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eSAY Statistics Release:

Adults With Learning Disabilities (2009)


eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009)

This Statistics Release provides the seventh set of national figures on adults with learning disabilities in Scotland. The document has been produced by the Scottish Consortium for Learning Disability on behalf of the Scottish Government using information collected through local authorities. Published August 2010


eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009)

Contents Page 3

Introduction

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Key findings

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Adults known to local authorities

Page 8 Autism Spectrum Disorder Page 9 Lives with a family carer Page 10 Number of people with learning disabilities in the same accommodation Page 11 Accommodation type Page 13 Local Area Co-ordination Page 14 Personal Life Plan/Person Centred Plans Page 15 Advocacy Page 16 Employment opportunities Page 20 Day centres and day opportunities Page 21 Further education Page 21 Further analysis Page 22 Data completeness Page 25 Further information Page 26 Annex A: National level statistics Page 43 Annex B: Local Authority level statistics Please note: The coloured page headings used in this document correspond with the colours used for the eSAY Easy Read Statistical Booklets available at: http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources/easy-read-documents

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009)

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Introduction Introduction Introduction Introduction This Statistics Release provides the seventh set of national figures provided by local authorities in

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The statistics in thiswith publication a result of „The same as you?‟ review of services for people with The statistics in this publication a result „Thereview same proposed as you?‟ review of services for people with learning disabilities, published inare May 2000. of 29 recommendations for The are result ofThe „Thesame sameas asyou?‟ you?‟review review servicesforfor people with Thestatistics statistics in in this this publication publication are aa result of „The ofofservices people with learning disabilities, publishedservices in May 2000. The review proposed 29 recommendations for developing learning disability and set out a programme for change over 10 years. learning May 2000. 2000. The Thereview reviewproposed proposed29 29recommendations recommendations learningdisabilities, disabilities, published in May forfor developing learning disability services and set out a programme for change over 10 years. 1 developing learning services andcollected setout outaaon programme forchange change over1010 years. developing learning services and set programme for over years. Anonymised 2009 was the seconddisability year statistics were an individual level basis. 1 2009 was records the second statistics were adult collected on to anthe individual level basis. individual wereyear required for each known local authority. Strict guidelines have 1 1 Anonymised Anonymised 2009 were collected collected onan anindividual individual levelbasis. basis. Anonymised 2009was was the the second second year statistics statistics were on level individual records were required for each adult known to the local authority. Strict guidelines have been followed to ensure anonymity identifying details have been provided by local have individual records were for and eachno adult knownto tothe thelocal local authority. Strictguidelines guidelines have individual records were required for each adult known authority. Strict been followed to ensureyears anonymity and noderived identifying details have totals been provided by local authorities. In previous tables were from aggregate only. beenfollowed followed to to ensure ensure anonymity anonymity and been and no no identifying identifyingdetails detailshave havebeen beenprovided providedbybylocal local authorities. In previous years tables were derived from aggregate totals only. authorities. In previous previous were derived aggregate totals authorities. In tables were derived from aggregate totalsonly. only. The definitions applied inyears 2009tables are from the eSAYfrom National Data Standards contained in the The applied in 2009 are from the the eSAY eSAY Disorder NationalData Data Standards contained the National Learning Disability andare Autism Dataset Version 4.2.2 Thedefinitions definitions applied from Standards contained in in the The definitions applied in 2009 are from Spectrum the eSAYNational National Data Standards contained in the 2 2 2 National Learning Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Dataset Version 4.2. NationalLearning Learning Disability Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder Dataset Version 4.2. National Autism Spectrum Dataset 4.2. There was a significant improvement in the quality Disorder of information thatVersion local authorities returned in There was a significant improvement in the quality of information that local authorities returned 2009 with 2008 and a notable reduction ininformation the quantitythat of unknown information about Therecompared was aa significant significant improvement in quality local returned in in There was improvement in the the qualityofof information that localauthorities authorities returned in 2009 compared with 2008 and a This notable reduction inthe thequantity quantity ofunknown unknown information about adults with a learning disability. reflected the improved understanding of the collection process 2009 compared with 2008 and a notable reduction in of information about 2009 compared with 2008 and a notable reduction in the quantity of unknown information about 3 adults with aof learning disability. This reflected theimproved improved understanding thecollection collection process on the part local authorities, and their information providers. adults with a learning disability. This reflected the understanding ofof process adults with a learning disability. This reflected the improved understanding ofthe the collection process 3 3 on the part of local authorities, and their their information informationproviders. providers.3 on the part of local authorities, and on the part of local authorities, and their information providers. Although there has been an improvement in the reporting of some data items, this should not be Although there has been an improvement in thereporting reporting of somedata data (or items, this should not be treated asthere an „actual rise‟ an in real terms between andofof 2009. falls) during this period Although there has been been an improvement in some this should not bebe Although has improvement in the the 2008 reporting someRises dataitems, items, this should not treated as an „actual rise‟ in terms between2008 2008 and 2009. Rises (orfalls) falls) during this period treated aslikely an „actual „actual between this period are more to be rise‟ the result the reduction the and quantity of Rises unknown about people treated as an in real realofterms terms betweenin 2008 and2009. 2009. Rises(or (orinformation falls)during during this period are likely to the reduction reductionininthe thequantity quantityofofunknown unknowninformation information about people aremore more likely to be be the result of the about people with learning disabilities. are more likely to be the result of the reduction in the quantity of unknown information about people with withlearning learning disabilities. disabilities. with learning disabilities. The eSAY team has commissioned five development projects with local authorities to continue the TheeSAY eSAY team team has commissioned commissioned five projects totocontinue thethe The has five development development projects withlocal localauthorities authorities continue improvement in the of data returns and the data returnwith process. outcomes from these The eSAY team hasquality commissioned five development projects with local The authorities to continue the improvement in the quality of data returns and the data return process. The outcomes from these improvement in thefuture guidancereturns and the data return process. The outcomes from these projects will inform on how local authorities collect data more effectively and improvement in the quality of data returns and the data return process. The outcomes from these projectswill will inform inform future future guidance guidance on and projects on how how local localauthorities authoritiescollect collectdata datamore moreeffectively effectively and efficiently. projects will inform future guidance on how local authorities collect data more effectively and efficiently. efficiently. efficiently. The analysis in this Statistics Release mainly focuses on national level statistics. The eSAY team The analysis in this this Statistics Release mainly national level The eSAY team Theprovide analysis in Statistics Release mainly focuses on national levelstatistics. statistics. The eSAY team will more detailed analysis of some offocuses the dataon items in subsequent studies. The analysis in this Statistics Release mainly focuses on national level statistics. The eSAY team will provide more detailed analysis of some of the data items in subsequent studies. will provide more detailed analysis of some of the data items in subsequent studies. will provide more detailed analysis of some of the data items in subsequent studies.

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1With the exception of advocacy. 2 With the exception of advocacy. 1 http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources 2With the exception of advocacy. 1 3 http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources 2 With the exception of advocacy. Local Authorities reported an improved understanding of the collection process through greater familiarity and 2 3http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources Local Authorities reported an improved understanding of the collection process through greater familiarity and 3 http://www.scld.org.uk/scld-projects/esay/publications-and-resources experience. Local Authorities reported an improved understanding of the collection process through greater familiarity and 3 experience.

Local Authorities reported an improved understanding of the collection process through greater familiarity and experience. experience.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Key Findings4 Population Key Findings4 In 2009 32 local authorities provided information on 27,671 adults across Scotland which Population represents a 9% recorded increase in known adults with a learning disability (2,419 people) In 2009 32to local authorities provided information on 27,671 adults across Scotland which compared 2008; represents a 9% recorded increase in known adults with a learning disability (2,419 people) Autismcompared Spectrum toDisorder 2008; diagnoses increased from 1,494 in 2008 to 2,270 in 2009 (52% recorded increase, 776 AutismASD Spectrum Disorder people); ASD diagnoses increased from 1,494 in 2008 to 2,270 in 2009 (52% recorded increase, 776 Carerspeople); Carers86% of family carers caring for an adult with a learning disability were parents (5,658 people);5 86% of family carers caring for an adult with a learning disability were parents (5,658 Ethnicity people);5 The vast majority (98%) of people with a learning disability in Scotland were classified as Ethnicity „white‟ (20,950 people); The vast majority (98%) of people with a learning disability in Scotland were classified as Accommodation „white‟ (20,950 people); The majority of adults (61%, 13,626 people) with a learning disability stay in mainstream Accommodation accommodation6, while almost a quarter (24%, 5,388) live in supported accommodation.7 The majority of adults (61%, 13,626 people) with a learning disability stay in mainstream Employment accommodation6, while almost a quarter (24%, 5,388) live in supported accommodation.7 There was a recorded increase in the proportion of all adults with a learning disability that Employment are in employment or training for employment; There was recorded increase in the proportion of for all employment adults with ainlearning disability that 3,802 of allaadults were in employment or training 2009 (14%) compared are in employment or training to 2,059 adults in 2008 (8%); for employment; 8 3,802 of all adults were just in employment or training employment in 2009 (14%) compared Of those in employment over half (55%, 1,188 for people) were in open employment (45%, to 2,059 adults in 2008 (8%); 955 people are in non-open employment). This represents a considerable shift since 2008 8 (45%, Of those in employment just over half633 (55%, 1,188 people) were disability in open employment when around a third of adults (38%, people) with a learning were recorded as 955 people are in non-open employment). This represents a considerable shift since 2008 working in open employment. when around a third of adults (38%, 633 people) with a learning disability were recorded as working in open employment. 4

Unless stated key findings % refer to information for known adults rather than all adults. For whom the status of the family carer was known. 6 4 Mainstream accommodation is a home which has not been adapted for the individuals needs in any way. This may, Unless stated key findings % refer to information for known adults rather than all adults. but not always, include the family home. 5 7 For whom the status of the family carer was known. 6 Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live Mainstream accommodation is a home which has not been adapted for the individuals needs in any way. This may, independently. but not always, include the family home. 7 8 Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live Open employment is defined as „real‟ jobs or inclusive employment in a workplace that is not specifically set up for independently. people with learning disabilities. 8 Open employment is defined as „real‟ jobs or inclusive employment in a workplace that is not specifically set up for people with learning disabilities. 5

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Local Area Co-ordination Nationally 24% of adults with a learning disability who have access to a LAC use LAC services. Proportionally this is 2% less than in 2008; 2,042 adults used LAC services in 2008 while a further 6,472 had access to an LAC service but did not used it. Personal Life Plan Nearly two-thirds of eligible adults (61%, 8,480 people) with a learning disability (for which PLP information is know) now have a PLP. This represents a 10% recorded increase since 2008. Day centre and day opportunities Over a third of adults with a learning disability did not attend a day centre and did not have day opportunities in 2009 (37%, 6,220 people); However 7,859 adults had alternative opportunities in 2009 compared to 5,053 in 2008 (56% increase). Further education 9% of people with a learning disability are in further education in Scotland (2,524 people).

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 1: 1: Adults Adults known known to to local local authorities authorities Section Population Population Local authorities authorities were were asked asked to to report report on on the the number number of of adults adults with with learning learning disabilities disabilities known known to to Local 9 9 services in in their their area. area. In In 2009 2009 32 32 local local authorities authorities provided provided information information on on 27,671 27,671 adults adults across across services Scotland which which represents represents aa 9% 9% recorded recorded increase increase in in known known adults adults with with aa learning learning disability disability (2,419 (2,419 Scotland people) compared compared to to 2008. 2008. people) There was was also also aa corresponding corresponding increase increase in in the the number number of of people people with with aa learning learning disability disability per per There 1,000 population. population. Nationally Nationally there there are are now now 6.5 6.5 known known people people per per 1,000 1,000 population population with with aa learning learning 1,000 disability compared compared to to 5.9 5.9 per per 1,000 1,000 population population in in 2008. 2008. disability The density density of of the the population population that that has has aa learning learning disability disability now now ranges ranges from from 3.6 3.6 per per 1,000 1,000 The population in in Perth Perth in in Kinross Kinross to to 9.7 9.7 per per 1,000 1,000 population population in in Midlothian Midlothian (Chart (Chart 1). 1). population There was was aa reported reported increase increase in in the the number number of of people people known known to to have have aa learning learning disability disability in in Perth Perth There and Kinross Kinross (83% (83% increase); increase); East East Lothian Lothian (57%); (57%); North North Lanarkshire Lanarkshire (54%) (54%) and and Dumfries Dumfries and and and 10 10 Galloway (44%). (44%). Galloway A number number of of local local authorities authorities also also reported reported aa fall fall in in the the number number of of adults adults with with aa learning learning disability. disability. A These were were Aberdeenshire Aberdeenshire (-25%); (-25%); East East Renfrewshire Renfrewshire (-17%); (-17%); Aberdeen Aberdeen City City (-8%); (-8%); Midlothian Midlothian These 11 (-4%) and and Moray Moray (-4%). (-4%).11 (-4%) Age and and Gender Gender Profile Profile Age There was was an an overall overall increase increase in in the the number number of of people people with with aa learning learning disability disability in in each each age age There category (16-20; (16-20; 21-64; 21-64; 65+) 65+) for for males males and and females females (Annex (Annex B, B, Table Table B1). B1). The The majority majority of of adults adults category with aa learning learning disability disability are are male male (57%). (57%). with Ethnicity Ethnicity Ethnicity was was recorded recorded for for 21,305 21,305 adults adults with with learning learning disability disability (77% (77% of of those those known known to to local local Ethnicity authorities). The The vast vast majority majority (98.3%) (98.3%) of of people people with with aa learning learning disability disability in in Scotland Scotland were were classified classified authorities). as „white.‟ „white.‟ Only Only 1.7% 1.7% were were recorded recorded as as having having „other‟ „other‟ ethnic ethnic backgrounds. backgrounds. Of Of the the remaining remaining 1.7%: 1.7%: as 1.1% were were classified classified as as „Asian, „Asian, Asian Asian Scottish‟; Scottish‟; 0.3% 0.3% as as „other‟ „other‟ 0.2% 0.2% as as „mixed‟ „mixed‟ and and 0.1% 0.1% as as „black, „black, 1.1% black Scottish.‟ Scottish.‟ black

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The eSAY eSAY 2009 2009 data data collection collection collects collects data data on on adults adults with with learning learning disabilities disabilities and and autism autism spectrum spectrum disorders disorders in in Scotland. Scotland. The Specifically, information is collected on people aged 16 and over and not in full-time education. All adults who match these 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 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. with learning disabilities that are no longer in direct contact with local authorities are included in the database for three years. 10 10 Perth and and Kinross Kinross reported reported that that increases increases in in 2009 2009 were were the the result result of of under under reporting reporting in in 2008. 2008. East East Lothian Lothian attributed attributed rises rises to: to: Perth closer collaboration with Health colleagues; a re-examination of people receiving services within the last 3 years; and natural closer collaboration with Health colleagues; a re-examination of people receiving services within the last 3 years; and natural growth in in service service provision provision in in the the area. area. North North Lanarkshire Lanarkshire ascribed ascribed the the changes changes to to its its ‘multiple ‘multiple disability’ disability’ recording recording system system and and growth stated the the recorded recorded number number of of people people with with aa learning learning disability disability isis likely likely to to be be an an underestimate. underestimate. Dumfries Dumfries and and Galloway Galloway did did not not stated offer any any supplementary supplementary explanations explanations for for changes. changes. offer 11 11 Angus attributed attributed the the reduction reduction to to its its independence independence programme programme that that aims aims to to move move adults adults with with aa learning learning disability disability away away from from Angus services. The The remaining remaining Local Local Authorities Authorities did did not not offer offer any any supplementary supplementary explanations explanations for for changes. changes. services.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) ChartChart 1: Rates of adults (per 1,000 population) with learning disabilities known to local 1: Rates of adults (per 1,000 population) with learning disabilities known to local 12 of adults (per 1,000 population) with learning disabilities known to local Chart 1: Rates authorities (2009) authorities (2009)12 12 authorities (2009) 0 Aberdeen City City Aberdeen Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Aberdeenshire Aberdeenshire AngusAngus Argyll & Bute&Angus Argyll Bute Argyll & Bute Clackmannanshire Clackmannanshire Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway Dumfries & Galloway Dumfries &City Galloway Dundee Dundee City Dundee City East Ayrshire East Ayrshire East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Dunbartonshire East EastDunbartonshire Lothian East Lothian East Lothian East Renfrewshire East Renfrewshire East Renfrewshire Edinburgh Edinburgh Edinburgh Eilean Eilean Siar Siar Eilean Siar Falkirk Falkirk FifeFalkirk Fife Fife Glasgow City Glasgow City Glasgow City Highland Highland Highland Inverclyde Inverclyde Inverclyde Midlothian Midlothian Midlothian Moray Moray Moray North Ayrshire North Ayrshire North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire North Lanarkshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Orkney Islands Orkney Islands Perth &Perth Kinross & Kinross Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire Renfrewshire Renfrewshire Scottish Borders Scottish Borders Scottish Borders Shetland Isles Shetland Isles Shetland Isles South South Ayrshire Ayrshire South Ayrshire South South Lanarkshire Lanarkshire SouthStirling Lanarkshire Stirling Stirling West Dunbartonshire West Dunbartonshire West Dunbartonshire West Lothian West Lothian West Lothian Scotland Scotland Scotland

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Further information on theonage gender and ethnicity of people with awith learning disability is Further information thestructure; age structure; gender and ethnicity of people a learning disability is 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. available at national level in Annex A and at local authority level in Annex B. available at national level in Annex A and at local authority level in Annex B. 12

12 Population data sourced from The General Registers Office for Scotland (http://www.gro12 Population data sourced from The General Registers Office for Scotland (http://www.groPopulation data sourced from The General Registers Office for Scotland (http://www.groscotland.gov.uk/statistics/population.html) scotland.gov.uk/statistics/population.html) scotland.gov.uk/statistics/population.html)

