Other (please specify)
Don’t know
Prefer not to answer”

GSSFHS
Provision; Looking after dependents 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current Rural COVIDLife No

What is your current employment status?
If you are doing multiple jobs, please select all that apply

“Self-employed employing others
Self-employed not employing others
Paid employee supervising others
Paid employee not supervising others
In unpaid employment
Homemaker
Looking after children
Looking after other dependents
Retired
Still in school/studying full-time
Unemployed as sick or disabled
Unemployed
Other
Prefer not to answer”

GSSFHS
Provision; Looking after dependents post-COVID-19 2020 18-100 18 100 Participant No Current Rural COVIDLife No

What was your employment status just before the COVID-19 measures were introduced (i.e., January 2020)?
If you were doing multiple jobs, please select all that apply.

“Self-employed employing others
Self-employed not employing others
Paid employee supervising others
Paid employee not supervising others
In unpaid employment
Homemaker
Looking after children
Looking after other dependents
Retired
Still in school/studying full-time
Unemployed as sick or disabled
Unemployed
Other
Prefer not to answer”

GSSFHS
Provision; Number of hours spent caring 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Baseline No

In an average week, roughly how many hours would you spend doing the following activities? (Please answer
each question)

1 Working in a paid job
2 Doing housework in your own home or for your
family
3 Doing DIY jobs in your own home or for your family
4 Giving personal care to someone in your home or
family
5 Working in an unpaid job for others outside your
home and family (e.g. as a volunteer for a charity)
6 Playing sports
7 Doing hobbies (other than sports and DIY in the
home)
8 Watching television
9 Reading for pleasure
10 Other leisure activities

Number of hours

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - back & Neck pain 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Baseline No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your BACK or NECK for a month or longer that made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - arm & shoulder pain 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Baseline No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your ARM(S) or SHOULDER(S) for a month or longer that
made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - leg pain 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Baseline No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your LEG(S) for a month or longer that made it difficult or
impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - back & Neck pain 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 1 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your BACK or NECK for a month or longer that made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - arm & shoulder pain 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 1 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your ARM(S) or SHOULDER(S) for a month or longer that
made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - leg pain 2012 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 1 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your LEG(S) for a month or longer that made it difficult or
impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - back & Neck pain 2014 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 2 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your BACK or NECK for a month or longer that made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - arm & shoulder pain 2014 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 2 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your ARM(S) or SHOULDER(S) for a month or longer that
made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - leg pain 2014 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 2 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your LEG(S) for a month or longer that made it difficult or
impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Provision; Hours spent caring 2015 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 3 No

In an average week, roughly how many hours would you spend doing the following activities? (Please answer
each question)

1 Working in a paid job (whether employed or self-employed)
2 Giving personal care to someone in your home or family
3 Working in an unpaid job for others outside your home and family (e.g. as a volunteer for a charity)
4 Doing hobbies

Number of hours

HEAF
Receipt; Receipt of care/disability-related benefits 2015 50-120 50 120 Participant No Current HEAF Follow-up 3 No

Have you ever received any of the following benefits? (Please tick all that apply)

1 Incapacity benefit
2 Invalidity benefit
3 Disability Living Allowance (DLA)
4 Severe Disablement Allowance
5 Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
6 Employment and Support Allowance (ESA)
7 None of the above

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - back & Neck pain 2015 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 3 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your BACK or NECK for a month or longer that made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - arm & shoulder pain 2015 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 3 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your ARM(S) or SHOULDER(S) for a month or longer that
made it difficult or impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Need; Limited ADL completion - leg pain 2015 50-120 50 120 Participant No Past 12 months HEAF Follow-up 3 No

During the past 12 months, have you had pain in your LEG(S) for a month or longer that made it difficult or
impossible to get washed or dressed or do household chores?

No
Yes

HEAF
Receipt; Who helps 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the last four weeks who has provided the person you live with the help they have needed. Please tick all that apply

Me Nobody-needs were not met
Husband/wife/partner
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the last four weeks how many hours of help has someone you lived with usually received each week?

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Need; Help with ADLs & IADLs 2020 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 3 No

In the last four weeks have you needed help with personal task (washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) because you could not manage them alone?

Yes I needed help No

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2020 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 3 No

In the last four weeks who has provided you with the help you have needed. Please tick all that apply

Nobody-needs were not met
Husband/wife/partner
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2020 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 3 No

In the last four weeks how many hours of help have you usually received each week?

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Provision; Care to someone else 2020 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 3 No

In the last four weeks has someone you lived with needed help with personal task (washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) because they could not manage them alone?

Yes-someone I lived with needed help
No
Not applicable-live alone

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2020 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 3 No

In the last four weeks who has provided the person you live with the help they have needed. Please tick all that apply

Nobody-needs were not met
Husband/wife/partner
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2020 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 3 No

In the last four weeks how many hours of help has someone you lived with usually received each week?

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Receipt; Frequency of care 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past Week Nurse Home Schedule No

Altogether how many hours help have you received with these tasks in the last week

No help in the past week
Less than 1 hour
1-4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35-49 hours
50-99 hours
1000 hours or more

MRC
Provision; Care to someone else 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Is there anyone living with you who is sick, frail, or has a disability whom you look after or give special help to (for example, a sick, disabled, or older relative/husband/wife/friend etc.)

No
Yes

MRC
Provision; Who you help 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Who do you look after or help that lives with you?

Wife/husband/partner
Mother/mother-in-law
Father/father-in-law
Son/daughter
Grandchildren
Friend
other

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

If you (and your spouse) needed help with daily activities because of sickness, frailty or disability, who would be most likely to provide help?

Son (including stepson, adopted son or son in law)
Daughter (including stepdaughter, adopted daughter or daughter in law)
Other family member
Friends or neighbor (including voluntary helper)
Paid/professional help Other

MRC
Need; ADLs, IADLs 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past 12 Months Wave 1 No

Before the Coronavirus outbreak did you or a person you live with usually get help with regular personal tasks (washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) that cannot be managed alone?

No help needed
No help received
Help received for myself
Help received for someone I live with

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

Who provided this help? Please tick all that apply

Husband/wife/partner/self
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past Week Wave 1 No

Altogether how many hours help have you received with these tasks in the last week

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more

MRC
Provision; Change in care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past 12 Months Wave 1 No

Since the Coronavirus outbreak have you or someone you live with had a change in help needed and/or received?

Yes, there has been a change to the care needed or received
No change

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past Week Wave 1 No

Since the Coronavirus outbreak, how many hours help have you or someone you live with typically received each week?

0 hours. Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

Who provided this help? Please tick all that apply

“Husband/wife/partner/self
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other “

MRC
Need; Help with ADLs & IADLs 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the past month before the Coronavirus outbreak in March did you need help with personal tasks( washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) because you could not manage them alone?

Yes I needed help No

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the past month before the Coronavirus outbreak in March, who provided you with the help you needed? Please tick all that apply.

Nobody- needs were not met Husband/wife/partner/self
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past Week Wave 2 No

In the month before the Coronavirus outbreak in March how many hours of help did you usually get each week ?

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Need; Care to someone else 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the month before the Coronavirus outbreak in March did someone you lived with need help with personal tasks (washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) because they could not manage alone?

Yes-someone you lived with needed help
No
Not applicable-live alone

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the month before the Coronavirus outbreak in March who provided the person you live with the help they needed? Please tick all that apply.

Nobody-needs were not met
Me
My Husband/wife/partner
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the month before the Coronavirus outbreak in March how many hours of help did the person you live with usually get each week?

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Need; Help with ADLs & IADLs 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the last four weeks have you needed help with personal task (washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) because you could not manage them alone?

Yes I needed help No

MRC
Receipt; Who helps 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the last four weeks who has provided you with the help you have needed. Please tick all that apply

“Nobody-needs were not met
Husband/wife/partner
Son or daughter or other family member (include even if not blood related)
Friend or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Other “

MRC
Need; Frequency of care 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the last four weeks how many hours of help have you usually received each week?

Up to 4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35 hours or more”

MRC
Provision; Care to someone else 2019 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Wave 2 No

In the last four weeks has someone you lived with needed help with personal task (washing, dressing) or domestic tasks (shopping, providing meals) because they could not manage them alone?

Yes-someone I lived with needed help
No
Not applicable-live alone

MRC
Need; ADLs-dressing 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you dress and undress yourself, including putting on your shoes and socks, without aids/special items or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids/special items only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-transferring 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: getting in or out of a chair?

No
Yes

MRC
Need; ADLs-transferring 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you get in or out of a chair without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-transferring 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: getting in or out of bed?

No
Yes

MRC
Need; ADLs-transferring 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you get in and out of bed without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-walking 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: getting around indoors?

No
Yes

MRC
Need; ADLs-walking 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you get around indoors without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-toileting 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: using the toilet?

No
Yes
Not applicable

MRC
Need; ADLs-toileting 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you use the toilet without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-feeding 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: feeding yourself, including cutting up food?

No
Yes

MRC
Need; ADLs-feeding 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you feed yourself, including cutting up food, without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs, IADLs - who helps 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Please tell me about all the people on the list who have helped you with these tasks in the last month

No help received in past month
Husband/wife/partner
Son (including stepson, adopted son or son in law)
Daughter (including stepdaughter, adopted daughter or daughter in law)
Other family member
Friends or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Home care worker/home help/personal assistant
Member if reablement/intermediate care staff team
Occupational therapist/physiotherapist
Warden/sheltered housing manager
Cleaner
Other

MRC
Receipt; Frequency of care 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past Week Nurse Home Schedule No

Altogether how many hours help have you received with these tasks in the last week

No help in the past week
Less than 1 hour
1-4 hours
5-9 hours
10-19 hours
20-34 hours
35-49 hours
50-99 hours
1000 hours or more

MRC
Need; IADLs-managing medication 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: taking the right amount of medicines at the right time?

No
Yes
Not applicable (don’t take any medications)

MRC
Need; IADLs-home maintenance/housecleaning 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: doing routine housework or laundry?

No
Yes
Not applicable

MRC
Need; IADLs- meal preparation 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: preparing hot meals?

No
Yes
Not applicable

MRC
Need; IADLs-managing finances 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: doing paperwork and paying household bills?

No
Yes
Not applicable

MRC
Need; IADLs- shopping 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: shopping for food including getting to the shops, choosing the items, carrying the items home, and then unpacking and putting the items away?

No
Yes
Not applicable

MRC
Need; IADLs- managing transportation 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: getting out of the home, for example to go to the doctors or to visit a friend?

No
Yes
Not applicable

MRC
Need; IADLs-who helps 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Past month Nurse Home Schedule No

Please tell me about all the people on the list who have helped you with these tasks in the last month

No help received in past month
Husband/wife/partner
Son (including stepson, adopted son or son in law)
Daughter (including stepdaughter, adopted daughter or daughter in law)
Other family member
Friends or neighbor
Voluntary helper
Paid/professional help
Home care worker/home help/personal assistant
Member if reablement/intermediate care staff team
Occupational therapist/physiotherapist
Warden/sheltered housing manager
Cleaner
Other

MRC
Need; IADL- managing finances 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

On your present household income do you find (as a family)

That it’s really quite hard to manage
That you manage fairly well
That you mange comfortably

MRC
Need; IADLs- meal preparation & home maintenance 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

Is it difficult because of long term health problems for you to do any of the following activities? A) go shopping and carry a full bag of shopping in each hand? B) do heavy housework? C) prepare a hot meal

Yes
No

MRC
Need; ADLs-bathing 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

Is it difficult because of long term health problems for you to do any of the following activities? A) washing hands and face? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-bathing 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

b) bathing or showering? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-dressing 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

c) dressing or undressing? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-transferring 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

d) getting in or out of a chair ? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-transferring 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

e) getting to the toilet? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-toileting 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

f) using the toilet? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-feeding 2008 60-64 60 64 Participant No Current Nurse Clinic Schedule No

g) feeding yourself, including cutting up food? If yes can you do it without aids or personal help?

No
Yes

Yes
No, uses aid only but no personal help
No needs personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs, IADLs 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Postal Questionnaire No

The following question asks you to indicate the level of physical and mental fatigue (i.e., tiredness, exhaustion) you expect or imagine when competing each of the ten listed activities.

Leisurely walk for 30 minutes
Brisk walk for 1 hour
Light household activity for 1 hour (cleaning, cooking, dusting, baking, making beds, watering plants)
Heavy gardening or outdoor work for 1 hour (mowing [push], raking, weeding, planting)

Have you done this activity within the last month?

0 No Fatigue
1
2
3
4
5 Extreme Fatigue

1 YES
0 NO

MRC
Need; ADLs-walking 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty walking for a quarter of a mile on this level?

No
Yes
Not applicable, unable to walk

MRC
Need; ADLs-walking 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty walking up and down stairs?

No
Yes
Not applicable, cannot walk up and down stairs

MRC
Need; ADLs-walking 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

When walking up and down a flight of 12 stairs do you need to
a) Hold on?
b) Stop for a rest?
c) Go sideways or one step at a time?

No
Some of the time
Most/all of the time

MRC
Need; ADLs-grooming 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: Cutting your toenails?

No
Yes, some difficulty
Yes, a lot of difficulty

MRC
Need; ADLs-grooming 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you cut your toenails without personal help?

Yes
No

MRC
Need; ADLs-bathing 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: Bathing and/or showering (including getting into and out of the bath or shower)?

No
Yes, difficult to bath but not shower
Yes, difficult to bath and shower

MRC
Need; ADLs-bathing 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you bath or shower without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-bathing 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: Washing your hands and face?

No
Yes

MRC
Need; ADLs-bathing 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Can you wash your hands and face without aids or personal help?

Yes
No, uses aids only
No, uses personal help only
No needs aids and personal help

MRC
Need; ADLs-dressing 2014 68-70 68 70 Participant No Current Nurse Home Schedule No

Do you have difficulty with any of the following activities…: dressing and undressing yourself?

No
Yes

MRC
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2007 0-1 0 1 Participant No Current Phase 1 No

Are you receiving any benefits?

1 Income Support
2 Disability Living All
3 Carer’s All
4 Incapacity Be
5 New Deal
6 Council Tax Ben
7 Job Seekers All
8 Tax Credits
9 Housing Ben
10 Other (please give details below)

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2008 1-2 1 2 Participant No Current Phase 7 & 8 No

Are you receiving any benefits now?

1 Income Support
2 Tax Credits
3 Carers Allowance
4 Child Benefit
5 Incapacity Benefit
6 New Deal
7 Council Tax Benefit
8 Other (please give details below) More details
9 Job Seekers Allowance
10 Disability Living Allowance
11 Housing Benefit

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2010 2-4 2 4 Participant No Current Phase 9 No

Are you receiving any benefits now?

1 Income Support
2 Tax Credits
3 Carers Allowance
4 Child Benefit
5 Incapacity Benefit
6 New Deal
7 Council Tax Benefit
8 Other (please give details below) More details
9 Job Seekers Allowance
10 Disability Living Allowance
11 Housing Benefit

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2012 4-6 4 6 Participant No Current Phase 12 No

Do you receive the following benefit?

income support 1
disability living allowance DLA 2
carer’s all 3
council tax benefit 6
job seekers all JSA 7
housing benefit 9
child benefit 11
child tax credit 12
attendance allowance 13
working tax credits 14
healthy start 15
Employment and support allowance 16
Incapacity Benefit 17
Statutory Maternity pay 18
Maternity Allowance 19

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2011 3-4 3 4 Participant No Current Phase 10 No

Are you receiving any benefits?

Income Support 1
Disability Living Allowance DLA 2
Carer’s Allowance 3
Council Tax Benefit 6
Job seekers all JSA 7
Housing Benefit 9
Child Benefit 11
Child Tax Credit 12
Attendance Allowance 13
Working Tax Credits 14

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2015 7-8 7 8 Participant No Current Phase 13 No

Are you receiving Carer’s Allowance?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2015 7-8 7 8 Participant No Current Phase 13 No

Are you receiving Personal Independence Payment (PIP) (Previously Disability Living Allowance)?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2016 9-10 9 10 Participant No Current Phase 14 No

Are you receiving Carer’s Allowance?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2016 9-10 9 10 Participant No Current Phase 14 No

Are you receiving Personal Independence Payment (PIP) (Previously Disability Living Allowance)?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2016 9-10 9 10 Participant No Current Phase 14 No

Are you receiving Incapacity Benefit?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2019 12-13 12 13 Participant No Current Phase 15 No

Are you receiving Carer’s Allowance?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 2019 12-13 12 13 Participant No Current Phase 15 No

Are you receiving Personal Independence Payment (PIP) (Previously Disability Living Allowance)?

Yes
No

WCHADS
Receipt; Looked after as a child 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-70-R-main No

Throughout your childhood, up to the age of 15, did you ever live in a residential home or institution? (exclude public schools)

b) how old were you when you when that first happened? age

c) for how many years in all did you live in a home or institution?

