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Statistics Release: Adults with learning disabilities - implementation of ‘The same as you?’ Scotland 20101 Background This Statistics Release provides national figures supplied by local authorities in Scotland for adults with learning disabilities. The statistics in this publication are a result of „The same as you?‟ review of services for people with learning disabilities, published in May 2000.2 The review proposed 29 recommendations for developing learning disability services and set out a programme for change over 10 years. The Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability eSAY3 team has collected learning disability statistics on behalf of the Scottish Government since 2008. Anonymised individual records are provided by local authorities for each adult known to them. Strict guidelines have been followed to ensure anonymity and no identifying details have been provided to SCLD by local authorities. In previous years learning disability statistics were derived from aggregate totals only.4 The definitions applied in 2010 are from the eSAY National Data Standards.5 This document informs the eSAY Guidance notes which are annually sent to Local Authorities.6

2010 collection Local authorities provided information on 27,391 adults with a learning disability in Scotland in 2010. The change in known adults with a learning disability for all 32 local authorities was marginally lower in 2010 (0.1% decrease in 2010 compared to a 0.6% increase in 2009), while only six local authorities recorded a 1% or more change in the number of known adults with a learning disability in 2010 compared to ten authorities in 2009. The completeness of data reporting continued to improve in 2010, most notably for further education for which there was a 21% increase in known information. Table 15 in Section 13 shows the completeness of data reporting for each item from 2008-2010.7

eSAY development projects The eSAY team commissioned five development projects with local authorities in 2010 to carry out research aimed at improving the quality of data returns and the data return process.8 Implementing the findings of the eSAY development projects should provide access to new datasets and expand the dataset by identifying additional adults that are not included in the current collection process.

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This is an official statistics publication for Scotland The same as you?: http://www.scotland.gov.uk/ldsr/docs/tsay-00.asp 3 eSAY: electronic same as you? Website: http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/what-is-esay 4 With the exception of advocacy. 5 http://www.scld.org.uk/sites/default/files/LD%20and%20ASD%20Dataset%204.2.pdf 6 http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources 7 Local Authorities reported an improved understanding of the collection process through greater familiarity and experience. 8 eSAY development projects: Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) - Renfrewshire Council; Education - Edinburgh Council; Employment – East Renfrewshire Council; Insight (Employment Database) – Renfrewshire Council; Local Area Coordination (LAC)- Stirling Council. 2

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To date two development projects have been completed. These are the East Renfrewshire Council eSAY Employment project and the Renfrewshire Council eSAY ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) project. Both development projects have resulted in a considerable increase in known information and improved the accuracy of the eSAY database. East Renfrewshire – Employment East Renfrewshire increased known employment information by 173%9 by implementing quality control checks, process improvements and accessing new data sources. Employment information is now known for 89% of adults with a learning disability10 in East Renfrewshire. As a result East Renfrewshire now has the fifth highest known proportion of adults in employment or training for employment in Scotland (21% in 2010 compared to 12% in 2009). This increase in known information is likely to be a result of the development work rather than an actual rise. Renfrewshire – ASD The number of adults for which ASD diagnosis information was known increased at a faster rate in Renfrewshire compared to Scotland (33% compared to 28% nationally). Known ASD diagnoses also increased at a higher rate in Renfrewshire (32% compared to 12% for Scotland overall). The implementation of both East Renfrewshire and Renfrewshire Council‟s recommendations by the other local authorities is strongly recommended to enhance the quality of the eSAY dataset and improve the data collection process. The development reports and summarised versions of the recommendations by the eSAY team are available on the eSAY website at: http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-andresources/development-project-reports/development-project-report. The eSAY summary recommendations outline the context and aim of each recommendation and also the steps for implementation.

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Adults for whom employment information is known increased from 103 in 2009 to 281 in 2010 (173%). Up from 35% in 2009

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Key Findings11 Population In 2010, 32 local authorities provided information on 27,391 adults across Scotland which represents a marginal decrease in the number of recorded adults with a learning disability compared to 2009 (-0.1%, -280 people). A number of local authorities cited quality control checks as being the principle reason for decreases in known adults with a learning disability. Autism Spectrum Disorder There was a considerable increase in the proportion of known information on people with an ASD diagnosis in 2010 (28% increase, representing 4,387adults). ASD diagnosis information is now known for 74% of the eSAY dataset (representing 20,204 adults). Employment The overall number and proportion of adults known to be in employment or training for employment marginally increased in 2010 (3,802 to 3,839 and 13.7% to 14.0% respectively) There has however been a shift in the type of employment opportunities adults with a learning disability were carrying out in 2010. Fewer adults were recorded in mainstream employment12 in 2010 (2,890 compared to 2,326 in 2009) and substantially more adults were recorded in training for employment (1,513 compared to 912 in 2009). Local Area Co-ordination (LAC) A recorded 8,049 adults had an LAC service (or one regarded as equivalent by the local authority) available to them in 2010 which is 6% (465 people) fewer than 2009. Nationally 29% of adults with a learning disability who had access to an LAC used LAC services during 2010 (2,370). This is 5% higher than in 2009. Day centre and day opportunities The number of adults recorded as having alternative opportunities continued to rise in 2010 (7,859 in 2009 to 8,872 in 2010) while the number of adults attending a day centre fell (6,226 in 2009 to 5,943 in 2010). Further education 9% of all adults with a learning disability were known to be enrolled in further education in 2010 which is 0.3% lower than in 2009 (2,408 in 2010 compared to 2,524 in 2009). However a higher number of adults were also known not to be in further education (9,883 in 2010 compared to 9,541 in 2009).

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Unless stated key findings % refer to information for known adults rather than all adults. Open; non-open and type not specified.

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Contents Page 5: Adults known to local authorities Page 8: Autism Spectrum Disorder Page 10: Lives with a family carer Page 12: Number of people with learning disabilities in the same accommodation Page 14: Accommodation type Page 17: Local Area Co-ordination Page 19: Personal Life Plans/Person Centred Plans Page 20: Advocacy Page 22: Employment opportunities Page 28: Day centres and day opportunities Page 30: Further education Page 32: Further analysis Page 32: Data completeness Page 35: Further information Annex A: National level statistics Annex B: Local Authority level statistics

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Section 1: Adults known to local authorities Population Local authorities reported on the number of adults with learning disabilities known to services in their area.13 In 2010, 32 local authorities provided information on 27,391 adults across Scotland which represents a marginal decrease (-0.1%, -280 adults) in the number of recorded adults with a learning disability compared to 2009. This slight decrease is a result of some local authorities carrying out quality control checks which resulted in a net decrease in known adults with a learning disability (Highland (-302); South Lanarkshire (-247); Renfrewshire (-144); and Edinburgh (-34)). There was also a slight corresponding decrease in the number of people with a learning disability per 1,000 population. Nationally there are now 6.4 people per 1,000 population with a known learning disability compared to 6.5 per 1,000 population in 2009. Eilean Sair/ Western Isles reported the highest increase in known adults per 1,000. As a result Eilean Sair is now the local authority with the most adults with a learning disability per 1,000 population (10.1) in Scotland while Perth and Kinross has the lowest (3.7 per 1,000) (Chart 1). There was a reported increase in the number of adults known to have a learning disability in North Lanarkshire (131 adults); Inverclyde (106); West Lothian (82 adults).

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The eSAY data collection collects data on adults with learning disabilities and autism spectrum disorders in Scotland. Specifically, information is collected on people aged 16 and over and not in full-time education. All adults who match these criteria and who are known to local authorities, regardless of the services they are currently receiving (if any) are included. Adults with learning disabilities that are no longer in direct contact with local authorities are included in the database for three years from the last known contact.

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Chart 1: Rates of adults (per 1,000 population) with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2010)14 0.0

2.0

4.0

6.0

8.0

Aberdeen City

10.0

7.1

Aberdeenshire

6.3

Angus

5.8

Argyll & Bute

5.3

Clackmannanshire

6.1

Dumfries & Galloway

7.1

Dundee City

8.3

East Ayrshire

5.3

East Dunbartonshire

4.9

East Lothian

7.9

East Renfrewshire

4.4

Edinburgh

8.3

Eilean Siar

10.1

Falkirk

6.2

Fife

4.1

Glasgow City

5.5

Highland

5.8

Inverclyde

8.7

Midlothian

10.0

Moray

6.5

North Ayrshire

5.0

North Lanarkshire

8.7

Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross

4.9 3.7

Renfrewshire

8.1

Scottish Borders

6.1

Shetland Isles

7.5

South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling

12.0

5.4 4.4 6.0

West Dunbartonshire

8.1

West Lothian

6.3

Scotland

6.4

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Population data sourced from The General Registers Office for Scotland (GROS) (http://www.groscotland.gov.uk/statistics/population.html)

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Age and Gender Structure The majority of adults with a recorded learning disability are male (57%, 15,665 adults). At a national level there was a slight increase in the number of young male (63 people, 3%) and female adults (46 people, 4%) aged 16-20 with a learning disability, while there was a fall in the number of older male (100 people, -7%) and female (161 people, -11%) adults aged 65 and over with a learning disability. The number of males and females aged 21-64, which represents the majority of the dataset (78% of total learning disability population, 21,343 people) remained virtually unchanged. Table 1: Number of adults recorded as having a learning disability (2008-2010) 2008 Male Female Total*

14,516 10,711 25,252

No. change 2008-2010 15,665 1,149 11,555 844 27,391 2,139

2009

2010

15,699 11,704 27,671

% change 2008-2010 7.9% 7.9% 8.5%

*Total includes adults with unknown gender and age

Chart 2: Number of adults recorded as having a learning disability (2008-2010) 16,000 15,000 14,000 13,000 12,000 11,000

10,000 2008

2009 Male

2010

Female

Ethnicity The vast majority (98.3%) of people with a learning disability in Scotland were classified as „white.‟ Only 1.7% were recorded as having „other‟ ethnic backgrounds. Of the remaining 1.7%: 1.1% were classified as „Asian, Asian Scottish‟; 0.3% as „mixed‟; 0.2% as „other‟ and 0.1% as „black, black Scottish.‟ Ethnicity was recorded for 22,629 adults with learning disability (83% of those known to local authorities). Further information on the age structure; gender and ethnicity of people with a learning disability is available at national level in Annex A and at local authority level in Annex B.