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder Section Autism reported Spectrum Disorder All 32 local2:authorities on Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in 2009 compared to only 28 in Section 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder 2008. Information on ASD is now for 15,817 adults (Chart 2). inThe majority of people with All 32 local authorities reported onknown Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 2009 compared to only 28 ain Section 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder learning disability do not have a recorded ASD diagnosis (86%, 13,547 people). All 32 local authorities reported onknown Autismfor Spectrum Disorder (ASD) 2009 compared to only 28 ain 2008. Information on ASD is now 15,817 adults (Chart 2). inThe majority of people with All 32 local authorities reported Autism for Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in 2009 compared to only 28 2008. Information onnot ASD is now known 15,817 adults (Chart 2). The majority of people withina learning disability do have aon recorded ASD diagnosis 13,547 people). The number of people known to have a diagnosis of ASD (86%, increased from 1,494 in 2008 to 2,270 in 2008. Information onnot ASD is now known for 15,817 adults(86%, (Chart13,547 2). Thepeople). majority of people with a learning disability do have a recorded ASD diagnosis 2009number (52% reported increase). Of those diagnosed with ASD: The of people known to have a diagnosis of ASD increased from 1,494 in 2008 to 2,270 in learning disability do not have a recorded ASD diagnosis (86%, 13,547 people). The of people known toOf have a diagnosis of ASD increased from 1,494 in 2008 to 2,270 in 2009number (52% increase). those diagnosed with ASD: 52% reported (1,183 people) have Classic Autism; The number of people known to have a diagnosis of ASD increased from 1,494 in 2008 to 2,270 in 2009 (52% reported increase). Of those diagnosed with ASD: 21% (486 people) have Asperger‟s Syndrome; and 52% (1,183 people) haveOf Classic 2009 (52% reported increase). those Autism; diagnosed with ASD: 26% (601 people) have an „Other Disorder‟. 52% (1,183 people) have Classic Autism; 21% (486 people) have Asperger‟sASD Syndrome; and 52% (1,183 people) have Classic Autism; 21% (486 people) have Asperger‟s Syndrome; and 26% (601 people) have an „Other ASD Disorder‟. Chart 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) 21% (486 people) have Asperger‟s Syndrome; and 26% (601 people) have an „Other ASD Disorder‟. Chart 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) 26% (601 people) an „Other ASD Disorder‟. 486 601 have Chart 2: Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) No ASD diagnosis (86%) Chart 1,183 2: Autism Disorder (2009) 486Spectrum 601 No ASD diagnosis (86%) 1,183 486 601 486 601 Classical Autism (7%) No ASD diagnosis (86%) 1,183 No ASD diagnosis (86%) 1,183 Classical Autism (7%) Asperger's Syndrome Classical Autism (7%) Classical Autism (7%) (3%) Asperger's Syndrome Other Autism Spectrum Asperger's Syndrome (3%) Asperger's Syndrome Disorders (4%) (3%) Other Autism Spectrum (3%) Other Autism Disorders (4%)Spectrum Other Autism Spectrum Disorders (4%) Disorders (4%)

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Total known: 15,817 Total unknown: 11,854 Total known: 15,817 unknown: 11,854 Totalknown: known: 15,817 Total 15,817 Totalunknown: unknown:11,854 11,854 Total

13,547 Source: eSAY 2010 13,547 13,547 eSAY 286 adults with ASD are included in the eSAY database that doSource: not have a 2010 learning disability but Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010 are as ASD they are a the learning service (Annex A, Table A6). disability but 286 included adults with are receiving included in eSAYdisability database that do not have a learning

286 adults included in in the eSAYdisability database thatdo do nothave have alearning learning disability but are included as ASD they a the learning service (Annex A,aTable adults with with ASD are are receiving eSAY that not disability A286 separate ASD study will be completed bydatabase the eSAY team. The study willA6). provide a but detailed are learningdisability disabilityservice service(Annex (AnnexA,A,Table TableA6). A6). areincluded included as as they they are receiving aa learning analysis ofASD the study complete ASD eSAY information and willwill beprovide useful atodetailed policy A separate will be completed by the eSAYdatabase team. The study makers; health professionals and individuals and families with ASD. A study will be completed bythe theeSAY eSAY team. The study will provide atodetailed Aseparate separate ASD study completed by team. The study will provide a detailed analysis ofASD thecare complete ASD eSAY information database and will be useful policy analysis of the complete ASD eSAY information database and will be useful to policy analysis of the complete ASD eSAY information database and will be useful to policy makers; health care professionals and individuals and families with ASD. makers; health health care care professionals professionals and makers; and individuals individualsand andfamilies familieswith withASD. ASD.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 3: Lives with a family carer Section 3: Lives with a family carer

All local authorities in 2009 were able to provide information on whether adults with a learning All local authorities 2009 were provide information whether adults with aoflearning disability lived with ainfamily carer.able Thistocontributed to a 25% on increase in the number adults (4,104 disability lived with a family carer. This contributed to a 25% increase in the number of adults (4,104 people) for whom this information is known. people) for whom this information is known. There was a 12% recorded increase in the number of adults who live with a family carer (951 There recorded increase in in thethe number of of adults who live with a family carerwho (951do not people)was anda a12% reported increase (38%) number adults with a learning disability people) a reported increase (38%) in the number of adults with a learning disability who do not live withand a family carer (3,153 people). live with a family carer (3,153 people). Overall, 8,744 people were reported as living with a family carer in 2009. This represents 43% of Overall, 8,744 people were reportedwas as living with family carer in 2009. This represents 43% of the adults for which this information known in aScotland. the adults for which this information was known in Scotland. 5,658 adults live with a parent (65%); 5,658 live with a carer parentthat (65%); 2,163 adults live with a family was not specified (25%); 2,163 live with family(6%); carer that was not specified (25%); 483 live with aa sibling 483 siblingrelative (6%); (3%); 273 live live with with a another 273 (3%); 146 live live with with another a family relative carer they were not related to (2%);13 and 146live livewith withaason/ family carer they were not related to (2%);13 and 21 daughter (0.2%). 21 live with a son/ daughter (0.2%). Chart 3: The relationship of family carers to adults with learning disabilities (2009) Chart 3: The relationship of family carers to adults with learning disabilities (2009) Lives with a parent (65%) 21 273 146 Lives with a parent (65%) 483 21 273 146 483 Lives with a family carer, not Lives with aspecified family carer, otherwise (25%)not otherwise specified (25%) Lives with a sibling (6%) Lives with a sibling (6%) 2,163 2,163

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Lives with a son/daughter Lives with a son/daughter (0.2%) (0.2%) Lives with another relative Lives with another relative (3%) (3%) not related, family carer (2%) not family see:related, footnote 11 carer (2%) see: footnote 11 Total known: 20,285 Total known: unknown: 7,386 20,285 Total unknown: 7,386 Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010

5,658 adults living with a parent carer is an underestimate as there are a further 2,163 adults for 5,658 living withwas a parent carer is anOfunderestimate as there adults for whom adults the family carer not specified. the 6,435 adults living are withaafurther family 2,163 carer (for whom whom the family carer was specified. Of the 6,435 adults living with a family carer (for whom the status of the family carernot was known) 88% were parents. the status of the family carer was known) 88% were parents. 13 13

The ‘family carer not related’ sub code refers to people that have support to live with a family which is not their own. 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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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 4: Number of people with learning disabilities in the same accommodation Section 4: Number of people with learning disabilities in the same 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 accommodation

were living in thewere sameasked household. Local authoritiesonwere include the was the Local authorities to provide information howasked many to people with a person learningwho disability Local authorities were asked to provide information on how many people with a learning disability subject of the assessment (i.e. “1 person” accommodation would to beinclude returned local authorities were living in the same household. Local authorities were asked thebyperson who was the were living in the same household. Local authorities were asked to include the person who where a person with a learning disability is the only person with a learning disability living in was the the subject of the assessment (i.e. “1 person” accommodation would be returned by local authorities subject of the assessment (i.e. “1 person” accommodation would be returned by local authorities household). where a person with a learning disability is the only person with a learning disability living in the where a person with a learning disability is the only person with a learning disability living in the household). Local authorities were able to provide information on 19,159 adults in 2009 which represents a household). reported increasewere of 4,569 (31%) from 2008. Local authorities able people to provide information on 19,159 adults in 2009 which represents a Local authorities were able to provide information on 19,159 adults in 2009 which represents a reported increase of 4,569 people (31%) from 2008. The mostincrease striking adjustment since(31%) 2008 has reported of 4,569 people frombeen 2008.the recorded increase in the number of adults with most a learning disability who since are the onlyhas person learning increase disability in living in their household The striking adjustment 2008 beenwith thearecorded the number of adults The most striking adjustment since 2008 has been the recorded increase in the number ofaadults (35% increase, representing 3,526 people,). The breakdown of the number of adults with learning with a learning disability who are the only person with a learning disability living in their household with a learning disability who are the only person with a learning disability living in their household disability living in the same accommodation as follows: (35% increase, representing 3,526 people,). isThe breakdown of the number of adults with a learning (35% increase, representing 3,526 people,). The breakdown of the number of adults with a learning disability living in the same accommodation is as follows: 13,698 theaccommodation only person withisaas learning disability livingadults in the are same follows:disability living in their accommodation (71%); adults are the only person with a learning disability living in their accommodation 13,698 13,698adults adultslive areinthe only person with learning disability living in their accommodation 3,708 accommodation witha 2-4 people with a learning disability (19%); (71%); (71%); 1,753 adults adults live live in with at least 4 otherwith people with learning (9%). (19%); 3,708 accommodation 2-4 people with a disabilities learning disability 3,708 adults live in accommodation with 2-4 people with a learning disability (19%); adultsoflive with at least 4 other people with living learning disabilities (9%). Chart 1,753 4: Number adults a learning disability in the same accommodation (2009) 1,753 adults live with with at least 4 other people with learning disabilities (9%). Chart 4: Number of adults with a learning disability living in the same accommodation (2009) 1,753of adults with a learning disability living in the same accommodation (2009) Chart 4: Number 1,753 1,753 1 person (71%) 3,708

1 person (71%) 1 person (71%) 2-4 people (19%)

3,708 3,708

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

13,698 13,698 13,698

Total: 19,159 Not known: Total: 19,1598,512 Total: 19,159 Not known: 8,512 Not known: 8,512 Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 5: Accommodation type Section 5: Accommodation type Section Accommodation type Information5:was collected on accommodation type for the first time in 2009. Accommodation type

Information was collected on accommodation type for the first time in 2009. Accommodation type replaces the tenure type item as it was felt accommodation type would provide more useful Information collected on accommodation type for the first time in 2009. Accommodation replaces thewas tenure type item as it was felt accommodation type would provide more useful type information and would also correspond with the ways many local authorities record information. replaces theand tenure type item as it was felt provide moreinformation. useful information would also correspond withaccommodation the ways many type localwould authorities record information and would correspond the ways localdisability. authorities recordtwo-thirds information. Accommodation type isalso known for 81% with of adults with amany learning Almost (13,626 Accommodation type is known for 81% of adults with a learning disability. Almost two-thirds (13,626 14 people, 61%) of adults with a learning disability stay in mainstream accommodation14 while almost a Accommodation type is known for 81% of adults with a learning disability. Almost two-thirds (13,626a people, 61%) of adults with a learning disability stay in mainstream accommodation while almost Just over a tenth (2,365 people, quarter (5,388 people, 24%) live in supported accommodation.15 14 15 people, 61%) ofpeople, adults 24%) with alive learning disability stay in mainstream accommodation whilepeople, almost a quarter (5,388 in supported accommodation. Just over a tenth (2,365 11%) live in registered adult care homes.16 15 16 quarter (5,388 people, 24%) live inhomes. supported accommodation. Just over a tenth (2,365 people, 11%) live in registered adult care 11%) live in registered care homes.16 people with learning disabilities live in. Chart 5 shows the typeadult of accommodation Chart 5 shows the type of accommodation people with learning disabilities live in. Chart 55:shows the type of accommodation people with learning disabilities live in. Chart Accommodation type (2009) Chart 5: Accommodation type (2009) Chart 5: Accommodation type (2009) 1,102 1,102 Mainstream (61%) 2,364 1,102 Mainstream (61%) 2,364 Mainstream (61%) 2,364

5,388 5,388 5,388

13,626 13,626 13,626

Supported Supported Accommodation Supported Accommodation (24%) Accommodation (24%) Registered Adult Care (24%) Registered Adult Care Homes (11%) Registered Adult Care Homes (11%) Homes (11%) Other (5%) Other (5%) Other (5%) Total: 22,480 Total: 22,480 Not known: 5,191 Total: 22,4805,191 Not known: Not known: 5,191

Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010

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Mainstream accommodation is a home which has not been adapted for the individuals needs in any way. This may, but not Mainstream always, includeaccommodation the family home.is a home which has not been adapted for the individuals needs in any way. This may, but not 14 15 always, include the family home. Mainstream accommodation homeinwhich not been adapted for the in any way. This but not Supported accommodation is isa ahome whichhas external support has been putindividuals in place toneeds help the individual livemay, independently. 15 16 Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live independently. always, includeadult the family home.refers to a residential care home where a number of other adults may live. The accommodation is A registered care home 16 15 A registered adult care home refers to a residential care home where a number of other adults may live. The accommodation is Supported accommodation is a home in which support has been put in place to help the individual live independently. usually in single rooms and residents have accessexternal to on-site care services. 16 usually in singleadult rooms and residents access to on-site care services. A registered care home refershave to a residential care home where a number of other adults may live. The accommodation is9 9 usually in single rooms and residents have access to on-site care services.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) ‘Other’ accommodation 1,102 adults with a learning disability live in an “Other” type of accommodation which is made up of: 428 adults in special housing (40%); 295 adults in sheltered housing (27%); 217 adults in NHS facilities/ hospitals (20%); 80 adults are homeless (7%); 22 adults in penal institutions (2%); 18 adults in specialist rehabilitation units (2%); 12 adults in independent hospitals (1%); and 9 adults in mobile accommodation (1%).17 Chart 6: ‘Other’ accommodation type (2009)

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Special housing (40%)

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Sheltered housing (27%)

80

428

NHS facilities/ hospitals (20%) Homeless (7%)

217 Penal Institutions (2%) Specialist rehabilitation units (2%) Independent hospitals (1%) Mobile accommodation (1%) 295

Source: eSAY 2010

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 6: Local Area Co-ordination Section 6: Local Area Co-ordination

One of the recommendations of „The same as you?‟ was that local authorities and health boards One of the recommendations of „The same as you?‟ was that local authorities and health boards should put in place Local Area Co-ordinators (LACs) to get to know people with learning disabilities should put in place Local Area Co-ordinators (LACs) to get to know people with learning disabilities and their families, assist them to identify their needs and support them get their needs met. and their families, assist them to identify their needs and support them get their needs met. Local area co-ordinators work in a person centred way with individuals, families and communities to 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 assist people to achieve the outcomes they wish in their lives 18 and in particular to enable them to be included as citizens in the communities in which they live. 18 included as citizens in the communities in which they live. There was a 38% recorded increase in the number of people for which LAC information is known There was a 38% recorded increase in the number of people for which LAC information is known compared to 2008. Information on LAC services is now known for 15,798 adults with a learning compared to 2008. Information on LAC services is now known for 15,798 adults with a learning disability. An estimated 8,514 adults now have a LAC service (or one regarded as equivalent by the disability. An estimated 8,514 adults now have a LAC service (or one regarded as equivalent by the local authority) available to them. local authority) available to them. LAC use and availability LAC use and availability Data was was collected collectedfor forthe thefirst firsttime timeinin2008 2008on onboth bothavailability availabilityand anduse use1919ofoflocal local area coData area coordinators within withinlocal localauthority authorityareas. areas.InIn2009 20092,042 2,042people peopleused usedLAC LACservices, services, while a further ordinators while a further 6,472 adults adults had hadaaLAC LACservice serviceavailable availabletotothem. them. Nationally Nationally24% 24%ofofadults adultswith with learning disability 6,472 aa learning disability who have have access accessto toaaLAC LACused usedLAC LACservices servicesduring during2009. 2009.This Thisisis2% 2%less lessthan than 2008. Chart who in in 2008. Chart 7 7 shows LAC LAC availability availabilityand anduse useby bylocal localauthority authorityarea. area.More Moredetailed detailedinformation information available shows is is available in in Annex B, B, Table Table B6. B6. Annex 2020 Chart 7: 7: Use Use of ofLocal LocalArea AreaCo-ordination Co-ordinationservices services(2009) (2009) Chart

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

850 850 800 800 750 750 700 700 650 650 600 600 550 550 500 500 450 450 400 400 350 350 300 300 250 250 200 200 150 150 100 100 50 50 00

LAC LACavailable available

Uses LAC Uses LAC

18 18 http://www.scld.org.uk/local-area-co-ordination/consultation-local-area-co-ordination-framework/consultation-local-area-

http://www.scld.org.uk/local-area-co-ordination/consultation-local-area-co-ordination-framework/consultation-local-areacoco19 19 Coded categories of availability and use include: no LAC service available; individual does has have a LAC in their area Coded categories of availability and use include: no LAC service available; individual does has have a LAC in their area and use service; service availability is constrained; and does does use use service; service;individual individualdoes doeshave haveaaLAC LACinintheir theirarea areaand anddoes doesnot not use service; service availability is constrained; individual has indicated they do not want to use this service. individual has indicated they do not want to use this service. 20 20 Angus; Dundee; Falkirk; North Lanarkshire and the Orkney Islands did not have a LAC service in 2009 (Source: SCLD Angus; Dundee; Falkirk; North Lanarkshire and the Orkney Islands did not have a LAC service in 2009 (Source: SCLD LAC LAC Team Team 2010) 2010)