Part 1:
Yes
No

Part 2:
Age years

Part 3:
No. of years

WOS
Provision; Details about care provided 2000 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W4-all-R-and-L-main No

Is there anyone who regularly depends on you for help or support?
By that I mean that you do things they couldn’t manage for
themselves because of illness, disability, old age or some other reason? Please don’t include any childcare you have just told me about

What relationship do they have to you?

What do you help with?

How many hours do you spend helping them in
an average week?

Does this person live in the same household as
you?

What relationship do they have to you?
(**if couple add 10 to code**)
spouse ……………………………….. 1
parent ………………………………… 2
parent in law ……………………… 3
brother/sister ………………………. 4
brother in law/sister in law …. 5
own child …………………………… 6
child (step, adopted etc.) …. 7
friend ………………………………….. 8
other (specify) ……………………. 9

What do you help with?
(code in order mentioned)
personal care …………………….. 1
(bathing, taking medicine etc.)
mobility round house …………. 2
household chores ………………. 3
(cleaning cooking etc.)
transportation outside ……….. 4
(take shopping etc.)
dealing with officials,
financial affairs etc. ………….. 5
companionship ………………….. 6
‘everything’ ………………………… 7
other (specify) ……………………. 8

How many hours do you spend helping them in
an average week?
(code hours per week)
col 6 How much of a strain is it?
a great strain ……………………… 1
quite a strain ……………………… 2
a moderate strain ……………… 3
not much of strain ……………… 4
no strain at all …………………….. 5

Does this person live in the same household as
you?
Resident in same household 1
Lives in another household … 2
Lives in an institution ………….. 3

WOS
Provision; How participant feels about being a carer 2000 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W4-all-R-and-L-main No

Looking at the faces scales, which face shows best how you
feel about doing the caring work that you’ve just told me
about?

Participant picks one face from a range of portrayed emotions

WOS
Provision; How many days spent caring 2000 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W4-all-R-and-L-main No

Thinking overall about all the help or caring you give,
excluding childcare, in the last four weeks on how many
days have you been involved in this type of caring?

Number of days

WOS
Provision; Time spent caring 2000 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W4-all-R-and-L-main No

On an average day when you did this type of caring how
long did you spend on it (including travelling)?

Hours and mins

WOS
Provision; Details about care provided 2007 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W5-all-R-and-L-main No

Is there anyone who regularly depends on you for help or support? By that I mean that you do things they couldn’t manage for themselves because of illness, disability or old age or some other reason? Please don’t include any childcare you have just told me about.

What relationship do they have to you?

What do you help with?

How many hours do you spend helping them in an average week?

How much of a strain is it?

Does the person live in the same household as you?

Part 1:
Yes
No

Part 2:
Spouse
Parent
Parent-in-law
brother/sister
brother-in-law/sister-in-law
own child
child (step, adopted etc.)
Friend other

Part 3:
personal care (bathing, taking medicine etc.)
mobility round house
household chores (cleaning, cooking etc.)
transportation outside (take shopping etc.)
dealing with officials, financial affairs etc.
Companionship
‘everything’
errands (do shopping, get pension, post letters etc.)
Other

Part 4:
Number of hours

Part 5:
a great strain
quite a strain
a moderate strain
not much of a strain
no strain at all

Part 6:
resident in same household
lives in another household
lives in an institution

WOS
Provision; Number of days and hours spent caring 2007 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W5-all-R-and-L-main No

Thinking overall about the help or caring you give, excluding childcare, in the last four weeks on how many days have you been involved in this type of caring?

On an average day when you did this type of caring, how long did you spend on it (including travelling)?

Part 1:
Number of days

Part 2:
Number of hours

WOS
Receipt; Partner living in care home 2007 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W5-all-R-and-L-main No

Why do you not live together [with partner]?

What kind of institution does he/she live in?

Part 1:
Separated
Husband/wife/partner living in an institution
Respondent living in an institution
Husband/wife/partner working away from home
Respondent working away from home

Part 2:
Nursing home/ other care home
Hospital/hospice
Prison
Other

WOS
Provision; Providing care to relatives 1987 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W1-30-R-and-L-social No

a) What is the main reason that you are not looking for work? Are there any other reasons?

illness/disability
looking after relative
too old to get job
lack of skills
out of work too long
too much competition
never worked
looking after home
in education
financially not worth while
other (specify)

WOS
Provision; Details about care provided 1987 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W1-30-R-and-L-social No

Part 1:
Is there anyone who regularly depends on you for help
or support? By that I mean that you do things they
couldn’t manage for themselves?

Part 2:
what relationship do they have to you?

Part 3:
how many hours do you spend helping them in an average week?

Part 4:
how much of a strain is it?

Part 5:
what do you help with?….

Part 1:
yes
no

Part 2:
(**if couple add 10 to code**) them in an average week?….
spouse
parent
parent in law
brother/sister
child
friend
neighbour
other (specify)…

Part 3:
code hours per week

Part 4:
a great strain
quite a strain
a moderate strain
not much of a strain
no strain at all

Part 5:
(code in order mentioned)
personal care (bathing, taking medicine etc.)….1
mobility round house…………………………. 2
household chores (cleaning, cooking etc.)……. 3
transportation outside (take shopping etc.)……. 4
dealing with officials, financial affairs etc.……. 5
companionship…………………………………6
child minding…………………………………. 7
other (specify)………………………………… 8

WOS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 1987 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W1-30-R-and-L-social No

Part 1:
There are a lot of different ways in which people get income. Looking at the list can you tell me which of these your husband/wife/partner and yourself gets income from?

Part 2:
Which of these provides the largest part of your income?

Part 1:
disability pension
industrial injury benefit
attendance allowance
mobility allowance
invalid care allowance

Part 2:
Select benefit which applies.

WOS
Need; Member of household needing care 1987 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W1-50-R-and-L-nurse No

Part 1:
Does anyone in your household suffer from any longstanding
illness, disability or infirmity?

Part 2:
Which member(s) of your household is this?

Part 3:
Does [household member name] have trouble with:
a) getting out on his / her own?
b) getting around inside the house?
c) washing or dressing him/herself?
d) going to the toilet?
e) bathing him/herself?
f) feeding him/herself?

Part 4:
Who is most involved in looking after [household member name]?

Part 1:
Yes
No
Don’t know

Part 2: Open response.

Part3:
Yes
No
DK

Part 4: Open response.

WOS
Provision; Looking after dependent relative 1987 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W1-70-R-and-L-youngpersonint No

Everyone has certain things they have to do around the house. How often do you have to do the following?

1 make your bed…
2 the washing up
3 wash/iron clothes
4 food shopping for household
5 help prepare meals
6 look after younger child/dep relative
7 vacuum/hoover house

WOS
Receipt; Participant been in care 1995 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W2-30-and-50-R-main No

Thinking back to the time of your childhood now, who did you live with for most of the time between ages 5 and 15?

Both parents
Adoptive parent(s)
Live with Mother and other male (name of male
Father and other female (name of female)
Mother alone
Father alone
Mother then father or vice versa
Foster parent(s)
Other relative(s) (name of male head)
Combination of people
Residential care
Don’t know

WOS
Need; Ability to complete IADLs e.g. walk in street 1995 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W2-30-and-50-R-main No

Does it [previously specified condition] affect your ability to?

walk in the street
climb steps or stairs
bend to pick things up
reach behind, stretch or turn
grip and lift objects

WOS
Receipt; Amount received from benefits 1995 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W2-30-and-50-R-main No

Can I ask you how much income you personally receive from..(source)?

14..sickness benefit/statutory sick pay
15..invalidity benefit
16..community charge benefit
17..severe disablement allowance
18..industrial injury or disablement allowance
19..attendance allowance
20..invalid care allowance
21..mobility allowance
22..other mobility/disability allowances

WOS
Provision; Details about care provided 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

Is there anyone who regularly depends on you for help or support?
By that I mean that you do things they couldn’t manage for
themselves because of illness, disability, old age or some other reason? Please don’t include any childcare you have just told me about

What relationship do they have to you?

What do you help with?

How many hours do you spend helping them in
an average week?

Does this person live in the same household as
you?

What relationship do they have to you?
(**if couple add 10 to code**)
spouse ……………………………….. 1
parent ………………………………… 2
parent in law ……………………… 3
brother/sister ………………………. 4
brother in law/sister in law …. 5
own child …………………………… 6
child (step, adopted etc.) …. 7
friend ………………………………….. 8
other (specify) ……………………. 9

What do you help with?
(code in order mentioned)
personal care …………………….. 1
(bathing, taking medicine etc.)
mobility round house …………. 2
household chores ………………. 3
(cleaning cooking etc.)
transportation outside ……….. 4
(take shopping etc.)
dealing with officials,
financial affairs etc. ………….. 5
companionship ………………….. 6
‘everything’ ………………………… 7
other (specify) ……………………. 8

How many hours do you spend helping them in
an average week?
(code hours per week)
col 6 How much of a strain is it?
a great strain ……………………… 1
quite a strain ……………………… 2
a moderate strain ……………… 3
not much of strain ……………… 4
no strain at all …………………….. 5

Does this person live in the same household as
you?
Resident in same household 1
Lives in another household … 2
Lives in an institution ………….. 3

WOS
Provision; How participant feels about being a carer 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

Looking at the faces scales, which face shows best how you
feel about doing the caring work that you’ve just told me
about?

Range of happy to sad faces

WOS
Provision; How many days spent caring 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

Thinking overall about all the help or caring you give,
excluding childcare, in the last four weeks on how many
days have you been involved in this type of caring?

Number of days

WOS
Provision; Time spent caring 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

On an average day when you did this type of caring how
long did you spend on it (including travelling)?

Hours and mins

WOS
Provision; Impact of caring on caregiver 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

I’d like you think in general about all the time you spend on caring for other people, not including children. I am going to show you a card which has on it a set of statements which might describe how you feel about all these activities. I would like you to tell me whether each statement is true for you…

1 makes me feel isolated
7 leaves me plenty of time
for myself
2 is full of stress
8 is too frantic and hurried
3 is interesting and challenging
9 lets me feel important and worth while
4 can be quite lonely 10 allows me to set my own pace of life
5 leaves me mentally tired out at the end of the day
11 causes me a lot of worry
6 lets me make full use of my abilities
12 is too routine

For all data items:
very frequently
quite frequently
only occasionally
never

WOS
Receipt; Income from care-related benefits 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

Does your household have any income from
any of these sources?

Sickness benefits
16 …… statutory sick pay (SSP)
17 …… incapacity benefit (previously invalidity benefit))
18 …… severe disablement allowance
19 …… industrial injuries disablement benefit
20 …… attendance allowance
21 …… invalid care allowance
22 …… disability living allowance
23 …… disability working allowance
24 …… reduced earnings allowance
25 …… retirement allowance
26 …… other mobility/disability allowances

For all data items:
yes
no
refused don’t know

WOS
Receipt; Looked after as a child 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-30-and-50-R-main_2012_08 No

Throughout your childhood, up to the age of 15, did you ever live in a residential home or institution?

Yes
No

WOS
Provision; Details about care provided 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-70-R-main No

Is there anyone who regularly depends on you for help or support?
By that I mean that you do things they couldn’t manage for
themselves because of illness, disability, old age or some other reason? Please don’t include any childcare you have just told me about

What relationship do they have to you?

What do you help with?

How many hours do you spend helping them in
an average week?

Does this person live in the same household as
you?

What relationship do they have to you?
(**if couple add 10 to code**)
spouse ……………………………….. 1
parent ………………………………… 2
parent in law ……………………… 3
brother/sister ………………………. 4
brother in law/sister in law …. 5
own child …………………………… 6
child (step, adopted etc.) …. 7
friend ………………………………….. 8
other (specify) ……………………. 9

What do you help with?
(code in order mentioned)
personal care …………………….. 1
(bathing, taking medicine etc.)
mobility round house …………. 2
household chores ………………. 3
(cleaning cooking etc.)
transportation outside ……….. 4
(take shopping etc.)
dealing with officials,
financial affairs etc. ………….. 5
companionship ………………….. 6
‘everything’ ………………………… 7
other (specify) ……………………. 8

How many hours do you spend helping them in
an average week?
(code hours per week)
col 6 How much of a strain is it?
a great strain ……………………… 1
quite a strain ……………………… 2
a moderate strain ……………… 3
not much of strain ……………… 4
no strain at all …………………….. 5

Does this person live in the same household as
you?
Resident in same household 1
Lives in another household … 2
Lives in an institution ………….. 3

WOS
Provision; How many days spent caring 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-70-R-main No

Thinking overall about all the help or caring you give,
excluding childcare, in the last four weeks on how many
days have you been involved in this type of caring?

Number of days

WOS
Provision; Time spent caring 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-70-R-main No

On an average day when you did this type of caring how
long did you spend on it (including travelling)?

Hours and mins

WOS
Provision; Impact of caring on caregiver 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-70-R-main No

I’d like you think in general about all the time you spend on caring for other people, not including children. I am going to show you a card which has on it a set of statements which might describe how you feel about all these activities. I would like you to tell me whether each statement is true for you…

1 makes me feel isolated
7 leaves me plenty of time
for myself
2 is full of stress
8 is too frantic and hurried
3 is interesting and challenging
9 lets me feel important and worth while
4 can be quite lonely 10 allows me to set my own pace of life
5 leaves me mentally tired out at the end of the day
11 causes me a lot of worry
6 lets me make full use of my abilities
12 is too routine

For all data items:
very frequently
quite frequently
only occasionally
never

WOS
Receipt; Receipt of care-related benefits 1997 15-120 15 120 Participant No Current W3-70-R-main No

Does your household have any income from
any of these sources?

Sickness benefits
16 …… statutory sick pay (SSP)
17 …… incapacity benefit (previously invalidity benefit))
18 …… severe disablement allowance
19 …… industrial injuries disablement benefit
20 …… attendance allowance
21 …… invalid care allowance
22 …… disability living allowance
23 …… disability working allowance
24 …… reduced earnings allowance
25 …… retirement allowance
26 …… other mobility/disability allowances

For all data items:
yes
no
refused don’t know

WOS
Provision; Combining paid work and caring 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about combining your paid work and caring responsibilities, which of the following statements best describes your current situation?

Please tick one box:

Not in paid work:
I am not in paid employment because of my caring responsibilities
I am not in paid employment for other reasons (e.g. Retired)

In paid employment:
I am in paid employment and I feel supported by my employer
I am in paid employment but I don’t feel supported by my employer
I do not need any support from my employer to combine my work and caring responsibilities

Self-employed:
I am self-employed and I am able to balance my work and caring
Responsibilities
I am self-employed but I am unable to balance my work and caring
Responsibilities

SACE
Provision; Length of time been a carer 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

About how long have you been looking after or helping the person you care for?

Less than 6 months
Over 6 months but less than a year
Over 1 year but less than 3 years
Over 3 years but less than 5 years
Over 5 years but less than 10 years
Over 10 years but less than 15 years
Over 15 years but less than 20 years
20 years or more

SACE
Provision; Time each week spent caring 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

About how long do you spend each week looking after or helping the person you care for?

Please tick one box:
0-9 hours per week
10-19 hours per week
20-34 hours per week
35-49 hours per week
50-74 hours per week
75-99 hours per week
100 or more hours per week
Varies – Under 20 hours per week
Varies – 20 hours or more per week
Other
If other please specify:

SACE
Provision; Caring activities 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Past year Sweep 2021 No

Over the last 12 months, what kinds of things did you usually do for the person you care for?

Please tick all that apply:
Personal care?
(Things like dressing, bathing, washing, shaving, cutting nails, feeding, using the toilet)
Physical help?
(Such as helping with walking, getting up and down stairs, getting into and out of bed)
Helping with dealing with care services and benefits?
(Things like making appointments and phone calls, filling in forms)
Helping with paperwork or financial matters?
(Such as writing letters, sending cards, filling in forms, dealing with bills, banking)
Other practical help?
(Things like preparing meals, doing his/her shopping, laundry, housework, gardening, decorating, household repairs, taking to doctor’s or hospital)
Keeping him/her company?
(Things like visiting, sitting with, reading to, talking to, playing cards or games)
Taking him/her out?
(Such as taking out for a walk or drive, taking to see friends or relatives)
Giving medicines?
(Things like making sure he/she takes pills, giving injections, changing dressings)
Keeping an eye on him/her to see he/she is all right?
Giving emotional support?
Other help?

SACE
Provision; Carer's own disabilities/diseases 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Do you have any of the following?

A physical impairment or disability
Sight or hearing loss
A mental health problem or illness
A learning disability or difficulty
A long-standing illness
Other
None of the above

SACE
Provision; Age of carer 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

How old are you?

Age in years

SACE
Provision; Gender of carer 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Are you male or female?

Male
Female

SACE
Provision; Number of children carer has aged 18 or under 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

How many children aged 18 or under do you have parental responsibility for?

0
1
2
3
4+

SACE
Provision; Carer ethnicity 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

To which of these groups do you consider you belong?

