Data and supporting information about health, disability, and unpaid care from Census 2021 in England and Wales.
These publications are part of the topic summaries and will include:· datasets, statistical bulletins and supporting information.
It includes univariate data (one variable only) down to Output Area (OA) level, where possible. This release also includes data for ward-level geographies for a number of topic summary datasets. Further ward data will be published on 30 January. Multivariate data (more than one variable) will be released in early 2023.
Disability, England and Wales: Census 2021
Information on disability in England and Wales, Census 2021 data.
Unpaid care, England and Wales: Census 2021
The number of usual residents aged 5 years and over who provide unpaid care, and how many hours they provide in a typical week, Census 2021 data.
General health, England and Wales: Census 2021
People's health across local authorities in England and Wales, Census 2021 data.
Health, disability and unpaid care quality information for Census 2021
Known quality information affecting health, disability, and unpaid care data from Census 2021 in England and Wales to help users correctly interpret the statistics.
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