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 7: Personal Life Plans/Person Centred Plans 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 A Personal Life and Planfriends, (PLP) isfocuses a process continual listening and learning which,now in alliance person‟s family andfor acts upon what is important to someone and in with the a person‟s family andas friends, focuses and acts whatwith is important to disability someonewho nowwants and ina the future. „The same you?‟ recommends that upon everyone a learning PLP 21 future. „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should be able to have one. 21 should be able to have one. There was a recorded increase in the number of adults for whom PLP information was known (19% There was2,195 a recorded in the number of adults for whom information was known (19% increase, people)increase and a reported increase in the number of PLP adults with a learning disability increase, and a reported increaseThere in the was number with a learning that have 2,195 a PLPpeople) (42% increase, 2,489 people). alsoofa adults slight decrease in the disability number of that have a PLP (42% 2,489296 people). There was also a slight decrease in the number of people that do not haveincrease, a PLP (-5%, people). people that do not have a PLP (-5%, 296 people). Almost two-thirds (61%) of eligible adults (8,480 people) with a learning disability (for which PLP Almost two-thirds (61%) of have eligible adultsThis (8,480 people) a with a learning which PLP information is known) now a PLP. represents 10% recordeddisability increase(for since 2008. information is known) now have a PLP. This represents a 10% recorded increase since 2008.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 8: Advocacy Section Section8: 8:Advocacy Advocacy Advocacyservices servicesallow allowpeople peopletotohave haveaagreater greatersay sayinindecisions decisionswhich whichaffect affecttheir theirlives. lives.2222 Advocacy Advocacy services allow people to have a greater say in decisions which affect their lives.22 Advocacyservices servicesplay playaakey keyrole roleininallowing allowingpeople peoplewith withaalearning learningdisability disabilityto toplay playan anactive active role role Advocacy Advocacy services play a key role in allowing people with a learning disability to play an active role theircommunity communityand andhelp helpshape shapefuture futureservices. services. Improving Improvingaccess accessto toadvocacy advocacyservices services isis aa key key inintheir in their community and help shape future services. Improving access to advocacy services is a key recommendation of the „The same as you?‟ and the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) recommendation of the „The same as you?‟ and the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) recommendation of the „The same as you?‟ and the Mental Health (Care and Treatment) (Scotland) Act2003. 2003.2323 Act 23 Act 2003. Therewas wasaa57% 57%reported reportedincrease increaseininthe thenumber numberofofpeople peoplefor forwhom whomadvocacy advocacyinformation information isis There There was a 57% reported increase in the number of people for whom advocacy information is known(2,442 (2,442people). people). There Therewas wasalso alsoaarecorded recordedincrease increaseininthe thenumber numberof ofpeople peoplewho who did did not not known known (2,442 people). There was also a recorded increase in the number of people who did not havean anadvocate advocateand andwere wereconsidered considerednot nottotorequire requireone one(110%, (110%,2,718 2,718people). people). have have an advocate and were considered not to require one (110%, 2,718 people). whichisisbroken brokendown downas asfollows: follows: Advocacyinformation informationisisnow nowknown knownfor for6,755 6,755adults adults2424 which Advocacy Advocacy information is now known for 6,755 adults24 which is broken down as follows: 5,180adults adultsdo donot nothave havean anadvocate advocateand anddo donot notrequire requireone one(77%); (77%); 5,180 5,180 adults do not have an advocate and do not require one (77%); 263do donot nothave havean anadvocate advocatebut butrequire requireone one(4%); (4%); 263 263 do not have an advocate but require one (4%); 658have haveaaprofessional professionaladvocate advocate(10%); (10%); 658 658 have a professional advocate (10%); 258have havegroup/ group/collective collectiveadvocacy advocacy(4%); (4%); 258 258 have group/ collective advocacy (4%); 257exercise exerciseself selfadvocacy advocacy(4%); (4%);and and 257 257 exercise self advocacy (4%); and 139have haveaacitizen/ citizen/independent independentadvocate advocate(2%). (2%). 139 139 have a citizen/ independent advocate (2%). Chart8:8:Advocacy Advocacy(2009) (2009) Chart Chart 8: Advocacy (2009) 258 257 258 257 258 257 139 139 139

Noadvocate, advocate,advocate advocatenot not No No advocate, advocate not required(77%) (77%) required required (77%) Noadvocate, advocate,advocate advocate No No advocate, advocate required(4%) (4%) required required (4%) ProfessionalAdvocate Advocate(10%) (10%) Professional Professional Advocate (10%)

658 658 658 263 263 263

Citizen/independent Citizen/independent Citizen/independent Advocate (2%) Advocate (2%) Advocate (2%) SelfAdvocacy(4%) Advocacy(4%) Self Self Advocacy(4%)

5,180 5,180 5,180

Group/CollectiveAdvocacy Advocacy Group/Collective Group/Collective Advocacy (4%) (4%) (4%) Total:6,755 6,755 Total: Total: 6,755 Notknown: known:20,916 20,916 Not Not known: 20,916 Source:eSAY eSAY2010 2010 Source: Source: eSAY 2010

22 22 Source: The same as you? Page 35. Paragraph 20. Source: The same as you? Page 35. Paragraph 20. 22 23

Source: The same as you? Page 35. Paragraph 20. 23 http://www.opsi.gov.uk/legislation/scotland/acts2003/asp_20030013_en_1 http://www.opsi.gov.uk/legislation/scotland/acts2003/asp_20030013_en_1 23

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Local authorities primarily aimed toThe return individual advocacyininformation aggregated advocacy information when individual information wasunknown. unknown. advocacy information thissection sectionand refers individual leveladvocacy advocacy data individual information was The advocacy information in this refers totoindividual level data individualbyinformation was unknown. The advocacy information in this section refers to aggregate individual level advocacy data returned 17 local authorities (Annex B, Table B8). 18 Local authorities also returned level advocacy data returned by 17 local authorities (Annex B, Table B8). 18 Local authorities also returned aggregate level advocacy data returnedB,by 17 local (Annex Table B9).authorities (Annex B, Table B8). 18 Local authorities also returned aggregate level advocacy data (Annex B, Table B9). (Annex B, Table B9). 13

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) 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 important in helping people to be included in society. Definitions of open and non-open employment were broadly consistent with the definitions used pre 2008. All employment opportunities Employment information is now known for 14,577 adults. This represents a 29% reported increase in the number of people for which employment information was known (3,237 people). Despite this increase employment information is still only known for 53% of adults with a learning disability. 14% of all adults (3,802 people25) with a learning disability were in employment or training for employment in 2009 which is 6% higher than in 2008. The proportion of adults with a learning disability that were in employment, for which employment information is known also increased from 18% in 2008 to 26% in 2009. Despite this positive progress there was also a reported increase in the number of adults that were not currently in employment or training for employment (16%, 1,494 people). Hours worked Information was also collected on the number of hours people with a learning disability work: 1,072 adults with a learning disability now work less than 16 hours per week – a reported decrease of 254 people (-19%) since 2008; 797 adults with a learning disability work 16 hours per week or more–which is a slight recorded increase from 2008 (9%, 64 people). A further 1,933 adults are in employment but the number of hours worked is unknown. 26 Chart 9 (overleaf) shows the number of adults known to be in employment or training for employment for each local authority (Annex B, Table B10). Open and non-open employment opportunities 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.27 25

3,802 people in employment or training for employment consist of 1,072 adults working less than 16 hours; 797 adults working 16 hours or more; and 1,933 adults that are in employment or training for employment but hours worked is unknown. 26 A code for „employed but hours unknown‟ was not available in 2008. This change in reporting may have contributed to the decrease in the reporting of hours worked per week in 2009.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Information on open and non-open employment has improved. Information on the type of Information on open and non-open employment has improved. Information on the type of employment opportunities that are being taken up by adults with learning disabilities is now known employment opportunities that are being taken up by adults with28learning disabilities is now known for 2,143 adults (an extra 484 people, 29% recorded increase). for 2,143 adults (an extra 484 people, 29% recorded increase).28 There has been a recorded increase in adults in open employment (88% increase, 555 people) and a There has been a recorded increase in adults in open employment (88% increase, 555 people) and a slight decrease in adults in non-open employment (-7%, 71 people). slight decrease in adults in non-open employment (-7%, 71 people). Of those in employment just over half (55%, 1,188 people) were recorded to be in open employment Of those in employment just over half (55%, 1,188 people) were recorded to be in open employment (45%, 955 people were in non-open employment). This represents a considerable shift since 2008 (45%, 955 people were in non-open employment). This represents a considerable shift since 2008 when around a third of adults (38%, 633 people) with a learning disability were recorded as working when around a third of adults (38%, 633 people) with a learning disability were recorded as working in open employment. in open employment. Chart 10 shows the number of adults in open and non open employment (Annex B, Table B11). Chart 10 shows the number of adults in open and non open employment (Annex B, Table B11).

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More information on the definition of open and non-open employment can be found in the eSAY Data Collection 2009 More information on the definition of open and non-open employment can be found in the eSAY Data Collection 2009 Guidance notes. 28 Guidance notes. 28 Edinburgh alone recorded an additional 205 adults in open employment in 2009. Edinburgh alone recorded an additional 205 adults in open employment in 2009. 15

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1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 3,009

Aberdeen City Aberdeenshire Angus 1957

East Ayrshire East Dunbartonshire East Lothian

Highland

Moray

Midlothian

Highland

Glasgow City

Fife

Falkirk

Eilean Siar

Edinburgh

East Lothian

3,009

East Renfrewshire

Glasgow City

East Dunbartonshire

Fife

East Ayrshire

Dundee City

Dumfries & Galloway

Clackmannanshire

Argyll & Bute

Angus

Aberdeenshire

Falkirk

1957

Adults not in employment or training for employment

Inverclyde Adults in employment or training for employment Adults not in employment or training for employm 1957 1,926 Midlothian Moray North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross Renfrewshire

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West Lothian aining for employment Unknown Adults in employment or training for employment yment Unknown Source: eSAY 2009 Source: eSAY 2009

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Adults not in employment or training for employment

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South Ayrshire

Shetland Isles

Scottish Borders

Renfrewshire

Perth & Kinross

Orkney Islands

Moray

Midlothian

Inverclyde

Highland

Fife

Falkirk

North Lanarkshire

West Dunbartonshire

North Ayrshire

Stirling

Glasgow City

South Lanarkshire

Eilean Siar

South Ayrshire

Edinburgh

East Lothian

Shetland Isles

East Renfrewshire

West Lothian East Dunbartonshire

DundeeStirling City West Dunbartonshire East Ayrshire

Scottish Borders

South Ayrshire Perth & Kinross Aberdeen City South Lanarkshire Renfrewshire Aberdeenshire Stirling Scottish Borders Angus West Dunbartonshire Shetland Isles Argyll & Bute West Lothian South Ayrshire Clackmannanshire South&Lanarkshire Dumfries Galloway Unknown

Source: eSAY 2009

Scottish NorthBorders Lanarkshire Shetland Isles Orkney Islands

1,926

1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 ,926 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

Aberdeen City

Edinburgh art 9: Number of adults in employment or training for employment (2009) Eilean Siar

Inverclyde

East Renfrewshire

Renfrewshire

Dundee City

Perth & Kinross

Dumfries & Galloway

Orkney Islands

Clackmannanshire

North Lanarkshire

1,926

North Ayrshire

Argyll & Bute

3,009

Adults in employment or training for employment

1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0

Chart 9: Number of adults in employment or training for employment (2009)

Chart 9: Number of adults in employment or training for employment (2009)

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South Lanarkshire

Stirling

West Dunbartonshire

Glasgow City Renfrewshire

Clackmannanshire

Dumfries & Galloway

Dundee City

East Ayrshire

East Dunbartonshire

East Lothian

Adults in open employment Adults in non-open employment Unknown Adults in non-open employment Unknown Not in training or employment Source: eSAY 2010

Orkney Islands

1957

North Lanarkshire West Dunbartonshire

Angus

North Ayrshire Stirling

Aberdeenshire

Moray South Lanarkshire

Moray

Aberdeen City

Midlothian South Ayrshire

Midlothian

Inverclyde

Highland

Glasgow City

3,188

Inverclyde Shetland Isles

Highland Scottish Borders

West Lothian Unknown Not in training or employment Fife

Falkirk

Eilean Siar

Edinburgh

East Renfrewshire

East Lothian

East Dunbartonshire

East Ayrshire

Dundee City

Chart 10: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2009)

Scottish Borders

Renfrewshire

Perth & Kinross

Orkney Islands

North Lanarkshire

North Ayrshire

Chart 10: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2009)

South Ayrshire

Perth & KinrossFife

Eilean Siar

Dumfries & Galloway

Edinburgh

Falkirk Orkney Islands

Clackmannanshire

Argyll & Bute

Angus

Aberdeenshire

Aberdeen City

Argyll & Bute

3,188

2,047

Not in training or employment

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1957

Unknown

Source: eSAY 2010

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employment (2009)

Adults in non-open employment

1600 1500 1400 1300 1200 1100 1000 900 800 700 600 500 400 300 200 100 0 Adults in open employment

Chart 10: Number Falkirk of adults in open and non-open employment (2009) 8 mber of adults in open and non-open employment (2009) Fife 1600 3,188 Glasgow City 1500 3,188 1400 Highland Adults in open employment Adults in non-open employment Unknown 1300 Inverclyde 1200 2,047 1957 1100 Midlothian 1000 1957 Moray 900 2,047 1957 800 North Ayrshire 700 North Lanarkshire 600 Orkney Islands 500 400 Perth & Kinross 300 Renfrewshire 200 100 Scottish Borders 0 Shetland Isles

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

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2,047

Not in training

2,047

Source: eSAY 2010

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 10: Day centres and day opportunities There a reported in the number of adults for which day centre and day Section 10:was Day centresincrease and day opportunities

opportunities information is known (20% increase, 2,840 additional people). 29 There was a reported increase the16,847 number of adults for which day centre and day Information is now knowninfor adults. opportunities information is known (20% increase, 2,840 additional people). Over is a now third known of adults a learning disability do not attend a day centre and do not Information forwith 16,847 adults.29 have alternative opportunities. A further quarter of adults do not attend a day centre Over a but third of adults with aopportunities. learning disability doadults not attend a day centre and do not in 2009 have alternative 7,857 had alternative opportunities have alternative A further quarter of adults dobreakdown not attend aofday centre comparedopportunities. to 5,053 in 2008 (56% increase). The full adults attending but have alternative opportunities. 7,857 adults had alternative opportunities in 2009 day centres is: compared to 5,053 in 2008 (56% increase). The full breakdown of adults attending day centres is:1,678 attend a day centre 5 days a week (10%); 1,090 attend a day centre less than 5 days a week and have no alternative 1,678 attend a day centre opportunities (6%); 5 days a week (10%); 1,090 attend a day centre less than 5 than days 5a days weekaand have alternative 3,458 attend a day centre less week andno have alternative opportunities (6%); opportunities (21%); 3,458 attend a day than 5 days weekalternative and have opportunities alternative (26%); and 4,401 do notcentre attendless a day centre butahave opportunities (21%); 6,220 do not attend a day centre (37%). 4,401 do not attend a day centre but have alternative opportunities (26%); and Chart do 11:not Number adults attending 6,220 attend of a day centre (37%). day centres and receiving alternative opportunities (2009) Chart 11: Number of adults attending day centres and receiving alternative 1,678 opportunities (2009) Attending a day centre 5 days per week (10%) 1,678 1,090 Attending a day centre 5 less than 5 days days perAttending week (10%) 1,090 per week with no alt. opps. (6%) Attending less than 5 days 6,220 Attending than 5 days per week with no less alt. opps. (6%) per week with alt. opps. 6,220 3,458Attending (21%) less than 5 days Not attending but has alt. per week with alt. opps. 3,458 (21%) opps. (26%) Not attending but has alt. Not attending a day centre, opps. (26%) with no alt. opps. (37%) Not attending a day centre, Total: 16,847 with no alt. opps. (37%) 4,401 4,401

Not known: 10,824 Total: 16,847 Not known: 10,824

Source: eSAY 2010 Source: eSAY 2010 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 2010 guidance being issued. 29 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 18 the 2010 guidance being issued. 29

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Section 11: Further education The Scottish collected further education data from 2003-2007 on an Section 11:Government Further education

aggregate level basis. In 2009 the eSAY team continued the collection of further The Scottish Government collected level further education data from 2003-2007 on anis education data but on an individual basis. Information on further education aggregate basis. half In 2009 eSAY team continued the collection of further now knownlevel for around of allthe adults with a learning disability (44%, 12,065 education dataFurther but on aneducation individual level basis. Information on further education is people). 11: Section now known for around half of all adults with a learning disability (44%, 12,065 9% of all adults with a learning disability were enrolleddata in further education in people). The Scottish Government collected further education from 2003-2007 on2009. an The breakdown is a follows: aggregate level basis. In 2009 the eSAY team continued the collection of further 9% of all adults with a learning disability were enrolled in further education in 2009. education data but on an individual level basis. Information on further education is 768 attended 3 days per week or more (6%); The breakdown is a follows: now known for around half of all adults with a learning disability (44%, 12,065 1,422 attended less than 3 days per week (12%); people). 768 attended attended 3 days per week more 334 however the timeor was not(6%); specified (3%); 1,422 attended less than 3 days per week (12%);in 9% of all with a9,541 learning wereinenrolled further education in 2009. theadults remaining weredisability not involved further education in 2009 (79%). 334 attended however the time was not specified (3%); The breakdown is a follows: Chart 12: education (2009) the Further remaining 9,541 were not involved in further education in 2009 (79%). 768 attended 3 days per week or more (6%); 768 Chart 12: Further education (2009) 1,422 attended less than 3 days per week (12%); In FE:(3%); 3 days per week or 334 attended however the time was not specified 1,422 768 more (6%) the remaining 9,541 were not involved in further education in 2009 (79%). In FE: 3 days per week or 1,422 In FE: less than 3 days more (6%) Chart 12: Further education (2009) per week (12%) 334 In FE: less than 3 days In FE: time not specified 768 per week (12%) 334 (3%) In FE: 3 days per week or 1,422 In FE: time not specified Not in(6%) FE (79%) more (3%) In FE: less than 3 days Not in FE (79%) per week (12%) 334 9,541 9,541

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Total known: 12,065 In FE: time not specified Total unknown: 15,606 (3%) Total known: 12,065 Not unknown: in FE (79%) Total 15,606

Source: eSAY 2010

Total known: 12,065 Source: eSAY 2010 Total unknown: 15,606

The eSAY9,541 teamFurther will provide more detailed analysis of the data items in subsequent Section 12: analysis studies. Initial studies will focus on ASD; employment and education.

