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Area Based Analysis - Conceptions Deprivation Analysis Toolkit, 2009–11
Interactive toolkit comparing teenage conceptions and measures of deprivation for local authorities and regions in England and Wales. Covers the period 2009–11.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
17 Apr 14 Release
Teenage conception rates highest in the most deprived areas
Teenage conception rates are an important social and health measure for local councils and decision makers. Historically, areas with high teenage conception rates have also had relatively high deprivation measures such as unemployment and child poverty. ONS has used a wide range of official statistics to help people explore the teenage conception rates and measures of deprivation in their area.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
17 Apr 14 Summary
Conceptions Deprivation Analysis Toolkit, 2009–11 (Excel sheet 8728Kb)
Interactive toolkit comparing teenage conceptions and measures of deprivation for local authorities and regions in England and Wales. Covers the period 2009–11.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Local Authority, Region
17 Apr 14 Reference table
Life Opportunities Survey - Understanding Disability Wave Two, Part II
Comparison of how disabled and non-disabled people participate in a number of life areas. This report will present further comparisons between data collected at Wave One and Wave Two.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Release
An Executive Summary
Comparison of how disabled and non-disabled people participate in society in a number of life areas. Presents findings from Wave Two of the survey, focusing on changes since Wave One.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Chapter 2 - Participation Restrictions - Life Opportunities Survey
Explores how participation restriction was experienced by adults in different areas of their life.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Chapter 3 - Work - Life Opportunities Survey
Comparison of how disabled and non-disabled people participate in a number of life areas. This report will present further comparisons between data collected at Wave One and Wave Two.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Chapter 4 - Education and Training - Life Opportunities Survey
Describes the types of barriers to learning experienced by working age adults.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Chapter 5 - Transport - Life Opportunities Survey
Comparison of how disabled and non-disabled people participate in a number of life areas. This report will present further comparisons between data collected at Wave One and Wave Two.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Chapter 6 - Conclusion
Conclusion of findings from the analysis to identify how adults were restricted from participating in various life areas
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
What barriers do people face when accessing work, transport, education and training?
Infographic exploring disability in Great Britain in terms of social barriers to participation that people experience across a range of 'life areas'
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Summary
Interactive Graph – LOS Wave Two
These charts show the barriers adults aged between 16 and 64 experienced to work, education and training, and transport.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Summary
Reference Tables for Chapter 3 (Excel sheet 137Kb)
This table is part of a series of tables relating to social barriers to participation that people experience across a range of 'life areas'. Estimates are drawn from the Life Opportunities Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Reference Tables for Chapter 4 (Excel sheet 66Kb)
This table is part of a series of tables relating to social barriers to participation that people experience across a range of 'life areas'. Estimates are drawn from the Life Opportunities Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Reference Tables for Chapter 5 (Excel sheet 222Kb)
This table is part of a series of tables relating to social barriers to participation that people experience across a range of 'life areas'. Estimates are drawn from the Life Opportunities Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
LOS Easy Read Executive Summary (Pdf 995Kb)
Easy Read version of The Executive Summary
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Appendix 1 - Impairment at both waves: severity of impairment at Wave Two (Excel sheet 132Kb)
Appendix 1 - Impairment at both waves: severity of impairment at Wave Two
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appendix 2 - Impairment at both waves: severity of impairment at Wave One (Excel sheet 123Kb)
Appendix 2 - Impairment at both waves: severity of impairment at Wave One
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appendix 3 - Impairment at both waves: changes in severity of impairment (Excel sheet 105Kb)
Appendix 3 - Impairment at both waves: changes in severity of impairment.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appendix 4 - Offset: severity of impairment at Wave One (Excel sheet 101Kb)
Appendix 4 - Offset: severity of impairment at Wave One
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appendix 5 - Onset-acquired: Severity of impairment at Wave Two (Excel sheet 115Kb)
Appendix 5 - Onset-acquired: Severity of impairment at Wave Two
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appendix 6 - Offset: offset due to mild difficulty at Wave Two, by impairment type and age (Excel sheet 33Kb)
Appendix 6 - Offset: offset due to mild difficulty at Wave Two, by impairment type and age
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appenidx 7 - Onset-acquired: onset due to an increase from mild difficulty at Wave One, by impairment type and age (Excel sheet 34Kb)
Appenidx 7 - Onset-acquired: onset due to an increase from mild difficulty at Wave One, by impairment type and age.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Appendix 8 - Additional sample sizes (Excel sheet 76Kb)
Appendix 8 - Additional sample sizes
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Region
10 Apr 14 Reference table
Chapter 1 - Introduction - Life Opportunities Survey
Results based on the longitudinal findings from Waves One and Two of the Life Opportunities Survey.