Please tick one box:

White:
English / Welsh / Scottish / Northern Irish / British
Irish
Gypsy or Irish Traveller
Any other White background

Mixed / multiple ethnic groups:
White and Black Caribbean
White and Black African
White and Asian
Any other Mixed / Multiple background

Asian / Asian British:
Indian
Pakistani
Bangladeshi
Chinese
Any other Asian background

Black / African / Caribbean / Black British:
African
Caribbean
Any other Black / African / Caribbean background

Other ethnic group:
Arab
Any other background

Prefer not to say

SACE
Receipt; Help completing questionnaire 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Did someone help you to complete this questionnaire?

Please tick one box:
Yes
No

SACE
Receipt; Carer's support during the COVID-19 pandemic 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about your experiences during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the support or services you and the person you care for have received from Social Services?

Please tick one box:
We didn’t receive any support or services from Social Services during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
I am extremely satisfied
I am very satisfied
I am quite satisfied
I am neither satisfied nor dissatisfied
I am quite dissatisfied
I am very dissatisfied
I am extremely dissatisfied

SACE
Provision; Carer's social contact during COVID-19 pandemic 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about how much social contact you had with people you like during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which of the following statements best describes your social situation during this time?

I had as much social contact as I want with people I like
I had some social contact with people but not enough
I had little social contact with people and felt socially isolated

SACE
Provision; Carer's personal safety during COVID-19 pandemic 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about your personal safety during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, which of the statements best describes how you felt during this time?

By ‘personal safety’ we mean feeling safe from fear of abuse, being attacked or other physical harm. We do not mean feeling safe from fear of contracting coronavirus.

I had no worries about my personal safety
I had some worries about my personal safety
I was extremely worried about my personal safety

SACE
Provision; Was carer consulted during COVID-19 pandemic 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about your experiences during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, did you feel you were involved or consulted as much as you wanted to be, in discussions about the support or services provided to the person you care for?

There were no discussions that I am aware of, during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
I always felt involved or consulted
I usually felt involved or consulted
I sometimes felt involved or consulted
I never felt involved or consulted

SACE
Provision; Opportunity for carer to share other experiences 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Please use the space provided below to describe any other experiences you would like to tell us about, or to write any other comments you would like to make?

[The question above is for local use and can be omitted. Councils do not need to return the data to NHS Digital for this question.]

Open response question

SACE
Provision; Diseases/disabilities of person being cared for 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Does the person you care for have….?

Dementia
A physical disability
Sight or hearing loss
A mental health problem
Problems connected to ageing
A learning disability or difficulty
Long-standing illness
Terminal illness
Alcohol or drug dependency

SACE
Provision; Does person being cared for live with carer 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Where does the person you care for usually live?

With me
Somewhere else

SACE
Receipt; Carer satisfaction with services received 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Overall, how satisfied or dissatisfied are you with the support or services you and the person you care for have received from Social Services in the last 12 months?

We haven’t received any support or services from Social Services in the last 12 months
I am extremely satisfied
I am very satisfied
I am quite satisfied
I am neither satisfied nor dissatisfied
I am quite dissatisfied
I am very dissatisfied
I am extremely dissatisfied

SACE
Provision;Receipt; Use of services by person being cared for 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Has the person you care for used any of the support or services listed below in the last 12 months?

They may be provided by different organisations, such as a voluntary organisation, a private agency or Social Services.

a. Support or services allowing you to take a break from caring at short notice or in an emergency

b. Support or services allowing you to take a break from caring for more than 24 hours

c. Support or services to allow you to have a rest from caring for between 1 and 24 hours (eg. a sitting service)

d. Personal assistant

e. Home care/home help

f. Day centre or day activities

g. Lunch club

h. Meals Services

i. Equipment or adaptation to their home (such as a wheelchair or handrails)

j. Lifeline Alarm

k. They are permanently resident in a care home

[It is possible for councils to add options to question 5 above for local use such as supported employment or special college. Responses to any additional options should not be returned to NHS Digital]

For each data item:
Yes
No
Don’t know

SACE
Receipt; Carer's use of support services 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Have you used any of the support or services listed below, to help you as a carer over the last 12 months?

They may be provided by different organisations, such as a voluntary organisation, a private agency or Social Services. Please do not include any unpaid help from family and friends.

a. Information and advice
b. Support from carers groups or someone to talk to in confidence
c. Training for carers
d. Support to keep you in employment

[It is possible for councils to add options to question 6 above for local use such as advocacy for carers, help with household tasks and gardening and practical help to complete forms. Responses to any additional options should not be returned to NHS Digital]

Yes
No
Don’t know

SACE
Provision; How carer spends time 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Which of the following statements best describes how you spend your time?

When you are thinking about what you do with your time, please include anything you value or enjoy, including formal employment, voluntary or unpaid work, caring for others and leisure activities.

I’m able to spend my time as I want, doing things I value or enjoy
I do some of the things I value or enjoy with my time but not enough
I don’t do anything I value or enjoy with my time

SACE
Provision; Carer's control over own life 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Which of the following statements best describes how much control you have over your daily life?

I have as much control over my daily life as I want
I have some control over my daily life but not enough
I have no control over my daily life

SACE
Provision; Whether carer looks after themselves 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about how much time you have to look after yourself – in terms of getting enough sleep or eating well – which statement best describes your present situation?

I look after myself
Sometimes I can’t look after myself well enough
I feel I am neglecting myself

SACE
Provision; Carer's own personal safety 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about your personal safety, which of the statements best describes your present situation?
By ‘personal safety’ we mean feeling safe from fear of abuse, being attacked or other physical harm.

I have no worries about my personal safety
I have some worries about my personal safety
I am extremely worried about my personal safety

SACE
Provision; Carers' level of social contact 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about how much social contact you’ve had with people you like, which of the following statements best describes your social situation?

I have as much social contact as I want with people I like
I have some social contact with people but not enough
I have little social contact with people and feel socially isolated

SACE
Receipt; Carers' encouragement and support 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about encouragement and support in your caring role, which of the following statements best describes your present situation?

I feel I have encouragement and support
I feel I have some encouragement and support but not enough
I feel I have no encouragement and support

SACE
Provision; Caring responsibilities for multiple people 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

Thinking about the other people you have caring responsibilities for, which of the following best describes your current situation? Please exclude the person you spend most time helping.

I don’t have caring responsibilities for anyone else
I always have enough time to care for them
I sometimes have enough time to care for them
I never have enough time to care for them

SACE
Provision; How carer health is affected by caring role 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Past year Sweep 2021 No

In the last 12 months, has your health been affected by your caring role in any of the ways listed below?

Please tick all that apply:
Feeling tired
Feeling depressed
Loss of appetite
Disturbed sleep
General feeling of stress
Physical strain (e.g. back)
Short tempered/ irritable
Had to see own GP
Developed my own health conditions
Made an existing condition worse
Other
No, none of these

SACE
Provision; Has caring role caused financial difficulties 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Past year Sweep 2021 No

In the last 12 months, has caring caused you any financial difficulties?

No, not at all
Yes, to some extent
Yes, a lot

SACE
Receipt; How easy support information is to obtain 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Past year Sweep 2021 No

In the last 12 months, have you found it easy or difficult to find information and advice about support, services or benefits? Please include information and advice from different sources, such as voluntary organisations and private agencies as well as Social Services.

I have not tried to find information or advice in the last 12 months
Very easy to find
Fairly easy to find
Fairly difficult to find
Very difficult to find

SACE
Receipt; Why it is hard to find support information 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

If you found it difficult to find information and advice, please tell us why and what we can do to make it easier for you.

[The “please tell us why” box is optional. Responses obtained should not be returned to NHS Digital]

Open response question

SACE
Receipt; How helpful has information been in the last year 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Past year Sweep 2021 No

In the last 12 months, how helpful has the information and advice you have received been? Please include information and advice from different organisations, such as voluntary organisations and private agencies as well as Social Services.

I have not received any information or advice in the last 12 months
Very helpful
Quite helpful
Quite unhelpful
Very unhelpful

SACE
Receipt; How to improve carer's help and advice 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

If you found the information and advice you received unhelpful, please tell us why and what we can do to make it more helpful for you

[The “please tell us why” box is optional. Responses obtained should not be returned to NHS Digital]

Open response question

SACE
Receipt; Has carer been consulted as much as they wanted to be 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

In the last 12 months, do you feel you have been involved or consulted as much as you wanted to be, in discussions about the support or services provided to the person you care for?

There have been no discussions that I am aware of, in the last 12 months
I always felt involved or consulted
I usually felt involved or consulted
I sometimes felt involved or consulted
I never felt involved or consulted

SACE
Provision; Carer's employment status 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

In addition to your caring role, please tell us which of the following also applies to you?

Please tick all that apply:
Retired
Employed full-time
Employed part-time (working 30 hours or less)
Self-employed full-time
Self-employed part-time
Not in paid work
Doing voluntary work
Other

SACE
Provision; Age of person being cared for 2021 18-120 18 120 Carer No Current Sweep 2021 No

How old is the person you care for?

Age in years
(If you don’t know the exact age, please give an approximate one – the person cared for should be aged 18 or over)

SACE
Provision; Care/Care for others 2008 18-19 18 19 Participant No Current Wave 5 No

Do you regularly look after any ill, disabled, or elderly relatives or friends aged 15 or more and in need of care without being paid. This includes both people who live here with you and those who live elsewhere.

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know Refused

LSYPE 
Provision; Care/Care for others 2009 19-20 19 20 Participant No Current Wave 6 No

Do you regularly look after any ill, disabled, or elderly relatives or friends aged 15 or more and in need of care without being paid. This includes both people who live here with you and those who live elsewhere.

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know Don’t want to answer

LSYPE 
Provision; Care/Care for others 2010 20-21 20 21 Participant No Current Wave 7 No

Do you regularly look after any ill, disabled, or elderly relatives or friends aged 15 or more and in need of care without being paid. This includes both people who live here with you and those who live elsewhere.

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know Don’t want to answer

LSYPE 
Provision; Care/Care for others 2015 24-25 24 25 Participant No Current Wave 8 No

Do you regularly look after any ill, disabled, or elderly relatives or friends aged 15 or more and in need of care without being paid. This includes both people who live here with you and those who live elsewhere.

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know Don’t want to answer

LSYPE 
Provision; Care 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

Some people your age may have to look after people. This could be a brother or sister, a relative or someone else who is disabled or sick. Is there anyone like this who lives here with you that you have to look after on a regular basis?

1. Yes- in this household
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Who you care for 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

Who do you look after?

1. Father/mother
2. Grandfather/mother
3. Brother/sister
4. Another adult- related
5. Another adult-not related
6. Another child-related
7. Another child-not related
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

About how many hours a week would you say that you usually spend looking after this person (these people) or doing things for them?

Enter the number of hours Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; ADL/IADL- frequency of care 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

How many hours a week would you say that you spend doing household chores such as cooking, cleaning, washing up and gardening?

Enter the number of hours Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

Is there anyone living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly who you look after or give special help to other than in a professional capacity. For example, a sick or disabled or elderly relative/husband/wife/child/friend/parent etc..?

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

About how long do you spend each week looking after or helping this person/these people who lives/live with you?

1. 1. 0-19 hours per week
2. 20-34 hours per week
3. 35-49 hours per week
4. 50-99 hours per week
5. 100 or more hours per week
6. Varies-under 20 hours
7. Varies- 20 hours or more
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care for others 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

Is there anyone not living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly who you look after or give special help to other than in a professional capacity. For example, a sick or disabled or elderly relative/husband/wife/child/friend/parent etc..?

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2004 14-15 14 15 Participant No Current Wave 1 No

About how long do you spend each week looking after or helping this person/these people who does not /do not live with you?

1. 1. 0-19 hours per week
2. 20-34 hours per week
3. 35-49 hours per week
4. 50-99 hours per week
5. 100 or more hours per week
6. Varies-under 20 hours
7. Varies- 20 hours or more
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

Some people your age may have to look after people. This could be a brother or sister, a relative or someone else who is disabled or sick. Is there anyone like this who lives here with you that you have to look after on a regular basis?

1. Yes- in this household
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Who you care for 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

Who do you look after?

1. Father/mother
2. Grandfather/mother
3. Brother/sister
4. Another adult- related
5. Another adult-not related
6. Another child-related
7. Another child-not related
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

About how many hours a week would you say that you usually spend looking after this person (these people) or doing things for them?

Enter the number of hours Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; ADL/IADL- frequency of care 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

How many hours a week would you say that you spend doing household chores such as cooking, cleaning, washing up and gardening?

Enter the number of hours Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

Is there anyone living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly who you look after or give special help to other than in a professional capacity. For example, a sick or disabled or elderly relative/husband/wife/child/friend/parent etc..?

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

About how long do you spend each week looking after or helping this person/these people who lives/live with you?

1. 1. 0-19 hours per week
2. 20-34 hours per week
3. 35-49 hours per week
4. 50-99 hours per week
5. 100 or more hours per week
6. Varies-under 20 hours
7. Varies- 20 hours or more
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care for others 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

Is there anyone not living with you who is sick, disabled or elderly who you look after or give special help to other than in a professional capacity. For example, a sick or disabled or elderly relative/husband/wife/child/friend/parent etc..?

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2005 15-16 15 16 Participant No Current Wave 2 No

About how long do you spend each week looking after or helping this person/these people who does not /do not live with you?

1. 1. 0-19 hours per week
2. 20-34 hours per week
3. 35-49 hours per week
4. 50-99 hours per week
5. 100 or more hours per week
6. Varies-under 20 hours
7. Varies- 20 hours or more
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care for others 2006 16-17 16 17 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

Some people your age may have to look after people. This could be a brother or sister, a relative or someone else who is disabled or sick. Is there anyone like this who lives here with you that you have to look after on a regular basis?

1. Yes- in this household
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Who you care for 2006 16-17 16 17 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

Who do you look after?

1. Father/mother
2. Grandfather/mother
3. Brother/sister
4. Another adult- related
5. Another adult-not related
6. Another child-related
7. Another child-not related
Don’t know

LSYPE 
Provision; Frequency of care 2006 16-17 16 17 Participant No Current Wave 3 No

About how many hours a week would you say that you usually spend looking after this person (these people) or doing things for them?

Enter the number of hours Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Provision; Care/Care for others 2007 17-18 17 18 Participant No Current Wave 4 No

Do you regularly look after any ill, disabled, or elderly relatives or friends aged 15 or more and in need of care without being paid. This includes both people who live here with you and those who live elsewhere.

1. Yes
2. No
Don’t Know

LSYPE 
Need; Difficulty with ADLs & receipt of allowances 2006 66-82 66 82 Participant No Current 8yr Re-survey No

Do you:
-have difficulty bathing or dressing yourself?
-have difficulty walking up a flight of stairs?
-receive a disability living allowance,
-attendance allowance or blue badge?
-receive a carer’s allowance?

Yes
No

MWS
Need; Difficulty with ADLs & receipt of allowances 2010 70-86 70 86 Participant No Current 12yr Re-survey No

Do you:
-have difficulty bathing or dressing yourself?
-have difficulty walking up a flight of stairs?
-have a disability allowance, attendance
allowance or blue badge?

Yes
No

MWS
Need, Receipt; Difficulty with ADLs & receipt of help 2013 73-89 73 89 Participant No Current 15 yr Re-survey No

Do you find any of the following tasks difficult?

Do you need help with any of the above tasks?

Part 1:
walking
climbing stairs
dressing
washing
shopping
preparing meals

Part 2:
Yes
No

MWS
Provision; Provision of care for others & hours caring 2013 73-89 73 89 Participant No Current 15 yr Re-survey No

Do you regularly care for family members or others because of their health, disability or other problems?

If Yes, how many days a week?

Part 1:
Yes
No

Part 2:
Days per week.

MWS
Need, Receipt; Difficulty with ADLs 2018 78-92 78 92 Participant No Current 20 yr Re-survey No

Do you find any of the following tasks difficult?

Walking?
Climbing stairs?
Dressing?
Washing?
Shopping?
Preparing meals?

MWS
Need; Housebound/Bedbound 2018 78-92 78 92 Participant No Current 20 yr Re-survey No

Are you now:

Housebound
Bedbound
Neither

MWS
Provision; Caring for others & how much 2018 78-92 78 92 Participant No Current 20 yr Re-survey No

Do you regularly care for family members or others because of their health, disability or other problems?

How much caring do you do?

Part 1:
Yes
No

Part 2:
Hours a day
Days a week

MWS
Provision; Who does person care for? 2018 78-92 78 92 Participant No Current 20 yr Re-survey No

Is the person you provide most care for

Husband/partner
Parent
Child
Other

MWS
Provision; What problem does care recipient have? 2018 78-92 78 92 Participant No Current 20 yr Re-survey No

What health, disability or other problem do they [person participant cares for] have?

Dementia
Cancer
Other

MWS
Provision; How long spent caring 2018 78-92 78 92 Participant No Current 20 yr Re-survey No

How long have you been caring for them?