The eSAY team will provide detailed analysis of the data(2009) items in subsequent eSAY Statistics Release: Adultsmore with Learning Disabilities

studies. Initial studies will focus on ASD; employment and education.Source: eSAY 2010

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) 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.30 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 4.1.31 For both these reasons, comparison between 2009 and 2008, and previous years should be made with caution. Table 1 shows the main changes in the data items that were requested between 2007-2009. Table 2 shows 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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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table 1: Changes to reporting items for adults with learning disabilities Statistics Releasesto(2007-2009) Table 1: Changes reporting items for adults with learning disabilities Statistics Releases (2007-2009) Item 2009 2008 2007 Item 2009 2008 2007 Learning Disability √ √ √ Learning DisabilityDisorder √ √ √Autism Spectrum Autism Spectrum Disorder √ √ Aggregate Gender √ √ numbers Aggregate Gender √ √ numbers Age group, Age Year of Birth Year of Birth aggregate Age group, Age Year of Year of aggregate Ethnic group √ Birth √ Birth Ethnic group √ √ Area code √Area √ √ √Healthcode Board Code Health Board Code √ √ Lives with family carer Lives with √ √ Number offamily peoplecarer with learning disability living in Number of people with the samedisability accommodation √ √ learning living in the same accommodation √√ Tenure type Tenure type √Accommodation type √√Accommodation type √ √ Local Area Co-ordination √Local Area Co-ordination √ √ √ Independent Personal Life Plan √ √ Advocacy Independent Personal √ √ Advocacy AdvocacyLife Plan √ Advocacy √ √ √ Excluding Including Voluntary Voluntary Excluding Including Details of Voluntary Voluntary Employment opportunities √ hours worked Details of Employment opportunities √ hours √worked Day opportunities √ Day opportunities √ √√ Further education Further √√ Trainingeducation -Training √ Community short breaks Community breaks √ Adults livingshort in their own tenancies Adults living in their own √ Source: eSAY 2010 tenancies Source: eSAY 2010

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table Table 2: Completeness 2: Completeness of data of data reporting reporting (2009) (2009) Table 2: Completeness of data reporting (2009)

% Adults % Adults in in % of % All of All Total Total Reporting Adults Adults in in % Reporting Adults in % of All No.No. of of Adults Adults forfor Authorities Authorities Scotland Scotland Total Reporting Adultsfor in for Reporting Reporting which which Total for for which which which which Item Item No. of Adults for Total Authorities Scotland for Local Local Item Item Missing Missing Item Item known known known known Reporting which Total for which which Item 32 32 33 33 Item Item Authorities Authorities Reported Reported Values Values (2008 (2008 value) value) (2008 (2008 value) value) Local Item Missing Item known known 32 33 Item Authorities value) (2008 value) Gender Gender 32 32 Reported 27,630 27,630 Values 41 41 (2008 100% 100% (99%) (99%) 100% 100% (100%) (100%) Gender 3232 27,410 27,630 41 100% (99%) (100%) Year Year of birth of birth 32 27,410 261 261 99% 99% (99%) (99%) 100% 99% 99% (99%) (99%) Year of birth 32 27,410 261 99% (99%) 99% (99%) Learning Learning Disability Disability 32 32 27,298 27,298 373373 99% 99% (99%) (99%) 99% 99% (93%) (93%) Learning Disability 32 27,298 373 99% (99%) 99% (93%) Number Number in same in same accommodation accommodation 31 31 19,159 19,159 8,512 8,512 70% 70% (74%) (74%) 69% 69% (58%) (58%) Number in same accommodation 3132 21,841 19,159 8,512 70% (74%) 69% (58%) Ethnic Ethnic group group 32 21,841 5,830 5,830 79% 79% (72%) (72%) 79% 79% (68%) (68%) Ethnic group 32 21,841 5,830 79% (72%) 79% (68%) Lives Lives with with family family carer carerwith family 31 31 20,285 20,285 7,386 7,386 79% 79% (70%) (70%) 73% 73% (64%) (64%) Lives carer 31 20,285 7,386 79% (70%) 73% (64%) Day Day opportunities opportunities 32 32 16,847 16,847 10,824 10,824 61% 61% (69%) (69%) 61% 61% (55%) (55%) Day opportunities 32 16,847 10,824 61% (69%) 61% (55%) Autism Autism Spectrum Spectrum Autism Disorder Disorder 32 32 15,817 15,817 11,854 11,854 57% 57% (68%) (68%) 57% 57% (53%) (53%) Spectrum Disorder 32 15,817 11,854 57% (68%) 57% (53%) Accommodation Accommodation 34 34 type type 31 31 22,480 22,480 5,191 5,191 81% 81% (61% (61% ) ) 81% 81% (47%) (47%) Accommodation 34 type 31 22,480 5,191 81% (61% ) 81% (47%) Personal Personal LifeLife Plan Plan 31 31 15,165 15,165 12,506 12,506 56% 56% (55%) (55%) 55% 55% (49%) (49%) Personal Life Plan 31 15,165 12,506 56% (55%) 55% (49%) Employment Employment opportunities opportunities 32 32 14,577 14,577 13,094 13,094 53% 53% (52%) (52%) 53% 53% (45%) (45%) Employment opportunities 32 14,577 13,094 53% (52%) 53% (45%) Local Local Area Area Co-Coordination ordination 30 30 15,798 15,798 11,873 11,873 60% 60% (51%) (51%) 57% 57% (45%) (45%) Local Area Coordination 30 15,798 11,873 60% (51%) 57% (45%) Further Further education education 28 28 12,065 12,065 15,606 15,606 58% 58% (NA) (NA) 44% 44% (NA) (NA) Further Source: Source: eSAY eSAY 2010 2010 education 28 12,065 15,606 58% (NA) 44% (NA) Source: eSAY 2010

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) 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; Claire Stewart or Stewart Smith 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 31st August 2010. 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 Statistics

National Tables: Table A1: Adults with learning disabilities known to Local Authorities (2009) Table A2: Age and gender of adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2003-2009) Table A3: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities (2009) Table A4: Adults of Asian, Asian Scottish and Asian British ethnic group (2009) Table A5: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities by age (2009) Table A6: Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) Table A7: Age and gender of adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis (2009) Table A8: Age of adults living with a family carer (2009) Table A9: Adults who live with a family carer by age and gender (2009) Table A10: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation by age and gender (2009) Table A11: Ethnic group of adults living with a family carer (2009) Table A12: Adults with learning disabilities in the same accommodation and living with a family carer (2009) Table A13: Personal Life Plan by age and gender (2003- 2009) Table A14: Numbers of adults with employment opportunities by age and gender (2009) Table A15: Adults who are in employment by age and gender (2009) Table A16: Adults who are in further education by age and gender (2009)

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A1:A1: Adults with learning disabilities known to to local authorities (2009) Table Adults with learning disabilities known local authorities (2009) % of % total of total Total Total forfor forfor whom whom whom whom thisthis thisthis Rate Rate perper Gender Gender information informationinformation information 1,000 1,000 Rate Rate in in Male Male Female Femaleunknown unknown is known is known is known is known pop'n* pop'n* 2008 2008

16-17 16-17 & & notnot at at 858858 3%3% 6.66.6 5.35.3 school school 576576 282282 0 0 2,315 2,315 8%8% 11.4 11.4 9.99.9 18-20 18-20 1,516 1,516 798798 1 1 7,871 7,871 28% 28% 8.4 8.4 7.77.7 21-34 21-34 4,685 4,685 3,186 3,186 0 0 7,725 7,725 28% 28% 6.86.8 6.46.4 35-49 35-49 4,364 4,364 3,358 3,358 3 3 5,782 5,782 21% 21% 5.85.8 5.45.4 50-64 50-64 3,191 3,191 2,590 2,590 1 1 65 65 andand 2,859 2,859 10% 10% 3.33.3 2.82.8 over over 1,367 1,367 1,490 1,490 2 2 Table A1: Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2009) Total Total forfor whom whom % of total ageage Total for for whom 27,410 27,410 99% 99% - known known 15,699 15,699 11,704 11,704 7 7 whom - this this Rate per 149149 78 78 34 34 261261 - Unknown Unknown - - 1,000 Gender information information Rate- inTotal Total 15,848 15,848 11,782 unknown 41 41 is27,671 27,671 is known 6.56.5 2008 5.95.9 Male 11,782 Female known pop'n*

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858 3% 6.6 5.3 school 576 282 0 2,315 8% 11.4 9.9 18-20 1,516 798 1 Notes Notes 7,871 28% 8.4 7.7 21-34 4,685 3,186 0 1. 1.ThisThis table table shows shows the the number number of adults of adults aged aged 163and 16 and overover reported reported by each by each local local authority. authority.6.8 7,725 28% 6.4 35-49 4,364 3,358 2. 2.AgeAge in 2009 in 2009 is calculated is calculated fromfrom yearyear of birth. of birth. Date Date of birth of birth is not is not collected collected to maintain to maintain confidentiality. confidentiality. 5,782 21% 5.8 5.4 50-64 3,191 2,590 1 adults 3. 3.TheThe adults adults known known per per 1,000 1,000 are are based based on the on the totaltotal adults known known to the to the locallocal authority authority aged aged 16 or 16over. or over. 65 and TheThe change change in rate in rate since since 2008 2008 is also is also given. given. Totals Totals for 2008 for 2008 cancan be found be found in the in the 2008 2008 Statistics Statistics 2,859 10% 3.3 2.8 Release. Release. over 1,367 1,490 2 4. 4. Since Since no identifiers no identifiers are are provided provided for individuals for individuals it is it not is not possible possible to eliminate to eliminate any any duplication duplication of adults of adults Total for recorded recorded by more by more thanthan oneone locallocal authority. authority. ThisThis maymay occur occur when when a person a person is funded is funded by one by one authority authority whom but but liveslives and/or and/or receives receives services services in another. in another. age 27,410 99% known 15,699 11,704 7 149 78 34 261 Unknown Total 15,848 11,782 41 27,671 6.5 5.9 Source: eSAY 2009, *Calculated using Mid-2009 Population Estimates Scotland (General Register Office for Scotland) Notes 1. 2. 3.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) TableA2: A2:Age Ageand andgender genderofofadults adultswith withlearning learningdisabilities disabilitiesknown knowntotolocal local Table authorities(2003-2009) (2003-2009) authorities 16-20 16-20 21-64 21-64 65and and 65 over over Male Male

Female Female

Gender Gender unknown unknown

Total Total

2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2003 965 1,433 1,433 1,421 1,421 1,468 1,468 1,622 1,622 1,761 1,761 2,092 2,092 965 8,142 9,620 9,620 10,061 10,061 10,413 10,413 10,423 10,423 11,437 11,437 12,240 12,240 8,142 895 1,142 1,142 1,086 1,086 1,063 1,063 1,004 1,004 1,161 1,161 1,367 1,367 895

Unknown 157 149 Unknown ----- 157 149 Total 10,002 10,002 12,195 12,195 12,568 12,568 12,944 12,944 13,049 13,049 14,516 14,516 15,848 15,848 Total 16-20 603 929 845 868 970 939 1,080 1,080 16-20 603 929 845 868 970 939 21-64 6,579 7,885 7,885 7,961 7,961 7,950 7,950 7,798 7,798 8,441 8,441 9,134 9,134 21-64 6,579 65and and 65 over 882 1,115 1,115 1,099 1,099 1,097 1,097 1,058 1,058 1,245 1,245 1,490 1,490 over 882 Unknown Unknown ----- 8686 7878 Total 8,064 9,929 9,929 9,905 9,905 9,915 9,915 9,826 9,826 10,711 10,711 11,782 11,782 Total 8,064 16-20 16-20 ----- - 11 21-64 21-64 ----- - 44 65and and 65 over over ----- - 22 Other Other ages ages coded coded Total Total 16-20 16-20 21-64 21-64 65and and 65 over over

----- - 3434 ----- - 4141 1,568 2,362 2,362 2,266 2,266 2,336 2,336 2,592 2,592 2,700 2,700 3,173 3,173 1,568 14,721 17,505 17,505 18,022 18,022 18,363 18,363 18,221 18,221 19,878 19,878 21,378 21,378 14,721

1,777 2,257 2,257 2,185 2,185 2,160 2,160 2,062 2,062 2,406 2,406 2,859 2,859 1,777

Unknown 268 261 Unknown ----- 268 261 Total 18,066 18,066 22,124 22,124 22,473 22,473 22,859 22,859 22,875 22,875 25,252 25,252 27,671 27,671 Total Source:Same Sameasasyou? you?Annual AnnualSurveys Surveys2003-07, 2003-07,eSAY eSAY2008-09 2008-09 Source:

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A3: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities (2009) Table A3: Ethnic group of adults with learning disabilities (2009)

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

% of Total Total for % of Total Total for for whom Gender whom this for whom Male Female this Gender whom this Male Femaleunknown information this information unknown information is known information is known is known is known 12,086 8,858 6 20,950 98.3% 12,086 8,858 6 20,950 98.3% 27 13 0 40 0.2% 27 13 0 40 0.2% 128 128 16

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table Table A4:A4: Adults Adults of of Asian, Asian, Asian Asian Scottish Scottish and and Asian Asian British British ethnic ethnic group group (2009) (2009)

Indian Indian Pakistani Pakistani

No. No. %% Total Total adults adults 3535 15% 15% 113 113 48% 48%

Bangladeshi Bangladeshi Other Other Asian Asian Chinese Chinese Total Total Unknown Unknown Total Total

1010 4%4% 1414 6%6% 3333 14% 14% 205 205 86% 86% 3232 14% 14% 237 237 100% 100%

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A5:A5: Ethnic group of of adults with learning disabilities byby age (2009) Table Ethnic group adults with learning disabilities age (2009) White White Other Other White Other Total as % of as % of of White Other Total as % of as % Total Total Total Total 2,134 2,134 16,808 16,808 1,970 1,970

6565 2,199 2,199 97% 97% 282 17,090 98% 282 17,090 98% 8 8 1,978 100% 1,978 100%

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A6: Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) Table A6: Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) Diagnosis of ASD No ASD Diagnosis of ASD Total No ASDClassic Asperger’s Other Total with diagnosis Total Classic Asperger’s Other Total with diagnosisAutism Syndrome Autism ASD Autism Syndrome Autism ASD

Person has Person has a learning a learning disability disability Person Person does not does not have a have a learning learning disability disability Total for Total for whom this whom this information information is known is known Unknown Unknown Total Total

13,357 1,002 13,357 1,002

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13,491 1,164 13,491 1,164 56 19 56 19 13,547 1,183 13,547 1,183

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Notes: Diagnosis of ASD Notes: No ASD Total Classic Other In accordance Total with 1. 420 individuals have been recorded as notAsperger’s having a learning disability. with the diagnosis 1.guidance, 420 individuals been recorded asstatistics not having a learning disability. accordance with the they havehave been included in the release asAutism they receive aInlearning service Autism Syndrome ASD disability they have been included in the statistics release as they receive a learning disability service fromguidance, a local authority. from a local authority. Person has

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65 and Age Gender 65 and Age Gender 16-20 21-64 over Total unknown unknown Total 16-20 21-64 over Total unknown unknown Total 484 1,156 27 1,667 59 1,726 484 1,156 27 1,667 59 1,726 108 394 22 524 18 542 108 394 22 524 18 542 592 1,550 49 2,191 2 2,270 77 592 1,550 49 2,191 2 2,270 77

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A8: Age of adults living with a family carer (2009) Table A8: Age of adults living with a family carer (2009) All Lives All Lives with Lives Lives adults with adults Lives with with Lives family Age of with who live other who live family with Age of carer, not parent adult other with family with carer, not carer parent adult specified family family carer family specified carerwith a family Table A8: Age of adults living carer (2009) carer carer carer All Lives 138 216 15 369 16-17 adults Lives with Lives 138 216 with15 369 16-17 who live family with Age of other with carer, not parent adult 268 963 51 1,282 18-20 family 268 963 51 1,282 18-20 family specified carer carer carer 942 2,585 162 3,689 21-34 942 2,585 162 3,689 21-34 16-17 35-49 35-49

138 1,435 216 435 435 1,435

369 29715 2,167 297 2,167

268 963 30451 1,282 18-20 228 400 932 50-64 228 400 304 932 50-64 65 and 942 2,585 162 3,689 21-34 65 and 150 42 94 286 over 150 42 94 286 over Total for 435 1,435 297 2,167 35-49 Total for whom whom age 228 5,641 400 923 304 8,725 932 age 50-64 2,161 known 2,161 5,641 923 8,725 known 65 and Age Age 150 286 over 2 1742 094 19 Unknown 2 17 0 19 Unknown Total for Total 2,163 5,658 923 8,744 whom Total 2,163 5,658 923 8,744 age Source: eSAY 2009 Does not live with family carer = 11,541, not known = 7,386 5,641 923 8,725 known Source: eSAY 2009 2,161 Does not live with family carer = 11,541, not known = 7,386 Age Notes: 2 17 0 19 Notes: Unknown 1. „Lives with family carer, not specified‟ refers to individuals who are known to live with a family carer but exact nature of their relationship is unknown. 1.the „Lives with family carer, not specified‟ refers to individuals who are known to live with a family carer but 2. Thethe „other‟ family carer category consistsis of lives with sibling carer, lives with son/daughter carer, lives exact nature of their relationship unknown. Total 2,163 923 8,744 other relative carer andcategory lives5,658 with family carer where the carer is not related. The „family carer 2.withThe „other‟ family carer consists of lives with sibling carer, lives with son/daughter carer,not lives related‟ sub code refers to people thatwith have support towhere live with familyiswhich is not their with other relative carer and lives family carer theacarer not related. The own. „family carer not Source: related‟ eSAY 2009 Does not family carer = 11,541, not known = 7,386 sub code refers to people thatlive havewith support to live with a family which is not their own. 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 32 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 who live with a family carer by age and gender (2009)

a g un 65 and over 21-64

8,725 2,855

137

4,029 6,884

794 11,520 931 20,245

21-64

16-20

3,933

149

561

371 1,461

5,325 9,258

832 981

169 730

Person lives with family car

1090

Person lives with a family carer Person does not live with a family carer Total

371 1,461

Male

Female

65 and over

Total

Age and/or gender unknown

Total

19

21-64

137

21 11,541 40 20,285

16-20

2,855

794 11,520 931 20,245

65 and over

561

4,029 6,884

8,744

149

169 730

8,725

3,933

832 981

Person lives with family carer not known = 7,386

5,325 9,258

21-64

Source: eSAY 2009

16-20

1090

Person lives with a family carer Person does not live with a family carer Total

65 and over

16-20

Table A9: Adults who live with a family carer by age and gender (2009)

Female

Male

Source: eSAY 2009

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Table A10: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation by ag n the same accommodation by age and gender (2009) Table A10: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation by age and gender (2009)

Number of adults with learning disabilities in same accommodation 1 2-4 5+

Total for whom information is known

16 - 20 21 - 64 1103 6,372 136 1,670 45 777

1284

6549

Source: eSAY 2009

21 - 64 4,627 1,324 598

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.