Coverage: GB
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
10 Apr 14 Report
Females live longer than males but spend a larger proportion of their lives with a disability
Disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) estimates provide an insight into the population’s health by indicating the number of years an individual might expect to spend disability free in his or her lifetime.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
28 Mar 14 Summary
Census 2011 Analysis - Disability Free Life Expectancy at birth, at age 50 and at age 65: Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) 2010-12
Using 2011 Census data the differences in disability-free life expectancy across the new NHS structure in England are examined.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
28 Mar 14 Release
Disability-free Life Expectancy at Birth and at Ages 50 and 65 by Clinical Commissioning Groups, England, 2010-12
Using 2011 Census data disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) are calculated at birth and at ages 50 and 65, by the newly established NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England for the period 2010-12
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
28 Mar 14 Report
Disability-free life expectancy at birth and at ages 50 and 65: Clinical Commissioning Groups (2010-12) (Excel sheet 396Kb)
Disability-free life expectancy (DFLE) and life expectancy (LE) for males and females at birth and ages 50 and 65: Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England, 2010-12
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
28 Mar 14 Reference table
Healthy Life Expectancy at Birth and at Age 65: Clinical Commissioning Groups (2010-12)
This short story will be the first to estimate healthy life expectancy (HLE) at birth and age 65 for males and females, by the Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England for the period 2010-2012.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
21 Mar 14 Report
Healthy Life Expectancy at birth and at age 65: Clinical Commissioning Groups (2010-12) (Excel sheet 238Kb)
Healthy Life Expectancy (HLE) and Life Expectancy (LE) for males and females at birth and age 65: Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in England, 2010-2012.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Other
21 Mar 14 Reference table
2011 Census Analysis - How do People Rate their Health? An Analysis of General Health by Long-term Limiting Illness and Deprivation
Disability and 'Good' health by age, sex and area in England and Wales
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
20 Feb 14 Release
How do People Rate their General Health? An Analysis of General Health by Disability and Deprivation
The relationship between 'Good' health and disability by age, sex and relative deprivation. The analysis using 2011 Census data allows us to look in detail at disabled people and how they rate their general health.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
20 Feb 14 Report
What does the 2011 Census tell us about health and disability?
How age and area influence ‘Good’ health among disabled people
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
20 Feb 14 Summary
How people perceive their health - infographic
Relationship between 'good' health and disability in England and Wales infographic
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Other area classification
20 Feb 14 Summary
2011 Census Analysis - Inequality in General Health and Activity Limiting Health Problems and Disabilities by IMD 2010 Area Deprivation, England 2011
Analysis of self assessed health and disability, for males and females, by area deprivation in England, 2011.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
14 Feb 14 Release
Analysis of Self Assessed Health and Disability, for Males and Females, by Area Deprivation in England, 2011 (Excel sheet 92Kb)
Percentages and age standardised percentages of males and females assessing health as 'not good' and with disability.
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
14 Feb 14 Reference table
Detailed Analysis of Health Deprivation Divide using the 2011 Census
Analysis which focuses on the extent of inequality in health and disability between more and less advantaged populations in England using Census 2011 and area deprivation data
Coverage: England
Geographic breakdown: Country
14 Feb 14 Report
Health inequality widest in older middle-aged census analysis shows
What are the health differences between residents of more and less disadvantaged areas in England?
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
14 Feb 14 Summary
Accommodation Type by Ethnic Group by General Health, 2011 (Excel sheet 44Kb)
This table classifies the usual resident population of England and Wales as at census day 2011, by ethnic group, accommodation type and self-reported health
Coverage: England and Wales
21 Jan 14 Reference table
2011 Census Analysis - Differences in Disability Prevalence by Socio-economic Occupational Groupings in England, Wales, English Regions and Local Authorities, 2011
Differences in age standardised rates of disability between groups of people based on their occupation and employment contracts (socio-economic class).These differences can be described as the inequality in disability and can be compared between classes in the same geographical location.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
03 Dec 13 Release
Differences in Disability Prevalence by Socio-economic Occupational Groupings in England, Wales, English Regions and Local Authorities, 2011
Age-standardised activity limitation rates by National Statistic Socio-economic Classification (NS-SEC) by gender and area. Inequality between classes is measured by the Slope Index of Inequality (SII) to identify areas with the greatest divides in terms of health
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Region
03 Dec 13 Report
Severe disabilities may be restricting workers’ access to top jobs and careers
In England and Wales, the ‘higher managerial and professional’ occupation category had the lowest proportion of workers with severe disabilities in 2011
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
03 Dec 13 Summary
Social variations in disability prevalence infographic
Infographic showing social variations in disability prevalence
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
03 Dec 13 Summary
Age-standardised Rate of Disability by Local Authority, Gender and NS-SEC class, 2011 Census (Excel sheet 764Kb)
Disability rates (Age standardised (ESP 2013)) by reduced National Statistic Socio-economic classification for local authorities in England and Wales
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
03 Dec 13 Reference table
Age-standardised Disability Rate by Country/Region, Gender and NS-SEC Class, 2011 Census (Excel sheet 379Kb)
Disability rates (Age standardised (ESP 2013)) by reduced National Statistic Socio-economic classification for England, Wales and English regions from the 2011 Census
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
03 Dec 13 Reference table
Inequality in Age-standardised Self-assessed Disability Rates by Local Authority and Gender, 2011 Census (Excel sheet 2448Kb)
Inequality in disability prevalence rates assessed by Slope Index of Inequality by gender and local authorities in England and Wales
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
03 Dec 13 Reference table
Age-standardised Rates of Disability by Local Authority, Range and Ratio by Gender for NS-SEC Class 1 and Class 7, 2011 Census (Excel sheet 223Kb)
Range in self-assessed disability rates between National Statistics Socio-economic Classification class 1 and class 7 and the ratio of the disability rates of class 7 divided by class 1 for local authorities in England and Wales
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
03 Dec 13 Reference table
Age-standardised Rate of Disability by Region/Country, Range and Ratio by Gender and NS-SEC Class 1 and Class 7, 2011 Census (Excel sheet 136Kb)
Range in self-assessed disability rates between National Statistics Socio-economic Classification class 1 and class 7 and the ratio of the disability rates of class 7 divided by class 1 for England and Wales, England, Wales and English regions.
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Country, Region
03 Dec 13 Reference table
2011 Census Analysis - Local Authority Variations in Self-assessed General Health for Males and Females, England and Wales, 2011
Self-assessed general health by age, gender and administrative geographical areas in England and Wales, using 2011 Census data
Coverage: England and Wales
Geographic breakdown: Local Authority and County
21 Nov 13 Release
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