Years (0 if less than 1)

MWS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer 2014 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2014 No

Data item collected as:
Lives with family carer
This item will record whether an individual lives with a family carer.
It is intended to capture where people are living with a family member who may or may not be providing care,

Person does not live with a family carer
Person lives with a family carer, relationship not known
Parent
Sibling
Son/Daughter
Other relative
The family carer is not related
Partner/spouse
Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Receipt of day centre or alternative 2014 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2014 No

Data item collected as:
Day Centre and Alternative Opportunities
These items will record the day opportunities including centre and non-centre based opportunities that the person is currently engaged in.

Attends a day centre:
Enter number of hours per week which person attends a day centre (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not attend a day centre
Person attends a day centre, amount of time not specified
Not known

Has alternative opportunities:
Enter number of hours per week which person has alternative opportunities (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not have alternative opportunities
Person has alternative opportunities, amount of time not specified
Not known

LDSS
Receipt; Person service status 2013 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2013 No

Data item collected as:
Person Service Status
This item will record the current service status of the person i.e. whether or not the Council is currently funding a service. This information will assist the LDSS team with time series analysis.

01 Person is receiving a Council-funded service
02 Person is not receiving a Council-funded service
03 Person deceased
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Accomodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2013 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2013 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation Type:
This item will record the type of accommodation in which the person is normally resident.

01 Homeless
02 Mainstream housing without support
03 Mainstream housing with support
04 Mainstream housing support status unknown
05 Special Housing
06 Sheltered Housing
07 Supported accommodation
08 Specialist Rehabilitation Units
09 Registered adult care homes
10 Registered child care accommodation
11 NHS Facilities/hospitals
12 Penal institutions
13 Independent hospitals
14 Independent hospices
15 Mobile accommodation
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer 2013 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2013 No

Data item collected as:
Lives with family carer
This item will record whether an individual lives with a family carer.
It is intended to capture where people are living with a family member who may or may not be providing care,

Person does not live with a family carer
Person lives with a family carer, relationship not known
Parent
Sibling
Son/Daughter
Other relative
The family carer is not related
Partner/spouse
Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Receipt of day centre or alternative 2013 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2013 No

Data item collected as:
Day Centre and Alternative Opportunities
These items will record the day opportunities including centre and non-centre based opportunities that the person is currently engaged in.

Attends a day centre:
Enter number of hours per week which person attends a day centre (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not attend a day centre
Person attends a day centre, amount of time not specified
Not known

Has alternative opportunities:
Enter number of hours per week which person has alternative opportunities (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not have alternative opportunities
Person has alternative opportunities, amount of time not specified
Not known

LDSS
Receipt; Person service status 2012 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2012 No

Data item collected as:
Person Service Status
This item will record the current service status of the person i.e. whether or not the Council is currently funding a service. This information will assist the LDSS team with time series analysis.

01 Person is receiving a Council-funded service
02 Person is not receiving a Council-funded service
03 Person deceased
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Accommodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2012 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2012 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation Type:
This item will record the type of accommodation in which the person is normally resident.

01 Homeless
02 Mainstream housing without support
03 Mainstream housing with support
04 Mainstream housing support status unknown
05 Special Housing
06 Sheltered Housing
07 Supported accommodation
08 Specialist Rehabilitation Units
09 Registered adult care homes
10 Registered child care accommodation
11 NHS Facilities/hospitals
12 Penal institutions
13 Independent hospitals
14 Independent hospices
15 Mobile accommodation
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer 2012 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2012 No

Data item collected as:
Lives with family carer
This item will record whether an individual lives with a family carer.
It is intended to capture where people are living with a family member who may or may not be providing care,

Person does not live with a family carer
Person lives with a family carer, relationship not known
Parent
Sibling
Son/Daughter
Other relative
The family carer is not related
Partner/spouse
Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Receipt of day centre or alternative 2012 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2012 No

Data item collected as:
Day Centre and Alternative Opportunities
These items will record the day opportunities including centre and non-centre based opportunities that the person is currently engaged in.

Attends a day centre:
Enter number of hours per week which person attends a day centre (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not attend a day centre
Person attends a day centre, amount of time not specified
Not known

Has alternative opportunities:
Enter number of hours per week which person has alternative opportunities (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not have alternative opportunities
Person has alternative opportunities, amount of time not specified
Not known

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer 2019 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2019 No

Data item collected as:
Number of adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities who do/do not live with a family carer

Lives with a family carer
Does not live with a family carer
Not known

LDSS
Provision; Types of family carer 2019 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2019 No

Data item collected as:
Types of family carer with whom adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities live

Parent
Sibling
Son/daughter
Partner/spouse
Other relative
Not related

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer - age 2019 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2019 No

Data item collected as:
Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities who do/do not live with a family carer by age (does not include Glasgow City)

Do live with
Don’t live with

Responses for all data items:
Lives with a parent carer
Lives with other family carer
Lives with a family carer not specified
Does not live with family carer
Not recorded
Age range as recorded

LDSS
Receipt; Accommodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2019 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2019 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation type for adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities

Mainstream accommodation – no support
Mainstream accommodation – with support
Mainstream – support unknown
Supported accommodation
Registered adult care home
Other

LDSS
Need; No. of adults with learning disabilities known to local authority 2018 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2018 No

Data item collected as:
Number of adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities who do/do not live with a family carer

Lives with a family carer
Does not live with a family carer
Not known

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer - age 2018 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2018 No

Data item collected as:
Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities who do/do not live with a family carer by age

Do live with
Don’t live with

Responses for all data items:
Lives with a parent carer
Lives with other family carer
Lives with a family carer not specified
Does not live with family carer
Not recorded
Age range as recorded

LDSS
Need; No. of adults with learning disability known to local authority 2018 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2018 No

Data item collected as:
Types of family carer with whom adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities live

Parent
Sibling
Son/daughter
Partner/spouse
Other relative
Not related

LDSS
Receipt; No. of adults living in accommodation by carer status 2018 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2018 No

Number of adults living in the same accommodation by family carer status

Adults who live with a family carer – number of
Adults who do not live with a family carer – number of
Not recorded – number of
All adults – number of

LDSS
Receipt; Accommodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2018 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2018 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation type for adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities

Mainstream accommodation – no support
Mainstream accommodation – with support
Mainstream – support unknown
Supported accommodation
Registered adult care home
Other

LDSS
Receipt; Day centre attendance - hours 2018 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2018 No

Day centre attendance hours and alternative opportunity use by adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities

Attends a day centre fewer than 30 hours
Attends a day centre 30 hours or more
Attends a day centre 30 hours or more
Does not attend day centre
Not recorded
Fewer than 10 hours
10-19.75 hours
20-29.75 hours
30+ hours
Time not specified
Does not attend a day centre
Not recorded
Uses alternative opportunities

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer 2017 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2017 No

Data item collected as:
Lives with family carer
The data provided should only include individuals you have had contact with within the last year (since April 2016). The data provided should be the latest available information you have for this person.

Person does not live with a family carer
Person lives with a family carer, relationship not known
Parent
Sibling
Son/Daughter
Other relative
The family carer is not related
Partner/spouse
Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Accommodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2017 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2017 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation Type
The data provided should only include individuals you have had contact with within the last year (since April 2016). The data provided should be the latest available information you have for this person.

01 Homeless
02 Mainstream housing without support
03 Mainstream housing with support
04 Mainstream housing support status unknown
05 Special Housing
06 Sheltered Housing
07 Supported accommodation
08 Specialist Rehabilitation Units
09 Registered adult care homes
10 Registered child care accommodation
11 NHS Facilities/hospitals
12 Penal institutions
13 Independent hospitals
14 Independent hospices
15 Mobile accommodation
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Person service status 2017 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2017 No

Data item collected as:
Person Service Status
This item will record the current service status of the person i.e. whether or not the Council is currently funding a service. This information will assist the LDSS team with time series analysis.

01 Person is receiving a Council-funded service
02 Person is not receiving a Council-funded service
03 Person deceased
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Receipt of day centre or alternative 2017 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2017 No

Data item collected as:
Day Centre and Alternative Opportunities
These items will record the day opportunities including centre and non-centre based opportunities that the person is currently engaged in.

Attends a day centre:
Enter number of hours per week which person attends a day centre (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not attend a day centre
Person attends a day centre, amount of time not specified
Not known

Has alternative opportunities:
Enter number of hours per week which person has alternative opportunities (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not have alternative opportunities
Person has alternative opportunities, amount of time not specified
Not known

LDSS
Receipt; Person service status 2015 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2015 No

Data item collected as:
Person Service Status
This item will record the current service status of the person i.e. whether or not the Council is currently funding a service. This information will assist the LDSS team with time series analysis.

01 Person is receiving a Council-funded service
02 Person is not receiving a Council-funded service
03 Person deceased
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Accommodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2015 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2015 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation Type:
This item will record the type of accommodation in which the person is normally resident.

01 Homeless
02 Mainstream housing without support
03 Mainstream housing with support
04 Mainstream housing support status unknown
05 Special Housing
06 Sheltered Housing
07 Supported accommodation
08 Specialist Rehabilitation Units
09 Registered adult care homes
10 Registered child care accommodation
11 NHS Facilities/hospitals
12 Penal institutions
13 Independent hospitals
14 Independent hospices
15 Mobile accommodation
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Adults with learning disabilities who live/don't live with carer 2015 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2015 No

Data item collected as:
Lives with family carer
This item will record whether an individual lives with a family carer.
It is intended to capture where people are living with a family member who may or may not be providing care,

Person does not live with a family carer
Person lives with a family carer, relationship not known
Parent
Sibling
Son/Daughter
Other relative
The family carer is not related
Partner/spouse
Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Receipt of day centre or alternative 2015 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2015 No

Data item collected as:
Day Centre and Alternative Opportunities
These items will record the day opportunities including centre and non-centre based opportunities that the person is currently engaged in.

Attends a day centre:
Enter number of hours per week which person attends a day centre (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not attend a day centre
Person attends a day centre, amount of time not specified
Not known

Has alternative opportunities:
Enter number of hours per week which person has alternative opportunities (in 15 minute increments)
Person does not have alternative opportunities
Person has alternative opportunities, amount of time not specified
Not known

LDSS
Receipt; Person service status 2014 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2014 No

Data item collected as:
Person Service Status
This item will record the current service status of the person i.e. whether or not the Council is currently funding a service. This information will assist the LDSS team with time series analysis.

01 Person is receiving a Council-funded service
02 Person is not receiving a Council-funded service
03 Person deceased
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Receipt; Accommodation type - adults with learning disabilities 2014 0-120 0 120 Participant No Past year 2014 No

Data item collected as:
Accommodation Type:
This item will record the type of accommodation in which the person is normally resident.

01 Homeless
02 Mainstream housing without support
03 Mainstream housing with support
04 Mainstream housing support status unknown
05 Special Housing
06 Sheltered Housing
07 Supported accommodation
08 Specialist Rehabilitation Units
09 Registered adult care homes
10 Registered child care accommodation
11 NHS Facilities/hospitals
12 Penal institutions
13 Independent hospitals
14 Independent hospices
15 Mobile accommodation
-99 Not Known

LDSS
Need; ADL-moving 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to get on a bus? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL- transferring 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to go up and down stairs? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL - light housework 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to do the light housework? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL - heavy housework 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to do the heavy housework? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL- shopping 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to shop and carry heavy bags (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-moving 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to reach an overhead shelf (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-moving 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to tie a good knot in a piece of string (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL- dressing 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to put on your shoes and socks or stockings? (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Do you have difficulty with household tasks such as making yourself a cup of tea?

0. No
1. Yes
2. Impossible
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL- managing finances 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Have you needed any help recently to check your change after spending small amounts of money?

0. No
1. Yes
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-toileting 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to get to or use the toilet? (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Who helps 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Does anyone help you with any of the day to day tasks I’ve just asked about?

0. No
1. Yes
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Who helps 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Who usually helps?

A No-one
B Spouse
C Daughter
D Daughter-in-law E Son
F Son-in-law G Brother
H Sister I Other relative
J Friend or Neighbour K Home help
L Care worker
M Meals on wheels
N Community worker O Community nurse P Warden
Q Paid help
R Other (specify)
S Not applicable

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Day to day activities 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Do they help every day, most days or less often?

0. Every day
1. Most days
2. Less often
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Who else helps 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Does anyone else help?

A No-one
B Spouse
C Daughter
D Daughter-in-law E Son
F Son-in-law G Brother
H Sister I Other relative
J Friend or Neighbour K Home help
L Care worker
M Meals on wheels
N Community worker O Community nurse P Warden
Q Paid help
R Other (specify)
S Not applicable

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-(all) 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Establish a degree of mobility of subject

1. Usually ambulant non house bound
2. Usually ambulant house bound
3. Chairfast permanently
4. Bedfast permanently
7. Unable to establish mobility

CFAS_MRC
Receipt; Accommodation 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Establish type of accommodation

1. House/Flat
2. Granny Flat
3. Warden Controlled Flat
4. Council Residential Home
5. Private Residential Home
6. Private/Charity Nursing Home
7. Long Stay Hospital
8. Not established

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL- grooming 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

I would like to know if you are able, or if you have any difficulty with the following activities:

Are you able to cut your own toenails? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty cutting your own toenails?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-bathing 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to wash all over or bathe? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty washing all over or bathing?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-moving 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to get on a bus? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL- transferring 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to go up and down stairs? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL - heavy housework 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to do the heavy housework? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL- shopping 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to shop and carry heavy bags (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL- meal preparation 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to prepare and cook a hot meal? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-moving 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to reach an overhead shelf (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-moving 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to tie a good knot in a piece of string (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL- dressing 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to put on your shoes and socks or stockings? (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-toileting 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to get to or use the toilet? (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL - light housework 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Are you able to do the light housework? (If YES: Do you have difficulty?)

0. Needs help
1. Yes, some difficulty
2. Yes, no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Who helps 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Does anyone help you with any of the day to day tasks I’ve just asked about?

0. No
1. Yes
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Who helps 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Who usually helps?

A No-one
B Spouse
C Daughter
D Daughter-in-law E Son
F Son-in-law G Brother
H Sister I Other relative
J Friend or Neighbour K Home help
L Care worker
M Meals on wheels
N Community worker O Community nurse P Warden
Q Paid help
R Other (specify)
S Not applicable

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Day to day activities 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Do they help every day, most days or less often?

0. Every day
1. Most days
2. Less often
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-(all) 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Prevalence Screen Questionnaire No

Establish a degree of mobility

1. Usually ambulant non house bound
2. Usually ambulant house bound
3. Chairfast permanently
4. Bedfast permanently
7. Unable to establish mobility

CFAS_MRC
Need; IADL- managing finances 1999 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC- Assessment Questionnaire No

Needs help with money

0. No
1. Yes

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL- grooming 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

I would like to know if you are able, or if you have any difficulty with the following activities:

Are you able to cut your own toenails? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty cutting your own toenails?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Need; ADL-bathing 2000 65-84 65 84 Participant No Current MRC Questionnaire No

Are you able to wash all over or bathe? (IF YES: Do you have difficulty washing all over or bathing?)

0. (No), needs help
1. (Yes), some difficulty
2. (Yes), no difficulty
7. Don’t know
8. No answer
9. Not asked

CFAS_MRC
Provision; Caring responsibilities 2018 17-17 17 17 Participant No Currently MCS7 (Age 17 Survey) No

Taking account of all the unpaid help you give, including travelling time, about how long did you spend looking after people last week?

1 0-2 hours
2 3-4 hours
3 5-9 hours
4 10-19 hours
5 20-29 hours
6 30 hours or more

None

MCS
Provision; Caring responsibilities 2018 17-17 17 17 Participant No Currently MCS7 (Age 17 Survey) No

Please tell us who you care for.

1 Your mother
2 Your father
3 Your brother(s)
4 Your sister(s)
5 Your grandmother(s)
6 Your grandfather(s)
7 Somebody else (PLEASE WRITE IN)

None

MCS
Provision; Caring responsibilities 2018 17-17 17 17 Participant No Currently MCS7 (Age 17 Survey) No

Some people have extra responsibilities because they look after someone who has long- term physical or mental health difficulties or disability, or problems related to old age. ADD INFO BUTTON: “For example: cooking, cleaning, shopping, providing nursing and personal care, and giving emotional support.”
Do you regularly look after anyone who is ill, disabled or elderly and in need of care, without being paid? This includes both people who live with you and those who live elsewhere. Please do not include caring you do for others that you do in a professional capacity (i.e. as a job).