Female

Notes:

1.

Number of adults with Total Adults Total Adults Male Female learning disabilities in for which 65 and 65 and information forsame which 65 andaccommodation 16 - 20 21 - 64 over 16 - 20 21 - 64 over information Unk known over Unknown 1103 Total 6,372 known 572 4,627 13,671 1 512 485 13,671 27 485 13,698 136 1,670 72 1,324 3,704 2-4 250 252 3,704 4 45 777 11 598 1,752 252 3,708 5+ 146 175 1,752 1 1,753 175 Total for whom information is known 1284 8819 908 655 6549 912 19127 912 19127 32 19,159

8819

1.

Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation unknown = 8,512

Notes:

Male

Source: eSAY 2009 Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodatio sabilities living in the same accommodation unknown = 8,512

908 655 6549

Total Adults Female for which 65 and 65 and information over 16 - 20 21 - 64 over Unknown Total known 572 4,627 13,671 27 13,698 512 485 72 1,324 3,704 4 250 252 3,708 11 598 1,752 1 1,753 146 175

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

Table A10: Number of adults with learning disabilities in the same accommodation by same age an A10: Number of adults living with learning disabilities living in the Table A10: Number of Table adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation by ag accommodation by age and gender (2009) by age and gender (2009) bilities living in the same accommodation 912

Total for whom Total for whom Total for whom information is known 1284 655655 6549 19127 is known 8819 908912 655 6549 information is known information 1284 8819 8819 908908 1284 6549 912 19127 191276549 32 655 912 19,159 19127 32 19,159 32 19,159

912 908

19127

34 Number of adults withwith Number of adults with Total Adults Number of adults Total Adults Total Adults Total Adults Male Female learning disabilities in for which Male Female learning disabilities in Male Female learning disabilities in for which Female for which for whichsame 65 and 65 and same information 65 and 65 and same information 65 and and information 65 and information 16 20 21 64 16 20 21 64 over over accommodation 16 - 20 - 20known 21 - Unknow 64 Unk ov accommodation 16 - 20 21 - 64 over 16 - 20 21 - 64 over16known accommodation ver - 20 21 -1Unknown 64 over Total ver 16known Unknown Total known 1103 6,372 572 4,627 13,671 512 485 4,627 1 1103 6,372 4,627 512485 572 13,671 1 512 11035726,372 13,6714,627 572 27 485 512 485 13,698 13,671 13,698 136136 1,670 72 1,324 3,704 2-4 2-4 27 250 252 1,324 2-4 1,670 1,324 250252 72 3,704 250 136 721,670 3,7041,324 4 72 4 252 3,708 3,704 250 3,708 45 45 777 11 598 1,752 5 + 5 + 252 146 175 45 777 11 598 5+ 777 11 598 146175 1,752 146 1,752 598 1 11 1 1,753 1,752 1,753 175 146 175

Source: eSAY 20092009 of adults with with learning disabilities living in the accommodation un Source: eSAYNumber 2009 Number of adults with learning disabilities living Source: eSAY Number of adults learning disabilities living in same the same accommodatio gults in the accommodation unknown 8,512accommodation unknown = 8,512 withsame learning disabilities living in the=same Notes: Notes:

Notes:

1. This data data includes the person who isThis theissubject of theofassessment. Therefore where person is theisonly person with a learning di 1. who data includes the who is the subject ofa the where aaperson 1. This includes the person the subject theperson assessment. Therefore where aassessment. person theTherefore only person with learni the number of witha learning disabilities living inthe same accommodation has been recorded as 1.as 1. is the only Therefore person accommodation, with a learning disability inadults the thedisabilities number ofin adults learning disabilities living in same accommodation h sessment. where a person is the only person with learning disability living accommodation, theliving number of accommodation, adults with learning living inwith same accommodation has been recorded as been recorded 1. ities living in sameas accommodation has been recorded as 1.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A11: Ethnic group of adults living with a family carer (2009) Table A11: Ethnic group of adults living with a family carer (2009) Total adults Total adults Total adults Total adults for whom White Other ethnic for whom for Other ethnic thiswhom White Other ethnic for whom White as % of background this Other ethnic this background White total as % of background this information backgroundas % of total information is known information as total as % of total isinformation known is known as is known % of total % of total

Does not Does live withnot live with 9,557 57% family carer 9,557 57% family carer Lives with Lives with 7,114 43% family carer 7,114100%43% family carer16,671 Total 16,671 100% Total

Source: eSAY 2009 Source: eSAY 2009

107 107

33% 33%

9,664 9,664

57% 57%

216 67% 7,330 43% 216 67% 7,330 323 100% 16,994 100% 43% 323 100% 16,994 100%

Not disclosed = 536, Information not known/ not provided = 5,830 Not disclosed = 536, Information not known/ not provided = 5,830

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A12: Adults with learning disabilities in the same accommodation and Table A12: Adults with learning disabilities in the same accommodation and living with a family carer (2009) living with a family carer (2009) Total Total Number of adults Adults not adults for Number of adults Adults not Adults living with adults for Family Adults living with which with learning living with Family family carer with learning living with which carer family carer disabilities in family carer family carer Total Total disabilities in family carer family status same carer status same carer unknown accommodation status unknown accommodation No. status % No. known No. % No. % Total known adults Total adults % Total adults Total adults 5,344 56% 7,032 89% 12,376 1,322 13,698 1 5,344 56% 7,032 89% 12,376 1,322 13,698 1 2,681 28% 800 10% 3,481 227 3,708 2-4 2,681 28% 800 10% 3,481 227 3,708 2-4 1,567 16% 36 0.5% 1,603 150 1,753 5+ 1,567 16% 36 0.5% 1,603 150 1,753 5+ Total for whom Total for whom information is information is 9,592 100% 7,868 100% 17,460 1,699 19,159 known 9,592 100% 7,868 100% 17,460 1,699 19,159 known Source: eSAY 2009 Source: eSAY 2009

Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same Number of adults with learning accommodation unknown = 8,512 disabilities living in the same accommodation unknown = 8,512

Notes: Notes: 1.

This data includes the person who is the subject of the assessment. Therefore where a person is the 1.onlyThis datawith includes the person wholiving is the of the assessment. Therefore where a person person a learning disability in subject the accommodation, the number of adults with learningis the Table A12: Adults learning in the accommodation and only person awith learning disability disabilities living the recorded accommodation, the number of adults with learning disabilities livingwith in same accommodation has in been as 1.same disabilities living in same accommodation has been recorded as 1. living with a family carer (2009)

Number of adults with learning disabilities in same accommodation

Adults not living with family carer No. adults

% Total

Adults living with family carer

No. adults

% Total

Total adults for Family which carer family status carer unknown status known

Total

1

5,344

56%

7,032

89%

12,376

2-4

2,681

28%

800

10%

3,481

227

3,708

5+ Total for whom information is known

1,567

16%

36

0.5%

1,603

150

1,753

9,592

100%

7,868

100%

17,460

Source: eSAY 2009

1,322 13,698

1,699 19,159

Number of adults with learning disabilities living in the same accommodation unknown = 8,512

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. 36

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A13: Personal Life Plan by age and gender (2003- 2009) Table Table A13: Personal A13: Personal Life Plan Lifeby Plan ageby and agegender and gender (2003-(20032009) 2009) Table A13: Personal Life Plan by age and gender (2003- 2009) 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2003 2003 2004 2004 2005 2005 2006 2006 2007 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 16-20 119 246 236 267 284 328 388 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 16-20 16-20 119 246 2492 246 236 2714 236 267 3205 267 284 3443 284 328 2766 328388 4018 388 21-64 119 1970 16-20 119 246 236 267 284 328 388 21-64 21-64 1970 2492 2492 2714 2714 3205 3205 3443 3443 2766 2766 4018 4018 65+ 1970 1970 128 180 202 270 282 279 417 21-64 2492 2714 3205 3443 2766 4018 65+ 65+ 128 128 180 180 202 202 270 270 282 282 279 279417 417 65+ 128 180 202 270 282 279 417 Unknown 3 3 Unknown Unknown - 2217- - 2918- - 3152- - 3742- - 4009- 3 3376 3 3 4,826 3 Male Total Unknown 3 3 Male Male Total 16-20 Total2217 2217 2918 2918 3152 3152 3742 3742 4009 4009 3376 3376 4,826 4,826 69 134 142 139 176 205 198 Male Total 2217 2918 3152 3742 4009 3376 4,826 16-20 16-20 69 134 2122 134 142 2169 142 139 2604 139 176 2940 176 205 2143 205198 3069 198 21-64 69 1582 16-20 69 134 142 139 176 205 198 21-64 21-64 1582 2122 2122 2169 2169 2604 2604 2940 2940 2143 2143 3069 3069 65+ 1582 1582 119 193 199 238 277 262 384 21-64 2122 2169 2604 2940 2143 3069 65+ 65+ 119 119 193 193 199 199 238 238 277 277 262 262384 384 65+ 119 193 199 238 277 262 384 Unknown 4 1 Unknown Unknown 4 4 1 1 Female Total 177024492510298133932614 3,652 Unknown 4 1 Female Female Total 16-20 Total1770 1770 2449 2449 2510 2510 2981 2981 3393 3393 2614 2614 3,652 3,652 188 380 378 406 460 533 586 Female Total 1770 2449 2510 2981 3393 2614 3,652 16-20 16-20 188 3552 188 380 4614 380 378 4883 378 406 5809 406 460 6383 460 533 4909 533586 7087 586 21-64 16-20 188 380 378 406 460 533 586 Table A13: Personal Life Plan by age and gender (20032009) 21-64 21-64 3552 4614 4614 4883 4883 5809 5809 6383 6383 4909 4909 7087 7087 65+ 3552 3552 247 373 401 508 559 541 801 21-64 4614 4883 5809 6383 4909 7087 65+ 65+ 247 247 373 373 401 401 508 508 559 559 541 541801 801 65+ 247 373 401 508 559 541 801 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Unknown 1 6 16-20 119 246 236 267 284 328 388 Unknown Unknown - 3987- - 5367- - 5662- - 6723- - 7402- 1 5985 1 6 8,480 6 Total Total Unknown 1 6 21-64 1970 2492 2714 3205 3443 2766 4018 Total Total Total Total3987 3987 5367 5367 5662 5662 6723 6723 7402 7402 5985 5985 8,480 8,480 Total Total 3987 Source: Same as you? Annual Surveys eSAY 2008-09 65+2003-07, 128 5367 180 5662 202 6723 270 7402 282 5985 279 8,480 417 Notes: Source:Source: Same as Same you?as Annual you? Annual SurveysSurveys 2003-07, 2003-07, eSAY 2008-09 eSAY 2008-09 Source: as you? Annual Surveys 2003-07, eSAY 2008-09 1. Same A Personal Life Plan (PLP) is a process for continual listening and learning which, in alliance with a

Notes: Notes: Unknown - which, - alliance -anda in with 3 Notes: person‟s family and friends, andfor acts upon-what important to someone now the future. 1. A Personal 1. A Personal Life PlanLife (PLP) Plan is (PLP) a process isfocuses a process for continual continual listening listening andislearning and learning inwhich, in with alliance a 1. A„The Personal Life Plan (PLP) is a process for continual listening and learning which, in alliance with a same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who PLP should be 3376 Male Total 2217 2918 3152 3742 4009 person‟sperson‟s family and family friends, and focuses friends, focuses and acts and upon acts what upon is important what is important to someone to someone now wants and now in athe and future. in the future. person‟s family and friends, focuses and acts upon what is important to someone now and in the future. able to have one. „The same „The assame you?‟ as recommends you?‟ recommends that16-20 everyone that everyone with a learning with a learning disability disability who wants who a wants PLP should a PLP be should be 69 regarding 134what 142 139 176be 205 „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should Some have expressed uncertainty constitutes a PLP or PLP equivalent. able2.to have able one. to local have authorities one. able one. This to willhave be addressed for the21-64 2010 collection1582 process. 2122 2169 2604 2. Some 2. local Some authorities local authorities have expressed have expressed uncertainty uncertainty regarding regarding what constitutes what constitutes a PLP oraPLP PLPequivalent. or PLP2940 equivalent.2143 2. Some local authorities have expressed uncertainty regarding what constitutes a PLP or PLP equivalent. This will This be addressed will be addressed for the 2010 for the collection 2010 collection process.process. 65+collection 119 193 199 238 277 262 This will be addressed for the 2010 process.

Female

Total

Unknown Total 16-20 21-64 65+

1770 188 3552 247

2449 380 4614 373

2510 378 4883 401

2981 406 5809 508

3393 460 6383 559

4 2614 533 4909 541

1 3,652 586 7087 801

Unknown Total

3987

5367

5662

6723

7402

1 5985

6 8,480

Source: Same as you? Annual Surveys 2003-07, eSAY 2008-09 Notes: 1.

2.

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3 4,826 198 3069 384

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. Some local authorities have expressed uncertainty regarding what constitutes a PLP or PLP equivalent. This will be addressed for the 2010 collection process.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A14: Numbers of adults with employment opportunities by age and Table(2009) A14: Numbers of adults with employment opportunities by age and gender gender (2009)

Age of Age of adult adult

All adults for Total as % All adults for Total as % whom for whom whom for whom this Male Female Total employment this Male Female Total employment status is information status is information known is known known is known 274 160 434 1,345 32% 274 160 434 1,345 32% 1,940 1,264 3,204 11,887 27% 1,940 1,264 3,204 11,887 27%

16 – 20 16 – 20 21 – 64 21 – 64 65 and 65 and 88 58 146 1,295 11% over 88 58 146 1,295 11% over Total for Total for whom whom age age 2,302 1,482 3,784 14,527 26% known 2,302 1,482 3,784 14,527 26% known Age Table A14: Numbers of adults with employment opportunities by age and Age 5 17 43 40% unknown gender (2009) 12 12 5 17 43 40% unknown Gender Gender 1 7 14%% unknown 1 All adults for7 Total as14% unknown Total 2,314 1,487 3,802 14,577 30% whom for whom Totalof 2,314 1,487 3,802 14,577 30% Age employment this Male Female Total Source: eSAY 2009 Not known = 13,094 adult Source: eSAY 2009 = 13,094 status isNot known information known is known

Notes: Notes: 274 160 434 1,345 32% 16 – 20 1. Employment opportunities include the following; person in employment where open/non-open has not 1,940 1,264 11,887 211.–been 64 Employment opportunities include the3,204 following; person in employment where 27% open/non-open specified, open employment opportunity, non-open employment opportunity, not currently inhas not been specified, open employment opportunity, non-open employment opportunity, not currently in employment but in training for employment and self-employed. 65 and employment but in training for employment and self-employed.

over Total for whom age known Age unknown Gender unknown Total

88

58

146

1,295

11%

2,302

1,482

3,784

14,527

26%

12

5

17

43

40%

2,314

1,487

1 3,802

7 14,577

14% 30%

Source: eSAY 2009

Not known = 13,094

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, not currently in employment but in training for employment and self-employed.

