Dataset

Community Care Statistics: Referrals, Assessments and Packages of Care for Adults, England

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The publications “Community Care Statistics 2009 Supported Residents (Adults)” and “Community Care Statistics 2009 Home care services for adults, England” will no longer be produced by the NHS IC. The elements retained from these reports which relate to the number of people receiving residential and home care will be included within the Social Care Activity publication (formerly known as the Referrals, Assessments and Packages of Care Publication) which is expected to be published in early 2010 with provisional data released in a spreadsheet format in Autumn 2009.

Following a review of social care collections by the NHS Information Centre for health and social care (IC), there have been a number of changes to the collections. The Home Care Return (HH1) and Supported Residents (SR1) have been discontinued. Some elements of these collections were retained allbeit with some changes to the methodology and are now collected via the RAP, PSS Ex1 and new ASC-CAR data returns. This has had an impact on the program of National Statistics publications. Full details of the review can be found at http://www.ic.nhs.uk/services/social-care/social-care-collections/a-strategic-direction-for-adult-social-care-information

For more details, please see http://www.ic.nhs.uk/statistics-and-data-collections/supporting-information/social-care/releases-of-social-care-information

Source agency: Information Centre for Health and Social Care

Designation: National Statistics

Language: English

Alternative title: Community Care Statistics: Referrals, Assessments and Packages of Care for Adults, England

  1. 2007-08
  1. 2008-09 National Summary
  1. 2006-07
  1. 2007-08 Provisional Council Data
  1. 2007-08 National Summary

Import source: ONS-ons_hub_2009_12.xml
External reference: ONSHUB
National statistic: yes
Geographic coverage: 100000: England
Date released: 2009-12-01
Agency: Information Centre for Health and Social Care
Categories: Health and Social Care
Department:
Geographical granularity: Local Authority and County