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Covers information on councils’ support of people in residential care and nursing care, and community based services for users in their own home, funding to voluntary organisations that provide support to vulnerable people and users’ experiences of the care they receive.

Publications

Abuse of Vulnerable Adults in England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Data submitted by councils with adult social services responsibility from the Abuse of Vulnerable Adults collection covering various aspects of safeguarding, relating to details of the victim, alleged perpetrator and alleged offence
Acute and Non-Acute Delayed Transfers of Care: monthly situation reports
Department: NHS England
Monthly data on delayed transfers of care
Acute and Non-Acute Delayed Transfers of Care: monthly situation reports
Department: Health
Monthly data on delayed transfers of care
Adoption of Looked After Children, Northern Ireland
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This statistical bulletin presents summary information on children adopted from care in Northern Ireland during the year ending 31 March. It is based on the biennial adoption survey (AD1) completed by Health & Social Care Trusts, which is used to collect detailed information on looked after children adopted from care, and key dates in the adoption process.
Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
The Purpose of the ASCOF is two-fold • Nationally, the ASCOF will give an indication of the strengths of social care and success in delivering better outcomes for people who use services. • Locally, one of the key uses of the ASCOF is for ‘benchmarking’ and comparison between areas, enabling councils to compare their results with others. It will also support the “local account” of social care in an area by providing high-level information to underpin the narrative of these accounts
Adult Social Care Survey, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
A National User Experience Survey run on an annual basis, covering service users aged 18 and over receiving services funded wholly or in part by Social Services. Information and will be available at England, regional and council level.
Adults with learning difficulties in England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
National survey about the lives of people with learning difficulties in England.
Anti-social Behaviour Family Intervention Projects - Monitoring and Evaluation (NatCen)
Department: Education
Anti-social Behaviour Family Intervention Projects - Monitoring and Evaluation
Care Homes in Scotland
Department: Scottish Government
Latest statistics on care homes.
Children Accommodated in Secure Children's Homes, England and Wales
Department: Education
This report covers information on places approved and children accommodated by sex, age, length of stay and type of placement.
Children Looked After by Local Authorities in England
Department: Education
Provides information about children looked after by local authorities in England. The figures are based on returns collected from all 150 English local authorities.
Children Order Statistical Bulletin
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This statistical bulletin presents information on children's social care in Northern Ireland, for the year ending 31 March. It is based on annual Children Order statistical returns completed by Health & Social Care Trusts, and returned to the DHSSPS. These returns are used to collect aggregated statistics on child protection, looked after children and children's homes.
Children Order Statistical Tables
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
Following consultation with and having considered the feedback received from users’, Community Information Branch plan to combine ‘CHILDREN ORDER STATISTICAL TABLES’ and ‘’CHILDREN ORDER STATISTICAL TRENDS’ with a new statistical bulletin titled, ‘CHILDREN’S SOCIAL CARE STATISTICS IN NORTHERN IRELAND’. The first edition of this new bulletin is scheduled for publication on the DHSSPS website on 26th October 2012.
Community Care Statistics: Grant Funded Services for Adults, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Presents information on the number of adults receiving person-centred services from organisations in the independent sector funded via grants from Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs) in England.
Community Care Statistics: Home Help for Adults
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
An annual collection that captures information on the number of households receiving home care.
Community Care Statistics: Quarterly Monitoring Returns for Scotland
Department: Scottish Government
Quarterly Statistics on care homes, home care, rapid response, direct payments and free personal and nursing care.
Community Care Statistics: Referrals, Assessments and Packages of Care for Adults, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Annual report that captures information on the number of adults referred to Social Services and the outcome of the assessment process.
Community Care Statistics: Referrals, Assessments and Packages of Care for Adults, National Summary, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
National summary that captures information on the number of adults referred to Social Services and the outcome of the assessment process. This is provisional England level data.
Community Care Statistics: Supported Residents for Adults, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
An annual collection that captures information on the number of adults in residential and nursing placements funded by Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs) in England.