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Section 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder There was a considerable increase in the proportion of known information on ASD diagnoses (28%, increase, representing 4,387adults).15 ASD diagnosis information is now known for 20,204 adults (Chart 3).16 The number of people known to have an ASD diagnosis increased from 2,270 in 2009 to 2,548 in 2010 (12% increase, representing 278 adults).17 There was a corresponding increase in each of the three ASD classifications. Of those diagnosed with ASD: 49% (1,250 people) have Classic Autism; 21% (529 people) have Asperger‟s Syndrome; and 30% (769 people) have an „Other ASD Disorder‟.18 Chart 3: Autism Spectrum Disorder (2010)

529

769

No ASD diagnosis (87%)

1,250

Classical Autism (6%)

Asperger's Syndrome (3%)

Other Autism Spectrum Disorders (4%)

Total: 20,204 Not known: 7,187

17,656

Change since 2008 Since 2008 there has been an overall steady increase in the number of adults receiving learning disability services that are known to have been diagnosed with classic autism (36% increase) and Asperger‟s Syndrome (53% increase), while the number of adults recorded as having an „other‟ 15

Please see eSAY Guidance Notes for ASD definitions. http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-andresources 16 433 adults with ASD who do not have a learning disability are included in the eSAY database because they are receiving a learning disability service (Annex A, Table A6). 17 Scottish Borders stated the number of known adults with ASD was likely to be under-estimate due to a lack of resources in diagnostic services. North Ayrshire also reported a decrease in the number of known adults with ASD which was attributed to complying more closely with the eSAY ASD guidance. 18 Highland Council records all ASD clients as „other ASD‟ (108 adults) as its current management system cannot differentiate between the eSAY ASD categories.

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ASD classification has more than doubled (234% increase). The number of adults recorded as having no ASD diagnosis also increased considerably (48%) over this time. This reflects an improved understanding of the diagnostic status of all adults within the eSAY database since 2008. Improvements in diagnosis and data recording have helped improve the completeness of data reporting on ASD from 53% in 2008 to 74% in 2010. Improving ASD information is likely to be the result of: improved diagnosis; wider diagnostic criteria; increasing public awareness; better data reporting; or a combination of all these factors. Table 2 shows the year-on-year numerical change since 2008 while Chart 4 shows the increasing trend in known ASD diagnoses. Table 2: Number of known adults with ASD by classification (2008-2010) No. change % change 2008 2009 2010 2008-2010 2008-2010 Classic Autism 918 1,183 1,250 332 36% Aspergerâ€&#x;s 346 486 529 183 53% Syndrome Other ASD 230 601 769 539 234% Disorder No ASD 11,957 13,547 17,656 5,699 48% diagnosis Total 13,451 15,817 20,204 6,753 50% Chart 4: Recorded ASD Classification (2008-2010) 1400

1200 1000

800 600

400 200 2008 Classic Autism

2009 Asperger’s Syndrome

2010 Other ASD Disorder

The eSAY team will prepare a separate ASD policy and data report. The study will provide a detailed analysis of the complete ASD eSAY database and is useful to policy makers; health care professionals and individuals and families with ASD.

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Section 3: Lives with a family carer Overall, 9,259 adults were reported as living with a family carer in 2010.19 This represents 43% of the adults for which this information was known in Scotland. 6,348 adults live with a parent (69%); 1,854 live with a family carer that was not specified (20%); 503 live with a sibling (5%); 334 live with another relative (4%); 187 live with a family carer they were not related to (2%);20 and 33 live with a son/ daughter (0.4%). Chart 5: The relationship of adults with learning disabilities to family carers (2010)

503

187 33 334

Parent (69%) Not specified (20%) Sibling (5%)

1,854 Son/daughter (0.4%) Other relative (4%) Family carer, not related (2%)

6,348

Total: 21,415 Not known: 5,976

There was a slight recorded increase in the number of adults who live with a family carer (515 people, 6%) and a similar reported increase in the number of adults with a learning disability who do not live with a family carer (615 people, 5%).21 It is reasonable to assume that the 6,348 adults living with a parent carer is an underestimate as there are a further 1,854 adults for whom the family carer was not specified. Of the 7,40522 adults living with a family carer (for whom the status of the family carer was known) 86% had parent carers.

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12,156 adults did not live with a family carer The ‘family carer not related’ sub code refers to people that have support to live with a family which is not their own. 21 An increase in both these values is attributable to the considerable increase in known information (43% increase in 2010) 22 9,259 adults live with a family carer – 1,854 adults that live with a family carer not specified = 7,405. 20

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Change since 2008 The number and proportion of recorded parent carers has increased markedly since 2008 and while relatively low in number, the proportion of sibling and relative carers has also increased. An increasing number of other relatives are also being recorded as family carers (197 people, 144%). Table 3: Number of adults living with a family carer (2008-2010) 2008 Parent Not specified Sibling Another relative Not related Son/ daughter Total

3,753 3,571 292 137 40 7,793

2009 5,658 2,163 483 273 146 21 8,744

2010 6,348 1,854 503 334 187 33 9,259

No. change 2008-2010 2,595 -1,717 211 197 41 -7 1,320

% change 2008-2010 69% -48% 72% 144% 28% -18% 19%

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Section 4: Number of people with learning disabilities in the same accommodation Local authorities were asked to provide information on how many people with a learning disability were living in the same household.23 Local authorities were asked to include the person who was the subject of the assessment (i.e. “1 person� accommodation would be returned by local authorities where a person with a learning disability is the only person with a learning disability living in the household). The breakdown of the number of adults with a learning disability living in the same accommodation was as follows: 15,183 adults were the only person with a learning disability living in their accommodation (72%); 3,894 adults live in accommodation with 2-4 people with a learning disability (19%); 1,920 adults live with at least 5 other people with learning disabilities (9%). Chart 6: Number of adults with a learning disability living in the same accommodation (2010) 1,920

1 person (72%)

3,894

2-4 people (19%) 5+ people (9%)

15,183

Total known: 20,997 Not known: 6,394

Local authorities were able to provide information on 20,997 adults in 2010, which represents a reported increase of 1,838 people (10%) from 2009. The number of people with a learning disability who were the only person with a learning disability living in their household continued to increase in 2010 (10% increase, representing 1,485 people).

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This information is not collected by Moray or North Lanarkshire Council.

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Change since 2008 Since 2008 there has been a considerable increase (49%, 5,011 people) in the number of adults that are the only people living in their accommodation with a learning disability. The number of adults with a learning disability who live with 2-4 adults with a learning disability and 5 or more adults also increased (by 35% and 24% respectively). Table 4: Number of adults with a learning disability in the same accommodation (2008-2010) 2008 1 person 2-4 people 5 or more people Total

2009

10,172 2,874 1,544 14,590

13,698 3,708 1,753 19,159

2010 15,183 3,894 1,920 20,997

No. change 2008-2009 5,011 1,020 376 6,407

% change 2008-2009 49% 35% 24% 44%

Chart 7: Number of adults with a learning disability living in the same accommodation 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2000 0 2008

2009 1 person

2-4 people

2010 5+

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Section 5: Accommodation type24 Almost two-thirds (14,724 people, 60%) of adults with a learning disability stay in mainstream accommodation25 while almost a quarter (5,669 people, 23%) live in supported accommodation.26 A tenth (2,403 people, 10%) live in registered adult care homes,27 and 6% (1,516 people) live in „other‟ accommodation.28 Accommodation type is now known for 89% of adults with a learning disability. Chart 8 shows the type of accommodation people with learning disabilities live in. Chart 8: Accommodation type (2010)

1,516 Mainstream (60%)

2,403

Supported Accommodation (23%) Registered Adult Care Homes (10%) Other (6%) 5,669 14,724 Total: 24,312 Not known: 3,079

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Information was collected on accommodation type for the first time in 2009. Accommodation type replaced the tenure type item as it was felt accommodation type would provide more useful information and would also correspond with the ways many local authorities record information. 25 Mainstream accommodation is a home which has not been adapted for the individual‟s needs in any way. This may, but not always, include the family home. 26 Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live independently. 27 A registered adult care home refers to a residential care home where a number of other adults may live. The accommodation is usually in single rooms and residents have access to on-site care services. 28 “Other” type of accommodation is made up of: special housing; sheltered housing; NHS facilities/ hospitals; homeless; penal institutions; specialist rehabilitation units; independent hospitals; and mobile accommodation.

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Change since 2008 The number of known adults in mainstream accommodation, supported accommodation and registered adult care homes increased slightly from 2009 to 2010. Most noticeably however the number of adults living in „otherâ€&#x; accommodation increased by over a third (38%, 414 people). Table 5: Accommodation Type (2009-2010) 2008 Mainstream Supported accommodation Registered adult care home Other Total

2009 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

13,626

No. change 2009-2010 14,724 1,098

2010

% change 2009-2010 8%

5,388

5,669

281

5%

2,364 1,102 21,378

2,403 1,516 24,312

39 414 2,934

2% 38% 8%

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‘Other’ accommodation 1,512 adults with a learning disability live in an “other” type of accommodation which is made up of: 861 adults in special housing (57% of „other‟); 265 adults in sheltered housing (18%); 217 adults in hospitals/ NHS facilities (14%); 83 adults are homeless (5%); 24 adults in penal institutions (2%); 12 adults in specialist rehabilitation units (1%); 13 adults in independent hospitals (1%); and 8 adults in mobile accommodation (1%).29 Chart 9: ‘Other’ accommodation type (2010) Special housing (57%)

83

33 24

12 13 8

Sheltered housing (18%) NHS facilities/ hospitals (14%) Homeless (5%)

217

Registered Child Care Accommodation (2%) Penal Institutions (2%) 861

265

Specialist rehabilitation units (1%) Independent hospitals (1%) Mobile accommodation (1%)

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A further 33 people were registered as living in registered child accommodation (Note: only includes those aged 16 years and over). 30 Source: The same as you? Page 9.