1 Yes
2 No

None

MCS
Provision; Contacts received by local authority and source of contact 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Contacts received during the year, by local authority and source of contact

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CA/003a: Self
CA/003b: Relative
CA/003c: Friend or neighbour
CA/003d: Early intervention prevention service (Step-up)
CA/003e: Health
CA/003f: Education
CA/003g: Housing
CA/003h: Police CA/003i: Probation
CA/003j: Third Sector Organisation
CA/003k: Local Authority

StatsWales
Provision; New assessments completed for children by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

New assessments completed for children during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/006: The total number of new assessments completed for children during the year

StatsWales
Provision; Assessments completed for children completed within statutory timescales 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

New assessments completed for children during the year that were completed within statutory timescales, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/012: The number of new assessments completed for children during the year that were completed within statutory timescales

StatsWales
Provision; New assessments completed for children undertaken in secure estate 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Data Provider: Welsh GovernmentExperimental StatisticsNew assessments completed for children during the year undertaken in secure estate, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/010: The number of new assessments completed for children during the year undertaken in secure estate

StatsWales
Provision; Children placed on protection register by local authority, category of abuse & age 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children placed on the child protection register during the year, by local authority, category of abuse and age

This measure is divided into the fillowing data items:
CH/023a: Neglect
CH/023b: Physical abuse
CH/023c: Sexual abuse
CH/023d: Emotional abuse
CH/023e: Financial abuse
CH/023f: Neglect and physical abuse
CH/023g: Physical and sexual abuse
CH/023h: Neglect and sexual abuse
CH/023i: Neglect, physical and sexual Abuse

Response scale for all data items:
Aged under 1
Aged 1-4
Aged 5-9
Aged 10-15
Aged 16-18
Age Total

StatsWales
Provision; Strategy Meetings and Section 47 enquiries by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Strategy Meetings and Section 47 enquiries completed during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/020: The number of Initial Strategy Meetings for children concluded during the collection year
CH/021: The number of Strategy Meetings held during the year that progressed to Section 47 enquiries
CH/022: The total number of Section 47 Enquiries completed during the year that progressed to Initial Child Protection Conference

StatsWales
Provision; Children placed on & removed from child protection register by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children placed on and removed from the child protection register during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/024: Of those children who were placed on the child protection register during the year, the number that has been previously registered under any category, at any time during the previous 12 months
CH/025: The number of initial child protection conferences held during the collection year that were held within statutory timescales
CH/027: The total number of initial core group meetings held during the year
CH/028: The total number of initial core group meetings held during the year that were held within statutory timescales
CH/035: The total number of days on the child protection register for children who were removed from the register during the year
CH/036: The total number of children removed (de-registered) from the child protection register during the year

StatsWales
Need; Children not deemed at risk of significant harm at child protection conference 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children during the year not deemed to be at risk of significant harm at child protection conference, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Responsd scale for all local authorities:
CH/023j: The number of children during the year not deemed to be at risk of significant harm at child protection conference but still have need for Care and Support
CH/023k: The number of children during the year not deemed to be at risk of significant harm at child protection conference and no additional eligible needs were identified

StatsWales
Need; Number of pre-birth child protection conferences convened by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of pre-birth child protection conferences convened during the year by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CA3/002: Number of pre-birth child protection conferences convened during the year

StatsWales
Need; Children on child protection register per 10,000 population aged under 18 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children on the child protection register at 31 March per 10,000 population aged under 18 by local authority and year

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/026: Children on the child protection register at 31 March
Population aged under 18
Children on the child protection register at 31 March per 10,000 population aged under 18

StatsWales
Provision; Children with a care and support plan by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children with a care and support plan at 31 March, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for local authorities:
CH/015: The total number of children with a care and support plan at 31 March
CH/016: The total number of children with a care and support plan where needs a met through a Direct Payment at 31 March

StatsWales
Provision; Staff of local authority social services departments by post title (pre 2014-15) 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Staff of local authority social services departments by local authority and post title (pre 2014-15)

Data collected from 2004-2014 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
Total central management and support services (CMSS)
Total social work services for adults (SWSA)
Total social work services for children and young people (SWSCYP)
Total hospital/clinic settings (H/CS)
Total domiciliary services for adults (DSA)
Total domiciliary services for children (DSC)
Total Central management and support, social work and domiciliary services (STF1)
Total residential services for elderly and elderly mentally infirm people (RSEEMIP)
Total residential services for adults with physical or sensory disabilities (RSAPSD)
Total residential services for adults with learning disabilities (RSALD)
Total residential services for adults with mental health problems (RSAMHP)
Total residential services for children and young people (RSCYP)
Total residential family centres
Total residential services (STF2)
Total Day/Community Services for elderly and elderly mentally infirm people (D/CSEEMIP)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with physical and sensory disabilities (D/CSAPSD)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with learning disabilities (D/CSALD)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with mental health problems (D/CSAMHP)
Total Day/Community Services for children and families – family care centres (D/CSCFFCS)
Total Day/community services (STF3)
Total staff (STF)

StatsWales
Provision; Staff of local authority social services depts by post title (2014-15 onwards) 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Staff of local authority social services departments by local authority and post title (2014-15 onwards)

Data collected from 2014-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
Total central management and support services (CMSS)
Total social work services for adults (SWSA)
Total social work services for children and young people (SWSCYP)
Total hospital/clinic settings (H/CS)
Total domiciliary services for adults (DSA)
Total domiciliary services for children (DSC)
Total Central management and support, social work and domiciliary services (STF1)
Total residential services for elderly and elderly mentally infirm people (RSEEMIP)
Total residential services for adults with physical or sensory disabilities (RSAPSD)
Total residential services for adults with learning disabilities (RSALD)
Total residential services for adults with mental health problems (RSAMHP)
Total residential services for children and young people (RSCYP)
Total residential family centres
Total residential services (STF2)
Total Day/Community Services for elderly and elderly mentally infirm people (D/CSEEMIP)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with physical and sensory disabilities (D/CSAPSD)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with learning disabilities (D/CSALD)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with mental health problems (D/CSAMHP)
Total Day/Community Services for children and families – family care centres (D/CSCFFCS)
Total Day/community services (STF3)
Total staff (STF)

StatsWales
Provision; Whole time equivalent staff of social services departments 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Whole time equivalent staff of local authority social services departments (all years)

From 2004 to 2019 this measure is divided into a considerable amount of data items. These are:
Total Central management and support, social work and domiciliary services (STF1)
Total central management and support services (CMSS)
Total social work services for adults (SWSA)
Total social work services for children and young people (SWSCYP)
Total hospital/clinic settings (H/CS)
Total domiciliary services for adults (DSA)
Total domiciliary services for children (DSC)
Total residential services (STF2)
Total residential services for elderly and elderly mentally infirm people (RSEEMIP)
Total residential services for adults with physical or sensory disabilities (RSAPSD)
Total residential services for adults with learning disabilities (RSALD)
Total residential services for adults with mental health problems (RSAMHP)
Total residential services for children and young people (RSCYP)
Total residential family centres
Total Day/Community Services for elderly and elderly mentally infirm people (D/CSEEMIP)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with physical and sensory disabilities (D/CSAPSD)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with learning disabilities (D/CSALD)
Total Day/Community Services for adults with mental health problems (D/CSAMHP)
Total Day/Community Services for children and families – family care centres (D/CSCFFCS)

Number of staff for each data item is recorded for each year

StatsWales
Provision; School attendance of children receiving care by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

School attendance of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 under the following data items:
Attendance rate
Authorised absence rate
Unauthorised absence rate

Each year data is given for all local authorites as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

StatsWales
Need; Eligibility for free school meals and SENs of children receiving care 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Eligibility for free school meals and special educational needs of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 under the following data items:
Percentage of children with eligibilty for free school meals
Percentage of children with special educational needs subject to school action or school action plus
Percentage of children with a statement of special educational needs

Each year data is given for all local authorites as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

StatsWales
Provision; Educational attainment of children receiving care by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Educational attainment of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 under the following data items:
Percentage of children achieving the foundation phase indicator
Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at key stage 2
Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at key stage 3
Percentage of children achieving the level 1 threshold at key stage 4
Percentage of children achieving the level 2 threshold at key stage 4
Percentage of children achieving the level 2 threshold including English/Welsh and Mathematics at key stage 4
Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at key stage 4
Average wider points score at key stage 4
Average capped points score at key stage 4

Each year data is given for all local authorites as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

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Provision; Assessments by local authority and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Assessments by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Number of children and families who received advice or assistance from the information advice and assistance service during the year
Number of assessments of need for care and support undertaken during the year
Of those, the number that led to a care and support plan
Number of assessments of need for support for young carers undertaken during the year
Of those, the number that led to a support plan
Number of assessments of need for care and support for children undertaken during the year whilst in the secure estate
Of those, the number that led to a care and support plan
Number of requests for repeat assessment of need for care and support and need for support made by a child, young carer or person with parental responsibility during the year
Of those, the number of repeat assessments undertaken
Of those, the number of repeat assessments that led to a care and support plan or support plan
Number of care and support plans and support plans for young carers that were reviewed during the year
Of those, the number that were reviewed within agreed timescales

StatsWales
Provision; Quantitative social services performance measures - Adults 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Quantitative social services performance measures – Adults

Data collected from 2016-2019 under the following data items:
PM18. The percentage of adult protection enquiries completed within 7 days
PM19. The rate of delayed transfers of care for social care reasons per 1,000 population aged 75 or over
PM20a. The percentage of adults who completed a period of reablement and have a reduced package of care and support 6 months later
PM20b. The percentage of adults who completed a period of reablement and have no package of care and support 6 months later
PM21. The average length of time adults (aged 65 or over) are supported in residential care homes (days)
PM22. Average age of adults entering residential care homes
PM23. The percentage of adults who have received advice and assistance from the information, advice and assistance service and have not contacted the service for 6 months

Response scale for all data items:
Numerator
Denominator
Performance Measure
Lower Quartile
Upper Quartile

StatsWales
Provision; Quantitative social services performance measures - Children and Care Leavers 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Quantitative social services performance measures – Children and Care Leavers

Data collected from 2016-2019 under the following data items:
PM24. The percentage of assessments completed for children within statutory timescales
PM25. The percentage of children supported to remain living within their family at 31 March
PM26. The percentage of looked after children returned home from care during the year
PM27. The percentage of re-registrations of children on local authority Child Protection Registers
PM28. The average length of time for all children who were on Child Protection Registers during the year (days)
PM29a. Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at Key Stage 2
PM29b. Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at Key Stage 4
PM30. The percentage of children seen by a registered dentist within 3 months of becoming looked after
PM31. The percentage of children looked after at 31 March who were registered with a GP within 10 working days of the start of their placement
PM32. The percentage of looked after children who have experienced 1 or more changes of school, during a period or periods of being looked after, which were not due to transitional arrangements, in the year to 31 March
PM33. The percentage of looked after children on 31 March who have had three or more placements during the year
PM34a. The percentage of all care leavers who are in education, training or employment at 12 months after leaving care
PM34b. The percentage of all care leavers who are in education, training or employment at 24 months after leaving care
PM35. The percentage of care leavers who have experienced homelessness during the year

Response scale for all data items:
Numerator
Denominator
Performance Measure
Lower Quartile
Upper Quartile

StatsWales
Provision; Contacts received for adults by social services by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Contacts received for adults by statutory social services during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all locsal authorities:
AD/001: The number of contacts for adults received by statutory Social Services during the year
AD/002: The number of contacts for adults received by statutory Social Services during the year where advice or assistance was provided

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Provision; New assessments completed for adults during the year, by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

New assessments completed for adults during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all locsal authorities:
AD/004: The number of new assessments completed for adults during the year

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Provision; Services for adults started during the year, by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Services for adults started during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
AD/015a: Residential Care
AD/015b: Domiciliary Care
AD/015c: Day Care
AD/015d: Short Breaks

StatsWales
Need; Adults suspected of being at risk by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults suspected of being at risk, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
AS/001: Number of adults suspected of being at risk of abuse or neglect reported during the year
AS/002: Number of adults reported more than once for the same category of abuse or neglect during the year
AS/003: Number of adults reported for different categories of abuse or neglect during the year

StatsWales
Need; Reports of adult suspected of being at risk during year, by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Reports of an adult suspected of being at risk received during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
AD/020: The total number of reports of an adult suspected of being at risk received during the year

StatsWales
Need; Reports received during year, by local authority, age and category of abuse 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Reports received during the year, by local authority, age and primary category of abuse

AD/022a: Neglect
AD/022b: Physical abuse
AD/022c: Sexual abuse
AD/022d: Emotional or Psychological abuse
AD/022e: Financial abuse

Response scale for all local atuhrities:
Aged 18-24
Aged 25-34
Aged 35-44
Aged 45-54
Aged 55-64
Aged 65-74
Aged 75-84
Aged 85 and over

StatsWales
Need; Ethnicity of the adult suspected of being at risk, by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Ethnicity of the adult suspected of being at risk, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
AS/004.3a: White
AS/004.3b: Mixed ethnic group
AS/004.3c: Asian or Asian British
AS/004.3d: Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
AS/004.3e: Other Ethnic Group
AS/004.3f: Information not obtained
AS/004.3g: Information refused
AS/004.3: Total

StatsWales
Need; Enquiries concluded during year, by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Enquiries concluded during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
AD/023: The total number of reports of an adult suspected of being at risk where it is necessary for enquires to be made
AD/024: The total number of enquiries completed within 7 working days from the receipt of the reported alleged abuse
AD/026: The total number of enquiries where it was determined that additional action should be taken
AD/027: The total number of enquiries where the individual refused to participate in the identified action

StatsWales
Provision; Contacts received for adult carers by social services by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Contacts received for adult carers by statutory social services during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
CA/001: The total number of contacts to statutory social services by adult carers or professionals contacting the service on their behalf received during the year
CA/002: The number of contacts by adult carers received by statutory Social Services during the year where advice or assistance was provided

StatsWales
Provision; Contacts received for adult carers by local authority and source of contact 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Contacts received for adult carers during the year, by local authority and source of contact

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
CA/003a: Self
CA/003b: Relative
CA/003c: Friend or neighbour
CA/003d: Early intervention prevention service (Step-up)
CA/003e: Health
CA/003f: Education
CA/003g: Housing
CA/003h: Police CA/003i: Probation
CA/003j: Third Sector Organisation
CA/003k: Local Authority

StatsWales
Need; Carers needs assessments for adults undertaken by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Carers needs assessments for adults undertaken during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CA/004: The total number of carers needs assessments for adults undertaken during the year

StatsWales
Provision; Contacts received for adults during year by local authority and source of contact 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Contacts received for adults during the year, by local authority and source of contact

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CA/003a: Self
CA/003b: Relative
CA/003c: Friend or neighbour
CA/003d: Early intervention prevention service (Step-up)
CA/003e: Health
CA/003f: Education
CA/003g: Housing
CA/003h: Police CA/003i: Probation
CA/003j: Third Sector Organisation
CA/003k: Local Authority

StatsWales
Provision; Adults with a care and support plan by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults with a care and support plan at 31 March, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
AD/012: The number of adults with a care and support plans at 31 March
AD/013: The total number of adults with a care and support plan where needs a met through a Direct Payment at 31 March

StatsWales
Provision; Contacts received for children by social services by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Contacts received for children by statutory social services during the year, by local authority

Data collected from 2020-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
CH/001: The number of contacts for children received by statutory Social Services during the year
CH/002: The number of contacts for children received by statutory Social Services during the year where advice or assistance was provided

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by local authority and age group 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by local authority and age group

Data collected from 2017-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Resonse scale for all local authorities:
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 years and over
All Ages

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by local authority and gender 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by local authority and gender

Data collected from 2017-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities (number of children):
Male
Female
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by local authority and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by local authority and looked after status

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Respojnse scale for all local authorities (number of childre):
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children receiving care and support, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by local authority and disability 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by local authority and disability

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities (number of children):
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by age group and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by age group and looked after status

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all children:
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children receiving care and support, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by ethnicity and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by ethnicity and looked after status

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities.

This measure was collected under the following data items:
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian BritishIncludes Chinese and Chinese British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained

Response scale for all local authorities (number of children):
Children looked after at 31 MarchChildren looked after may also have been on the child protection register at 31st March.
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children receiving care and support, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by local authority and category of need 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by local authority and category of need

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authrities (number of children):
Abuse or neglect
Child’s disability or illness
Parental disability or illness
Family in acute stress
Family dysfunction
Socially unacceptable behaviour
Absent parenting
Adoption disruption
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by looked after status and disability 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by looked after status and disability

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities.

This measure was collected under the following data items:
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children receiving care and support, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March

Response scale for all data items (number of children)
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support by category of need and disability 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by category of need and disability

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities.

This measure was collected under the following data items:
Abuse or neglect
Child’s disability or illness
Parental disability or illness
Family in acute stress
Family dysfunction
Socially unacceptable behaviour
Absent parenting
Adoption disruption

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Dental checks of children receiving care by local authority & looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Dental checks of children receiving care and support by local authority, looked after status and measure

Children receiving care and support by local authority and category of need

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Dental checks up to date
Dental checks not up to date
Children for whom dental check information was available
Dental check information not available
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Child health surveillance checks by local authority, looked after status and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Child health surveillance checks by local authority, looked after status and measure

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities (number of children):
Child health checks up to date
Child health checks not up to date
Children for whom child health check information was available
Child health check information not available
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Disabilities of children receiving care and support by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Disabilities of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities.

This measure was collected under the following data items:
Percentage of children with a disability
Percentage of children with a mobility disability
Percentage of children with a manual dexterity disability
Percentage of children with a physical co-ordination disability
Percentage of children with a continence disability
Percentage of children unable to lift, carry or otherwise move everyday objects
Percentage of children with a speech, hearing and eye sight disability
Percentage of children with a memory disability
Percentage of children unable to perceive the risk of physical danger

Each year data is given for all data items as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

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Need; Health of children receiving care and support by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Health of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities.