Domiciliary Care Providers Northern Ireland
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
The Survey of Domiciliary Care Providers Northern Ireland, is based on the findings from a self-completed postal survey of 154 providers of domiciliary care across the statutory, voluntary and independent sectors in Northern Ireland. The survey elicited providers views on; domiciliary practices and procedures, the extent to which the views of users informed providers decisions and providers views of the degree to which they considered they were meeting regulations and minimum standards of domiciliary care.
Domiciliary Care Services for Adults, Northern Ireland
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This statistical bulletin presents information on the number of clients receiving domiciliary care services from the statutory and independent sectors during a survey week. It provides information on the number of domiciliary care contact hours provided, the number of client visits and the number of clients receiving domiciliary care during this survey week.
Family Intervention Projects
Department: Education
Monitoring and Evaluation of Family Intervention Projects
Findings from the Balance of Care/Continuing Care Census
Department: ISD Scotland (part of NHS National Services Scotland)
Findings from the Balance of Care/Continuing Care Census
Hearing Aid Assessments and Re-assessments
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This statistical bulletin presents information on hearing aid assessments and re-assessments by audiologists in Northern Ireland. Information has been derived from the quarterly collection AUD1 and monitors information on both adults and children fitted and assessed for hearing aids during the quarter, complaints received, and cost of hearing aids issued. In addition, the collection monitors complete and incomplete waits for assessment during the quarter and the length of time patients were waiting or had waited following referral to an audiologist (specified time bands).
Home Care Services, Scotland
Department: Scottish Government
Details home care services to older and disabled people, purchased or provided by Local Authorities.
Learning Disabilities Census Report, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Learning Disabilities Census Report, England
Local Authority Child Protection Registers in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
This Statistical Bulletin presents data on child proection registers in Wales.
Mental Health Officers' Report
Department: Scottish Government
The Scottish Social Services Council is an arms-length body of the Scottish Government, and is responsible for the production of this report. This report presents the results of the latest Mental Health Officers' (MHO) Survey to give a picture of the number of practising MHOs in Scotland and the work they carry out.
NI 54: Parental experiences of services provided to disabled children
Department: Education
This publication sets out the main findings from the national sample survey of parents of disabled children in England. This is conducted between July and November each year on the Department's behalf by the British Market Research Bureau (BMRB). The primary purpose of the survey is to measure parental experience of services for disabled children and provide a score for the national performance indicator 5 for the Public Service Agreement on Child Health and Wellbeing (PSA 12). The secondary purpose of the survey is to provide figures for the large majority of local authorities and Primary Care Trusts (PCTs).
National Bereavement Survey (VOICES)
Department: Office for National Statistics
The National Bereavement Survey (VOICES) aims to assess the quality of care delivered in the last three months of life for adults who died in England and to assess variations in the quality of care delivered in different parts of the country and to different groups of patients. It is conducted by the Office for National Statistics on behalf of the Department of Health.
Northern Ireland Care Leavers
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This statistical bulletin presents summary information on young people aged 16 & over who left care in Northern Ireland during the year ending 31 March. The information, on which this report is based, derives from the annual OC1 survey. This survey collects data on the educational achievements and economic activity of young people leaving care, their age, religion, ethnic group, disability, length of time in care, and latest care placement.
Outcome Indicators for Children Looked After, Twelve months to 30 September
Department: Education
Outcome indicators for children who have been looked after by local authorities continuously for at least 12 months, including absences and exclusions, achievements, employment status, cautions and convictions, immunisations, dental checks, health assessments and substance misuse.
Outcomes for Children Looked After by Local Authorities in England
Department: Education
This publication covers a range of outcome indicators for children who have been continuously looked after for at least 12 months in England.
Parental Experience of Services for Disabled Children:
Department: Education
This publication sets out the main findings from the national sample survey of parents of disabled children in England.
People Registered Deaf or Hard of hearing
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Contains detailed information on people registered with Councils that have Social Services Responsibilities (CSSRs) in England as being severely hearing impaired (deaf) or hearing impaired (hard of hearing). This data is collected every three years.