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Section 6: Local Area Co-ordination One of the recommendations of „The same as you?â€&#x; was that local authorities and health boards should put in place Local Area Co-ordinators (LACs) to get to know people with learning disabilities and their families, and assist them to identify; support and meet their needs. Local Area Co-ordinators work in a person centred way with individuals, families and communities to assist people to achieve the outcomes they wish in their lives and in particular to enable them to be included as citizens in the communities in which they live.31 LAC use and availability32 A recorded 8,049 adults now have a LAC service (or one regarded as equivalent by the local authority) available to them, which is 6% (465 people) fewer than in 2009. In 2010, 2,370 people used LAC services,33 while a further 5,679 adults had an LAC service available to them. Nationally 29% of adults with a learning disability who had access to an LAC used LAC services during 2010. This is 5% higher than in 2009. Chart 10 shows LAC availability and use by local authority area. More detailed information is available in Annex B, Table B6. Chart 10: Use and availability of Local Area Co-ordination services (2010)34

West Lothian

West Dunbartonshire

Stirling

South Lanarkshire

South Ayrshire

Shetland Isles

Scottish Borders

Renfrewshire

Perth & Kinross

Orkney Islands

North Ayrshire

Moray

Highland

Midlothian

Uses LAC

North Lanarkshire

LAC available

Inverclyde

Glasgow City

Fife

Falkirk

Eilean Siar

Edinburgh

East Renfrewshire

East Lothian

East Dunbartonshire

East Ayrshire

Dundee City

Dumfries & Galloway

Argyll & Bute

Clackmannanshire

Angus

Aberdeenshire

Aberdeen City

850 800 750 700 650 600 550 500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0

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http://www.scld.org.uk/local-area-co-ordination/consultation-local-area-co-ordination-framework/consultation-local-area Data was collected for the first time in 2008 on both availability and use of local area co-ordinators within local authority areas. 33 Coded categories of availability and use include: no LAC service available; individual does have a LAC in their area and does use service; individual does have a LAC in their area and does not use service; service availability is constrained; individual has indicated they do not want to use this service. 34 Angus (no LACs but a range of staff undertake tasks associated with the role); Clackmannanshire; Dundee; Falkirk; Glasgow; North Lanarkshire; Orkney; South Ayrshire and Shetland Islands did not have a LAC service in 2010 (Source: SCLD LAC Map of Services: http://www.scld.org.uk/local-area-co-ordination/area) 32

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There was a 19% increase in the number of adults for which LAC information is known. This followed a 38% recorded increase in 2009. Information on LAC services is now known for 18,738 adults with a learning disability. Change since 200835 The statistics on LAC availability from 2008-2010 are rather mixed. The number of adults using an LAC service increased each year since 2008. At the same time the number of adults for whom the LAC service is unavailable has more than doubled (151% increase since 2007). Both of these occurrences are likely to be the direct result of improving LAC data from the Local Authorities rather than reflecting actual year on year trends. The number of adults who reportedly had an LAC available to them and did not use them also decreased in 2010 (793 people, -12%). This may have been the combined result of reduced service availability (465 people, -5%) and an increase in service use (328 people, 16%). Table 6: Local Area Co-ordination use and availability (2008-2010) 2008 No LAC service available LAC Service available Does not use LAC Uses LAC

2009

2010

No. change 2008-2010

% change 2008-2010

4,252

7,284

10,689

6,437

151%

7,160 5,343 1,817

8,514 6,472 2,042

8,049 5,679 2,370

889 336 553

12% 6% 30%

Chart 11: Local Area Co-ordination use and availability (2008-2010) 11,000 10,000 9,000

8,000 7,000 6,000

5,000 4,000 3,000 2,000 1,000 2008 No LAC service available

2009 LAC Service available

2010 Does not use LAC

Uses LAC

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Some LAC teams have narrowed their eligibility criteria which has reduced the availability of service provision. For example one local authority is now exclusively working with young adults in transition.

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Section 7: Personal Life Plans/Person Centred Plans A Personal Life Plan (PLP) is a process for continual listening and learning which, in alliance with a person‟s family and friends, focuses and acts upon what is important to someone now and in the future. „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should be able to have one.36 Over two-thirds (68%) of eligible adults (16,424 people) with a learning disability (for which PLP information is known) now have a PLP (33% increase, representing 2,769 people).37 There was also a slight reported decrease in the number of people that do not have a PLP (-5%, 262 people). Change since 2008 Data reporting on PLP has consistently improved since 2008. An additional 88% of adults (5,258 people) are now known to have a PLP while a noticeable number of known eligible adults have been added to the database (4,702, 40% increase). Table 7: Personal Life Plan (2008-2010) 2008 Yes No Eligible adults

No. change 2008-2010 11,249 5,258 5,175 -556 16,424 4,702

2009

5,991 5,731 11,722

2010

8,480 5,437 13,917

% change 2008-2010 88% -10% 40%

Chart 12: Personal Life Plan (2008-2010) 18000 16000 14000 12000 10000 8000 6000 4000 2008

2009 Yes

No

2010 Eligible adults

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The definition of what constitutes a PLP or PLP equivalent was clarified in the 2010 guidance notes. Aberdeen Council reported a large rise in known adults with a PLP due to more „robust reporting‟ (445 in 2009 to 880 in 2010). Large increases were also recorded in East Lothian due to „improvements in data collection‟ (44 in 2009 to 326 in 2010); Fife (190 in 2009 to 579 in 2010); Renfrewshire (58 in 2009 to 312 in 2010) and South Lanarkshire (371 in 2009 to 581 in 2010) also reported increases. 37

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Section 8: Advocacy Advocacy services enable people to have a greater say in decisions which affect their lives.38 Advocacy services play a key role in allowing people with a learning disability to play an active role in their community and help shape future services. Improving access to advocacy services is a key recommendation of the „The same as you?â€&#x; and the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act 2003.39 There was an 18% reported increase in the number of people for whom advocacy information is known (1,228 people). Advocacy information is now known for 7,983 adults40 which is broken down as follows: 5,861 adults do not have an advocate and do not require one (73%); 334 do not have an advocate but require one (4%); 855 have a professional advocate (11%); 324 take part in group/ collective advocacy (4%); 314 exercise self advocacy (4%); and 295 have a citizen/ independent advocate (4%). Chart 13: Advocacy (2010) 314

324

295

No advocate, advocate not required (73%) No advocate, advoctae required (4%) Professional advocate (11%)

855

Citizen/independent advocate(4%) Self advocacy (4%)

334

Group/colective advocacy (4%) 5,861

Total: 7,983 Not known: 19,408

Change since 2008 38

Source: The same as you? Page 35. Paragraph 20. http://www.opsi.gov.uk/legislation/scotland/acts2003/asp_20030013_en_1 40 Local authorities primarily aimed to return individual advocacy information and aggregated advocacy information when individual information was unknown. The advocacy information in this section refers to individual level advocacy data returned by 22 local authorities (Annex B, Table B8). 10 Local authorities also returned aggregate level advocacy data (Annex B, Table B9). 39

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The advocacy statistics show that since 2008 more adults are recording as having access to, or are taking up the advocacy services they require. There has been a recorded increase in the number of adults with a professional advocate (137 people, 19%), citizen/ independent advocate (132 people, 81%) and group/ collective advocacy (89 people, 38%). There has also been a slight reduction in the number of recorded adults who require an advocate but do not have one (-41 people, 11%). This has also been a considerable increase in known adults that do not to have an advocate but do not require one (3,399 people, 138%). Table 8: Advocacy (2008-2010) 2008 No advocate, advocate not required No advocate, advocate required Professional Advocate Citizen/independent Advocate Self Advocacy Group/Collective Advocacy

2009

No. change 2008-2010

2010

% change 2008-2010

2,462

5,180

5,861

3,399

138%

375

263

334

-41

-11%

718

658

855

137

19%

163 456

139 257

295 314

132 -142

81% -31%

235

258

324

89

38%

Chart 14: Advocacy (2008-2010) 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 2008 No advocate, advocate required Citizen/independent Advocate

2009

Professional Advocate

2010

Self Advocacy

Group/Collective Advocacy

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Section 9: Employment opportunities One of the recommendations of „The same as you?‟ was that greater priority should be given to developing a range of employment opportunities for people with learning disabilities. This is seen as being an essential element in enabling people to become part of society. All employment opportunities Employment opportunities information is now known for 15,175 adults. This represents a slight rise since 2009 (4%, 598 people). Employment opportunities information is still however only known for 55% of adults with a learning disability. 14.0% of all adults (3,839 people41) with a learning disability were in employment or training for employment in 2010 which is marginally higher than in 2009 (0.3% higher, 37 people42). There was however a rise in the number of adults that were not in employment or training for employment (5% increase, representing 561 people).43 Hours worked Information was also collected on the number of hours people with a learning disability work: 1,098 adults with a learning disability now work less than 16 hours per week – a reported increase of 26 people since 2009 (2%); 796 adults with a learning disability work 16 hours per week or more– a marginal decrease from 2009 (-0.1%, -1 person). A further 1,945 adults are in employment but the number of hours worked is unknown. This represents a slight increase since 2009 (1%, 12 people) Open and non-open employment opportunities Definitions of open and non-open employment used in the eSAY Guidance Notes were broadly consistent with previous collections. The definitions of open and non-open employment are: Open employment- „real‟ jobs, inclusive employment, in a workplace that is not specifically set up for people with learning disabilities. People with a learning disability get the going rate for the job. Non-open employment – the workplace is specifically set up for people with a learning disability. Non-open posts probably could not be advertised.44

41

3,839 people in employment or training for employment consists of: 1,098 adults working less than 16 hours; 796 adults working 16 hours or more; and 1,945 adults that are in employment or training for employment but hours worked is unknown. 42 3,802 (13.7%) of all adults a learning disability were in employment or training for employment in 2009 (eSAY 2010) 43 Fife and Scottish Borders made reference to challenging economic conditions which restricted employment opportunities for people with a learning disability. 44 More information on the definition of open and non-open employment can be found in the eSAY Data Collection 2010 Guidance notes.

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There was a slight decrease in adults in open employment (-13%, 159 people) and non open employment (-4%, 39 people) in 2010. This is compared to considerable progress in 2009.45 Of those in employment just over half (53%, 1,029 people) were recorded as being in open employment (47%, 916 people were in non-open employment) which is roughly the same proportional split as 2009. Chart 15 (overleaf) shows the number of adults known to be in employment or training for employment for each local authority (Annex B, Table B10). Chart 16 shows the number of adults in open and non open employment (Annex B, Table B11).

