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Northamptonshire Hidden Needs


Summary Northamptonshire has areas that are in the top 1 per cent most deprived nationally for education and skills, income and employment, health, crime and housing. On exploring the adult health and wellbeing in Corby and Northampton, issues identified included:

smoking-related deaths

alcohol-related hospital admissions

self-harmrelated hospital admissions

Life expectancy for males and females was lower in Corby and Northampton, with Daventry reporting also reporting lower female life expectancy.


Population and Deprivation Population and Growth

4.5

s ed e xc nds e ich h tre h , w owt n tio al gr a l n u op egio p in nd r e as al a e r n inc atio n 5%

%

4.

The highest proportions of older people are concentrated in Daventry, East Northamptonshire, South Northamptonshire and Wellingborough.

65+

Those aged 65 years and over now account for 17.3% of the population.

The highest proportion of non-

Followed by the Black

white British communities is the

Caribbean community

Asian community (3.67%)

(estimated at 2.45%)


Population and Deprivation Deprivation

CORBY NORTHAMPTON WELLINGBOROUGH

20.1%

KETTERING DAVENTRY EAST NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

SOUTH NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

20.1% of the population aged 15

The highest proportions of children and young people

years and under.

are concentrated in Corby, Kettering and Northampton.


Population and Deprivation As a snapshot of a year, Northamptonshire Community Foundation enabled donors to:

4172 14,046 1551 990

Help 4172 people attend regular social activities who were identified as especially vulnerable

Reduce social isolation for 14,046 people and got them connected to community activity and networks

1551 people were supported to achieve independent living

990 people started on the pathway to employability


Children and Young People Child poverty

The proportion of children and young

Childhood poverty leads to negative health outcomes and premature mortality.

21,730

people under 16 years-old living in low incomes families was 15 per cent in Northamptonshire, lower than the national average (20.1 per cent).

The areas with the highest proportion of children living in low income families are:

2700 Corby (20.1%)

8400 Northampton (19.1%)

2900 Wellingborough (18.9%)


Children and Young People Education Education deprivation measures acknowledge the education, skills and training level for children, young people and adults.

Percentage of young people aged 16-24 Not in Education, Employment and Training:

2012-2013

2013-2014

Corby

4.5

6

Daventry

4.3

4.8

East Northamptonshire

5.8

6.5

Kettering

5.2

4.7

Northampton

6.8

7.5

South Northamptonshire

2.6

2.2

Wellingborough

6.6

7.2


Children and Young People As a snapshot of a year, Northamptonshire Community Foundation enabled donors to:

11,618 21,885 28,944 2074 Help 11,618

Provide 21,885

Enabled 28,944

Provide 2074

people access

hours of

people to

hours of

support services

community

take part in

education and

activity

community

training

activities


Health and Wellbeing Corby %

23.1

Kettering

19.3% Obesity in Year 6 children

Health and social care measures acknowledge disability, life expectancy, obesity, alcohol-related issues, self-harm, smoking related deaths and suicide.

Northampton

19.5%

National Average

19.1%

(2014-2015)

Under 18s hospitalised for alcohol related issues

Northampton Corby

56.9

38.8

Per 100,000 (2012/13-2014/15)

South Northants

36.9

National

36.6


Health and Wellbeing Smoking Deaths per 100,000 Adults hospitalised for self-harm related injuries

HIGHER

National Ave: 274

Kettering

than the national average across most of the county

278

Northampton

308

Corby

412

Life expectancy in Corby is significantly lower for both men (76.7) and women (79.5), than the national average (79.5 and 83.2, respectively). (2012-2014)


Health and Wellbeing As a snapshot of a year Northamptonshire Community Foundation enabled donors to:

28,708 6,015 11,692 4,015

Get 28,708 people taking part in sports, leisure and recreational activities Provide 6015 new hours of sport, exercise and leisure activities Enable 11,692 people taking part in activities promoting healthy lifestyles Resulted in 4015 people reporting improved health (mental, physical and emotional)


Housing The number of homeless people per 1,000 households in Corby (3.07) and Northampton (3.44) were considerably higher than the national average (2.52). As a snapshot of a year Northamptonshire Community Foundation enabled donors to:

8060

440

Support 8060 people

Helped 440 people access

using new and improved

support services to due to

community facilities

discrimination or unfair treatment


Crime The highest proportion of crimes and offences were committed in Northampton (39.8 per cent), followed by Kettering (23.5 per cent).

As a snapshot of a year Northamptonshire Community Foundation enabled donors to:

75

806

262

114

new partnerships

people diverted from

people reporting

ex-offenders taking

to strengthen safer

crime and anti-social

feeling safer in their

part in projects to divert

communities

behaviour

communities

them away from crime


Corby

Population: 66,854 (Up 9.1% from 2011) In top 10% of most deprived areas in the UK for Education, skills and training

In top 20% of most deprived areas in the UK for Health and Disability and Employment

2,700 (20.1%) of children live in low income families – 17.6% in out of work households


Daventry

Population: 80,014 (Up 2.8% from 2011)

Significantly higher levels of self-harm than the national average

Below national average life expectancy for females

Higher proportion of elderly male and female residents aged 65-74 than across the country


East Northamptonshire

Population: 89,746 (Up 3.4% from 2011) More children have Special Educational Needs (SEN) than the national average (13.38% compared to 11.6%) 6.5% of those aged 16-24 are not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET) 32.4% of adults in the most deprived areas have no qualifications


Kettering

Population: 97,650 (Up 4.5% from 2011) High levels of alcohol and self-harm related hospitalisation

Increased number of deaths from smoking (278 per 100,000 of population, compared to 274 nationally)

Higher crime rate than national average (39.9 crimes per 1,000 people), shoplifting nearly three times the national average


Northampton

Population: 222,462 (Up 4.9% from 2011) 8,400 (19.1%) of children live in low income families – 15.3% of children live in out of work households In top 20% of most deprived areas in the UK for education, skills and training

Ranked in the top 20% in the UK for barriers to housing


South Northamptonshire

Population: 89,116 (Up 4.6% from 2011)

Higher than average elderly population – 28.65% of males and 29.21% of females are aged 65-74

More under 18s hospitalised for alcohol related issues than the national average

Worse than the national average for Barriers to Housing


Wellingborough

Population: 77,184 (Up 2.4% from 2011) Second highest rate for NEET young people in the county (7.2%)

In top 20% of most deprived areas in the UK for Health and Disability and Employment

2,900 (18.9%) of children live in low income families – 14.2% of 10-15 year-olds live in out-ofwork households, higher than the national average


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