Exploring outcomes for disabled people across a range of areas of life.

Publications

  • Disability and crime, UK: 2019

    An overview of published data on disability and crime in the UK and analysis of the experiences of domestic abuse and sexual assault for disabled adults aged 16 to 59 years in England and Wales. Analysis by age, sex and impairment type.

  • Disability and education, UK: 2019

    Annual data on the highest level of qualification attained by disabled and non-disabled people aged 21 to 64 years. Analysis by age, sex, impairment type, impairment severity and country.

  • Disability and employment, UK: 2019

    Employment outcomes for disabled adults, with analysis by age, sex, impairment type, country and working patterns using Labour Force Survey (LFS) and Annual Population Survey (APS) data.

  • Disability and social participation, England: 2018

    Exploring the social participation of disabled and non-disabled adults in England across civic engagement and social action; volunteering; and participation in groups, clubs and organisations.

  • Improving disability data in the UK: 2019

    An introductory article looking at global drivers for improving how we look at disability, including a summary of new analysis on disabled people’s lives, and proposals for addressing the gaps in evidence.

  • Disability and housing, UK: 2019

    Housing outcomes for disabled adults, with analysis by age, sex, impairment type and country using Annual Population Survey (APS) data.

  • Disability, well-being and loneliness, UK: 2019

    Personal well-being (UK) and loneliness (England) outcomes for disabled adults, with analysis by age, sex, impairment type, impairment severity and country.

Data

  • Disability and well-being

    Average well-being ratings of disabled and non-disabled people in the UK, with breakdowns of year, impairment type, impairment severity, age, sex and country.

  • Disability and employment

    Employment outcomes for disabled adults, with analysis by age, sex, impairment type, country and working patterns using Labour Force Survey (LFS) and Annual Population Survey (APS) data.

  • Disability and loneliness

    The proportion of disabled and non-disabled people in England who feel lonely “often or always”, with breakdowns of year, impairment severity, age and sex.

  • Disability and education

    Annual data on the highest level of qualification attained by disabled and non-disabled people aged 21 to 64 years. Analysis by age, sex, impairment type, impairment severity and country.

  • Disability and social participation

    Tables for the proportion of disabled and non-disabled people in England who participate in civic engagements; social action; volunteering; and groups, clubs or organisations, with breakdowns by year, impairment severity, age and sex.

  • Disability and housing, UK

    Housing outcomes for disabled adults, with analysis by age, sex, main impairment type and country using Annual Population Survey (APS) data.

  • Disability and crime

    Proportions of adults aged 16 to 59 years that experienced domestic abuse and sexual assault by disability status in England and Wales. Analysis by country, age, sex and impairment type.