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There was a recorded increase in adults in open employment in 2009 (88% increase, 555 people)

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Chart 15: Number of adults in employment or training for employment (2010) 3500

3000

2500

2000

1500

1000

500

0

Adults in employment or training for employment

Adults not in employment or training for employment

Unknown

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Chart 16: Number of adults in open; non-open and not specified employment (2010)

250

200

150

100

50

0

Adults in open employment

Adults in non-open employment

In Employment (type not specified)

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Change since 2008 Employment opportunities The number of known adults with a learning disability in employment or training for employment (T.F.E) has almost doubled since 2008 (86% increase, representing 1,780 people). This increase is directly attributable to a change in recording to include categories for „adults in employment or T.F.E but hours unknown‟ and „in employment, type not specified.‟ There has been a notable decrease in the number of adults working less than 16 hours per week since 2008 (-228 people, -17%) and a slight rise in the number of people working over 16 hours per week (63 people, 9% increase). Table 9: Employment or training for employment (T.F.E) (2008-2010) 2008 Working under 16 hours per week Working 16 hours per week and over In employment or T.F.E but hours unknown46 Total in Employment or T.F.E. Total in employment or T.F.E as % of total adults

2009

2010

No. change 2008-2010

% change 2008-2010

1,326

1,072

1,098

-228

-17%

733

797

796

63

9%

-

1,933

1,945

-

-

2,059

3,802

3,839

1,780

86%

8.0%

13.7%

14.0%

-

6%

Types of employment opportunity There has been a rise in the number of adults reported to be in open employment since 2008 (396 people, 63%). However the number of people in non-open employment has decreased over the same time period (-110 people, -11%). This may have been the result of non-open placements becoming open employment opportunities and may be investigated in more detail in a forthcoming eSAY Employment Study. Adults known to be in employment but where the type of employment is unknown also notably decreased in 2010 (-50%, representing 367 people). However the number of people known not to be in employment or T.F.E markedly increased (66%, representing 601 people). 46

Category added 2009

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Table 10: Type of employment opportunity (2008-2010)

633

1,188

1,029

No. change 2008-2010 396

1,026

955

916

-110

-11%

-

732 15

365 16

-

-

-

912

1,513

-

-

1,65948

3,802

3,836

2,180

131%

2008 Open employment Non-open employment In employment type not specified Self employed Not currently in employment but in T.F.E47 Total in employment or T.F.E

2009

2010

% change 2008-2010 63%

47

Category added 2009. The difference in known employment or training for employment in Table 9 and 10 for 2008 is due to a difference in reporting. Not currently in employment but in T.F.E was added in 2009. 48

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Section 10: Day centres and day opportunities Over a third (34%) of adults with a learning disability do not attend a day centre and do not have alternative opportunities.49 Around another third (32%) of adults do not attend a day centre but have alternative opportunities. The full breakdown of adults attending day centres is: 6,047 do not attend a day centre (34%); 5,608 do not attend a day centre but have alternative opportunities (32%); 3,264 attend a day centre less than 5 days a week and have alternative opportunities (19%); 1,628 attend a day centre 5 days a week (9%); and 1,051 attend a day centre less than 5 days a week and have no alternative opportunities (6%).

Chart 17: Number of adults attending day centres and receiving alternative opportunities (2010) 1,628

Attending a day centre 5 days per week (9%)

1,051

Attending less than 5 days per week with no alt. opps. (6%)

6,047

3,264

Attending less than 5 days per week with alt. opps. (19%)

Not attending but has alt. opps. (32%) Not attending a day centre, with no alt. opps. (34%) 5,608 Total: 17,598 Not known: 9,793

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Aberdeen City Council closed all but one of its day centres during 2010 and closed down its Community Placement Team. Angus reported that it was in the middle of a significant redesign of its day opportunity services which affected its 2010 day centre figures. North Ayrshire attributed a reduction in day opportunities to its investment in developing training opportunities for employment.

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There was a modest increase in the number of recorded adults for which day centre and day opportunities information was known during 2010 (4% increase, 751 additional people). Information is now known for 17,159 adults.50 Change since 2008 The most prominent change since 2008 is the considerable increase in the number of adults that are recorded as not attending day centres but have alternative opportunities (3,532 additional people, 170% increase). An increasing number of adults also had alternative opportunities 8,87251 in 2010 compared to 2008 (5,053 people, 76% increase). Table 11: Adults attending day centres and receiving alternative opportunities (2008-2010) 2008 Day Centre: Day centre 5 days per week 1,620 Day centre <5 days & alternative Opportunities 2,977 Day centre <5 days & no alternative Opportunities 985 Total at day centre 5,582 No day centre: No day centre & alternative opportunities 2,076 No day centre & no alternative opportunities 6,349 Total not at day centre 8,425 Alternative opportunities: Total with 5,053 Total without 7,334

2009

2010

No. change 2008-2010

% change 2008-2010

1,678

1,628

8

0%

3,458

3,264

287

10%

1,090

1,051

66

0%

6,226

5,943

361

6%

4,401

5,608

3,532

170%

6,220

6,047

-302

-5%

10,621

11,655

3,230

38%

7,859 7,310

8,872 7,098

3,819 -236

76% -3%

50

Feedback from data providers and some local authorities indicates that further clarification is required regarding what constitutes a day centre/ day opportunity. This issue will be reviewed in more detail prior to the 2011 guidance being issued. 51 3,264 + 5,608 = 8,872

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Section 11: Further education The Scottish Government collected learning disability further education data from 2003-2007 on an aggregate level basis. In 2009 the eSAY team continued the collection of further education data but on an individual level basis. 52 In 2010, 8.8% (2,408) of all adults with a learning disability were enrolled in further education which is slightly lower (0.3%) than in 2009 (2,524).53 The breakdown is as follows: 1,487 attended 2.5 days per week or less (12%); 770 attended 3 days per week or more (6%); and 151 attended however the time was not specified (1%); The remaining 9,883 were not involved in further education in 2010 (80%).54

Chart 18: Further education (2010) 1,487 770 151

In FE: 2.5 days per week or less (12%) In FE: 3 days per week or more (6%) In FE: time not specified (1%) Not in FE (80%)

Total: 12,291 Unknown: 15,100

9,883

In 2010 further education information became known for an additional 226 adults (2% increase). Overall, further education information is now known for almost half of all recorded adults with a learning disability (45%, 12,291 people).55

52

FE information in South Lanarkshire is under reported as South Lanarkshire Council did not receive any information direct from FE colleges in 2010. 53 Edinburgh Councilâ&#x20AC;&#x;s eSAY Education Development project with FE Colleges was delayed in 2010. The project aims to identify new ways to improve the quality and consistency of FE data. 54 Aberdeen Council reported a higher number of clients not in education in 2010 (680 clients) compared to 2009 (528). This was in partly due to the closure of the Community Placement Team that provided further education opportunities.

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Change since 2008 The number of adults not currently in further education increased slightly in 2010 (4%, 342 people). The number of adults that were known to be in further education for 3 days per week or more marginally increased in 2010 (0.3%, 2 people), while the number of adults enrolled in further education for 2.5 days a week or less also increased (5%, 65 people). The overall Table 12: Further education (2008-2010) 2008 Not currently in education In education, time not specified 2.5 days per week or less 3 days per week or more Total in education Total in education as % of popâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;n

2009

2010

No. change 2009-2010

% change 2009-2010

n/a

9,541

9,883

342

4%

n/a

334

151

-183

-55%

n/a

1,422

1,487

65

5%

n/a

768

770

2

0.3%

n/a

2,524

2,408

-116

-5%

n/a

9.1%

8.8%

-

-0.3%

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North Ayrshire Council reported a fall in education provision (from 111 in 2009 to 89 in 2010) due to a reduction in the number of outreach courses available from James Watt College. Scottish Borders also reported an awareness of a decline in FE opportunities due to a reduction in college funding. Dundee Council was able to reduce the number of unknown FE information which resulted in an increased the number of adults known not to be in FE.

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Section 12: Further analysis The eSAY team intend to provide more detailed analysis of the data items in subsequent studies.

Section 13: Data completeness This publication is a result of 'The same as you?' (SAY) review of services for people with learning disabilities, published in May 2000. SAY‟s 29 recommendations for developing learning disability services set out a programme for change over 10 years.56 Before 2008 the information on which this series of Statistics Releases was based was derived from an annual return in which aggregate numbers were required separately for each item. From 2008 Local Authorities were asked to use the eSAY dataset as a vehicle for supplying information. This meant that anonymised individual records were required for each adult known to the local authority and that definitions used corresponded to those in the National Learning Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Dataset Version 4.1.57 For both these reasons, comparison between years should be made with caution. The Tables below show the main changes in the data items that were requested between 2007-2010 and the completeness of data reporting for each item. Reporting at a national level has increased for each item. However reporting on items such as employment; ASD; local area co-ordination and education still remains below 60%. The eSAY development item projects should deliver advice on new methods and improved processes that will increase the completeness of each of these items in future years.

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„The same as you?‟ can be found at http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Publications/2000/05/12778/File-1 Available at: http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources

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Table 13: Changes to reporting items for adults with learning disabilities Statistics Releases (2007-2010) Item Learning Disability Autism Spectrum Disorder Gender Age Ethnic group Area code Health Board Code Lives with family carer Number of people with learning disability living in the same accommodation Tenure type Accommodation type Local Area Co-ordination Personal Life Plan Advocacy

Employment opportunities Day opportunities Further education Training Community short breaks Adults living in their own tenancies Person Status

2010 √

2009 √

2008 √

√ Year of Birth √ √ √ √

√ Year of Birth √ √ √ √

√ Year of Birth √ √ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √ √

√ √

√ √

√ √ √ -

√ √ √ -

√ √ Excluding Voluntary Details of hours worked √ -

-

-

2007 √ Aggregate numbers Age group, aggregate √ -

√ √ Independent Advocacy √ Including Voluntary √ √ √ √ √ -

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Table 14: Completeness of data reporting (2010)

Item Gender Year of birth Learning Disability Number in same accommodation Ethnic group Lives with family carer Day opportunities Autism Spectrum Disorder Accommodation type Personal Life Plan Employment opportunities Local Area Coordination Further education

% Adults in Reporting Authorities for which Item known58 2010 2009 2008 100 99 100 99 99 99 99 99 99

No. of Repor ting LAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s 32 32 32

Total Adults for which Item Reported 27,345 27,225 27,070

Total Missing Values 46 166 321

31 32

20,997 22,629

6,394 4,762

78 83

70 79

74 72

77 83

69 79

58 68

31 32

21,415 17,598

5,976 9,793

85 64

79 61

70 69

78 64

73 61

64 55

32

20,204

7,187

74

57

68

74

57

53

32 31

24,312 16,613

3,079 10,778

89 62

81 56

55

89 61

81 55

49

32

15,175

12,216

55

53

52

55

53

45

31 28

18,738 12,291

8,653 15,100

70 66

60 58

51 (NA)

68 45

57 44

45 (NA)

% of All Adults in Scotland for which Item known59 2010 2009 2008 100 100 100 99 99 99 99 93 99

58

Represents the percentage of the learning disability population in reporting authorities (please see first column in table) 59 Calculated from the total learning disability population in Scotland each year(27,391 in 2010; 27,671 in 2009 and 25,252 in 2008)

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Section 14: Further information The Statistics Release is available on the Internet by accessing the eSAY page on the SCLD website: http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay Further information on adults with learning disabilities is available from the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability website: www.scld.org.uk Further details and analysis of the data presented in this Statistics Release are available on request from the address given below. Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability Room 16, Adelphi Centre 12 Commercial Road Glasgow G5 0PQ Contact: Raymond MacIntyre or Claire Stuart Tel: 0141 418 5420 Email: eSAY@scld.co.uk Independent Government Statisticians were involved in the quality assurance of this release. This statistics release was published on 5th August 2011. Previous Statistics Releases are available at: www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Statistics/Browse/Health/Publications Further details on the data presented from previous Statistics Releases are available on request from the address given below: Community Care Statistics Basement Rear St Andrew's House Edinburgh EH1 3DG Contact: Steven Gillespie Tel: 0131 244 3777 Email: SWStat@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