This measure was collected under the following data items:
Percentage of children with up-to-date immunisationsChildren with immunisations up to date are recorded as having received all the immunisations that a child of their age should have received by the census date.
Percentage of children with up-to-date dental checks (for children aged 5 and over)Children with up to date dental checks are defined as those who have had their teeth checked by a dentist during the twelve months to 31st March
Percentage of children with substance misuse problems (for children aged 10 and over).
Percentage of children with mental health problems (for children aged 10 and over
Percentage of children with up-to-date child health surveillance checks (for children aged 0 to 5)
Percentage of children with autistic spectrum disorder

Each year data is given for all data items as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

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Provision; Parental factors of children receiving care and support by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Parental factors of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities.

This measure was collected under the following data items:
Parental substance of alcohol misuse
Parental learning disabilities
Parental mental ill health
Parental physical ill health
Domestic abuse

Each year data is given for all data items as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

StatsWales
Provision; Youth offending of children receiving care and support by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Youth offending of children receiving care and support by measure and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Each year data is given for all local authorites as:
Numerator
Denominator
Percentage / average

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care per 10,000 population by local authority & year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support per 10,000 population by local authority and year

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Each year data is given for all local authorites per 10,000 of the population.

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care and support on the Child Protection Register 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support on the Child Protection Register by local authority, category of abuse and gender

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities (number of children):
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
-Male
-Female
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March

StatsWales
Provision; Immunisation status of children receiving care and support by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Immunisation status of children receiving care and support by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Immunisations up to date
Immunisations not up to date
Children for whom immunisations information was available
Immunisations information not available
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Need; Mental health status of children receiving care and support by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Mental health status of children receiving care and support by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Child mental ill health at 31st March
No child mental ill health at 31st March
Children for whom mental health information was available
Mental health information not available
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Substance misuse status of children receiving care by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Substance misuse status of children receiving care and support by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2017-2020 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Response scale for all local authorities (number of children):
Child substance misuse at 31st March
No child substance misuse at 31st March
Children for whom substance misuse information was available
Substance misuse information not available
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after by local authority and ethnicity (Prior to April 2016) 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and ethnicity (Prior to April 2016)

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all local authorities:
White (number of children)
Mixed (number of children)
Asian or Asian British (number of children)
Black or Black British (number of children)
Other ethnic groups (number of children)
Unknown (number of children)
Total looked after children (number of children)

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after during year to 31 March by local authority and need 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children starting to be looked after during year to 31 March by local authority and need for care

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all local authorities:
Disability (number of children)
Parental illness or disability (number of children)
Abuse or neglect (number of children)
Family in acute stress (number of children)
Family dysfunction (number of children)
Socially Unacceptable Behaviour (number of children)
Absent Parenting (including child given up for adoption) (number of children)
Adoption disruption (number of children)
Total children starting to be looked after by need for care (number of children)

StatsWales
Provision; Episodes finishing for children looked after during year by local authority and reason 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Episodes finishing for children looked after during year to 31 March by local authority and reason for finishing

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all local authorities (number of episodes):
Episode ceases and new episode begins on same or next day
Adopted (adoption order granted by court on date episode ceased) is subdivided into
– Adopted, application unopposed
– Adopted, consent dispensed with
Died
Care taken over by another LA in the UK
Returned home to live with parents, relatives or other person with parental responsibility
Special guardianship order made to former foster carers
Special guardianship order made to carers other than former foster carers
Moved into independent living arrangement and no longer looked after: supportive accommodation providing formalised advice/support arrangements (e.g. most hostels, YMCAs, foyers, and care leavers projects)
Moved into independent living arrangement and no longer looked after: accommodation providing no formalised advice/support arrangements (e.g. B&B, bedsit, own flat, living with friends)
Transferred to care of adult social services
Sentenced to custody
Period of being looked after ceased for any other reason
Turned 18 years old and continuing to live with former foster parent(s) in a When I Am Ready arrangement
Total

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Provision; Short breaks for children looked after by local authority and placement 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Short breaks for children looked after by local authority and placement

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Total looked after children (number of children)
Foster placements (number of children)
Placements in residential settings (number of children)

StatsWales
Provision; Short breaks for children looked after by local authority and placement 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Short breaks for children looked after by local authority and placement

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Total children starting to be looked after by need for care is subdivided into
-Family in acute stress or family dysfunction (number of children)
-Disability (number of children)
-Parental illness or disability (number of children)
-Other need for care (number of children)
Total children starting to be looked after by need for care (number of children)

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after per 10,000 population under 18 by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March per 10,000 population aged under 18 by local authority and year

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

For each year number is given per 10,000 for each local authority.

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after by local authority and ethnicity 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and ethnicity

Data collected from 2017-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authorities:
White
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Asian or Asian British
Mixed ethnic groups
Other ethnic group
Information not obtained
Total looked after children

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after by local authority and location of placement 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and location of placement

Data collected from 2007-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Inside local authority in Wales (number of children)
Outside local authority in Wales (number of children)
Placed outside of Wales (number of children)
No Postcode (number of children)
Total (number of children)

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after in foster care by local authority and location 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after in foster care at 31 March by local authority and location of placement

Data collected from 2007-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Inside local authority in Wales (number of children)
Outside local authority in Wales (number of children)
Placed outside of Wales (number of children)
No Postcode (number of children)
Total (number of children)

StatsWales
Provision; Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children looked after by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children being looked after at the 31 March by local authority

Data collected from 2007-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

For each year number of children is given.

StatsWales
Provision; Children looked after in foster placements by local authority and placement 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after in foster placements at 31 March by local authority and placement type

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authrities (number of children):
Foster placement with relative or friend inside LAData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
Placement with other foster carers, provided by LA inside LAData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
Placement with other foster carer, arranged through agency inside LA Boundary
Foster placement with relative or friend outside LA Boundary
Placement with other foster carers, provided by LA outside LA Boundary
Placement with other foster carer, arranged through agency outside LA Boundary
Foster placements

StatsWales
Provision; Adoptions of looked after children by age and gender 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adoptions of looked after children during year ending 31 March by age and gender

It is broken down into the following data items:
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 years and over

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

Response scale for all local authorities:
Boys
Girls
Total

StatsWales
Provision; Average age, in months, at adoption of looked after children by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Average age, in months, at adoption of looked after children during year ending 31 March by local authority and year

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport”

For each year number of children is given.

StatsWales
Provision; Foster care adopters by duration of final period of care and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Foster care adopters by duration of final period of care and measure

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Reponse scale for all local authrities:
Adopted by foster carer (number of adoptions)
Not adopted by foster carer (number of adoptions)
Unknown (number of adoptions)
All adoptions (number of adoptions)

StatsWales
Provision; Adoptions by age of child at start of last care period & length of time until adopted 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adoptions of looked after children during year ending 31 March by age of child at start of last period of care and the length of time until adoption

Durations are broken down into:
Under 1 year
1 to 2 years
2 to 3 years
3 to 4 years
4 to 5 years
5 to 6 years
6 to 7 years
7 years and over

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Age is broken down into:
Under 1 year
1 to 2 years
2 to 3 years
3 to 4 years
4 to 5 years
5 to 6 years
6 to 7 years
7 years and over

StatsWales
Provision; Adoptions of looked after children by time in days & age at start of care 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adoptions of looked after children during year ending 31 March by time in days between the different stages of the adoption process and age at start of period of care

This is broken down into the following ages:
Under 1 year
1 to 2 years
2 to 3 years
3 to 4 years
4 to 5 years
5 to 6 years
6 to 7 years
7 years and over

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
Entry into care to best interest decision
Best interest decision to matching of child and adopters
Matching of child and adopters to placed for adoption
Placed for adoption to adoption
Entry into care to adoption

StatsWales
Provision; Adoptions of looked after children by gender and marital status of adopters 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adoptions of looked after children during year ending 31 March by gender and marital status of adopters (Prior to April 2016)

Data is collected under the following data items:
All single adopters
-single male
-single female
All couple adopters
-male female
-male/male
-female/female

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all local authorities:
Married or in civil partnership
Unmarried or not in civil partnership
Single adopter
All adopter legal statuses

StatsWales
Provision; Adoptions of looked after children by ethnicity of adopters and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adoptions of looked after children year ending 31 March by ethnicity of adopters and year (Prior to April 2016)

Data items for the measure as as follows:
Single white adopter
Single non-white adopter
Single adopter: unknown ethnicity
Two adopters: both of white ethnicity
Two adopters: one of white and one of non-white ethnicity
Two adopters: one of white and one of unknown ethnicity
Two adopters: both of non-white ethnicity
Two adopters: one of non-white and one of unknown ethnicity
Two adopters: both of unknown ethnicity

Data collected from 2007-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

For each year number of adopters is given.

StatsWales
Provision; Adoptions of looked after children by gender and marital status of adopters 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adoptions of looked after children during year ending 31 March by gender and marital status of adopters

Data is collected under the following data items:
All single adopters
-single male
-single female
All couple adopters
-male female
-male/male
-female/female

Data collected from 2017-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire

Response scale for all
Married or in civil partnership
Unmarried or not in civil partnership
Single adopter
All adopter legal statuses

StatsWales
Provision; Children receiving care by asylum seeker status, gender and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children receiving care and support by asylum seeker status, gender and looked after status

Data collected from 2017-2021 under the following data items:
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children receiving care and support, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March

Data collected from 2017-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire”

Not asylum seekers
Unaccompanied asylum seekers
Members of asylum-seeking families
All children receiving care and support

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by local authority and category of need 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by local authority and category of need

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Abuse or neglect
Child’s disability or illness
Parental disability or illness
Family in acute stress
Family dysfunction
Socially unacceptable behaviour
Low income
Absent parenting
Adoption disruption
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by looked after status and disability 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by looked after status and disability

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All children in need
Abuse or neglect
Child’s disability or illness
Parental disability or illness
Family in acute stress
Family dysfunction
Socially unacceptable behaviour
Low income
Absent parenting
Adoption disruption
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by category of need and disability 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by category of need and disability

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Mental health status of children in need by local authority and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Mental health status of children in need by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st Marc
All children in need
Children for whom immunisations information was available
Immunisations up to date
Immunisations information not applicable
Immunisations information not applicable
Immunisations information not available
Immunisations information not available
All children in need
Children for whom substance misuse information was available
Child substance misuse at 31st March
No child substance misuse at 31st March
Substance misuse information not available
Substance misuse information not available

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
All children in need
Children for whom mental health information was available
– Child mental ill health at 31st March
– No child mental ill health at 31st March
Children for whom mental health information was available
Mental health information not available

StatsWales
Need; Substance misuse status of children in need by local authority and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Substance misuse status of children in need by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children for whom immunisations information was available
Immunisations up to date
Immunisations information not applicable
Immunisations information not applicable
Immunisations information not available
Immunisations information not available
All children in need
Children for whom mental health information was available
Child mental ill health at 31st March
No child mental ill health at 31st March
Mental health information not available
Mental health information not available

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children for whom substance misuse information was available
Substance misuse information not available
All children in need

StatsWales
Provision; Child health surveillance checks by measure and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Child health surveillance checks by measure and looked after status

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
Children for whom child health check information was available
Child health check information not available

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Disabilities of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Disabilities of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items:
Percentage of children with a disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children with a mobility disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children with a manual dexterity disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children with a physical co-ordination disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children with a continence disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children unable to lift, carry or otherwise move everyday objectsExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children with a speech, hearing and eye sight disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children with a memory disabilityExcludes unborn children. 2013 disability data for Neath Port Talbot was revised on 25 February 2015.
Percentage of children unable to perceive the risk of physical dange

StatsWales
Provision; Healthcare data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authoritie 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items:
Percentage of children with up-to-date immunisations
Percentage of children with up-to-date dental checks (for children aged 5 and over)
Percentage of children with substance misuse problems
Percentage of children with mental health problemsIncludes mental health problems diagnosed by a medical practitioner and children receiving C
Percentage of children with up-to-date child health surveillance checks (for children aged 0 to 5)
Percentage of children with autistic spectrum disorder

StatsWales
Need; Parental factors of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Parental factors of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items:
Percentage of children with parental substance or alcohol misuse
Percentage of children with parental learning disabilities
Percentage of children with parental mental ill health
Percentage of children with parental physical ill health
Percentage of children subject to domestic abuse

StatsWales
Need; Referral factors of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Referral factors of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items:

Percentage of children who were on the Child Protection Register in the 12 months prior to referral
Percentage of children who were looked after in the 12 months prior to referral
Percentage of children where a factor in the referral was parental substance or alcohol misuse
Percentage of children where a factor in the referral was parental learning disabilities
Percentage of children where a factor in the referral was parental mental ill health
Percentage of children where a factor in the referral was parental physical ill health
Percentage of children where a factor in the referral was domestic abuse

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Need; School exclusions of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

School exclusions of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items:
Percentage of children with no permanent exclusions from school
Percentage of children with 1 or more permanent exclusions from school
Percentage of children with no fixed term exclusions from school
Percentage of children with 1 or more fixed term exclusions from school
Average length of fixed term exclusions from school in days

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Need; Youth offending of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Youth offending of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items:

Percentage of children with a case open to the Youth Offending Team

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Need; Educational attainment of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Educational attainment of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator

Response scale for all data items:
Percentage of children achieving the foundation phase indicator

Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at key stage 2.

Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at key stage 3It is statutory to assess pupils in Year 9 at Key Stage 3. The core subject indicator represents the percentage of pupils achieving the expected level or above in English or Welsh (first language), Mathematics and Science in combination. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.
Percentage of children achieving the level 1 threshold at key stage 4
Percentage of children achieving 5 or more GCSE passes at A*-GIncludes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Percentage of children achieving the level 2 threshold at key stage 4Includes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Level 2: a volume of qualifications at Level 2 is equivalent to the volume of 5 GCSEs at grade A*-C. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Percentage of children achieving the level 2 threshold including English/Welsh and Mathematics at key stage 4Includes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Level 2: a volume of qualifications at Level 2 is equivalent to the volume of 5 GCSEs at grade A*-C. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Percentage of children achieving 5 or more GCSE passes at A*-CIncludes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Percentage of children achieving the core subject indicator at key stage 4Includes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. The core subject indicator represents the percentage of pupils achieving the expected level or above in English or Welsh (first language), Mathematics and Science in combination. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Average wider points score at key stage 4The average wider points score for 15 year olds includes all qualifications approved for pre-16 use in Wales. The average wider points score is calculated by dividing the total number of points achieved by pupils aged 15 by the number of pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.
Average capped points score at key stage 4

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Need; Eligibility for free school meals and SEN of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Eligibility for free school meals and special educational needs of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator

Percentage of children with eligibilty for free school mealsAged 5-15 at the start of the academic year. Pupils are entitled to free school meals if their families receive Income Support or Income Based Job Seekers Allowance or Support under Part VI of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 or the guarantee element of State Pension Credit. They are also eligible if their parents are in receipt of Income Related Employment and Support Allowance (IR). Employment and Support Allowance is an integrated contributory and income related allowance and replaced, for new claimants, Incapacity and Income Support, where it is paid on the grounds of incapacity and sickness. Children who receive Income Support or Income Based Job Seekers Allowance in their own right are also eligible to receive free school meals. Children whose families are in receipt of Child Tax Credit, providing they are not entitled to Working Tax Credit, and have an annual income, as assessed by HM Revenue & Customs that does

Percentage of children with no special educational needsAged 5-15 at the start of the academic year.

Percentage of children with special educational needs subject to school action or school action plusAged 5-15 at the start of the academic year.

School Action: When a class or subject teacher identifies that a pupil has SEN they provide interventions that are additional to or different from those provided as part of the school’s usual curriculum.

School Action Plus: When the class or subject teacher and the SEN Co-ordinator are provided with advice or support from outside specialists, so that alternative interventions additional or different to those provided for the pupil through School Action can be put in place. The SEN Co-ordinator usually takes the lead although day-to-day provision continues to be the responsibility of the class or subject teacher.

Percentage of children with a statement of special educational needsAged 5-15 at the start of the academic year. Pupils for whom the LA maintains a statement of SEN under Part IV of the Education Act 1996. A statement may be issued by the LA after assessment of a child’s needs.

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Need; School attendance of children in need by measure and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

School attendance of children in need by measure and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:

All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
Percentage / average
Numerator
Denominator

Percentage of children achieving the level 1 threshold at key stage 4Includes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Level 1: a volume of qualifications at Level 1 is equivalent to the volume of 5 GCSEs at grade D-G. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Percentage of children achieving the level 2 threshold at key stage 4Includes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Level 2: a volume of qualifications at Level 2 is equivalent to the volume of 5 GCSEs at grade A*-C. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Percentage of children achieving the level 2 threshold including English/Welsh and Mathematics at key stage 4Includes all pupils aged 15 at the start of the academic year. Level 2: a volume of qualifications at Level 2 is equivalent to the volume of 5 GCSEs at grade A*-C. Children who were new to the English or Welsh based education system are included in the Wales total but some are excluded at Local Authority level.

