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Title: Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework - 2011-12 Provisional Release

Release date: 12 September 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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

Title: Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework - 2011-12 - Final Release

Release date: 15 February 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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

Title: Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework - England, 2012-13, Provisional

Release date: 10 July 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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

Title: Measures from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework, England - 2012/13, Initial Findings on Final Data

Release date: 07 November 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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.

Title: Measures from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework, England - 2012/13, Final release

Release date: 17 December 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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.

Title: Measures from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework, England - 2013/14, Initial Findings on Final Data

Release date: 08 July 2014 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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.

Title: Measures from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework, England - 2013/14 Final Data

Provisional release date: December 2014
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health and Social Care Information Centre | Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County | Designation: Official Statistics not designated as National Statistics
Summary: 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.