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Annex A: National Level eSAY Statistics

National Tables: Table A1: Adults with learning disabilities known to Local Authorities (2010) Table A2: Age and gender of adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2003-2010) Table A3: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities (2010) Table A4: Adults of Asian, Asian Scottish and Asian British ethnic group (2010) Table A5: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities by age (2010) Table A6: Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (2010) Table A7: Age and gender of adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis (2010) Table A8: Age of adults living with a family carer (2010) Table A9: Adults who live with a family carer by age and gender (2010) Table A10: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation by age and gender (2010) Table A11: Ethnic group of adults living with a family carer (2010) Table A12: Adults with learning disabilities in the same accommodation and living with a family carer (2010) Table A13: Personal Life Plan by age and gender (2003- 2010) Table A14: Numbers of adults with employment opportunities by age and gender (2010) Table A15: Adults who are in employment by age and gender (2010) Table A16: Adults who are in further education by age and gender (2010)

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Disclosure Control Disclosure control has been applied to some of the tables in this annex to prevent the release of sensitive information. Where disclosure control has been applied it has been explained in a footnote. Two methods of disclosure control have been used in the annexes; Suppression of possibly disclosive cells (e.g., where the value is small) which means that the value for that cell in the table is not given and secondary suppression of cells. This means at least one other value in the row or column is also not given to ensure that disclosive cells cannot be deduced through subtraction. Rounding of cells to a multiple of a set base such as 5 where for example a true value of 3,4, 6 or 7 would be shown as 5. This adds uncertainty to the true values of small cells.60 Please note that while disclosure control has been applied to some local authority values, national totals have remained unchanged. Therefore the sum of local authority values may not add up to national totals. For further information on controlled rounding please contact: Steven Gillespie Community Care Statistics Basement Rear St Andrew's House Edinburgh EH1 3DG Tel: 0131 244 3777 Email: SWStat@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

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Source: Scottish Government Statistical Disclosure Methodology Glossary.

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Table A1: Adults with learning disabilities known to Local Authorities (2010)

Age

16-17 & not at school 18-20 21-34 35-49 50-64 65 and over Total for whom age known Age unknown Total

Male

% of total Total for for whom Gender whom this Female this unknown information information is known is known

Rate per 1,000 pop'n*

Rate in 2009

529 1,626 4,871 4,199 3,173

249 877 3,211 3,217 2,672

1 0 1 2 0

779 2,503 8,083 7,418 5,845

3% 9% 30% 27% 21%

6.2 12.1 8.5 6.5 6.0

6.6 11.4 8.4 6.8 5.8

1,267

1,329

1

2,597

9%

3.4

3.3

15,665

11,555

5

27,225

99%

-

-

80 15,745

45 11,600

41 46

166 27,391

-

6.4

6.5

Source: eSAY 2010, *Calculated using Mid-year 2010 Population Estimates Scotland (General Register Office for Scotland)

Notes 1. 2. 3. 4.

This table shows the number of adults aged 16 and over who are not in full time education reported by each local authority. Age in 2010 is calculated from year of birth. Date of birth is not collected to maintain confidentiality. The adults known per 1,000 are based on the total adults known to the local authority aged 16 or over. The 2009 rate is also given. Totals for 2009 can be found in the 2009 Statistics Release. Since no identifiers are provided for individuals it is not possible to eliminate any duplication of adults recorded by more than one local authority. This may occur when a person is funded by one authority but lives and/or receives services in another.

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Table A2: Age and gender of adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2003-2010)

Male

16-20 21-64 65 and over Unknown Total

Female

16-20 21-64 65 and over Unknown Total

16-20 21-64 Gender 65 and unknown over Unknown Total

Total

16-20 21-64 65 and over Unknown Total

2003 965 8,142

2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 1,433 1,421 1,468 1,622 1,761 2,092 2,155 9,620 10,061 10,413 10,423 11,437 12,240 12,243

895 1,142 1,086 1,063 1,004 1,161 1,367 1,267 157 149 80 10,002 12,195 12,568 12,944 13,049 14,516 15,848 15,745 603 929 845 868 970 939 1,080 1,126 6,579 7,885 7,961 7,950 7,798 8,441 9,134 9,100 882 8,064 -

1,115 9,929 -

1,099 9,905 -

1,097 9,915 -

-

-

-

-

1,058 1,245 1,490 1,329 86 78 45 9,826 10,711 11,782 11,600 1 1 4 3 -

-

2 1 34 41 41 46 1,568 2,362 2,266 2,336 2,592 2,700 3,173 3,282 14,721 17,505 18,022 18,363 18,221 19,878 21,378 21,346 1,777 2,257 2,185 2,160 2,062 2,406 2,859 2,597 268 261 166 18,066 22,124 22,473 22,859 22,875 25,252 27,671 27,391

Source: Same as you? Annual Surveys 2003-07, eSAY 2008-10

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Table A3: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities (2010)

White Mixed Asian, Asian Scottish Black, Black Scottish Other Total

% of Total Total for for whom Gender whom this Male Female this unknown information information is known is known 12,833 9,412 5 22,250 98.3% 43 22 0 65 0.3% 131

113

0

244

1.1%

14

11

0

25

0.1%

25 13,046

20 9,578

0 5

45 22,629

0.2% 100.0%

Source: eSAY 2010

Not disclosed = 547, not known = 4,215

Notes: 1.

The ethnicity codes in the 2010 eSAY Guidance were changed slightly to reflect the 2010 Census ethnicity codes. This has not altered the presentation of the ethnicity statistics above.

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Table A4: Adults of Asian, Asian Scottish and Asian British ethnic group (2010)

Indian Pakistani Bangladeshi Other Asian Chinese Total Unknown Total

No. % Total adults 30 12% 122 50% 11 5% 18 7% 31 13% 212 87% 32 13% 244 100%

Source: eSAY 2010

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Table A5: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities by age (2010)

16-20 21-64 65 and over

2,343 17,755 2,067

75 2,417 300 18,057 5 2,070

White as % of Total 97% 98% 100%

Total for whom age is known Age Unknown Total

22,165 85 22,250

379 22,544 0 85 379 22,629

98% 98%

White

Source: eSAY 2010

Other*

Total

Other as % of Total 3% 2% 0% 2% 2%

Not disclosed = 547, not known = 4,215

Notes: 2.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros.

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Table A6: Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (2010) Diagnosis of ASD Other No ASD Total with Classic Aspergerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Autism diagnosis ASD Autism Syndrome Spectrum Diagnosis Disorder Person has a learning disability Person does not have a learning disability Total for whom this information is known Unknown Total Source: eSAY 2010

Total

17,561

1,094

336

548

1,978

19,539

55

103

138

137

378

433

17,616 40 17,656

1,197 53 1,250

474 55 529

685 84 769

2,356 192 2,548

19,972 232 20,204

Missing = 7,187

Notes: 1.

433 individuals have been recorded as not having a learning disability. In accordance with the guidance, they have been included in the statistics release as they receive a learning disability service from a local authority.

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Table A7: Age and gender of adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis (2010) 16-20

21-64

Male

622

1,302

65 and over 32

Female

128

432

Total

750

1,734

Age unknown*

Gender unknown

1,956

5

-

1,962

16

576

5

-

579

48

2,532

9

7

2,548

Total

Total

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros.

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Table A8: Age of adults living with a family carer (2010)

Age of adult

Lives with parent carer

Lives with other family carer

Lives with family carer, not specified

All adults who live with family carer

16-17

243

27

119

389

18-20

1,106

92

265

1,463

21-34

2,872

188

835

3,895

35-49

1,521

306

345

2,172

50-64

503

337

181

1,021

68

98

104

270

6,313

1,048

1,849

9,210

35

9

5

49

6,348

1,057

1,854

9,259

65 and over Total for whom age known Age unknown Total Source: eSAY 2010

Does not live with family carer = 12,156, not known = 5,976

Notes: 1. 2.

„Lives with family carer, not specified‟ refers to individuals who are known to live with a family carer but the exact nature of their relationship is unknown. The „other‟ family carer category consists of lives with sibling carer, lives with son/daughter carer, lives with other relative carer and lives with family carer where the carer is not related. The „family carer not related‟ sub code refers to people that have support to live with a family which is not their own.

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Table A9: Adults by age and gender who live with a family carer (2010) Male 16-20 Person lives with a family carer Person does not live with a family carer Total

21-64

Female 65 and over

16-20

21-64

65 and over

Total

1,212

4,091

136

639

2,997

134

417

5,598

848

196

4,220

1,629

9,689

984

835

7,217

843 12,122 977 21,331

Source: eSAY 2010

9,209

Age and/or gender unknown

50

Total

9,259

34 12,156 84 21,415

Person lives with family carer not known = 5,976

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Table A10: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation by age and gender (2010) Number of adults with learning disabilities in same accommodation

16 20

21 64

1

1,258

6,926

560

685

5,138

551

15,118

238

1,745

235

110

1,327

228

3,883

11

3,894

59

828

161

22

664

184

1,918

2

1,920

1,555

9,499

956

817

7,129

963

20,919

2-4 5 and over Total for whom information is known Source: eSAY 2010

Male

Female 65 and over

16 20

21 64

65 and over

Total Age Adults for and/or which gender information unknown known

Total

65 15,183

78 20,997

Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation unknown = 6,394

Notes: 1.

This data includes the person who is the subject of the assessment. Therefore where a person is the only person with a learning disability living in the accommodation, the number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation has been recorded as 1.

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Table A11: Ethnic group of adults living with a family carer (2010) Total adults Total adults for whom White Other Ethnic for whom Other Ethnic this White as % of background this background information total as % of total information is known as is known % of total

Does not live with family carer 10,368

57%

106

31%

10,474

57%

7,746

43%

237

69%

7,983

43%

18,114

100%

343

100%

18,457

100%

Lives with family carer Total

Source: eSAY 2010

Not disclosed = 547; not known = 4,172; not provided 4,215 (8,934 total)

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Table A12: Adults with learning disabilities in the same accommodation and living with a family carer (2010)

Number of adults with learning disabilities in same accommodation

Adults not living with family carer

Adults living with family carer

Total adults for which family carer status known

Family carer status unknown

Total

No. adults

% Total

No. adults

% Total

1

6,636

60%

7,309

87%

13,945

2-4

2,675

24%

1,018

12%

3,693

201

3,894

5 and over

1,745

16%

92

1.1%

1,837

83

1,920

11,056

100%

8,419

100%

19,475

Total for whom information is known Source: eSAY 2010

1,238 15,183

1,522 20,997

Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation unknown = 6,394

Notes: 1.