People registered as blind and partially sighted, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Contains detailed information on people registered with Councils that have Social Services Responsibilities (CSSRs) in England as being severely visually impaired (blind) or visually impaired (partially sighted). This data is collected every three years.
People registered as deaf or hard of hearing, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Contains detailed information on people registered with Councils that have Social Services Responsibilities (CSSRs) in England as being severely hearing impaired (deaf) or hearing impaired (hard of hearing). This data is collected every three years.
Personal Social Services Survey of Adult Carers in England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Reports what adult carers (aged 18 and over), who are known to social services departments, think of the service they are receiving.
Personal Social Services Survey of Adults Receiving Community Equipment and Minor Adaptations
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
This survey aims to learn more about whether or not community equipment and minor adaptations are helping users to live safely and independently in their own homes.
Personal Social Services Survey of Adults Receiving Community Equipment and/or Minor Adaptations
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
This survey aims to learn more about whether or not community equipment and minor adaptations are helping users to live safely and independently in their own homes.
Personal Social Services: Adults Receiving Community Equipment and Minor Adaptations
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
This survey aims to learn more about whether or not community equipment and minor adaptations are helping users to live safely and independently in their own homes.
Personal Social Services: Home Care Users Aged 65 or over, England
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Reports what people aged 65 and over, who receive care in their own home, think of the service they are receiving. It gives older peoples' opinions on a number of areas including how safe they feel and whether they are happy with their care worker.
Protection of vulnerable adults
Department: Welsh Government
A report which shows data for those vulnerable adults needing protection.
Quality Outcomes Framework (QOF) Dementia Prevalence
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
To support monitoring of progress towards the ambitions of the Dementia Challenge.
Referrals, assessments and children and young people who are the subject of a child protection plan, England
Department: Education
Provides national figures on referrals, assessment and children and young people who are the subjects of child protection plans (on the child protection register).
Registered Blind and Partially Sighted People
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Contains detailed information on people registered with Councils that have Social Services Responsibilities (CSSRs) in England as being severely visually impaired (blind) or visually impaired (partially sighted). This data is collected every three years.
Scottish Care Homes Census
Department: ISD Scotland (part of NHS National Services Scotland)
Annual report on registered Care Homes in Scotland
Self-directed Care Census, Scotland
Department: Scottish Government
Social care clients receiving payment from Local Authorities for self-directed care.
Social Care and Mental Health Indicators from the National Indicator Set
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Social Care and Mental Health Indicators from the National Indicator Set provisional data including extra analysis by client type, gender and over time with commentary.
Social Care indicators from the National Indicator Set
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Provisional information at a council level for the Social Care Indicators from the National Indicator Set.
Social Services Statistics Wales
Department: Welsh Government
Local authorities provide a wide range of services for children, the elderly and other client groups through their social services departments.
Survey of Carers in Households
Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre
Prevalence of caring, commitments, use of services and the health and well being of carers themselves
Survey of Domiciliary Care Users in Northern Ireland 2009
Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland)
This publication presents findings from the 2009 survey of home care service users, administered by Community Information Branch (CIB) of the Department of Health, Social Services and Public Safety (DHSSPS). The Northern Ireland Audit Office’s Older People and Domiciliary Care report (2007) highlighted the lack of information on the quality of domiciliary care in Northern Ireland. The subsequent Public Accounts Committee recommended that the DHSSPS collect information on the quality of domiciliary care. This survey was designed to focus on the service users' experiences of domiciliary care in relation to the level and quality of care they expect or need. It was also used to investigate whether the service users questioned had been involved in the planning of their care and to examine whether they had received written information about their care plans from their provider.
Wales Children in Need Census
Department: Welsh Government
This Statistical Release includes data on children in need and their families, who are provided with services by the local authority.

