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

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
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. ...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 Univer...
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People aged 65 and over predicted to have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, by age and gender, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over predicted to have Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes, by age and gender, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
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 ...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 Ris...
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People aged 65 and over who are obese or morbidly obese, by age and gender, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over who are obese or morbidly obese, by age and gender, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
People aged 65 and over who are obese or morbidly obese, by age and gender, projected to 2035. Figures are taken from Health Survey for England (2005), volume 2, table 4.2: Body mass index (BMI), by age and sex. An individual with a BMI of 30 or greater is classed as obese. A BMI of 40 or greater is classed as morbidly obese. The prevalence rates have been applied to ONS population projections of the 65 and over population to give esti...People aged 65 and over who are obese or morbidly obese, by age and gender, projected to 2035. Figures are taken from Health Survey for England (2005), volume 2, table 4.2: Body mass index (BMI), by age and sex. An indi...
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People aged 65 and over unable to manage at least one mobility activity on their own, by age and gender, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over unable to manage at least one mobility activity on their own, by age and gender, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
People aged 65 and over unable to manage at least one mobility activity on their own, by age and gender, projected to 2035. Activities include: going out of doors and walking down the road; getting up and down stairs; getting around the house on the level; getting to the toilet; getting in and out of bed. The prevalence rates have been applied to ONS population projections of the 65 and over population to give estimated numbers pred...People aged 65 and over unable to manage at least one mobility activity on their own, by age and gender, projected to 2035. Activities include: going out of doors and walking down the road; getting up and down stairs; ge...
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People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe, or profound, hearing impairment, by age and gender, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe, or profound, hearing impairment, by age and gender, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe, or profound, hearing impairment, by age and gender, projected to 2035. Hearing loss and deafness is usually measured by finding the quietest sounds someone can hear using tones with different frequencies, which are heard as different pitches. The person being tested is asked to respond, usually by pressing a button, when they can hear a tone and the level of the tone is ad...People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe, or profound, hearing impairment, by age and gender, projected to 2035. Hearing loss and deafness is usually measured by finding the quietest sounds someone...
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People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe visual impairment by age, and people aged 75 and over predicted to have registrable eye conditions, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe visual impairment by age, and people aged 75 and over predicted to have registrable eye conditions, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe visual impairment by age, and people aged 75 and over predicted to have registrable eye conditions, projected to 2035. Figures are taken from 'The number of people in the UK with a visual impairment: the use of research evidence and official statistics to estimate and describe the size of the visually impaired population', Nigel Charles, RNIB, July 2006. The overall prevale...People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe visual impairment by age, and people aged 75 and over predicted to have registrable eye conditions, projected to 2035. Figures are taken from 'The number of...
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People aged 65 and over predicted to have a bladder problem, by frequency, age and gender, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over predicted to have a bladder problem, by frequency, age and gender, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
People aged 65 and over predicted to have a bladder problem, by frequency, age and gender, projected to 2035. Figures are taken from Health Survey for England (2005), volume 1, table 3.14: Prevalence and frequency of bladder problems, by age and sex. The prevalence rates have been applied to ONS population projections of the 65 and over population to give estimated numbers predicted to be have bladder problems, to 2035. www.poppi.org.u...People aged 65 and over predicted to have a bladder problem, by frequency, age and gender, projected to 2035. Figures are taken from Health Survey for England (2005), volume 1, table 3.14: Prevalence and frequency of bl...
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People aged 65 and over predicted to be admitted to hospital as a result of falls, by age, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over predicted to be admitted to hospital as a result of falls, by age, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
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People aged 65 and over predicted to be admitted to hospital as a result of falls, by age, projected to 2035. These figures are taken from Hospital Episode Statistics for England: Admitted Patient Care statistics, 2016-17 (2017), NHS Digital, Table External cause. Data for falls is based on ICD-10 codes W01, W05-W10, W18 and W19. Note that rates given are for numbers of admissions and not numbers of individual people.   The prevalence ...People aged 65 and over predicted to be admitted to hospital as a result of falls, by age, projected to 2035. These figures are taken from Hospital Episode Statistics for England: Admitted Patient Care statistics, 2016-...
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People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, by age and gender, projected to 2035People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, by age and gender, projected to 2035

Essex County Council
Created 2 years ago
People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, 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 th...People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, by age and gender, projected to 2035 Figures are taken from the General Household Survey 2007, table 7.14 Chro...
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