This data includes the person who is the subject of the assessment. Therefore where a person is the only person with a learning disability living in the accommodation, the number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation has been recorded as 1.

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Table A13: Personal Life Plan by age and gender (2003- 2010) 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 119 246 236 267 284 16-20 1,970 2,492 2,714 3,205 3,443 21-64 65 and 128 180 202 270 282 Male over Unknown

Female

Total 16-20 21-64 65 and over Unknown

Total

Total 16-20 21-64 65 and over Unknown Total

2008 328 2,766

2009 388 4,018

2010 643 5,048

279

417

518

2,217 69 1,582

2,918 134 2,122

3,152 142 2,169

3,742 139 2,604

4,009 176 2,940

3 3,376 205 2,143

3 4,826 198 3,069

17 6,226 341 3,816

119

193

199

238

277

262

384

495

1,770 188 3,552

2,449 380 4,614

2,510 378 4,883

2,981 406 5,809

3,393 460 6,383

4 2,614 533 4,909

1 3,652 586 7,087

5 4,657 984 8,864

247

373

401

508

559

541

801

1,013

3,987

5,367

5,662

6,723

7,402

1 5,985

22 6 8,480 10,883

Source: The same as you? Annual Surveys 2003-07, eSAY 2008-10 Not know =10,316; Not applicable =651; No PLP (male)= 2,952 No PLP (female) =2,223 Notes: 1.

A Personal Life Plan (PLP) is a process for continual listening and learning which, in alliance with a person‟s family and friends, focuses and acts upon what is important to someone now and in the future. „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should be able to have one.

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Table A14: Numbers of adults with employment opportunities by age and gender (2010)

Age of adult

16 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 20 21 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 64 65 and over Total for whom age known Age unknown Gender unknown Total

Male

Female

Total

All adults for Total as % whom for whom employment this status is information known is known

323 1,887

170 1,227

493 3,114

1,583 12,059

31% 26%

82

86

168

1,448

12%

2,292

1,483

3,775

15,090

25%

40

23

63

79

80%

2,332

1,506

1 3,839

6 15,175

17% 30%

Source: eSAY 2010

Not known = 12,216

Notes:

1. Employment opportunities include the following: person in employment where open/non-open has not been specified; open employment opportunity; non-open employment opportunity; self-employed and not currently in employment but in training for employment.

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Table A15: Adults who are in employment or training by age and gender (2010)

Males 16 - 20

21 - 64

Females 65 and over

16 - 20

21 - 64

Total

Age and/or gender unknown

Total

65 and over

Not in employment

708

4,976

634

382

3,969

646

11,315

21

11,336

In employment

323

1,887

82

170

1,227

86

3,775

64

3,839

1,031

6,863

716

552

5,196

732

15,090

85

15,175

Total Source: eSAY 2010

Not known = 12,216

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Table A16: Adults who are in further education by age and gender (2010)

Males 16 - 20

21 - 64

Females 65 and over

16 - 20

21 - 64

Total

Age and/or gender unknown

Total

65 and over

Not in further education

451

4,642

499

229

3,445

553

9,819

64

9,883

In further education

431

879

26

234

740

20

2,330

78

2,408

882

5,521

525

463

4,185

573

Total Source: eSAY 2010

12,149 142 12,291 Not known = 15,100

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Annex B: Local Authority Level eSAY Statistics All of the local authorities and their NHS and independent sector partners are making progress implementing The same as you? Any comparisons between authorities should take account of local prioritisation and varying baseline levels of service.

Local Authority Tables: Table B15: Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2010) Table B2: Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (2010) Table B3: Lives with a family carer (2010) Table B4: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation (2010) Table B5: Accommodation type (2010) Table B6: Local area co-ordination (2010) Table B7: Personal life plan (2010) Table B8: Advocacy; Individual level data (2010) Table B9: Advocacy; Aggregate level data (2010) Table B10: Employment opportunities (2010) Table B11: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2010) Table B12: Day centres and day opportunities (2010) Table B13: Further education (2010)

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Table B1: Adults with learning disabilities known to Local Authorities (2010) MALES Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian Scotland

16-20*

21-64

86 623 89 526 40 198 13 140 30 119 48 415 105 412 15 259 35 200 50 280 25 136 400 1,490 22 87 41 329 101 590 126 1,289 121 449 30 275 55 271 39 217 34 271 197 926 * 38 31 220 89 527 34 265 15 67 19 242 116 525 27 202 56 266 55 389 2,155 12,243

65 and over*

FEMALES Total

79 788 65 680 18 256 17 170 8 157 40 503 52 569 20 294 20 255 34 364 8 169 183 2,073 8 117 58 428 22 713 160 1,575 35 605 27 332 33 359 18 274 16 321 114 1,237 * 50 21 272 43 659 25 324 6 88 23 284 38 679 18 247 22 344 35 479 1,267 15,665

16-20* 44 56 31 19 7 32 62 6 13 29 6 195 * 34 49 78 46 12 24 19 17 118 * 16 29 19 * 15 48 21 29 39 1,126

21-64 403 418 184 186 77 304 304 203 126 206 112 1,004 69 242 453 955 345 187 220 156 205 771 24 148 380 186 38 182 361 152 200 299 9,100

65 and over*

Total

Total

71 518 1,306 39 513 1,253 33 248 527 25 230 400 11 95 252 43 379 883 62 428 999 18 227 521 30 169 424 20 255 619 19 137 314 168 1,367 3,441 * 84 219 31 307 773 19 521 1,234 115 1,148 2,724 53 444 1,050 42 241 573 43 287 654 20 195 469 17 239 560 151 1,040 2,277 * 31 81 16 180 452 57 466 1,135 38 243 567 * 48 136 22 219 503 46 455 1,134 25 198 445 31 260 604 45 383 862 1,329 11,555 27,391

Adults Change in known per rate from 1,000 2009 Pop'n* 7.1 6.3 5.8 5.3 6.1 7.1 8.3 5.3 4.9 7.9 4.4 8.3 10.1 6.2 4.1 5.5 5.8 8.7 10.0 6.5 5.0 8.7 4.9 3.7 8.1 6.1 7.5 5.4 4.4 6.0 8.1 6.3 6.4

0.2 -0.9 0.0 0.3 0.3 -0.2 0.3 0.0 0.1 0.1 0.2 -0.2 2.4 0.1 -0.2 0.0 -1.7 1.6 0.2 0.5 0.3 0.5 0.6 0.1 -1.1 -0.1 0.9 0.1 -1.0 -1.4 0.5 0.6 -0.1

Source: eSAY 2010,1Calculated using Mid-year 2010 Population Estimates Scotland (General Register Office for Scotland) Notes 1. 2.

3. 4.

5.

Some figures have not been displayed (*) for individual local authorities to maintain confidentiality. This table shows the number of adults aged 16 and over reported by each local authority. Note that the totals for males, females and total adults known include some adults for whom age and/or gender was not known and therefore the numbers in age-gender groups may not add to the totals shown. Age in 2010 is calculated from year of birth. Date of birth is not collected to maintain confidentiality. The adults known per 1,000 are based on the total adults known to the local authority aged 16 or over. The change in rate since 2009 is also given. Totals for 2009 can be found in the 2009 Statistics Release. Since no identifiers are provided for individuals it is not possible to eliminate any duplication of adults recorded by more than one local authority. This may occur when a person is funded by one authority but lives and/or receives services in another.

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Table B2: Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (2010) Local authority

No ASD ASD Diagnosis* Diagnosis*

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

1,165 825 445 395 230 0 645 370 340 80 230 3,225 200 575 875 2,290 940 545 20 420 535 0 35 380 0 500 35 465 970 395 540 0 17,656

105 165 60 5 20 5 90 40 85 35 75 215 20 90 205 305 110 25 65 50 25 80 20 70 125 70 25 40 165 50 60 55 2,548

Classical Autism* 60 120 35 0 0 5 40 20 55 15 45 30 5 55 85 185 0 15 50 45 20 0 10 40 80 65 10 10 100 25 25 0 1,250

Other Total for ASD Asperger's Autism whom diagnosis All adults Syndrome* Spectrum information as % of all Disorders* is known adults 45 25 20 0 0 0 25 15 25 10 10 10 10 15 35 55 0 5 15 0 5 0 0 20 40 0 10 20 45 25 25 15 529

5 25 5 0 15 0 25 5 0 10 20 180 5 25 85 60 110 0 0 5 0 80 10 10 5 0 0 10 25 0 10 40 769

1,268 991 506 398 249 5 733 409 424 115 307 3,441 218 665 1,078 2,592 1,050 567 83 469 560 80 55 451 125 567 57 503 1,134 445 604 55 20,204

8% 13% 11% 1% 8% 1% 9% 8% 20% 6% 24% 6% 9% 12% 17% 11% 10% 4% 10% 11% 4% 4% 23% 16% 11% 12% 17% 8% 15% 11% 10% 6% 9%

1,306 1,253 527 400 252 883 999 521 424 619 314 3,441 219 773 1,234 2,724 1,050 573 654 469 560 2,277 81 452 1,135 567 136 503 1,134 445 604 862 27,391

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros.