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Overview

This topic presents reports on people in England receiving social services from their council. These include:

  • Referrals, Assessments and Packages of care. Provides information around client referrals and the number dealt with at first contact, the number of assessments and reviews carried out, the number of carers offered an assessment and those that received a service and the types of services they receive.

  • Adult Social Care Combined Activity. Information on outcome data achieved for people through adult social care services for reablement and intermediate care services, and for people with learning disabilities. This also includes more detailed information on residential care provided and/or commissioned by the council including the number of users in residential care as at 31st march and the number of admissions throughout the year.

  • Grant Funded Services. Information on people helped by grants from councils to voluntary organisations that do not receive care services as part of a council with adult social services responsibilities (CASSR) package.

  • User-Experience surveys. Surveys collecting information about experiences of social care services and support from a sample of service users.

Please note that publication of Community Care Statistics: Grant Funded Services for Adults, England and People registered as deaf or hard of hearing, England has now ceased and some changes have been made to the Community Care Statistics: Social Services Activity, England publication. Please see the NHS Information Centre's website for further details.

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Technical Data

Referrals, assessments and packages of care

The Referrals, Assessments and Packages of Care Project (RAP) was developed to provide a coherent set of National Statistics on adult community care. Community care is the process by which requests for social care help made to Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs) are translated, via assessment and care planning into appropriate services.

Most of the information presented has been collected since 2000-01. Some of the waiting times data was collected for the first time in 2004-05, information around carers in 2005-06 and the age split of clients receiving services by ethnicity in 2006-07. The Home Care (HH1) return was discontinued after 2008 and a new table (H1) was added to the RAP proforma as voluntary in 2008-09 and mandatory in 2009-10. The proforma HI aimed to collect similar information to the Home Care (HH1) return including the number of planned hours and visits per week for those users receiving home care on 31st March.

Adult Social Care Combined Activity (previously known as SR1)

The SR1 return, introduced for the 1993-94 collection year, collected information on CASSR supported residents in staffed homes or other accommodation. The return was drastically revised for the 1997-98 collection year. Data was historically collected by type of care (residential or nursing), age group, type of accommodation (CASSR, voluntary, private, homes and other accommodation), type of stay (long or short) and location (within or outside CASSR). Data on short and long stay admissions of supported residents was also collected. It should be noted that no information is collected on supported residents that are in private hospitals and clinics. From 2008-09 the tables within the SR1 return were transferred into the ASC-CAR return.

Grant funded services

The Grant Funded Services return (GFS1) collects data used to estimate the number of people in England who are helped to live more independently in their own homes by person-centred social care services from organisations in the independent sector, funded through grants from Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs). This report summarises data collected from CASSRs

User Experience Survey

The User Experience Survey is run on an annual basis and is used to target areas of particular interest within Adult Social Services. Opinions are sought over a range of service areas to gain an understanding of users’ views rather than measuring quantities of care delivered. This survey is targeted at service users aged 18 and over receiving community equipment or a minor adaptation funded wholly or in part by Social Services, and aims to learn more about whether or not the community equipment and minor adaptations is helping them to live safely and independently in their own home. From 2010-11, the User Experience Survey programme has been replaced by the Adult Social Care Survey which covers all service users.

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Glossary

  • Admissions

    An admission is a separate event of a person entering residential or nursing care (and being supported by the local authority).

  • Adult Placement

    Adult Placement schemes are similar to fostering schemes for children. These are locally run and place between one to three adults with care or support needs with an adult placement carer and are no longer classed as registered accommodation. They ensure that these adults are able to enjoy an ordinary and independent life in the community and share in the family life of the carer.

  • Assessment

    The process of gathering data for the purpose of determining a client’s need and eligibility for services. The Community Care Act specifies that all services offered to a client should be the outcome of an assessment of needs. There are no restrictions as to who carries out the assessment or part of it. An assessment is defined as the first assessment for a new client. All subsequent assessments which include a reassessment are defined as a review. Screening also qualifies as an assessment under the terms of the NHS and Community Care Act 1990 (see ‘Screening’). In some CASSRs partial self-assessment (by the client) is possible.

  • Assessment or review terminated

    Some clients are passed through for an assessment or review of need, but for a variety of reasons the assessment or review is not completed, but rather is brought to an end before completion.