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Table A15: Adults who are in employment by age and gender (2009)

Not in employment In employment Total

16 - 20

Source: eSAY 2009

Not in employment In employment Total 612 274 886

Males 21 - 64 65 and over 4,832 552 1,940 88 6772 640

16 - 20

299 160 459

Females 21 - 64 65 and over 3,851 597 1264 58 5115 655

Table A15: Adults who are in employment by age and gender (2009)

299 160 459

Source: eSAY 2009

Age and/or gender Total unknown 32 10,743 18 3,784 14,527 50

Total 10,775 3,802 14,577

Not known = 13,094

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Total 10 3 14 Females 21 - 64 65 and over 3,851 597 1264 58 5115 655 16 - 20

Males 21 - 64 65 and over 612 4,832 552 274 1,940 88 886 6772 640

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table A16: Adults who are in further education by age and gender (2009)

Total 9,50 2,45 11,96 Not in further education In further education Total

Source: eSAY 2009

16 - 20 439 466 905 Source: eSAY 2009

Not in further education In further education Total

16 - 20 439 466 905

Males Females 21 - 64 65 and over 16 - 20 21 - 64 65 and over 4,465 499 203 3,340 561 892 41 270 763 22 5357 540 473 4103 583

Table A16: Adults who are in further education by age and gender (2009)

Males Females 21 - 64 65 and over 16 - 20 21 - 64 65 and over 4,465 499 203 3,340 561 892 41 270 763 22 5357 540 473 4103 583

Age and/or gender Total unknown 34 9,507 70 2,454 11,961 104

Total 9,541 2,524 12,065

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Annex B: Local Authority Level 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 B3: Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2009) Table B2: Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) Table B3: Lives with a family carer (2009) Table B4: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation (2009) Table B5: Accommodation type (2009) Table B6: Local Area Co-ordination (2009) Table B7: Personal Life Plan (2009) Table B8: Advocacy; Individual level data (2009) Table B9: Advocacy; Aggregate level data (2009) Table B10: Employment opportunities (2009) Table B11: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2009) Table B12: Day centres and day opportunities (2009) Table B13: Further education (2009)

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Disclosure Control Disclosure Control

Disclosure control has been applied to some of the tables in this annex to prevent the releasecontrol of sensitive information. Where control has beentoapplied it Disclosure has been applied to somedisclosure of the tables in this annex prevent has release been explained in ainformation. footnote. Two methods of disclosure have been it the of sensitive Where disclosure control control has been applied usedbeen in the annexes;in a footnote. Two methods of disclosure control have been has explained used in the annexes; Suppression of possibly disclosive cells (e.g., where the value is small) which means that theofvalue for that cell in the is where not given secondary Suppression possibly disclosive cellstable (e.g., the and value is small) suppression which of cells that which one in other valueisinnot thegiven row orand column is alsosuppression not given means themeans value at forleast that cell the table secondary to cells ensure that means disclosive cellsone cannot bevalue deduced through of which at least other in the row or subtraction. 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, or 7 to would be shown as 5. Thissuch addsasuncertainty the true values Rounding of6cells a multiple of a set base 5 where fortoexample a true of 35 small cells. value of 3,4, 6 or 7 would be shown as 5. This adds uncertainty to the true values of

small cells.35 Please note that while disclosure control has been applied to some local authority values, note national remained unchanged. Therefore the sum of authority local Please thattotals while have disclosure control has been applied to some local authoritynational values totals may not addremained up to national totals. Therefore the sum of local values, have unchanged. authority values may not add up to national totals. For further information on controlled rounding please contact: Steven Gillespie For further information on controlled rounding please contact: Community Care Statistics Steven Gillespie Basement Rear Community Care Statistics St Andrew's House Basement Rear Edinburgh St Andrew's House EH1 3DG Edinburgh Tel: 0131 244 3777 EH1 3DG Email: SWStat@scotland.gsi.gov.uk Tel: 0131 244 3777 Email: SWStat@scotland.gsi.gov.uk

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B1: Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2009) Table B1: Adults with learning disabilities known to local authorities (2009) Adults Adults known Change Table B1: Adults disabilities authorities (2009) known Change per in rate per in rate 65 and 65 and 1,000 from 65 and 65 and 1,000 from over over 16-20 21-64 Total 16-20 21-64 Total Total pop'n* Local authority Adults2008 over over 16-20 21-64 Total 16-20 21-64 Total Total pop'n* 2008 Local authority Aberdeen City 57 620 MALES 72 46 380FEMALES 73 749 499 1,248 6.9 -0.8 known Change Aberdeen City 57 620 72 749 41 46 443 380 191 73 499 1,248 6.9 -0.8 Aberdeenshire 71 533 128 732 675 1,407 7.1 -2.7 per in rate Aberdeenshire 71 533 128 41 443 191 732 675 1,407 7.1 -2.7 Angus 29 191 18and 238 16 176 31and 223 521 5.8 0.2 65 65 1,000 from Angus 29 191 18 238 10 16 139 176 24 31 223 521 5.8 0.2 Argyll &Local Bute authority 28 162 5.0 0.1 over 203 over 173 16-20 21-64 13 Total 16-20 21-64 Total 377 2008 Total pop'n* Argyll & Bute 28 162 13 10 139 24 203 173 377 5.0 0.1 Clackmannanshire 28 57 116 620 6 72 150 749 12 46 68 380 11 73 91 499 241 Aberdeen City 1,248 5.9 6.9 0.1 -0.8 Clackmannanshire 28 116 6 12 68 11 150 91 241 5.9 0.1 Dumfries & Galloway 28 71 448 533 39 128 515 732 22 41 327 443 46 191 395 675 910 Aberdeenshire 1,407 7.4 7.1 2.3 -2.7 Dumfries & Galloway 28 448 39 22 327 46 515 395 910 7.4 2.3 Dundee City 83 29 368 191 77 18 528 238 57 16 287 176 70 31 414 223 952 521 8.0 5.8 1.2 0.2 Angus Dundee City 83 368 77 57 287 70 414 952 8.0 1.2 EastArgyll Ayrshire 26 28 252 162 17 13 295 528 & Bute 203 13 10 197 139 17 24 227 173 522 377 5.3 5.0 0.1 0.1 East Ayrshire 26 252 17 13 197 17 295 227 522 5.3 EastClackmannanshire Dunbartonshire 25 28 187 116 22 6 234 150 17 12 130 68 30 11 177 91 411 241 4.8 5.9 0.2 0.1 0.1 East Dunbartonshire 25 187 22 17 130 30 177 411 4.8 0.2 EastDumfries Lothian & Galloway 50 28 265 448 32 39 347 234 515 33 22 204 327 18 46 255 395 602 910 7.7 7.4 2.6 2.3 East Lothian 50 265 32 33 204 18 602 7.7 2.6 EastDundee Renfrewshire 18 83 134 368 9 77 161 347 5 57 103 287 19 70 127 255 City 528 414 298 952 4.2 8.0 -0.8 1.2 East Renfrewshire 18 134 9 5 103 19 161 127 298 4.2 -0.8 Edinburgh 421 261,475 252 189 172,085 295 208 131,007 197 175 171,390 2273,475 522 8.6 5.3 1.0 0.1 East Ayrshire Edinburgh 421 1,475 189 2,085 208 1,007 175 1,390 3,475 8.6 1.0 Eilean Siar * 25 58 187 * 22 79 * 17 53 130 * 30 61 East Dunbartonshire 234 177 166 411 7.7 4.8 1.1 0.2 Eilean Siar * 58 * * 53 * 79 61 166 7.7 1.1 Falkirk 40 50 323 265 62 32 425 347 26 33 230 204 43 18 299 255 754 602 6.1 7.7 0.8 2.6 East Lothian Falkirk 40 323 62 26 230 43 299 754 6.1 0.8 Fife East Renfrewshire 95 18 568 134 45 9 708 425 161 47 5 507 103 24 19 578 1271,286 298 4.3 4.2 0.6 -0.8 Fife 95 568 45 47 507 24 708 578 1,286 4.3 0.6 Glasgow City 113 4211,293 Edinburgh 1,475 155 1891,561 1,007 106 1751,132 2,085 58 208 968 1,3902,695 3,475 5.5 8.6 0.0 1.0 Glasgow City 113 1,293 155 1,561 58 968 106 1,132 2,695 5.5 0.0 Highland 132 608 57 51 432 71 797 554 1,352 Eilean Siar * 58 * * 53 * 79 61 166 7.5 7.7 0.8 1.1 Highland 132 608 57 51 432 71 797 554 1,352 7.5 0.8 Inverclyde 19 40 226 323 20 62 265 425 10 26 161 230 31 43 202 299 467 754 7.1 6.1 0.4 0.8 Falkirk Inverclyde 19 226 20 10 161 31 202 467 7.1 0.4 Midlothian 65 95 255 568 32 45 352 265 Fife 708 22 47 213 507 41 24 276 578 636 1,286 9.7 4.3 -0.7 0.6 Midlothian 65 255 32 22 213 41 352 276 636 9.7 -0.7 Moray 30 113 203 Glasgow City 1,293 14 155 247 1,561 15 58 151 968 17 106 183 1,132 430 2,695 6.0 5.5 -0.3 0.0 Moray 30 203 14 247 11 15 201 151 12 17 183 430 6.0 -0.3 North Ayrshire 21 268 15 304 224 528 Highland 132 608 57 51 432 71 797 554 1,352 4.8 7.5 0.3 0.8 North Ayrshire 21 268 15 11 201 12 304 224 528 4.8 North Lanarkshire 185 19 882 226 101 201,168 265 104 10 717 161 145 31 966 2022,146 467 8.2 7.1 2.9 0.3 Inverclyde 0.4 North Lanarkshire 185 882 101 1,168 104 717 145 2,146 8.2 2.9 Orkney Islands * 65 31 255 * 32 42 * 22 22 213 * 41 28 966 Midlothian 352 276 70 636 4.2 9.7 0.2 -0.7 Orkney Islands * 31 * 42 15 * 148 22 12 * 28 70 4.2 0.2 Perth & Kinross 42 30 201 203 19 14 262 247 Moray 15 151 17 175 183 437 430 3.6 6.0 1.6 -0.3 Perth & Kinross 42 201 19 15 148 12 262 175 437 3.6 Renfrewshire 63 21 583 268 48 15 694 304 27 11 406 201 53 12 486 2241,279 528 9.2 4.8 0.3 1.6 North Ayrshire 0.3 Renfrewshire 63 583 48 27 406 53 694 486 1,279 9.2 0.3 Scottish 36 185 260 882 25 101 321 NorthBorders Lanarkshire 1,168 24 104 178 717 40 145 242 966 572 2,146 6.2 8.2 0.2 2.9 Scottish Borders 36 260 25 24 178 40 572 6.2 0.2 Shetland Isles * * 58 31 * * 76 321 * * 33 22 * * 43 242 Orkney Islands 42 28 119 70 6.6 4.2 -0.4 0.2 Shetland Isles * 58 * * 33 * 76 43 119 6.6 -0.4 South Ayrshire 26 42 235 201 22 19 283 262 10 15 181 148 22 12 213 175 496 437 5.3 3.6 -0.1 1.6 Perth & Kinross South Ayrshire 26 235 22 10 181 22 283 213 496 5.3 -0.1 South Lanarkshire 181 Renfrewshire 63 581 583 41 48 803 694 102 27 424 406 52 53 578 4861,381 1,279 5.4 9.2 1.0 0.3 South Lanarkshire 181 581 41 102 424 52 803 578 1,381 5.4 Stirling 46 36 229 260 34 25 309 321 23 24 175 178 35 40 233 242 542 572 7.5 6.2 0.3 1.0 Scottish Borders 0.2 Stirling 46 229 34 23 175 35 233 542 7.5 0.3 West Dunbartonshire 48 * 264 58 19 * 331 309 Shetland Isles 76 19 * 193 33 28 * 240 43 571 119 7.7 6.6 1.0 -0.4 West Dunbartonshire 48 264 19 19 193 28 331 240 571 7.7 1.0 West Lothian 45 26 363 235 27 22 435 283 24 10 280 181 41 22 345 213 780 496 5.7 5.3 0.3 -0.1 South Ayrshire West Lothian 45 363 27 24 280 41 435 345 780 5.7 0.3 Scotland 2,092 181 12,240 5811,367 41 15,699 8031,080 1029,134 4241,490 52 11,704 578 27,671 South Lanarkshire 1,381 6.5 5.4 0.6 1.0 Scotland 2,092 12,240 1,367 15,699 1,080 9,134 1,490 11,704 27,671 6.5 0.6 StirlingeSAY 2009, * Calculated 46 229 34 23 Estimates 175 35 309 233(General 542 Register 7.5 0.3 Source: using Mid-2009 Population Scotland Source: eSAY 2009, * Calculated using19Mid-2009 Population Estimates Scotland (General Register1.0 West Dunbartonshire 48 264 19 193 28 331 240 571 7.7 Office for Scotland) Office for Scotland) West Lothian 45 363 27 24 280 41 435 345 780 5.7 0.3 Scotland 2,092 12,240 1,367 15,699 1,080 9,134 1,490 11,704 27,671 6.5 0.6 Notes Notes 5. This eSAY table shows number of adults 16 andPopulation over reported by each local authority. Note that the Source: 2009,the * Calculated usingaged Mid-2009 Estimates Scotland (General Register 5. This table shows the number of adults aged 16 and over reported by each local authority. Note that the for males, females and total adults known include some adults for whom age and/or gender was Officetotals for Scotland) 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. not known and therefore the numbers in age-gender groups may not add to the totals shown. 6. Age in 2009 is calculated from year of birth. Date of birth is not collected to maintain confidentiality. Notes 6. Age in 2009 is calculated from year of birth. Date of birth is not collected to maintain confidentiality. 7. 5.Some figures displayed (*) for individual authorities maintain confidentiality. This table have showsnot thebeen number of adults aged 16 and local over reported bytoeach local authority. Note that the Some figures have not been displayed (*) for individual local authorities toauthority maintainaged confidentiality. 8. 7.Thetotals adultsfor known per 1,000 are based on the total adults known toadults the local 16gender or over.was males, females and total adults known include some for whom age and/or 8. The adults known per 1,000 are based on the total adults known to the local authority aged 16 or over. Thenot change in rate since 2008 is also given. Totals for 2008 can be found in the 2008 Statistics therefore numbers in age-gender groups add tointhe Theknown changeand in rate since the 2008 is also given. Totals for 2008may can not be found thetotals 2008shown. Statistics 6.Release. Age in 2009 is calculated from year of birth. Date of birth is not collected to maintain confidentiality. Release. 9. 7.Since no identifiers arenot provided displayed for individuals is not possible eliminatetoany duplication of adults figures have (*) forit individual local to authorities maintain confidentiality. 9. Some Since no identifiers are been 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 8. The adults known per 1,000 are based on the total adults known to the local authority aged 16 or over. recorded by more than one local authority. This may occur when a person is funded by one authority but The liveschange and/or receives services in rate since 2008inisanother. also given. Totals for 2008 can be found in the 2008 Statistics but lives and/or receives services in another. Release. 9. 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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B2: Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009) Table B2: Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (2009)

Local authority Local authority

No Total for ASD ASD No Total for ASD ASD diagnosis ASD whom All adults ASD Diagno whom diagnosis Diagno information as % of Diagno All adults sis* Diagno information as % of sis all adults sis* is known sis is known all adults

Aberdeen City 1,096 81 Aberdeen City 1,096 81 Aberdeenshire 579 146 Aberdeenshire 579 146 Angus 412 55 Angus 412 55 Argyll & Bute 282 41 Argyll & Bute 282 41 Clackmannanshire 221 18 Clackmannanshire 221 18 Dumfries & Galloway 56 35 Dumfries & Galloway 56 35 Dundee City 432 65 Dundee City 432 65 East Ayrshire 368 39 East Ayrshire 368 39 East Dunbartonshire 343 68 East Dunbartonshire 343 68 East Lothian 80 19 East Lothian 80 19 East Renfrewshire 187 64 East Renfrewshire 187 64 Edinburgh 0 91 Edinburgh 0 91 Eilean Siar 153 12 Eilean Siar 153 12 Falkirk 571 85 Falkirk 571 85 Fife 754 187 Fife 754 187 Glasgow City 2,328 272 Glasgow City 2,328 272 Highland 50 156 Highland 50 156 Inverclyde 410 16 Inverclyde 410 16 Midlothian 19 44 Midlothian 19 44 Moray 386 44 Moray 386 44 North Ayrshire 445 51 North Ayrshire 445 51 North Lanarkshire 0 57 North Lanarkshire 0 57 Orkney Islands 36 18 Orkney Islands 36 18 Perth & Kinross 369 67 Perth & Kinross 369 67 Renfrewshire 1,185 94 Renfrewshire 1,185 94 Scottish Borders 500 72 Scottish Borders 500 72 Shetland Isles 0 17 Shetland Isles 0 17 South Ayrshire 460 36 South Ayrshire 460 36 South Lanarkshire 835 156 South Lanarkshire 835 156 Stirling 472 70 Stirling 472 70 West Dunbartonshire 518 53 West Dunbartonshire 518 53 West Lothian 0 41 West Lothian 0 41 SCOTLAND 13,547 2,270 SCOTLAND 13,547 2,270

1,177 1,177 725 725 467 467 323 323 239 239 91 91 497 497 407 407 411 411 99 99 251 251 91 91 165 165 656 656 941 941 2,600 2,600 206 206 426 426 63 63 430 430 496 496 57 57 54 54 436 436 1,279 1,279 572 572 17 17 496 496 991 991 542 542 571 571 41 41 15,817 15,817

6% 6% 10% 10% 11% 11% 11% 11% 7% 7% 4% 4% 7% 7% 7% 7% 17% 17% 3% 3% 21% 21% 3% 3% 7% 7% 11% 11% 15% 15% 10% 10% 12% 12% 3% 3% 7% 7% 10% 10% 10% 10% 3% 3% 26% 26% 15% 15% 7% 7% 13% 13% 14% 14% 7% 7% 11% 11% 13% 13% 9% 9% 5% 5% 8% 8%

1,248 1,248 1,407 1,407 521 521 377 377 241 241 910 910 952 952 522 522 411 411 602 602 298 298 3,475 3,475 166 166 754 754 1,286 1,286 2,695 2,695 1,352 1,352 467 467 636 636 430 430 528 528 2,146 2,146 70 70 437 437 1,279 1,279 572 572 119 119 496 496 1,381 1,381 542 542 571 571 780 780 27,671 27,671