Attendance rate

Authorised absence rate

Unauthorised absence rate

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Need; Children in need per 10,000 population by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need per 10,000 population by local authority and year

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

For each local authority:
Children in need at 31 March per 10,000 population aged under 18

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Provision; Children looked after at 31 March by local authority, gender and age 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority, gender and age

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Data is collected for both boys and girls seperately:
Under 1 yearData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
1 to 4 yearsData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
5 to 9 yearsData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
10 to 15 yearsData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
16 to 17 yearsData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
18 and overData has been rounded to the nearest 5 for disclosure reasons
Total for boys and girls

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Provision; Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and legal status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and legal status

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all local authorities:
Care orders
Remand, detained or other compulsory order
Other legal status
Single period of accommodation
Total looked after children

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Provision; Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and placement type 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and placement type

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all local authorities:
Placed for adoption
Foster placements
Placements in residential settings
Placed with own parents or other person with parental responsibility
Living independently
Absent from placement or other
Total looked after children

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Provision; Children looked after by local authority, number of placements 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority, number of placements during year and measure

Data collected from 2003-2021 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all local authorities:
Children with 1 placement during year (number of children)
Children with 2 placements during year (number of children)
Children with 3 or more placements during year (number of children)
Children with 1 placement during year (percentageof children)
Children with 2 placements during year (percentageof children)
Children with 3 or more placements during year (percentageof children)

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Need; No. of safeguarding reports received by local authority and ethnicity. 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of reports received during the year by local authority and ethnicity.

This measure is avaialbe from 2016 to 2019.

Data is collected for local authorities:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
White (number of reports)
Mixed ethnic group (number of reports)
Asian or Asian British (number of reports)
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British (number of reports)
Other Ethnic Group (number of reports)
Information not obtained (number of reports)
Information refused (number of reports)
Total (number of reports)

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Need; No. abuse reports received by local authority and source of first contact. 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number reports received during the year by local authority and source of first contact.

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Self reported (number of reports)
Relative / friend (number of reports)
Local authority (number of reports)
Police (number of reports)
Local health board (number of reports)
Independent hospital (number of reports)
Ambulance service (number of reports)
Care regulator (number of reports)
Provider agency (number of reports)
Probation (number of reports)
Third sector (number of reports)
Advocate (number of reports)
Other (number of reports)
Total (number of reports)

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Need; No. of enquiries that concluded action was required by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of enquiries during the year that concluded that action was required by local authority

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of equirires

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Need; No. of enquiries concluding action required by local authority & place of abuse 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of enquiries that concluded action was required by local authority and place of alleged abuse

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Own home (number of enquiries)
Community (number of enquiries)
Care home setting (number of enquiries)
Health setting (number of enquiries)
Total (number of enquiries)

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Need; No. of enquiries concluding action required by local authority & person alleged responsible 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of enquiries that concluded action was required by local authority and person alleged responsible for abuse

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Paid employee
Relative/friend
Volunteer/Upaid employee
Other service user
Other
Total

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Need; No. of adults who refused to participate in action identified by an enquiry 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of adults who refused to participate in action identified by an enquiry by local authority

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of adults

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Need; No. of investigations that concluded during the year by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of investigations that concluded during the year by local authority

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of criminal investigations that concluded during the year
Number of non-criminal investigations that concluded during the year
Total

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Provision; Adults receiving services by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults receiving services by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of adults who received a service provided through a social enterprise, co-operative, user-led service or third sector organisation during the year
Number of adults who received care and support who were in employment during the year

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Provision; Adults receiving services by local authority and age group 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults receiving services by local authority and age group

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Information was given for the following data items for each of the above authorities:

Total of services (volume)
Domiciliary care
Day Care
Respite Care
Reablement
Equipment
Adaptations
Direct Payments
Supported Accommodation
Sheltered Accommodation
Adult Placements
Adult care home (without nursing)
Adult care homes with nursing
Telecare
Advocacy
Recreational, leisure and lifelong learning opportunities
Other
Total number of adults supported (count)

Response scale for all data items (number of adults):
Total aged 18-24
Total aged 25-64
Total aged 65-74
Total aged 75-84
Total aged 85+
Total aged 65+
Total aged 18+

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Provision; Adults charged for care and support by local authority and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults charged for care and support by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items (number of adults):
Number of adults who paid the maximum weekly charge towards the cost of care and support or support for carers during the year
Number of adults who paid a flat rate charge for care and support or support for carers during the year

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Provision; Adults assessed by local authority and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults assessed by local authority and measure

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items (number of adults):
1. Number of adults who received advice or assistance from the information, advice and assistance service during the year
2. Number of assessments of need for care and support undertaken during the year
2.1 Of those, the number that led to a care and support plan
3. Number of assessments of need for support for carers undertaken during the year
3.1 Of those, the number that led to a support plan
4. Number of carer assessments that were refused by carers during the year
5. Number of assessments of need for care and support for adults undertaken during the year whilst in the secure estate
5.1 Of those, the number that led to a care and support plan
6. Number of requests for repeat assessment of need for care and support and need for support made by an adult during the year
6.1 Of those, the number of repeat assessments undertaken
6.2 The number of repeat assessments in 6.1 that led to a care and support plan or support plan
7. Number of care and support plans and support plans that were reviewed during the year
7.1 Of those, the number of plans that were reviewed within agreed timescales
8. Number of requests for review of care and support plans and support plans for carers before agreed timescales made by an adult during the year
8.1 Of those, the number of reviews undertaken

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Provision; Hillside Secure Unit, Neath Port Talbot by year and measure 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Hillside Secure Unit, Neath Port Talbot by year and measure

Data items avaialble from 2001-2012

Number of approved places in unit at 31 March
Number of places available in the secure unit
Total number of children accommodated at 31 March
Total admissions during the year
Total discharges during the year

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Need; Children in need by local authority and age group 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by local authority and age group

Data collected from 2016-2019 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Data items for the measure were as follows:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained
All children in need
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All Ages

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Need; Children in need by local authority and gender 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by local authority and gender

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Data items listed for the measure were as follows:
All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Male
Female
Indeterminate gender (i.e. unable to be classed as either male or female)
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by local authority and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by local authority and looked after status

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Data items listed for the measure were as follows:
All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children looked after at 31 MarchChildren looked after may also have been on the child protection register at 31st March.
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by age group and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by age group and looked after status

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Data items listed for the measure were as follows:
All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children looked after at 31 MarchChildren looked after may also have been on the child protection register at 31st March.
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by local authority and disability 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by local authority and disability

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Data items listed for the measure were as follows:
All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by ethnicity and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by ethnicity and looked after status

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Data items listed for the measure were as follows:
All Ages
Unborn
Under 1 year
1 to 4 years
5 to 9 years
10 to 15 years
16 to 17 years
18 to 20 years
21 and over
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need
Children with a disability
Children with no disability
Not applicable
All children in need
White
Mixed ethnic groups
Asian or Asian British
Black, African, Caribbean or Black British
Other ethnic groups
Information Refused
Information not obtained

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children looked after at 31 March
Children looked after may also have been on the child protection register at 31st March.
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by local authority and source of most recent referral 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by local authority and source of most recent referral

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down into the following data items for each local authority:
All children in need
Children looked after at 31 March
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Other departments of own or other LA Click here to sortPrimary health / Community health
Self referral
Central government agency
LA housing department or housing association
Other individual
Police Click here to sortOther agency
Local authority’s own social services department
Secondary health
Family, friend or neighbour
Independent provider agency

StatsWales
Need; Children in need by source of most recent referral and looked after status 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Children in need by source of most recent referral and looked after status

Data collected from 2010-2016 for all local authorities. This includes:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

This is broken down for each local authority in the following data items:
Self referral *The data item is disclosive or not sufficiently robust for publication
Secondary health
Primary health / Community health
Police
Other individual
Other departments of own or other LA
Other agency
Local authority’s own social services department
LA housing department or housing association
Independent provider agency
Family, friend or neighbour
Central government agency

Response scale for all data items (number of children):
Children looked after at 31 MarchChildren looked after may also have been on the child protection register at 31st March.
Children on the child protection register, but not looked after at 31st March
Children in need, but not looked after, and not on the child protection register at 31st March
All children in need

StatsWales
Provision; Record of services and places 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Places by Setting Type and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2017 to 2021 under the following data items:

Total – Adult and Children Service
– Non-residential services
– Residential services

Total – Children’s Day Care
– Childminders
– Children’s Day Care – Not Known
– Creches
– Full Day Care
– Open Access Play Provision
– Out of School Care
– Sessional Day Care

Response scale for all data items:
Number of places
Total settings

StatsWales
Provision; Record of services and concerns 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales CIW Services and Concerns by Setting Type and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2017 to 2021 under the following data items:

Total – Adult and Children Service
– Non-residential services
– Residential services

Total – Children’s Day Care
– Childminders
– Children’s Day Care – Not Known
– Creches
– Full Day Care
– Open Access Play Provision
– Out of School Care
– Sessional Day Care

Response scale for all data items:
Number of concerns recorded

StatsWales
Provision; Noncompliance by setting and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Noncompliance by Setting Type and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2017 to 2021 under the following data items:

Total – Adult and Children Service
– Non-residential services
– Residential services

Total – Children’s Day Care
– Childminders
– Children’s Day Care – Not Known
– Creches
– Full Day Care
– Open Access Play Provision
– Out of School Care
– Sessional Day Care

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Noncompliance issued and/or closed 1st of April

StatsWales
Provision; Places for new registrations by setting and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Places for New Registrations by Setting Type and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2018 to 2021 under the following data items:

Total – Adult and Children Service
– Non-residential services
– Residential services

Total – Children’s Day Care
– Childminders
– Children’s Day Care – Not Known
– Creches
– Full Day Care
– Open Access Play Provision
– Out of School Care
– Sessional Day Care

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Cancelled Places in year to 01 April

StatsWales
Provision; Cancellations by setting type and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Places for Cancellations by Setting Type and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2018 to 2021 under the following data items:

Total – Adult and Children Service
– Non-residential services
– Residential services

Total – Children’s Day Care
– Childminders
– Children’s Day Care – Not Known
– Creches
– Full Day Care
– Open Access Play Provision
– Out of School Care
– Sessional Day Care

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Newly Registered Services in year to 01 April

StatsWales
Provision; Services and places by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Places by Local Authority and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2016 to 2021 under the following data items:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all data items:
Total Settings
Number of Places

StatsWales
Provision; Services and concerns by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Concerns by Local Authority and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2017 to 2021 under the following data items:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all data items:
No. of Concerns recorded

StatsWales
Provision; Noncompliance by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Noncompliance by Local Authority and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2017 to 2021 under the following data items:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Noncompliance issued and/or closed 1st of April

StatsWales
Provision; New registrations by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Places for New Registrations by Local Authority and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2018 to 2021 under the following data items:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Newly Registered Places in year to 01 April

StatsWales
Provision; New registrations by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) Services and Places for New Registrations by Local Authority and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2018 to 2021 under the following data items:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Newly Registered Services in year to 01 April
Total No. of Newly Registered Places in year to 01 April

StatsWales
Provision; Cancellations by local authority and year 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) CIW Services and Places for Cancellations by Local Authority and Year

Measure has been collected annually 2018 to 2021 under the following data items:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen
Monmouthshire
Newport

Response scale for all data items:
Total No. of Cancelled Services in year to 01 April
Total No. of Cancelled Places in year to 01 April

StatsWales
Provision; No. of COVID-19 cases in care homes by local authority and date 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of adult care homes which have notified Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) of one or more confirmed cases of COVID-19, in staff or residents, by local authority and date.

Data is collected on a daily basis from 16th December 2020 onwards via an online form developed and maintained by Care Inspectorate Wales.

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation is local authorities, which are:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of adult care homes

StatsWales
Provision; Cases of COVID-19 in care homes by date 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of adult care homes which have notified Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) of one or more confirmed cases of COVID-19, in staff or residents, by date.

A weekly measure since July 2021.

Lowest level of geographical disaggregation is local authorities, which are:
Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Adult care homes Total in the last 7 days
Adult Care homes Total in the last 20 days

StatsWales
Provision; Notifications of deaths in care homes by date and cause. 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Notifications of deaths of residents from adult care homes by date of notification and cause.

Collected since 2018. Measure is collected for all local authorities which are:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

The location of the death is also recorded under the following categories:

Ambulance
At the service
Hospice
Hospital
Other
Person’s own home
Unknown

Response scale for all data items:
Non COVID19 related (number of deaths)
COVID19 related (number of deaths

StatsWales
Provision; Notifications of deaths in care homes by location and date. 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Notifications of deaths of adult care home residents by location of death and date of notification.

Since 2918 this measure is recorded monthly via the following data items:

Non COVID19 related

COVID19 related
-suspected COVID19
-confirmed COVID19

Ambulance (number of deaths)
At the service (number of deaths)
Hospice (number of deaths)
Hospital (number of deaths)
Other (number of deaths)
Person’s own home (number of deaths)
Unknown (number of deaths)

StatsWales
Provision; No. of deaths of care home residents with and without care by date 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of daily notifications of deaths of adult care home residents with and without care provided, by date of notification

Since 2018 this measure has been collected, giving the daily number of deaths.

With nursing (total deaths)
Without nursing (total deaths)

StatsWales
Provision; No. of registered adult care homes, by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of registered adult care homes, by local authority

This measures gives the number of datasets by local authority. Local authorities are:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Number of care homes (each month)

StatsWales
Need; Adults suspected of being at risk by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Adults suspected of being at risk by local authority and measure

This measure is avaialbe from 2016 to 2019. It collects data for all Welsh local authorities, which are:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of adults suspected of being at risk of abuse or neglect reported during the year
Number of adults reported more than once for the same category of abuse or neglect during the year
Number of adults reported for different categories of abuse or neglect during the year

StatsWales
Need; No. of reports of adult suspected of being at risk received by local authority 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Number of reports of an adult suspected of being at risk received by local authority and measure

This measure is avaialbe from 2016 to 2019. It collects data for all Welsh local authorities, which are:

Isle of Anglesey
Gwynedd
Conwy
Denbighshire
Flintshire
Wrexham
Powys
Ceredigion
Pembrokeshire
Carmarthenshire
Swansea
Neath Port Talbot
Bridgend
Vale of Glamorgan
Cardiff
Rhondda Cynon Taf
Merthyr Tydfil
Caerphilly
Blaenau Gwent
Torfaen

Response scale for all data items:
Number of reports of an adult suspected of being at risk received during the year
Number of reports received during the year that proceeded to an enquiry

StatsWales
Provision; Types of alleged abuse by local authority, and age of victim 2003 0-120 0 120 Data manager No Past year StatsWales No

Types of alleged abuse by local authority, measure and age of alleged victim

This measure is avaialbe from 2016 to 2019.

Each of the following data items are recorded for males and for females seperately:

Physical – total
Sexual – total
Emotional/psychological – total
Financial – total
Neglect – total
Of which: racial – total
Of which: domestic – total

Response scale for all data items:
Aged 18-64
Aged 65 and over
Aged 18 and over

StatsWales
Receipt; Receipt of direct payments for social care 2017 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2017 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Of those in Item 5.1, please give the number of personal budgets that have:

a) Organised arrangements where the local authority or partner retains the funding and commissions the support specified in the plan (sometimes called notional arrangements);

b) Direct payments (including payments to nominees and third parties) and whether these are for

For part b):
(i) education,
(ii) social care,
(iii) health, or
(iv)integrated payment for a combination of the above.

SEN2
Receipt; Receipt of direct payments for social care 2018 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2018 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Of those in Item 5.1, please give the number of personal budgets that have:

a) Organised arrangements where the local authority or partner retains the funding and commissions the support specified in the plan (sometimes called notional arrangements);

b) Direct payments (including payments to nominees and third parties) and whether these are for

For part b):
(i) education,
(ii) social care,
(iii) health, or
(iv)integrated payment for a combination of the above.

SEN2
Receipt; Placement in residential special school 2018 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2018 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Of the children and young people entered in Item 1.1, please state the number placed in residential special schools or colleges:

a) For 38-51 weeks:
The age breakdown refers to age as at 31 August 2018. The age categories are:
(a) Under age 5 (b) Aged 5 to 10
(c) Aged 11 to 15
(d) Aged 16 to 19
(e) Aged 20 to 25
(f) Total (sum of (a) to (e)).
b) For 52 weeks:

The age breakdown refers to age as at 31 August 2018. The age categories are:
(a) Under age 5
(b) Aged 5 to 10
(c) Aged 11 to 15
(d) Aged 16 to 19
(e) Aged 20 to 25
(f) Total (sum of (a) to (e)).