  • Basic services

    These are services where there is an initial but no ongoing financial or other commitment on the part of the CASSR. This term is used to describe the issue of blue badges, bus passes or administration of other comparable provisions, such as keys to public toilets for disabled people. CASSR blind and deaf registrations are also included. Many CASSRs do not distribute or fund the distribution of these provisions, whereas others do.

  • Boyd Loophole Cases

    Residents who have funded their own care through receipt of social security benefits, sometimes topped up by relatives. Although these residents were all admitted to before April 2002, these residents will, by definition be new to local authority support from 6 October 2003.

  • Care plan

    A ‘care plan’ is a description of the client’s needs and how these will be met that is developed and agreed as a result of an assessment or review.

  • Carer

    The definition of a carer is taken from the Carers & Disabled Children Act 2000, which states the act affects 'Carers (aged 16 and over) who provide or intend to provide a substantial amount of care on a regular basis for another individual aged 18 or over’. It is possible for a client to have more than one carer, and for a carer to additionally be a client in his or her own right.

  • CASSR

    Council with Adult Social Services Responsibilities

  • Clients

    Customers of the CASSR who are ‘on the books’ for an assessment, or review, or the receipt of services. A client can be an individual, family or group, or can contain several clients. Individuals being considered as a service provider, for example, as a carer or foster parent in adult fostering scheme, should not be counted as clients.

  • Community-based services

    These are services provided to support clients living in the community.

  • Completed assessment

    A completed assessment for RAP purposes is one where all the components of the assessment of an individual’s needs and eligibility for services have been undertaken, and either a care plan has been agreed with the client or a decision taken that there should be no (further) services as a result of the assessment.

  • Contacts

    A contact, often called an enquiry, is a person visiting, writing, phoning or making a request of the CASSR in some other way. In the broadest sense a contact is anyone who has made a request of the CASSR, at any of its access points (including those shared with others, such as in health settings).

  • Day care

    Attendance at a day care centre for day care and/ or meals and includes the attendance at training centres and luncheon clubs.

  • Deferred Payments

    From October 2001 deferred payments, under section 55 of the Health and Social Care Act 2001, were introduced. (Where residents whose property is taken into account by the financial assessment for residential accommodation, and who would ordinarily have to sell their homes to cover care fees, may keep their homes on admission to residential care and contribute assessed income to care home fees. The council makes up the difference between the residents contribution and its standard rate. Residents or their estates pay back the contribution made by the council when the property is eventually sold.)

  • Direct payments

    Direct payments are defined as monetary payments made by local CASSRs directly to adult clients aged 18 and over in lieu of social service provisions, who have been assessed as needing certain services.

  • Equipment and Adaptations

    Equipment and adaptations are defined as one off pieces of equipment such as a ferrule, walking stick or bath rail (including fitting) as well as items of equipment or adaptations that incur an ongoing financial commitment or ongoing regular contractual maintenance’, e.g. stair lifts or hoists, if these are maintained by the CASSR or where the CASSR funds the maintenance. This also includes expenditure on Telecare and other monitoring systems which are not classed as an aid or adaptation.

  • Former Preserved Rights Clients

    People who became supported residents as a result of the end of the preserved rights scheme on 7 April 2002 should be included in ASC-CAR; there is no need to separately identify them on the ASC-CAR in 2009-10.

  • Gross Total Cost

    Cost of services provided or commissioned by the council and including grants to voluntary organisations and any income generated by the council.

  • Gross Total Expenditure

    Equals the total expenditure minus joint arrangements, income from the NHS and other income, but includes client contributions.

  • Home Care

    The definition of home care follows (as closely as possible), that which was used in the central data collection HH1 return on home help/home care. The categories home help/home care (meaning all care that is not a short term break in the client’s own home) and overnight short term break (for the benefit of the client) that is provided in the client’s own home have been combined.

  • Local Authority Staffed Care Home

    Residential accommodation provided by local authorities under the terms of Part III, Section 21 of the National Assistance Act 1948.