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Table B3: Lives with a family carer (2010)

Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND Source: eSAY 2010

Adults who do not live with a family carer

663 636 275 328 104 259 455 231 215 467 184 1,812 63 388 548 1,508 356 303 304 267 274 0 39 269 620 333 66 0 512 258 290 129 12,156

Adults who Total adults live for whom with a information family is known carer

209 433 229 69 129 75 364 232 209 152 128 1,629 110 258 425 1,146 187 239 226 153 254 0 42 174 374 212 58 194 622 148 293 286 9,259

872 1,069 504 397 233 334 819 463 424 619 312 3,441 173 646 973 2,654 543 542 530 420 528 0 81 443 994 545 124 194 1,134 406 583 415 21,415

Lives with family Adults for carer whom as % of information whom not known this is known 24% 41% 45% 17% 55% 22% 44% 50% 49% 25% 41% 47% 64% 40% 44% 43% 34% 44% 43% 36% 48% 0% 52% 39% 38% 39% 47% 100% 55% 36% 50% 69% 43%

Lives with family All carer adults as % of all adults

434 1,306 184 1,253 23 527 3 400 19 252 549 883 180 999 58 521 0 424 0 619 2 314 0 3,441 46 219 127 773 261 1,234 70 2,724 507 1,050 31 573 124 654 49 469 32 560 2,277 2,277 0 81 9 452 141 1,135 22 567 12 136 309 503 0 1,134 39 445 21 604 862 447 5,976 27,391

16% 35% 43% 17% 51% 8% 36% 45% 49% 25% 41% 47% 50% 33% 34% 42% 18% 42% 35% 33% 45% 0% 52% 38% 33% 37% 43% 39% 55% 33% 49% 33% 34%

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Table B4: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation (2010)

Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND Source: eSAY 2010

1

254 631 310 370 157 391 378 364 297 489 209 2,205 128 431 709 1,825 264 398 474 0 430 0 55 247 901 369 79 438 880 263 548 689 15,183

2 to 4

115 259 57 15 46 37 128 61 84 105 76 655 * 62 291 563 99 57 120 0 59 0 * 83 192 132 30 41 190 109 56 132 3,894

5+

328 88 79 11 11 77 183 26 29 22 28 110 * 76 110 127 103 70 50 0 40 0 * 99 35 43 0 19 64 45 0 41 1,920

Adults for Total for whom whom All information information Adults is not is known known 697 978 446 396 214 505 689 451 410 616 313 2,970 157 569 1,110 2,515 466 525 644 0 529 0 72 429 1,128 544 109 498 1,134 417 604 862 20,997

609 1,306 275 1,253 81 527 4 400 38 252 378 883 310 999 70 521 14 424 3 619 1 314 471 3,441 62 219 204 773 124 1,234 209 2,724 584 1,050 48 573 10 654 469 469 31 560 2,277 2,277 9 81 23 452 7 1,135 23 567 27 136 5 503 0 1,134 28 445 0 604 0 862 6,394 27,391

Notes: 1. 2.

Some figures have not been displayed (*) for individual local authorities to maintain confidentiality. This data includes the person who is the subject of the assessment. Therefore where a person is the only person with a learning disability living in the accommodation, the number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation has been recorded as 1. Please note this does not refer to single occupancy.

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Table B5: Accommodation type (2010)

Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

Total adults Adults for Registered for whom whom this Supported All Mainstream Adult Care Other* this information Accommodation Adults Homes* information is not is known known 650 556 284 362 156 362 473 128 231 451 145 1,615 112 287 613 1,577 378 284 212 329 436 1,863 51 210 600 213 88 218 654 211 414 561 14,724

267 283 54 24 35 50 226 0 159 143 126 881 14 95 239 801 98 170 189 84 72 389 14 127 237 265 33 96 233 131 134 0 5,669

210 145 125 10 25 80 110 45 20 15 30 405 30 85 80 115 105 75 20 45 30 25 5 105 80 60 5 40 65 60 30 115 2,403

165 90 40 5 25 25 50 0 10 10 15 65 15 180 100 155 20 20 80 5 10 0 10 10 30 5 5 145 180 15 20 10 1,516

1,291 1,078 504 399 243 516 861 172 424 619 314 2,968 172 647 1,031 2,645 601 546 503 461 552 2,277 81 450 945 546 130 503 1,134 415 597 687 24,312

15 1,306 175 1,253 23 527 1 400 9 252 367 883 138 999 349 521 0 424 0 619 0 314 473 3,441 47 219 126 773 203 1,234 79 2,724 449 1,050 27 573 151 654 8 469 8 560 0 2,277 0 81 2 452 190 1,135 21 567 6 136 0 503 0 1,134 30 445 7 604 175 862 3,079 27,391

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2.

3. 4. 5.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. The â&#x20AC;&#x17E;Otherâ&#x20AC;&#x; category includes: Special Housing, Sheltered Housing, Specialist Rehabilitation Units, Registered Child Care Accommodation, NHS Facilities/Hospitals, Penal Institutions, Independent Hospitals, Independent Hospices, Mobile Accommodation and Homeless. Mainstream accommodation is a home which has not been adapted for the individuals needs in any way. This may, but not always, include the family home. Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live independently. A registered adult care home refers to a residential care home where a number of other adults may live. The accommodation is usually in single rooms and residents have access to on-site care services.

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Table B6: Local area co-ordination (2010) LAC available Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

No LAC Does service Uses not use available LAC* LAC* 136 589 527 48 252 7 999 0 10 502 0 0 0 773 1,224 2,724 26 0 0 0 0 2,277 81 28 0 0 136 0 44 306 0 0 10,689

5 290 0 185 0 10 0 460 345 70 200 0 80 0 5 0 305 490 590 295 360 0 0 160 0 435 0 0 860 0 535 10 5,679

110 110 0 150 0 10 0 60 45 45 65 380 65 0 5 0 60 80 65 125 200 0 0 65 120 135 0 0 230 80 70 90 2,370

Uses LAC as Total adults Uses LAC Total adults a % of whom for whom as % of for whom this this this All Adults service information is information information available not known is available is known 94% 28% 0% 45% 0% 50% 0% 12% 12% 38% 25% 100% 45% 0% 30% 0% 17% 14% 10% 29% 36% 0% 0% 29% 98% 24% 0% 0% 21% 100% 11% 92% 29%

44% 11% 0% 40% 0% 35% 0% 12% 12% 7% 25% 100% 45% 0% 0% 0% 16% 14% 10% 29% 36% 0% 0% 26% 98% 24% 0% 0% 20% 20% 11% 92% 13%

254 991 527 382 252 23 999 521 400 619 266 380 143 773 1,234 2,724 391 573 654 417 560 2,277 81 251 122 567 136 0 1,134 384 604 99 18,738

1,052 262 0 18 0 860 0 0 24 0 48 3,061 76 0 0 0 659 0 0 52 0 0 0 201 1,013 0 0 503 0 61 0 763 8,653

1,306 1,253 527 400 252 883 999 521 424 619 314 3,441 219 773 1,234 2,724 1,050 573 654 469 560 2,277 81 452 1,135 567 136 503 1,134 445 604 862 27,391

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. Local area co-ordinators work in a person centred way with individuals, families and communities to assist people to achieve the outcomes they wish in their lives and in particular to enable them to be included as citizens in the communities in which they live.

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Table B7: Personal life plan (2010)

Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

Yes*

No*

880 545 200 215 195 190 540 205 275 325 70 830 0 485 580 2,525 35 230 210 365 145 25 10 140 310 255 10 190 580 215 285 185 11,249

5 235 275 180 0 30 75 170 150 20 15 0 145 35 145 115 465 340 10 95 0 0 35 295 5 315 0 280 555 195 320 675 5,175

Total Has PLP as eligible % of eligible adults for adults for Not whom this whom this Applicable* information information is is known known 884 779 475 397 193 223 616 373 424 344 84 828 147 518 726 2,641 499 572 218 462 143 26 44 435 316 567 11 469 1,134 410 604 862 16,424

100% 70% 42% 54% 100% 86% 88% 55% 65% 95% 82% 100% 1% 94% 80% 96% 7% 41% 96% 79% 100% 100% 23% 32% 99% 45% 100% 41% 51% 52% 47% 22% 68%

0 85 10 0 60 80 150 140 0 0 0 0 5 5 35 5 10 0 0 0 0 0 35 0 0 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 651

Adults for whom this information is not known 422 389 44 3 0 579 232 9 0 273 230 2,613 68 250 471 78 539 1 436 6 417 2,251 2 16 819 0 125 7 0 35 0 0 10,316

All adults

1,306 1,253 527 400 252 883 999 521 424 619 314 3,441 219 773 1,234 2,724 1,050 573 654 469 560 2,277 81 452 1,135 567 136 503 1,134 445 604 862 27,391

Has PLP as % for all adults

67% 43% 38% 54% 77% 22% 54% 39% 65% 53% 22% 24% 1% 63% 47% 93% 3% 40% 32% 78% 26% 1% 12% 31% 27% 45% 8% 38% 51% 48% 47% 22% 41%

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. A Personal Life Plan (PLP) is a process for continual listening and learning which, in alliance with a person‟s family and friends, focuses and acts upon what is important to someone now and in the future. „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should be able to have one.

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Table B8: Advocacy; Individual level data (2010)

Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

No No Total for advocate, Citizen/ Group/ advocate, Professional Self whom this advocate independent Collective advocate Advocate* Advocacy* information not Advocate* Advocacy* required* is known* required* 5 5 385

0 0 5

0 0 5

0 0 0

0 0 0

0 0 0

5 5 400

115 335 165

0 30 0

10 45 140

5 30 0

0 100 25

20 20 70

150 560 400

50 25

0 10

25 5

0 5

0 60

10 0

85 100

75 295 550 2,080 450 575 10

0 10 25 165 10 0 0

50 110 50 105 25 0 50

0 145 15 70 10 0 10

0 25 15 45 15 0 5

15 10 0 10 5 0 0

140 590 655 2,470 515 575 80

10

0

60

0

0

5

75

245 5 355 135

10 0 65 0

20 70 85 0

0 0 5 0

5 0 20 0

120 0 35 5

400 75 565 135

5,861

334

855

295

314

324

7,983

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2. 3.

This data has been collected on an individual basis. Therefore a record has been returned for each individual person detailed in the statistics release. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. Professional Advocate, Professional Advocate Long Term Support and Professional Advocate Short Term Support are all grouped under the column â&#x20AC;&#x153;Professional Advocateâ&#x20AC;?.

