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    People aged 65 and over predicted to have Down's syndrome, projected to 2035

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted to have Down's syndrome, projected to 2035 It is estimated that 0.36 per 10,000 people aged 65 and over have Down's syndrome. The Down's syndrome estimates are based on the numbers of people with Down's syndrome recorded on the Sheffield Learning Disability Case Register, October 2007. Prevalence from the register has been applied to the numbers of people aged 65 and over to give estimated numbers of p...
  • Created 4 months ago

    Population aged 18-64 predicted to have a learning disability

    Essex County Council
    These predictions are based on prevalence rates in a report by Eric Emerson and Chris Hatton of the Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, entitled Estimating Future Need/Demand for Supports for Adults with Learning Disabilities in England, June 2004. The authors take the prevalence base rates and adjust these rates to take account of ethnicity (i.e. the increased prevalence of learning disabilities in South Asian communit...
  • Created 4 months ago

    People predicted to have an Autism Spectrum Disorder Essex aged 18-64

    Essex County Council
    The information about ASD is based on Autism Spectrum Disorders in adults living in households throughout England: Report from the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2007 was published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre in September 2009. The prevalence of ASD was found to be 1.0% of the adult population in England, using the threshold of a score of 10 on the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule to indicate a positive ca...
  • Updated 4 months ago

    People aged 65 and over predicted to have autistic spectrum disorders, by age and gender, projected to 2035

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted to have autistic spectrum disorders, by age and gender, projected to 2035 The information about ASD is based on Autism Spectrum Disorders in adults living in households throughout England: Report from the Adult Psychiatric Morbidity Survey 2007 was published by the Health and Social Care Information Centre in September 2009. The prevalence of ASD was found to be 1.0% of the adult population in England,...
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    People aged 65 and over predicted have a fall, by age and gender, projected to 2035

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted have a fall, by age and gender, projected to 2035 Figures are taken from Health Survey for England (2005), volume 2, table 2.1: Prevalence and number of falls in last 12 months, by age and sex. A more recent study Gale C, Cooper C and Sayer A, 2016, Prevalence and risk factors for falls in older men and women: The English Longitudinal Study of Ageing, Age and Ageing; 45: 789–794 suggests that prevalenc...
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    People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by a stroke, by age and gender, projected to 2035

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by a stroke, by age and gender, projected to 2035 Figures are taken from the General Household Survey 2007, table 7.14 Chronic sickness: rate per 1000 reporting selected longstanding conditions, by sex and age, ONS. The General Household Survey is a continuous survey which has been running since 1971, and is based each year on a sample of the general popula...
  • Created 8 months ago

    Population aged 18-64, projected to 2035

    Essex County Council
    Population aged 18-64, projected to 2035 Figures are taken from Office for National Statistics (ONS) subnational population projections by persons, males and females, by single year of age. The latest subnational population projections available for England, published 24 May 2018, are full 2016-based and project forward the population from 2016 to 2041. Long-term subnational population projections are an indication of the future trends...
  • Created 8 months ago

    People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe learning disability, and hence likely to be in receipt of services, by age

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe learning disability, and hence likely to be in receipt of services, by age. These predictions are based on prevalence rates in a report by Eric Emerson and Chris Hatton of the Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, entitled Estimating Future Need/Demand for Supports for Adults with Learning Disabilities in England, June 2004. The authors take the prevalence ba...
  • Created 8 months ago

    People aged 65 and over predicted to have a learning disability, by age

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted to have a learning disability, by age. hese predictions are based on prevalence rates in a report by Eric Emerson and Chris Hatton of the Institute for Health Research, Lancaster University, entitled Estimating Future Need/Demand for Supports for Adults with Learning Disabilities in England, June 2004. The authors take the prevalence base rates and adjust these rates to take account of ethnicity (i.e. ...
  • Created 8 months ago

    People aged 65 and over predicted to have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, by age and gender, projected to 2035

    Essex County Council
    People aged 65 and over predicted to have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, by age and gender, projected to 2035. These prevalence rates are taken from the Health Survey for England 2006 Volume 1 Cardiovascular Disease and Risk Factors in Adults, The NHS Information Centre, 2008. The study provides prevalence data by age and gender, and by type of diabetes. The most significant factors for the onset of Type 2 diabetes are age and weight. The ...