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B3: Lives with a family carer (2009) Table B3: Lives with a family carer (2009) Lives Lives Lives with Adults Adults Lives with with Adults for AdultsTotal adults family whoAdults do who with family family whom Total adultscarer Adults for All whom notwho live do livewho for family Local authority for whomas %carer whom adults not livewithlive All carer of information a information Local authority with a as %carer of as % of with a family with a isinformation adults whom known notinformation known family as % of all is known thiswhom not known family carer family is carer all adults this is carer carer known adults known 703 34% 545 1,248 19% Aberdeen City 463 240 34% 1,248 17% 19% Aberdeen City 661703 36% 746545 1,407 Aberdeenshire 420463 241240 661 36% 1,407 41% 17% Aberdeenshire 461 46% 60746 521 Angus 248420 213241 461 46% 60 521 41% Angus 248 213 359 45% 18 377 42% Argyll & Bute 199 160 359 45% 18 377 42% Argyll & Bute 199 160 232 54% 9 241 52% Clackmannanshire 106 126 54% 52% Clackmannanshire 297232 43% 613 9 910241 14% Dumfries & Galloway 169106 128126 297 43% 613 910 14% Dumfries & Galloway 169 128 728 38% 224 952 29% Dundee City 450 278 728 38% 29% Dundee City 463 49% 59224 522952 44% East Ayrshire 235450 228278 463 49% 59 522 44% East Ayrshire 235 228 411 50% 0 411 50% East Dunbartonshire 206 205 411 50% 0 411 50% East Dunbartonshire 206 205 364 37% 238 602 22% East Lothian 230 134 364 37% 238 602 22% East Lothian 230 134 289 40% 9 298 39% East Renfrewshire 172 117 289 40% 9 298 39% East Renfrewshire 172 117 3,475 47% 0 3,475 47% Edinburgh 1,851 1,624 3,475 62% 47% 3,475 57% 47% Edinburgh 1,851 1,624 154 12 0 166 Eilean Siar 59 95 154 62% 12 166 57% Eilean Siar 59 95 664 38% 90 754 34% Falkirk 410 254 38% 34% 899664 38% 387 90 1,286754 26% FifeFalkirk 561410 338254 38% 1,286 44% 26% Fife City 2,651899 45% 44387 2,695 Glasgow 1,462561 1,189338 2,651 45% 44 2,695 44% Glasgow City 1,462 1,189 491 36% 861 1,352 13% Highland 314 177 36% 1,352 44% 13% Highland 459491 45% 8861 467 Inverclyde 254314 205177 459 45% 8 467 44% Inverclyde 254 205 519 41% 117 636 34% Midlothian 305 214 41% 34% Midlothian 399519 34% 31117 430636 32% Moray 263305 136214 399 34% 31 430 32% Moray 263 136 496 47% 32 528 44% North Ayrshire 263 233 496 47% 32 528 44% North Ayrshire 263 233 0 0% 2,146 2,146 0% North Lanarkshire 0 0 2,146 2,146 NorthIslands Lanarkshire 65 0 54%0% 5 70 50%0% Orkney 30 0 35 0 65 54% 5 70 50% Orkney Islands 30 35 433 40% 4 437 39% Perth & Kinross 261 172 433 40% 39% Perth & Kinross 1,071 30% 208 4 1,279437 25% Renfrewshire 751261 320172 1,071 30% 208 1,279 25% Renfrewshire 751 320 533 35% 39 572 33% Scottish Borders 345 188 533 35% 39 572 33% Scottish Borders 345 188 102 42% 17 119 36% Shetland Isles 59 43 102 42% 17 119 36% Shetland Isles 59 43 485 38% 11 496 37% South Ayrshire 303 182 485 38% 11 496 37% South Ayrshire 303 182 1,075 55% 306 1,381 43% South Lanarkshire 487 588 1,075 55% 1,381 25% 43% South Lanarkshire 373 36% 169306 542 Stirling 238487 135588 373 36% 169 542 25% Stirling 238 135 530 48% 41 571 44% West Dunbartonshire 277 253 48% 44% West Dunbartonshire 443530 66% West Lothian 150277 293253 337 41 780571 38% 443 West Lothian 66% 38% 20,285 43% 7,38633727,671780 32% SCOTLAND 11,541150 8,744293 20,285 43% 7,386 27,671 32% SCOTLAND 11,541 8,744 Source: eSAY 2009 Source: eSAY 2009

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B4: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation (2009) Table B4: Number of adults with learning disabilities living in same accommodation (2009)

Adults for Total for Table B4: Number of adults with learning disabilities living whom inAdults samefor whom Total for information All adults Local authority 1 2 to 4 5+ whom accommodation (2009) information whom is not information Local authority 1 2 to 4 5 + is known All adults information known is notfor Adults is known Total for Aberdeen City 812 204 203 1,219 29 1,248 known whom whom Aberdeenshire 407 172 66 645 762 Aberdeen City 204 1,219 information 29 All1,407 1,248 Local authority 1 812 2 to 4 5 + 203 adults information Angus 298407 38172 84 66 420645 101 521 Aberdeenshire 762 1,407 is not is known Argyll & Bute 243 59 39 341 36 377 Angus 298 38 84 420 521 known101 Clackmannanshire 164243 44 59 11 39 219341 22 36 241377 Argyll & Bute Aberdeen City 812 204 203 1,219 29 1,248 Dumfries & Galloway 164164 62 44 41 11 267219 643 22 910241 Clackmannanshire Aberdeenshire 407 172 66 645 762 1,407 Dundee City 340164 125 62 155 41 620267 332643 952910 Dumfries Angus & Galloway 298 38 84 420 101 521 East Ayrshire 362340 61125 28155 451620 71332 522952 Dundee City Argyll & Bute 243 59 39 341 36 377 East Dunbartonshire 274362 93 61 41 28 408451 3 71 411522 East Ayrshire Clackmannanshire 164 44 11 219 22 241 East Lothian 466 111 13 590 12 602 East Dunbartonshire 274 93 41 408 3 411 Dumfries & Galloway 164 62 41 267 643 910 East Renfrewshire 191466 76111 26 13 293590 5 12 298602 East Lothian Dundee City 340 125 155 620 332 952 Edinburgh 2,124191 652 76 193 26 2,969293 506 5 3,475298 East East Renfrewshire Ayrshire 362 61 28 451 71 522 Eilean Siar 112 *652 *193 138 28506 166 Edinburgh 2,124 2,969 3,475 East Dunbartonshire 274 93 41 408 3 411 Falkirk 372112 90 * 93 * 555138 199 28 754166 Eilean Siar East Lothian 466 111 13 590 12 602 FifeFalkirk 601372 176 90 75 93 852555 434199 1,286754 East Renfrewshire 191 76 26 293 5 298 Glasgow City 1,786601 529176 116 75 2,431852 264434 2,695 Fife 1,286 Edinburgh 2,124 652 193 2,969 506 3,475 Highland 252 99 98 449 903 1,352 Glasgow City 1,786 529 116 2,431 264 2,695 Eilean Siar 112 * * 138 28 166 Inverclyde 348252 48 99 51 98 447449 20903 467 Highland 1,352 Falkirk 372 90 93 555 199 754 Midlothian 462348 120 48 51 51 633447 3 20 636467 Inverclyde Fife 601 176 75 852 434 1,286 Moray 0462 0120 0 51 0633 430 3 430636 Midlothian Glasgow City 1,786 529 116 2,431 264 2,695 North Ayrshire 404 0 55 0 39 0 498 0 30430 528430 Moray Highland 252 99 98 449 903 1,352 North Lanarkshire 0404 0 55 0 39 0498 2,146 30 2,146528 North Ayrshire Inverclyde 348 48 51 447 20 467 Orkney Islands 43 0 * 0 * 0 59 0 11 70 North Lanarkshire 2,146 2,146 Midlothian 462 120 51 633 3 636 Perth & Kinross 235 43 78 * 89 * 402 59 35 11 437 70 Orkney Moray Islands 0 0 0 0 430 430 Renfrewshire 98235 98 78 28 89 224402 1,055 35 1,279437 Perth & Kinross North Ayrshire 404 55 39 498 30 528 Scottish Borders 341 98 137 98 51 28 529224 43 572 Renfrewshire 1,055 1,279 North Lanarkshire 0 0 0 0 2,146 2,146 Shetland Isles 80341 29137 0 51 109529 10 43 119572 Scottish Borders Orkney Islands 43 * * 59 11 70 South Ayrshire 429 49 13 491 5 496 Shetland Isles 80 29 0 109 10 119 Perth & Kinross 235 78 89 402 35 437 South Lanarkshire 817429 169 49 43 13 1,029491 352 5 1,381496 South Ayrshire Renfrewshire 98 98 28 224 1,055 1,279 Stirling 341817 122169 57 43 520 22352 542 South Lanarkshire 1,029 1,381 Scottish Borders 341 137 51 529 43 572 West Dunbartonshire 508341 57122 6 57 571520 0 22 571542 Stirling Shetland Isles 80 29 0 109 10 119 West Lothian 624508 117 57 39 6 780571 0 0 780571 West SouthDunbartonshire Ayrshire 429 49 13 491 5 496 SCOTLAND 13,698624 3,708117 1,753 39 19,159780 8,512 0 27,671780 West Lothian South Lanarkshire 817 169 43 1,029 352 1,381 SCOTLAND 13,698 3,708 1,753 19,159 8,512 27,671 Stirling 341 122 57 520 22 542 Source: eSAY 2009 West Dunbartonshire 508 57 6 571 0 571 Source: eSAY 2009 West Lothian 624 117 39 780 0 780 Notes: SCOTLAND 13,698 3,708 1,753 19,159 8,512 27,671 Notes: 2. 3.

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 2.onlySome figures not been displayed (*)the for accommodation, individual local authorities to maintain Source: eSAY 2009 person with ahave learning disability living in the number of adults confidentiality. with learning 3.disabilities This data includes the person who is the subject of the assessment. Therefore where a person is the living in same accommodation has been recorded as 1. Notes: 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. 2. 3.

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 46 disabilities living in same accommodation has been recorded as 1.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B5: Accommodation type (2009) Table B5: Accommodation type (2009) Total adults Adults for Total adults Adults for for whom whom this Registered Table B5: AccommodationSupported type (2009) Registered for whom whom this All this information Local authority Mainstream Supported adult care Other* All accommodation adults this information Local authority Mainstream adult care Other* information is not homes* accommodation adults information is notfor homes* Total adults known Adults is known is known known for whom whom this Registered Supported All Aberdeen City 260 174 175 100 710 538 1,248 this 710 information Local authority Mainstream Aberdeen City 260 174 adult care 175 Other* 100 538 1,248 accommodation adults Aberdeenshire 314 193 110 60 677 730 1,407 is not730 1,407 Aberdeenshire 314 193 homes* 110 60 information 677 Angus 239 65 120 40 461 60 521 is known known 60 Angus 239 65 120 40 461 521 55 20 349 28 377 Argyll & Bute 240 34 55 20 349 28 1,248 377 Argyll & Bute 240 34 Aberdeen City Clackmannanshire 150260 32174 25 175 25 100 230710 11538 241 Clackmannanshire 150 32 25 25 230 11 241 Aberdeenshire 1,407 Dumfries & Galloway 273314 107193 25 110 40 60 442677 468730 910 Dumfries & Galloway 273 107 25 40 442 468 910 Angus Dundee City 461239 178 65 115 120 40 40 792461 160 60 952521 Dundee City 461 178 115 40 792 160 952 & Bute EastArgyll Ayrshire 122240 16 34 30 55 0 20 166349 356 28 522377 East Ayrshire 122 16 30 0 166 356 522 25 25 5 25 411230 0 11 411241 EastClackmannanshire Dunbartonshire 281150 97 32 25 5 411 0 411 East Dunbartonshire 281 97 EastDumfries Lothian & Galloway 432273 151107 10 25 10 40 602442 0468 602910 East Lothian 432 151 10 10 602 0 602 City EastDundee Renfrewshire 129461 115178 30 115 10 40 284792 14160 298952 East Renfrewshire 129 115 30 10 284 14 298 East Ayrshire Edinburgh 1,658122 849 16 385 30 75 0 2,966 166 5093563,475 522 Edinburgh 1,658 849 385 75 2,966 509 3,475 East Dunbartonshire 30 25 15 5 150411 16 0 166411 Eilean Siar 94281 14 97 30 15 150 16 166 Eilean Siar 94 14 East Lothian 432 151 10 10 602 Falkirk 349 145 120 45 657 97 0 754602 Falkirk 349 145 120 45 657 97 754 FifeEast Renfrewshire 428129 328115 85 30 75 10 914284 372 141,286 298 Fife 428 328 85 75 914 372 1,286 Edinburgh 1,658 2,966 3,475 Glasgow City 1,591 751849 105 385 120 75 2,564 1315092,695 Glasgow City 1,591 751 105 120 2,564 131 2,695 Eilean Siar 110 30 25 15 575150 777 161,352 166 Highland 359 94 84 14 110 25 575 777 1,352 Highland 359 84 Falkirk Inverclyde 226349 160145 65 120 10 45 459657 8 97 467754 Inverclyde 226 160 65 10 459 8 1,286 467 Fife Midlothian 196428 192328 20 85 80 75 491914 145372 636 Midlothian 196 192 20 80 491 145 636 Glasgow City 1,591 2,564 2,695 Moray 273 83751 40 105 5 120 402 28131 430 Moray 273 83 40 5 402 28 1,352 430 110 25 575 777 Highland 359 84 North Ayrshire 416 73 25 10 524 4 528 North Ayrshire 416 73 25 10 524 4 528 Inverclyde 25 65 0 10 2,146 459 0 82,146 467 North Lanarkshire 1,726226 391160 25 0 2,146 0 2,146 North Lanarkshire 1,726 391 Midlothian Orkney Islands 39196 13192 0 20 5 80 60491 10145 70636 Orkney Islands 39 13 0 5 60 10 70 Moray Perth & Kinross 197273 106 83 120 40 10 5 433402 4 28 437430 Perth & Kinross 197 106 120 10 433 4 437 North Ayrshire Renfrewshire 773416 233 73 95 25 40 10 1,141 524 138 41,279 528 Renfrewshire 773 233 95 400 1,141 138 1,279 25 2,146 2,146 North Lanarkshire 1,726 391 60 5 572 0 0 572 Scottish Borders 179 325 60 5 572 0 572 Scottish Borders 179 325 Orkney Islands Shetland Isles 74 39 34 13 5 0 0 5 115 60 4 10 119 70 Shetland Isles 74 34 5 0 115 4 119 Perth & Kinross 45 120 145 10 480433 16 4 496437 South Ayrshire 196197 93106 45 145 480 16 496 South Ayrshire 196 93 Renfrewshire 1,141 1,279 105 95 50 40 1,085 2961381,381 South Lanarkshire 829773 100233 105 50 1,085 296 1,381 South Lanarkshire 829 100 Scottish Borders 65 60 10 5 373572 169 0 542572 Stirling 172179 126325 655 100 373 169 542 Stirling 172 126 Shetland Isles 74 34 115 25 20 552 19 4 571119 West Dunbartonshire 383 126 25 20 552 19 571 West Dunbartonshire 383 126 South Ayrshire 120 45 10 145 697480 83 16 780496 West Lothian 567196 0 93 120 10 697 83 780 West Lothian 567 0 1,085 1,381 South Lanarkshire SCOTLAND 13,626 829 5,388 100 2,364 1051,102 50 22,480 5,191 296 27,671 SCOTLAND 13,626 5,388 2,364 22,480 5,191 65 1,102 10 373 169 27,671 542 Stirling 172 126

25 20 552 19 571 West eSAY Dunbartonshire 383 126 Source: 2009 Source: eSAY 2009 120 10 697 83 780 West Lothian 567 0 Notes: Notes: 1. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled Published SCOTLAND 13,626 5,388rounding). 2,364 1,102 zeros may/may 22,480 not be true 5,191zeros. 27,671 control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zerosSpecialist may/mayRehabilitation not be true zeros. 2. 1.The*Disclosure „Other‟ category includes Homeless, Special Housing, Sheltered Housing, 2. The „Other‟ category includes Homeless, Special Housing, Sheltered Housing, Specialist Rehabilitation Units,eSAY Registered Care Accommodation, NHS Facilities/Hospitals, Penal Institutions, Independent Source: 2009 Child Units, Registered Child Care Accommodation, NHS Facilities/Hospitals, Penal Institutions, Independent Hospitals, Independent Hospices and Mobile Accommodation. Notes: Hospitals, Independent Hospices and Mobile Accommodation. 3. 1.Mainstream accommodation is a applied home which has not been adapted for thezeros individuals needs in has been (controlled Published may/may not beany true zeros. 3. *Disclosure Mainstream control accommodation is a home which hasrounding). not been adapted for the individuals needs in any This may,category but not always, include the family home. 2.way.The „Other‟ includes Homeless, Special Housing, Sheltered Housing, Specialist Rehabilitation way. This may, but not always, include the family home. 4. Supported accommodation is a home in which external has been putPenal in place to help the Units, Registered Child Care Accommodation, NHS support Facilities/Hospitals, Institutions, Independent 4. Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live independently. Hospitals, Independent Hospices and Mobile Accommodation. individual live independently. 5. 3.A registered adult care home refers a residential care a number of other adults may Mainstream accommodation is atohome which has nothome been where adapted for the individuals needs in live. any 5. A registered adult care home refers to a residential care home where a number of other adults may live. Theway. accommodation is usually in single rooms residents This may, but not always, include the and family home. have access to on-site care services. The accommodation is usually in single rooms and residents have access to on-site care services. 4. Supported accommodation is a home in which external support has been put in place to help the individual live independently. 5. 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.47