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Table B9: Advocacy; Aggregate data (2010) 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Local authority of all of all of all of all of all of all of all Total adults Total adults Total adults Total adults Total adults Total adults Total adults adults (% ) adults (% ) adults (% ) adults (% ) adults (% ) adults (% ) adults (% ) 53 9% 62 8% 60 7% 60 9% 132 10% Aberdeen City 148 11% 150 11% 97 6% 127 8% 135 8% 157 9% 127 7% Aberdeenshire 139 11% 53 11% 77 16% 64 14% 64 14% 84 16% Angus 79 15% 85 16% 47 15% 14 4 18 5 18 5 Argyll and Bute 25 19% 33 25% 42 26% 87 49% 44 19% Clackmannanshire 96 38% 160 63% Dumfries and 77 11 89 12 104 13 96 12 Galloway 60 6 44 4 51 5 107 11 Dundee City 193 34% 248 38% 289 60% 311 60% East Ayrshire 16 5% 14 4% * * 31 8% 32 8% East Dunbartonshire 36 8% 19 4% * * * * 44 13% 33 9% 48 13% East Lothian 90 15% 38 10% 16 4% 14 4% 38 9% East Renfrewshire 11 4% 16 5% 185 9 150 9 164 9 170 8 Edinburgh * * * * * * * * Eilean Sar 32 6 59 6 98 16 136 21 Falkirk 181 23% 113 12% 112 11% 42 4% 26 3% Fife 105 9% 171 6 259 9 280 11 74 3 Glasgow City 70 9 89 14 94 11 167 20 Highland 90 23 90 21 70 19 63 14 Inverclyde 31 5% 35 6% 13 3 13 3 15 3 19 3 Midlothian 42 11% 10 3% 16 4% 12 3% 32 7% Moray 23 5% 26 6% 58 10% 107 19% 89 17% 126 24% 206 41% North Ayrshire 130 6 121 6 61 3 156 11 North Lanarkshire Orkney 9 10 16 20 14 23 16 20 21 26% 28 35% 125 31 72 12 85 22 85 22 Perth and Kinross 77 8 82 9 56 7 55 6 Renfrewshire 17 5 33 7 51 10 83 15 Scottish Borders * * * * * * * * Shetland Islands 9 7% 31 9% 69 15% 34 8% 40 8% 35 7% South Ayrshire 45 9% 38 8% 140 14% 288 28% 224 23% 228 24% 287 26% South Lanarkshire 331 29% 415 37% 14 4% 11 4% 17 5% 16 3% 22 4% Stirling 42 9% 0 0% West 46 11% 99 23% 119 27% 116 25% 125 25% Dunbartonshire 139 23% 134 22% 67 12% 108 15% 103 16% 165 21% 98 14% West Lothian 111 13% 149 17% Total 2092 9% 2513 11% 2467 11% 2756 12% 1272 14% 1637 14% 1255 17%

Source: Same as you? Annual Surveys 2004-07, eSAY 2008-10 Notes: 1.

2. 3. 4.

This data has been collected on an aggregate basis. Therefore the local authorities were unable to provide data for each individual person detailed in the statistics release but could state how many people with a learning disability had advocacy support overall. Some figures have not been displayed (*) for individual local authorities to maintain confidentiality. This table shows those local authorities whose data was returned by aggregate only in black text. Direct comparison can only be made with those tables which have a total and percentage in the 2009 column. Those authorities who appear in grey provided data on an individual level basis and therefore cannot be compared to previous aggregate totals.

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Table B10: Employment opportunities (2010)

Under Not currently 15 in hours employment per or T.F.E* week* Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

475 360 460 335 15 120 215 340 315 265 215 0 120 520 905 2,295 460 470 70 395 0 0 35 350 5 470 70 455 945 105 545 0 11,336

15 145 35 10 20 0 70 5 35 20 35 175 5 25 75 40 10 60 0 20 15 0 10 45 50 45 25 20 50 0 25 10 1,098

Total adults for whom employ In 16 ment employm hours or ent or Total in and T.F.E. T.F.E but Emplo over hours hours yment per is unknown or week* known * T.F.E. 5 60 5 5 10 0 5 5 35 55 10 140 10 25 65 45 25 15 5 30 10 0 10 10 10 50 40 20 55 10 15 10 796

23 206 39 18 34 0 74 8 67 72 48 318 12 51 140 86 32 77 5 47 28 0 17 58 58 94 67 42 107 10 39 17 1,894

30 360 0 40 15 10 500 35 0 5 15 0 10 15 50 180 75 10 125 0 45 195 5 30 20 5 0 5 80 15 20 55 1,945

51 565 39 56 48 11 572 44 67 79 65 318 20 67 188 264 105 85 131 49 72 197 22 86 80 98 67 48 189 27 58 71 3,839

Adults for whom this inform ation is All known Adults 528 1,306 927 1,253 500 527 391 400 62 252 132 883 786 999 386 521 383 424 344 619 281 314 318 3,441 140 219 589 773 1,091 1,234 2,559 2,724 566 1,050 554 573 200 654 446 469 72 560 197 2,277 58 81 437 452 83 1,135 567 567 136 136 503 503 1,134 1,134 130 445 604 604 71 862 15,175 27,391

Total in employ ment as % of total adults 4% 45% 7% 14% 19% 1% 57% 8% 16% 13% 21% 9% 9% 9% 15% 10% 10% 15% 20% 10% 13% 9% 27% 19% 7% 17% 49% 10% 17% 6% 10% 8% 14%

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. Employment opportunities include the following; person in employment where open/non-open has not been specified, open employment opportunity, non-open employment opportunity, not currently in employment but in training for employment and self-employed.

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Table B11: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2010)

Local authority

Not currently In Adults in in Total adults in Not in Adults in non- employme Self open employment, employment employment open nt (type employed All Adults employment but in or training for or training for employment* not * * training for employment employment specified)* employment*

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

15 80 40 20 15 0 20 10 25 30 35 95 10 10 35 20 30 40 50 40 10 95 10 45 35 40 20 40 45 5 40 15 1,029

25 270 0 10 5 0 55 25 40 40 10 75 0 30 15 30 35 0 45 0 0 5 10 25 20 60 45 0 10 0 0 20 916

10 45 0 20 0 5 35 5 0 5 0 0 5 10 105 80 0 0 15 10 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 365

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 16

0 170 0 5 25 5 465 5 0 0 20 145 5 20 25 130 35 45 20 0 60 95 0 15 15 0 5 5 135 15 20 30 1,513

51 565 39 56 48 11 572 44 67 79 65 318 20 67 188 264 105 85 131 49 72 197 22 86 80 80 67 48 189 27 58 71 3,839

477 362 461 335 14 121 214 342 316 265 216 0 120 522 903 2,295 461 469 69 397 0 0 36 351 3 469 69 455 945 103 546 0 11,336

1,306 1,253 527 400 252 883 999 521 424 619 314 3,441 219 773 1,234 2,724 1,050 573 654 469 560 2,277 81 452 1,135 567 136 503 1,134 445 604 862 27,391

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2. 3.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. Open employment- „real‟ jobs, inclusive employment, in a workplace that is not specifically set up for people with learning disabilities. People with a learning disability get the going rate for the job. Non-open employment – the workplace is specifically set up for people with a learning disability. Nonopen posts probably could not be advertised.

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Table B12: Day centres and day opportunities (2010)

Local authority

Attending Attending Attending Not Total Not attending day centre day centre day centre attending adults for and no 5 days per 5 days or less than 5 All day centre whom this alternative week with less per days per Adults but has alt informatio oppertunities* no alt with alt week with opps n is known opps* opps* no alt opps*

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

340 150 290 60 30 165 265 145 170 405 50 0 25 40 500 880 145 370 20 205 330 0 10 205 0 185 35 80 260 290 395 0 6,047

10 60 10 20 10 30 65 0 45 35 65 30 20 50 100 445 55 0 15 10 50 0 5 65 140 60 0 30 155 20 30 0 1,628

5 305 115 5 60 50 180 70 35 135 40 330 25 65 220 325 110 100 175 40 30 0 30 100 210 60 45 65 175 5 30 135 3,264

120 195 15 0 0 25 25 65 40 15 5 90 0 60 35 110 5 5 0 50 60 0 0 0 0 15 10 15 0 30 30 35 1,051

315 235 70 315 20 20 315 80 90 25 130 0 60 400 380 830 255 100 5 145 85 245 5 75 0 205 45 300 545 80 120 105 5,608

789 946 502 395 119 287 852 362 381 619 296 447 128 615 1,232 2,588 563 572 211 451 557 244 49 443 352 530 132 498 1,134 420 604 280 17,598

1,306 1,253 527 400 252 883 999 521 424 619 314 3,441 219 773 1,234 2,724 1,050 573 654 469 560 2,277 81 452 1,135 567 136 503 1,134 445 604 862 27,391

Adults who Adults who Adults are Adults who have access who are attending a have to alt opps attending day centre access to as % of total a day as % of total alt opps as for whom centre as for whom % of all this info is % of all this is adults known adults known 71% 68% 88% 95% 90% 58% 85% 69% 60% 76% 71% 73% 80% 81% 82% 68% 86% 97% 92% 75% 51% 100% 83% 72% 60% 78% 90% 89% 82% 64% 71% 87% 77%

17% 59% 28% 6% 56% 35% 31% 37% 32% 30% 38% 100% 34% 28% 29% 34% 29% 18% 90% 22% 25% 0% 76% 37% 100% 26% 41% 23% 29% 12% 15% 62% 34%

25% 43% 35% 80% 32% 8% 50% 29% 29% 26% 54% 10% 39% 60% 49% 42% 35% 35% 28% 39% 21% 11% 43% 39% 19% 47% 66% 73% 63% 19% 25% 28% 32%

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros.

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10% 45% 27% 6% 28% 12% 27% 26% 28% 30% 35% 13% 21% 23% 29% 32% 16% 18% 29% 21% 25% 0% 43% 37% 31% 24% 40% 22% 29% 12% 15% 20% 22%


Table B13: Further Education (2010)

Local authority

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dundee City East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar Falkirk Fife Glasgow City Highland Inverclyde Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Shetland Isles South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Lothian SCOTLAND

Not In currently education, in time not education specified* 680 729 7 368 40 181 414 133 310 180 197 0 136 539 837 0 458 438 120 411 51 0 32 368 0 523 94 385 948 0 477 827 9,883

0 5 25 0 0 5 10 5 5 0 10 0 0 5 25 0 15 0 25 5 0 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 151

2.5 3 days Total adults Adults for days per for whom whom this per week this information week or information is not or less* more* is known known 10 175 15 15 10 0 55 10 50 55 55 0 5 45 95 0 50 70 20 0 80 0 20 35 240 25 40 90 90 0 100 20 1,487

10 35 5 10 10 5 160 20 30 10 35 0 15 30 45 0 15 60 10 10 5 0 5 30 30 15 0 30 95 0 30 15 770

704 943 50 391 63 189 639 166 395 243 293 0 155 619 1,008 0 541 573 173 428 140 0 59 442 271 567 136 503 1,134 0 604 862 12,291

602 310 477 9 189 694 360 355 29 376 21 3,441 64 154 226 2,724 509 0 481 41 420 2,277 22 10 864 0 0 0 0 445 0 0 15,100

Total in education All as % of Adults total adults 1,306 1,253 527 400 252 883 999 521 424 619 314 3,441 219 773 1,234 2,724 1,050 573 654 469 560 2,277 81 452 1,135 567 136 503 1,134 445 604 862 27,391

2% 17% 8% 6% 9% 1% 23% 6% 20% 10% 31% 0% 9% 10% 14% 0% 8% 24% 8% 4% 16% 0% 33% 16% 24% 8% 31% 23% 16% 0% 21% 4% 9%

Source: eSAY 2010 Notes: 1. 2.

*Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. Glasgow City Council are unable to provide information on the number of people in Further Education as this is not recorded on the information system used by GCC

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