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Relationships & Sex Education SurveyRelationships & Sex Education Survey

Essex County Council
Created a month ago
Relationships and sex education survey - key findings report From July-September 2021 Essex County Council conducted a survey for young people aged 16-25, on the topic of relationships and sex education (RSE). Building on previous engagement with young people, we wanted to further understand how we can ensure young people in Essex are supported to have healthy relationships. Relationships and sex education (RSE) is now part of a mandato...Relationships and sex education survey - key findings report From July-September 2021 Essex County Council conducted a survey for young people aged 16-25, on the topic of relationships and sex education (RSE). Building o...

Local COVID-19 Cases and Deaths by districtLocal COVID-19 Cases and Deaths by district

Essex County Council
Updated 2 months ago
Shows COVID-19 cases and deaths in Essex and its districts. Based on the Local Covid-19 tool made by Trafford Data Lab. Please note, recent data is likely to change. This is because of the delay between individuals being tested and results being included in the official statistics. Public Health England recommend only data published over 5 days ago should be treated as 'complete'. New cases data is provided by Public Health England and ...Shows COVID-19 cases and deaths in Essex and its districts. Based on the Local Covid-19 tool made by Trafford Data Lab. Please note, recent data is likely to change. This is because of the delay between individuals being...

Covid-19 Impact AssessmentCovid-19 Impact Assessment

Essex County Council
Created 2 months ago
The Covid-19 impact assessment reports provide an overview of the impact landscape and shared challenges across Greater Essex organisations, as it stood in August 2021. The reports bring together insights or work conducted at an Essex level, national insight and reflections from learning events, discussions with various boards and round table events. There are 6 separate issue papers framed around the following: The Essex Economy ...The Covid-19 impact assessment reports provide an overview of the impact landscape and shared challenges across Greater Essex organisations, as it stood in August 2021. The reports bring together insights or work conduct...

People predicted to have an Autism Spectrum Disorder Essex aged 18-64, projected to 2040People predicted to have an Autism Spectrum Disorder Essex aged 18-64, projected to 2040

Essex County Council
Updated 3 months ago
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...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 Infor...

People aged 65 and over living in a care home with or without nursing by local authority / non-local authority, by age, projected to 2040People aged 65 and over living in a care home with or without nursing by local authority / non-local authority, by age, projected to 2040

Essex County Council
Updated 3 months ago
Living in a care home People aged 65 and over living in a care home with or without nursing by local authority / non-local authority, by age, projected to 2040 Figures are taken from Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2011 Census, Communal establishment management and type by sex by age, reference DC4210EWL. Numbers have been calculated by applying percentages of people living in care homes/nursing homes in 2011 to projected populatio...Living in a care home People aged 65 and over living in a care home with or without nursing by local authority / non-local authority, by age, projected to 2040 Figures are taken from Office for National Statistics (ONS) ...

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 projected to 2040People aged 65 and over predicted to have a moderate or severe learning disability, and hence likely to be in receipt of services, by age projected to 2040

Essex County Council
Updated 3 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 projected to 2040 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 t...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 projected to 2040 These predictions are based on prevalence rates in a report by E...
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People aged 65 and over with a limiting long-term illness, by age, projected to 2040People aged 65 and over with a limiting long-term illness, by age, projected to 2040

Essex County Council
Updated 3 months ago
Limiting long term illness People aged 65 and over with a limiting long-term illness, by age, projected to 2040 Figures are taken from Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2011 Census, Long term health problem or disability by health by sex by age, reference DC3302EW. Numbers have been calculated by applying percentages of people with a limiting long-term illness in 2011 to projected population figures. www.poppi.org.uk POPPI v14 Novem...Limiting long term illness People aged 65 and over with a limiting long-term illness, by age, projected to 2040 Figures are taken from Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2011 Census, Long term health problem or disabil...

People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, by age and gender, projected to 2040People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, by age and gender, projected to 2040

Essex County Council
Updated 3 months ago
People aged 65 and over predicted to have a longstanding health condition caused by bronchitis and emphysema, by age and gender, projected to 2040 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 2040 Figures are taken from the General Household Survey 2007, table 7.14 Chro...
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Proportion of population aged 65 and over by age and tenure (2011)Proportion of population aged 65 and over by age and tenure (2011)

Essex County Council
Updated 3 months ago
Tenure Proportion of population aged 65 and over by age and tenure, i.e., owned, rented from council, other social rented, private rented or living rent free, year 2011 Figures are taken from Office for National Statistics (ONS) 2011 Census: Communal establishment management and type by sex by age, reference DC4201EW The terms used to describe tenure are defined as: Owned - either owned outright, owned with a mortgage or loan, or payin...Tenure Proportion of population aged 65 and over by age and tenure, i.e., owned, rented from council, other social rented, private rented or living rent free, year 2011 Figures are taken from Office for National Statist...

People aged 65 and over predicted to have a learning disability, by age projected to 2040People aged 65 and over predicted to have a learning disability, by age projected to 2040

Essex County Council
Updated 3 months ago
People aged 65 and over predicted to have a learning disability, by age projected to 2040 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...People aged 65 and over predicted to have a learning disability, by age projected to 2040 These predictions are based on prevalence rates in a report by Eric Emerson and Chris Hatton of the Institute for Health Research,...
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