  • Net Current Expenditure

    Equals total expenditure minus capital charges.

  • Net Total Expenditure

    Equals total expenditure minus all income.

  • Nursing Homes

    Nursing and other medical care provided in the premises defined in Sections 21 to 22 of the Registered Homes Act 1984, and in subsequent amendments as set out in The Care Standards Act 2000. Nursing care homes includes general and mental nursing homes only.

  • Own provision

    Services provided by the council.

  • Package of care (care package)

    A service or set of services agreed as part of the care plan arising from the first assessment or subsequent reviews. These services can be residential and/or community-based.

  • Personal and/or domestic care

    Synonyms for home care.

  • Personal budget

    A personal budget is a notional amount of social care funding for an individual’s support, some or all of which maybe taken as a direct payment.

  • Primary client type (group)

    The categories of ‘primary client type’ are: physical disability, those with mental health needs, those with substance misuse problems and other vulnerable people.

  • Professional support

    Typically this occurs when a professional is involved as part of the care package to provide therapy / support / professional input.

  • Provision by Others

    Council commissioned services: eg services from the private, voluntary or independent sectors.

  • Registered Homes

    Homes registered under the Care Standards Act 2000.

  • Rehabilitation services

    Rehabilitation services are generally classified as temporary residential places.

  • Residential Care

    Accommodation with both board and personal care for persons requiring personal care by reasons of disablement, past or present dependence on alcohol or drugs, or past or present mental disorder. Residential care homes include local authority staffed and independent residential care homes and exclude adult placements, un-staffed and other homes.

  • Respite care

    Overnight respite care is defined as following an assessment or review where the carer’s needs have been taken into account, planned overnight breaks are arranged for the client either at home or in an alternative setting to allow a break primarily for the carer.

  • Screening

    This is the initial phase with a contact, when basic ‘card index’ type data is gathered (name, address, etc.) along with a sufficient indication as to the purpose of the contact. This enables staff to determine whether information / advice only or a one off basic service is appropriate, or whether further investigation and assessment are warranted. It is also the stage at which callers who have come inappropriately to the CASSR will be filtered out and / or redirected.

  • Section 256 client

    Many CASSRs receive revenue from a local health authority partner through arrangements under Section 256 of the NHS Act 2006 (formerly Section 28a of the NHS Act 1977 as amended by Section 29 of the NHS Act 1999) to provide social care services to those who were resident in long stay institutions and Care in the Community homes.

  • Self directed support

    Services which are delivered by social services or on behalf of social services via a direct payment or personal budget.

  • Self-funded

    A self-funded client is one who pays entirely the direct cost of the services they receive, but whose care is managed (e.g. reviewed) at the expense of the CASSR.

  • Short-term residential care – not respite

    This refers to the provision of short term residential care for the client for any purpose other than respite care of a carer. It includes the provision of rehabilitation services. (see glossary definition for ‘Components of service’ for clarification).

  • Supported Resident

    A Supported Resident is a person in residential or nursing care who is receiving financial support from the local authority towards the cost of that care.

  • Type of Stay: Permanent

    Residential or nursing care which is of a permanent nature and where the intention is that the spell of care should not be ended by a set date. For people classified as permanent residents, the care home would be regarded as their normal place of residence.

  • Type of Stay: Temporary

    A spell of residential or nursing care which is intended to be of a temporary nature and of limited duration (although in some cases this may be as long as 12 to 18 months). This will include respite care, rehabilitation, short breaks and other care which is intended to be of a temporary nature, whatever the actual duration.

  • Unstaffed Group Home

    This is a home catering for a small group of people sharing a common household which is not permanently staffed. The home has communal areas and residents share basic amenities like bathrooms and kitchens. Board and personal care are not provided in such homes.

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Contact Details

For statistical enquiries about this topic, please contact:

The NHS Information Centre

Email: enquiries@ic.nhs.uk

Telephone: +44 (0) 845 300 6016

1 Trevelyan Square Boar Lane Leeds LS1 6AE

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