|Timeline Group label
|Provision, Receipt, Need?
|Physical Health Measures
|Indicators of lack of ability to complete ADLs
|NHS funded care provider manager
A data item requested to be collected by NHS funded care providers is:
A table to provide information about disabilities where they are present, however providers can choose to submit records for NN or ZZ should they record this locally. Records submitted against either of these codes will be classed as ‘Other’ for the Data Quality Measures.
“ Behaviour and Emotional should be used where the patient has times when they lack control over their feelings or actions.
 Hearing should be used where the patient has difficulty hearing, or need hearing aids, or need to lip-read what people say.
 Manual Dexterity should be used where the patient experiences difficulty performing tasks with their hands.
 Memory or ability to concentrate, learn or understand (Learning Disability) should be used where the patient has difficulty with memory or ability to concentrate, learn or understand which began before the age of 18.
 Mobility and Gross Motor should be used where the patient has difficulty getting around physically without assistance or needs aids like wheelchairs or walking frames; or where the patient has difficulty controlling how their arms, legs or head move.
 Perception of Physical Danger should be used where the patient has difficulty understanding that some things, places or situations can be dangerous and could lead to a risk of injury or harm.
 Personal, Self-Care and Continence should be used where the patient has difficulty keeping clean and dressing the way they would like to.
 Progressive Conditions and Physical Health (such as HIV, cancer, multiple sclerosis, fits etc.) should be used where the patient has any illness which affects what they can do, or which is making them more ill, which is getting worse, and which is going to continue getting worse.
 Sight should be used where the patient has difficulty seeing signs or things printed on paper, or seeing things at a distance.
 Speech should be used where the patient has difficulty speaking or using language to communicate or make their needs known.
[XX] Other should be used where the patient has any other important health issue including dementia or autism.”