SEN2
Receipt; Placement in residential special school 2019 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2019 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Of the children and young people entered in Item 1.1, please state the number placed in residential special schools or colleges:

a) For 38-51 weeks:
The age breakdown refers to age as at 31 August 2018. The age categories are:
(a) Under age 5 (b) Aged 5 to 10
(c) Aged 11 to 15
(d) Aged 16 to 19
(e) Aged 20 to 25
(f) Total (sum of (a) to (e)).
b) For 52 weeks:

The age breakdown refers to age as at 31 August 2018. The age categories are:
(a) Under age 5
(b) Aged 5 to 10
(c) Aged 11 to 15
(d) Aged 16 to 19
(e) Aged 20 to 25
(f) Total (sum of (a) to (e)).

SEN2
Receipt; Receipt of direct payments for social care 2019 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2019 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Of those in Item 5.1, please give the number of personal budgets that have:

a) Organised arrangements where the local authority or partner retains the funding and commissions the support specified in the plan (sometimes called notional arrangements);

b) Direct payments (including payments to nominees and third parties) and whether these are for

For section b)
(i) education,
(ii) social care,
(iii) health, or
(iv)integrated payment for a combination of the above.

SEN2
Receipt; Receipt of direct payments for social care 2021 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2022 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Item 3.9c Personal budget – direct payments
Direct payments, including payments to nominees and third parties.

E – Education only
S – Social care only
H – Health only
I – integrated payment for a combination of the above

SEN2
Need; Factors likely to cause requirement for help completing ADLs/IADLs 2021 0-25 0 25 Local authority professional No Current 2022 Survey No

When listing data items collected:

Please record the nature of the individual’s special educational need. These options are consistent with those collected within the spring term school census. Where multiple types of need are recorded and ranked, the primary type of need should be ranked 1 under Type of need rank (Item 4.8), and if applicable a secondary type of need should be ranked 2.

SPLD Specific learning difficulty
MLD Moderate learning difficulty
SLD Severe learning difficulty
PMLD Profound and multiple learning difficulty SEMH Social, emotional and mental health
SLCN Speech, language and communication needs HI Hearing impairment
VI Vision impairment
MSI Multi-sensory impairment
PD Physical disability
ASD Autistic spectrum disorder
OTH Other difficulty

SEN2
Provision; Unpaid care provided 2011 0-120 0 120 Participant Yes Current 2011 Census No

Do you look after, or give any help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either:
• long-term physical / mental ill-health / disability; or
• problems related to old age?
Do not count anything you do as part of your paid employment

No
Yes, 1 – 19 hours a week
Yes, 20 – 34 hours a week
Yes, 35 – 49 hours a week
Yes, 50 or more hours a week

General health

ScoC
Provision; Unpaid care provided 2021 0-120 0 120 Participant Yes Current 2022 Census No

Do you look after, or give any help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of either:
• long-term physical / mental ill-health / disability; or
• problems related to old age?
Do not count anything you do as part of your paid employment

No
Yes, 1 – 19 hours a week
Yes, 20 – 34 hours a week
Yes, 35 – 49 hours a week
Yes, 50 or more hours a week

General health

ScoC
Receipt; Basis for 2-year-old funding inc. being looked after in care 2022 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2022-23 Sweep No

2 year old basis for funding [ALL schools]

The basis for funding data item (N00178), records the basis under which a 2 year old (within the date of birth range 2020-01-01 to 2020-12-31 inclusive) has been funded whilst taking up a place in the school. This data item is not required for 3 and 4 year olds.

2 year old children may meet more than one criterion in the codeset shown below and each relevant criterion is returned in the census.

ECO Economic criteria
HSD High-level SEN or disability
LAA Looked after or adopted from care

SchC
Receipt; Was pupil adopted from care 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2014-15 Sweep No

4.3.12 Adopted from care [collected for: ALL schools]
Guidance for the January school census 2014 asked schools to include, for the first time, children adopted from care on or after 30 December 2005 as well as those who left care under a special guardianship order or residence order (now known as a child arrangements order4) so that they attract the pupil premium worth £1900 per pupil this financial year.

Schools are now asked to include in this data return all children adopted from care and not just who were adopted from care after 30 December 2005. All are now eligible to attract the pupil premium this financial year. This data item will therefore identify all eligible children on census day who will attract £1900 this financial year.

It will be up to those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers of former looked after children on residence/child arrangements orders) to decide if they wish to self-declare their children’s status to schools. Parents should be asked to provide supporting evidence, for example, a photocopy of the adoption order, and asked to confirm that their child was adopted from care. Parents may conceal sensitive information (eg the name of the birth parents) if they wish.

Schools are reminded that this is a particularly sensitive data item, and of the need for confidentiality. Schools should ensure that, as for other pupil level data items, they comply with their responsibilities with respect to the data protection act when processing this data.
Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset. Only one of the values will apply to each pupil and a school’s MIS should provide a default value of N – not declared.

Data item recorded in:
Nursery
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangement order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; In care when excluded measure 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2014-15 Sweep No

For exclusions – the pupil status (excluding pupil enrolment status) and pupil identifiers modules will be collected together with the in care indicator and SEN provision at the time of exclusion.

Data item recorded in:
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Presumed two responses would be (at time of exclusion):
In care
Not in care

SchC
Receipt; Was pupil adopted from care 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2015-16 Sweep No

Adopted from care
This data item (100549) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order or a residence order. Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset; only one of the values will apply to each pupil:

Data item recorded in:
Nursery
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangement order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; In care when excluded measure 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2015-16 Sweep No

For exclusions – the pupil status (excluding pupil enrolment status) and pupil identifiers modules will be collected together with the in care indicator and SEN provision at the time of exclusion.

Data item recorded in:
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Presumed two responses would be (at time of exclusion):
In care
Not in care

SchC
Receipt; Pupil premium data linked to care status 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2015-16 Sweep No

As early years pupil premium data is only collected in the spring (January) census, the age range for 3 year olds is not restricted to the academic year (as is the usual practice with age ranges).
Children will be eligible for EYPP (100559) if they are receiving any hours of funded early education and:

• meet the benefits related criteria for free school meals (please note: meals delivered as part of the universal entitlement are not FSM)
• are in the care of the local authority (in England or Wales)
• have left care (in England or Wales) through:
– adoption
– specialguardianship
– a child arrangement order (formally known as a residence order)

In receipt through eligibility for economic reasons: where they are in receipt via eligibility for the benefits related criteria for FSM
In receipt through eligibility for both reasons: where they are in receipt through eligibility for both economic and other reasons
In receipt through eligibility for other reasons: where they are in receipt due to eligibility for being in care or due to leaving care through adoption, a special guardianship order or a child arrangement order
In receipt through eligibility for unknown basis: where the school or AP provider knows the child is in receipt of EYPP (due to receiving funding from the local authority) but does not necessarily know the reason why

SchC
Receipt; Post looked after arrangements 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2016-17 Sweep No

(p) Post looked after arrangements [used for funding]

This data item (100587) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order, residence order or a child arrangement order. Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset; only one of the values will apply to each pupil:

Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangement order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; Pupil premium data linked to care status 2016 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2016-17 Sweep No

As early years pupil premium data is only collected in the spring (January) census, the age range for 3 year olds is not restricted to the academic year (as is the usual practice with age ranges).
Children will be eligible for EYPP (100559) if they are receiving any hours of funded early education and:

• meet the benefits related criteria for free school meals (please note: meals delivered as part of the universal entitlement are not FSM)
• are in the care of the local authority (in England or Wales)
• have left care (in England or Wales) through:
– adoption
– specialguardianship
– a child arrangement order (formally known as a residence order)

In receipt through eligibility for economic reasons: where they are in receipt via eligibility for the benefits related criteria for FSM
In receipt through eligibility for both reasons: where they are in receipt through eligibility for both economic and other reasons
In receipt through eligibility for other reasons: where they are in receipt due to eligibility for being in care or due to leaving care through adoption, a special guardianship order or a child arrangement order
In receipt through eligibility for unknown basis: where the school or AP provider knows the child is in receipt of EYPP (due to receiving funding from the local authority) but does not necessarily know the reason why

SchC
Receipt; Post looked after arrangements 2017 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2017-18 Sweep No

Post looked after arrangements [used for funding]
This data item (100587) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order, residence order or a child arrangement order. Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset; only one of the values will apply to each pupil:

Data item recorded in:
Nursery
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangement order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; Basis for 2-year-old funding inc. being looked after in care 2017 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2017-18 Sweep No

2-year-old basis for funding [ALL schools]
The basis for funding data item (100576), records the basis under which a 2-year-old (within the date of birth range 1 January 2015 to 31 December 2015 inclusive) has been funded whilst taking up a place in the school. This data item is not required for 3 and 4-year-olds.
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2-year-old children may meet more than one criterion in the codeset shown below and each relevant criterion is returned in the census.

Response scale for all data items:
Economic criteria
High-level SEN or disability
Looked after or adopted from care

SchC
Receipt; Pupil premium data linked to care status 2017 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2017-18 Sweep No

Early years pupil premium (EYPP) (100559) is for disadvantaged three and four year olds. All three and four year olds are entitled to up to 15 hours per week of government funded early education for 38 weeks of the year.

(As early years pupil premium data is only collected in the spring (January) census, the age range for 3 year olds is not restricted to the academic year (as is the usual practice with age ranges).)

Children are eligible to receive EYPP (N00639) if they receive the universal 15 hours entitlement and either:

• meet the benefits related criteria for free school meals (please note: meals delivered as part of the universal entitlement are not FSM)
• are in the care of the local authority (in England or Wales)
• have left care (in England or Wales) through:
– adoption
– specialguardianship
– a child arrangement order (formally known as a residence order)

In receipt through eligibility for economic reasons: where they are in receipt via eligibility for the benefits related criteria for FSM
In receipt through eligibility for both reasons: where they are in receipt through eligibility for both economic and other reasons
In receipt through eligibility for other reasons: where they are in receipt due to eligibility for being in care or due to leaving care through adoption, a special guardianship order or a child arrangement order
In receipt through eligibility for unknown basis: where the school or AP provider knows the child is in receipt of EYPP (due to receiving funding from the local authority) but does not necessarily know the reason why

SchC
Receipt; Basis for 2-year-old funding inc. being looked after in care 2018 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2018-19 Sweep No

2-year-old basis for funding [ALL schools]
The basis for funding data item (N00178), records the basis under which a 2-year-old (within the date of birth range 2016-01-01 to 2016-12-31 inclusive) has been funded whilst taking up a place in the school. This data item is not required for 3 and 4-year-olds.
2-year-old children may meet more than one criterion in the codeset shown below and each relevant criterion is returned in the census.

Data item recorded in:
Nursery
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Economic criteria
High-level SEN or disability
Looked after or adopted from care

SchC
Receipt; Post looked after arrangements 2018 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2018-19 Sweep No

Post looked after arrangements [used for funding]
This data item (N00186) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order, residence order or a child arrangements order. Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset; only one of the values will apply to each pupil:

Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangements order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; Post looked after arrangements 2020 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2020-2021 Sweep No

Post looked after arrangements [used for funding]
This data item (N00186) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order, residence order or a child arrangements order. Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset; only one of the values will apply to each pupil:

Data item recorded in:
Nursery
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangements order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; Basis for 2-year-old funding inc. being looked after in care 2020 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2020-2021 Sweep No

2 year old basis for funding [ALL schools]
The basis for funding data item (N00178), records the basis under which a 2 year old (within the date of birth range 2018-01-01 to 2018-12-31 inclusive) has been funded whilst taking up a place in the school. This data item is not required for 3 and 4 year olds.
2 year old children may meet more than one criterion in the codeset shown below and each relevant criterion is returned in the census.

ECO Economic criteria
HSD High-level SEN or disability
LAA Looked after or adopted from care

SchC
Receipt; Pupil premium data linked to care status 2020 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2020-2021 Sweep No

Early years pupil premium [ALL Schools] [used for funding]
Early years pupil premium (EYPP) (N00639) is for disadvantaged three and four year olds (all three and four year olds are entitled to up to 15 hours per week of government funded free entitlement early education for 38 weeks of the year).

Children are eligible to receive EYPP (N00639) if they receive the universal 15 hours entitlement and either:

• meet benefits related criteria equivalent to those for free school meals (please note: meals delivered as part of the universal entitlement are not ‘FSM’; receipt of FSM does not automatically qualify a child for EYPP)1
• are in the care of the local authority (in England or Wales)
• have left care (in England or Wales) through:
– adoption
– special guardianship
– a child arrangements order (formally known as a residence order)

As early years pupil premium data is only collected in the spring (January) census, the age range for 3 year olds is not restricted to the academic year (as is the usual practice with age ranges).

In receipt through eligibility for economic reasons: where they are in receipt via eligibility for the benefits related criteria for FSM
In receipt through eligibility for both reasons: where they are in receipt through eligibility for both economic and other reasons
In receipt through eligibility for other reasons: where they are in receipt due to eligibility for being in care or due to leaving care through adoption, a special guardianship order or a child arrangement order
In receipt through eligibility for unknown basis: where the school or AP provider knows the child is in receipt of EYPP (due to receiving funding from the local authority) but does not necessarily know the reason why

SchC
Receipt; Post looked after arrangements 2021 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2021-22 Sweep No

Post looked after arrangements [used for funding]
This data item (N00186) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order, residence order or a child arrangements order. Schools will be able to record the information using the following codeset; only one of the values will apply to each pupil:

Data item recorded in:
Nursery
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) R Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO)
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangements order (CAO)

SchC
Receipt; Pupil premium data linked to care status 2021 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2021-22 Sweep No

Early years pupil premium [ALL Schools] [used for funding]
Early years pupil premium (EYPP) (N00639) is for disadvantaged three and four year olds (all three and four year olds are entitled to up to 15 hours per week of government funded free entitlement early education for 38 weeks of the year).

Children are eligible to receive EYPP (N00639) if they receive the universal 15 hours entitlement and either:

• meet benefits related criteria equivalent to those for free school meals (please note: meals delivered as part of the universal entitlement are not ‘FSM’; receipt of FSM does not automatically qualify a child for EYPP)1
• are in the care of the local authority (in England or Wales)
• have left care (in England or Wales) through:
– adoption
– special guardianship
– a child arrangements order (formally known as a residence order)

As early years pupil premium data is only collected in the spring (January) census, the age range for 3 year olds is not restricted to the academic year (as is the usual practice with age ranges).

In receipt through eligibility for economic reasons: where they are in receipt via eligibility for the benefits related criteria for FSM
In receipt through eligibility for both reasons: where they are in receipt through eligibility for both economic and other reasons
In receipt through eligibility for other reasons: where they are in receipt due to eligibility for being in care or due to leaving care through adoption, a special guardianship order or a child arrangement order
In receipt through eligibility for unknown basis: where the school or AP provider knows the child is in receipt of EYPP (due to receiving funding from the local authority) but does not necessarily know the reason why

SchC
Receipt; Basis for 2-year-old funding inc. being looked after in care 2021 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2021-22 Sweep No

2 year old basis for funding [ALL schools]
The basis for funding data item (N00178), records the basis under which a 2 year old (within the date of birth range 2019-01-01 to 2019-12-31 inclusive) has been funded whilst taking up a place in the school. This data item is not required for 3 and 4 year olds.
2 year old children may meet more than one criterion in the codeset shown below and each relevant criterion is returned in the census.

Response scale for all data items:
ECO Economic criteria
HSD High-level SEN or disability
LAA Looked after or adopted from care

SchC
Receipt; Young carer indicator 2022 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2022-23 Sweep No

Young carer indicator

Data item (N00766) records whether the pupil has been identified as a young carer and by whom. This new item is to be collected from all schools except nursery from Spring 2023.

Data item recorded in:
Primary
Middle-deemed primary
Middle-deemed secondary
Secondary
All-through
Special
Pupil referral unit

Response scale for all data items:
Not declared
Identified as a young carer by parent or guardian
Identified as a young carer by school

SchC
Receipt; Post looked after arrangements 2022 2-16 2 16 Education professional No Academic year 2022-23 Sweep No

Post looked after arrangements [used for funding]

This data item (N00186) identifies those children on roll on census day who were looked after immediately before adoption or prior to being subject of a residence or special guardianship order. Those who have parental responsibility (adoptive parents, special guardians and carers) choose if they wish schools to know whether children have been adopted, or are under a special guardianship order, residence order or a child arrangements order.

Not declared
Ceased to be looked after through adoption from England and Wales
Ceased to be looked after through a special guardianship order (SGO) from England and Wales
Ceased to be looked after through a residence order (RO) from England and Wales
Ceased to be looked after through a child arrangements order (CAO) from England and Wales
Ceased to be looked after through adoption from state care outside of England and Wales

SchC
Provision; Carer's health - illness or disability 2010 0-120 0 120 Carer No Current 2010 - Carers No

ASK ALL WITH A LONG-STANDING ILLNESS, DISABILITY OR INFIRMITY
Does this illness or disability (Do any of these illnesses or disabilities) limit your activities in any way?

Yes
No

SCH
Provision; Carer's health - illness or disability 2010 0-120 0 120 Carer No Current 2010 - Carers No

Do you have any long-standing illness, disability or infirmity – by long-standing I mean anything that has troubled you over a period of time or that is likely to affect you over a period of time?

Yes
No