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B6: Local Area Co-ordination (2009) Table B6: Local Area Co-ordination (2009) LAC available Total adults Uses LAC Total adults LAC available Total adults Uses LAC Uses LACforTotal adultsfor whom as a % of whom No LAC for whom Uses LAC Table B6: Local Area Co-ordination (2009) as this a % of this for whom this No LAC Does Uses as % of whom service Local authority this All adults as % of Does whom this this information servicenot use LAC* Local authority available All adults Uses service information information LAC availableavailable information service not use Total adults is not LAC* information information available LAC* Uses LACis Total adults is available known not available LAC* foriswhom Uses LAC is available is known as a % of for whom known No LAC known this as % of Does 101 0 65 1 167 1,081 1,248 Aberdeen Cityauthority whom 0this this service Local All adults Uses 1,081 1,407 1,248 Aberdeen City 411101 not 125use0 LAC* 55 65 service 0 1 information 0 0 information 590167 information 817 Aberdeenshire available is not available 411 LAC* 125 55 0 0 590 817 1,407 Aberdeenshire 520 0 0 0 0 520 1 521 Angus is available is known Angus 46520 175 0 115 0 0 0 0 0 338520 known 39 1 377521 Argyll & Bute 46 175 115 0 0 338 377 Argyll & Bute 1,081 1,248 Aberdeen City 0101 220 0 20 65 0 1 0 241167 0 39 241 Clackmannanshire 220 35 55 20 241 241 Clackmannanshire 1,407 Aberdeenshire 1334110 70125 0 0 0 0 237590 6738170 910 Dumfries & Galloway 133 70 35 0 0 237 673 910 Dumfries & Galloway 520 Angus N/A N/A 0 N/A 0 N/A N/A N/A520 952 1 952521 Dundee City N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A Dundee City 46 175 115 0 0 338 39 522952 377 Argyll & Bute 0 460 60 0 0 522 0952 East Ayrshire 460 60 522 522 East Ayrshire 0 220 20 0 0 241 0 Clackmannanshire 15 330 30 0 0 378 33 411241 East Dunbartonshire 15 330 30 0 0 378 33 411 East Dunbartonshire 496133 80 70 25 35 0 0 602237 0673 602910 EastDumfries Lothian & Galloway 80 40 N/A 25 602 East Lothian N/A 30 N/A N/A City 0496 1 N/A0 1N/A0 72602 2269520 298952 EastDundee Renfrewshire 0 30 40 1 1 72 226 East Renfrewshire 522 0 0460 215 60 1 0 1 0 214522 3,261 0 3,475298 EdinburghAyrshire 0 0 215 1 1 214 3,261 3,475 Edinburgh 15 330 30 0 0 378 33 East Dunbartonshire 0 80 60 0 0 139 27 166411 Eilean Siar 0 80 60 0 0 139 27 166 Eilean Siar 496 East Lothian 754 0 0 25 0 0 754602 0 0 754602 Falkirk 754 Falkirk 72 298 Renfrewshire 464 0 15 300 10 400 0 01 0 01 489754 7972260 1,286754 FifeEast 464 15 10 0 0 489 797 1,286 Fife 0 0 215 1 1 214 3,261 3,475 Edinburgh 1,976 640 50 0 0 2,666 29 2,695 Glasgow City 1,9760 300640 50 2,666 29 1,352 2,695 Glasgow City 80 60 60 139 166 Eilean Siar 17 0 0 0 0 377 975 27 Highland 17 300 60 377 975 1,352 Highland 754 0 0 0 0 754 0 754 Falkirk 0 390 75 0 0 467 0 467 Inverclyde 75 467 467 Inverclyde 15 50 10 1,286 Fife 04640 585390 0 0 0 0 636489 07970 636 Midlothian 636 636 MidlothianCity 1,976 640 150 50 2,666 2,695 Glasgow 0 0 250585 0 0 0 0 400 30 290 430 Moray 0 250 150 0 0 400 30 430 Moray 17 1,352 Highland 0 345300 185 60 0 0 528377 0975 528 North Ayrshire 0 345 185 0 0 528 0 North Ayrshire 390 75 467 467 Inverclyde 2,146 0 0 0 0 2,146 0 2,146528 North Lanarkshire 2,146 0 0 0 0 2,146 2,146 North Lanarkshire 0 585 50 636 0 Midlothian N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 70 70636 Orkney Islands N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 70 70 Orkney Islands Moray 40 0 155250 80150 0 0 0 0 276400 161 30 437430 Perth & Kinross 155 120185 80 276 437 Perth & Kinross North Ayrshire 0 400 0345 1 0 1 0 123528 1,1561610 1,279528 Renfrewshire 0 0 120 1 1 123 1,156 1,279 Renfrewshire 2,146 2,146 2,146 NorthBorders Lanarkshire 0 495 80 0 0 0 0 0 572 0 0 572 Scottish 0 495 80 0 0 572 0 Scottish Borders N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 70 70 Orkney Islands 119 0 0 0 0 119 0 119572 Shetland Isles 119 0 0 0 0 119 0 119 Shetland Isles 40 Perth & Kinross N/A N/A155 N/A 80 N/A N/A N/A276 496161 496437 South Ayrshire N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 496 1,381 496 South Ayrshire 0 0 120 1 1 123 1,156 1,279 Renfrewshire 46 780 220 0 0 1,045 336 South Lanarkshire 46 780 220 0 0 1,045 336 1,381 South Lanarkshire 0 495 80 572 0 Scottish Borders 0 420 120 0 0 542 0 542572 Stirling 0 420 120 0 0 542 0 542 Stirling Shetland Isles 0119 525 0 45 0 0 0 571119 0 571119 West Dunbartonshire 45 571 West Dunbartonshire N/A 65 N/A N/A South Ayrshire 0N/A0 0525 West Lothian 1 N/A0 1N/A0 67571 7134960 780496 0 West Lothian 0 65 1 1 67 713 780 46 1,045 11,873336 27,671 1,381 South Lanarkshire 7,284 6,4727802,042220 0 0 0 0 15,798 SCOTLAND 7,2840 6,472 15,798 11,8730 27,671 SCOTLAND 420 2,042 120 0 0 542 542 Stirling 0 525 45 0 0 571 0 571 West Dunbartonshire Source: eSAY 2009 Source: eSAY 2009 0 West Lothian 0 65 1 1 67 713 780 Notes: 7,284 6,472 2,042 0 0 15,798 11,873 27,671 SCOTLAND Notes: 1.

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Source: eSAY 2009 *Disclosure control has been rounding). Published zeros and may/may not be true 2. 1.Local area co-ordinators work in aapplied person(controlled centred way with individuals, families communities to zeros. 2.assist Local areatoco-ordinators work in a person centred way withand individuals, families and communities people achieve the outcomes they wish in their lives in particular to enable them to be to Notes:included assistas people to achieve the outcomes they wish their lives and in particular to enable them to be citizens in the communities in which theyinlive. included as citizens in the communities in which they live. 1. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. 2. 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. 48

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B7: Personal Life Plan (2009) Table B7: Personal Life Plan (2009) Has PLP as Total Has % ofPLP as Adults for Has Total Table B7: Personal Life Plan eligible (2009) % of Adults for Has eligible whom this PLP as eligible adults for Not All eligible whom this PLP as Local authority Yes* No* adults for adults for applicable* Not information adultsAll % for adults for information % for Local authority Yes* No* whom this whom is not Hasthis PLP as whom adults all information Totalthis whom this applicable* is not all information known adults % of Adults for Has is information known eligible information known adults eligible whom this PLP as is known is known adults for Not All is known adults for information % for Local authority Yes* No* 455 60 125 515 88% Aberdeen City 608 1,248 whom this applicable* adults 36% whom this is not608 1,248 all Aberdeen City 280455 75 60 information 70 125 359515 79%88% Aberdeenshire 979 1,407 20%36% information known979 1,407 adults 280 75 70 359 79% Aberdeenshire 180 260 10 440 40% Angus 71 521 34%20% is known is known 180 260 10 440 40% Angus 71 521 180 160 0 343 53% Argyll & Bute 32 377 48%34% 180 160 0 Argyll & Bute 32 241377 0%48% 0455 120 60 120 125 Clackmannanshire 0608 122343 0%53% 515 88% Aberdeen City 1,248 36% 0 120 120 Clackmannanshire 0 910 241 15%20% 0% 122 0% 140280 75 75 40 70 214359 66%79% Dumfries & Galloway 655979 Aberdeenshire 1,407 140 75 40 214 66% Dumfries & Galloway 655 910 15% 450180 60260 165 10 509440 89%40% Dundee City 279 71 952521 47%34% Angus 60 509 City 952 47% 200450 30 165 369343 55%89% EastDundee Ayrshire 124279 180 165160 0 53% Argyll & Bute 32 522377 39%48% 200 165 30 369 55% East Ayrshire 124 522 280 0 135120 0 120 411122 68% 0% EastClackmannanshire Dunbartonshire 0 0 411241 68%39% 0% 280 135 0 411 68% East Dunbartonshire 0 602411 7%68% 5 40 100214 44%66% EastDumfries Lothian & Galloway 45140 55 75 499655 910 15% 45 10 55 5 100 44% Lothian 602 7% 60450 0 165 69509 88%89% EastEast Renfrewshire 229499 60 Dundee City 279 298952 20%47% 60 10 0 69 88% East Renfrewshire 298 20% 845200 0165 0 30 847369 100%55% Edinburgh 2,628229 East Ayrshire 1243,475522 24%39% 845 0 0 847 100% Edinburgh 2,628 3,475 24% 0280 145135 0 0 144411 0%68% Eilean Siar 21 0 166411 0%68% East Dunbartonshire 0 195145 0% Eilean Siar 21 754166 46% 0% 350 45 5 0 542144 64%44% Falkirk 208499 55 5 100 East Lothian 602 7% 350 195 5 542 64% Falkirk 208 46% 190 60 255 10 225 0 447 69 43%88% FifeEast Renfrewshire 6142291,286754 298 15%20% 255 43% Fife City 614 1,286 98%15% 2,630190 5 225 2,680447 98% Glasgow 12 845 50 0 0 847 100% Edinburgh 2,6282,695 3,475 24% 2,630 50 5 2,680 98% Glasgow City 12 2,695 98% 25 475 15 500 5% Highland 835 1,352 2% 0 145 0 144 0% Eilean Siar 21 166 0% 25 195475 500 5% Highland 1,352 2% 275350 0 15 467542 58%64% Inverclyde 0835 195 5 Falkirk 208 467754 58%46% 275 195 0 Inverclyde 0 636467 29%58% 185190 10255 0 225 194467 96%58% Midlothian 442614 447 43% Fife 1,286 15% 185 10 0 194 96% Midlothian 442 636 29% 0 0 50 0 5 0 Moray 430 12 430 2,630 2,680 98% Glasgow City 2,695 0%98% 0 0 0 0 Moray 430 430 130 25 400475 0 15 528500 24% 5% North Ayrshire 0835 528 Highland 1,352 24% 0% 2% 130 400 0 528 24% North Ayrshire 0 24% 75275 0195 0 0 73467 100%58% North Lanarkshire 2,073 02,146528 Inverclyde 467 3%58% 75 35 0 73 100% North Lanarkshire 2,073 2,146 9% 3% 5185 20 0 40194 15% Orkney Islands 8442 70 10 0 96% Midlothian 636 29% 5 35 20 40 15% Orkney Islands 8 70 26% 9% 115 305 0 Perth & Kinross 17 437 420 27% 0 0 0 0 Moray 430 430 0% Perth Kinross 437 5%24% 26% 60115 5305 0 0 62420 94%27% Renfrewshire 1,217 17 130 400 0 528 24% North & Ayrshire 01,279528 94% Renfrewshire 1,217 1,279 32% 5% 185 60 0 5 390 0 183 62 100% Scottish 0 572 75 0 0 73 100% NorthBorders Lanarkshire 2,073 2,146 3% 185 0 390 183 100% Scottish Borders 0 32% 0 5 120 35 0 20 119 40 0%15% Shetland Isles 0 8 119572 Orkney Islands 70 0% 9% 0 270305 120 119 0% Shetland Isles 0 496119 39% 0% 195115 25 0 464420 42%27% South Ayrshire 7 17 0 Perth & Kinross 437 26% 195 270 25 464 42% South Ayrshire 7 496 39% 370 60 490 5 0 0 863 62 43%94% South Lanarkshire 518 Renfrewshire 1,2171,381 1,279 27% 5% 490 0 43% South Lanarkshire 1,381 27% 190370 0 390 542863 35% Stirling 0518 185 350 0 183 100% Scottish Borders 0 542572 35%32% 190 350 0 542 35% Stirling 0 542 245 0 325120 0 0 571119 43% 0% West Dunbartonshire 0 0 571119 43%35% Shetland Isles 0% 245 325 0 571 43% West Dunbartonshire 140195 640270 0 25 West Lothian 0 0 780464 18%42% South Ayrshire 7 780571 496 18%43% 39% 140 640 0 West Lothian 0 780 18% 3705,437490 13,917780 61%18% 12,506518 27,671 SCOTLAND 8,480 863 43% 1,248 0 South Lanarkshire 1,381 31%27% 5,437 1,248 13,917 61% 12,506 27,671 31% SCOTLAND 8,480 190 350 0 542 35% Stirling 0 542 35% Source: eSAY 2009 245 325 0 571 43% West Dunbartonshire 0 571 43% Source: eSAY 2009 140 640 0 West Lothian 0 780 18% 780 18% Notes: 5,437 1,248 13,917 61% 12,506 27,671 31% SCOTLAND 8,480 Notes: 3. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. *Disclosure has been appliedfor (controlled Published may/may notwith be true 4. 3.A Personal Life control Plan (PLP) is a process continualrounding). listening and learningzeros which, in alliance a zeros. Source: 2009 4.person‟s AeSAY Personal (PLP) is a process forupon continual andtolearning which, alliance a family Life and Plan friends, focuses and acts what listening is important someone nowin and in the with future. friends, focuses and actswith upon what is important someone in the „Theperson‟s same asfamily you?‟and recommends that everyone a learning disability to who wants anow PLPand should befuture. Notes: „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should be able to have one. 3. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. able to have one. have 5. 4.Some local authorities expressed uncertainty regarding whatand constitutes PLP or equivalent. A Personal Life Plan (PLP) is a process for continual listening learningawhich, inPLP alliance with a 5.ThisSome local authorities have expressed uncertainty regarding what constitutes a PLP or PLP equivalent. will be addressed for the 2010 collection process. person‟s family and friends, focuses and acts upon what is important to someone now and in the future. This will be addressed for the 2010 collection process. „The same as you?‟ recommends that everyone with a learning disability who wants a PLP should be able to have one. 5. Some local authorities have expressed uncertainty regarding what constitutes a PLP or PLP equivalent. 49 This will be addressed for the 2010 collection process.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B8: Advocacy: Individual level data (2009) Table B8: Advocacy: Individual level data (2009) No Total for advocate, Citizen/ Group/ No Total for Self advocate,advocate, Professional independent Citizen/ Group/ whom this advocate Collective Local authority Professional Self advocate, whom advocacy* informationthis advocateadvocate advocate* independent Collective Local authority not advocate* advocacy* advocate* advocacy* advocate information No required* not advocate* advocacy*is known* No for required* required* isTotal known* advocate, Citizen/ Group/ required* advocate, Professional Self whom this advocate independent Collective Local authority advocate* advocacy* advocate information Aberdeen City not advocate* advocacy* Aberdeen City required* is known* Aberdeenshire 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 required* Aberdeenshire 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Angus Angus Argyll & Bute City 295 10 30 0 0 0 335 Aberdeen Argyll & Bute 295 10 30 0 0 0 335 Clackmannanshire Aberdeenshire 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Clackmannanshire Dumfries & Galloway 140 15 25 15 15 0 210 Angus Dumfries & Galloway 140 15 25 Dundee 260295 25 10 45 30 25 150 85 150 25 00 470210 ArgyllCity & Bute 335 Dundee City 260 25 45 25 85 25 EastClackmannanshire Ayrshire 195 10 65 0 20 45 335470 Ayrshire 195 10 65 0 20 45 335 EastEast Dunbartonshire Dumfries & Galloway 140 15 25 15 15 0 210 Dunbartonshire EastEast Lothian 45 0 5 0 0 10 60 Dundee City 260 250 455 250 850 25 470 Lothian 45 10 60 EastEast Renfrewshire East Ayrshire 195 10 65 0 20 45 335 East Renfrewshire Edinburgh East Dunbartonshire Edinburgh Eilean Siar 70 45 0 0 45 5 0 0 0 0 15 10 130 60 East EileanLothian Siar 70 0 45 0 0 15 Falkirk 360 30 155 5 60 25 630130 East Renfrewshire Falkirk 360 30 155 5 60 25 630 FifeEdinburgh Fife City Glasgow 2,030 70 135 0 90 45 65 0 50 0 10 15 2,380130 Eilean Siar Glasgow City 2,030 135 90 65 50 10 2,380 Highland 445 10 15 10 15 5 505 Falkirk 360 30 155 5 60 25 630 Highland 445 10 15 10 15 5 505 Inverclyde 465 0 0 0 0 0 465 Fife Inverclyde 465 465 Midlothian 15 51350 20 900 20 650 0 500 0 100 60 Glasgow City 2,030 2,380 Midlothian 15 5 20 20 0 0 60 Moray Highland 445 10 15 10 15 5 505 Moray North Ayrshire 0465 0 0 45 0 0 0 0 0 15 0 60465 Inverclyde North Ayrshire 0 0 45 0 0 15 60 North Lanarkshire Midlothian 15 5 20 20 0 0 60 North Lanarkshire Orkney Islands Moray Orkney Islands Perth & Kinross 265 0 10 0 15 45 0 0 5 0 75 15 370 60 North Ayrshire Perth & Kinross 265 10 15 0 5 75 Renfrewshire 5 0 45 0 0 0 45370 North Lanarkshire Renfrewshire 5 0 45 0 0 0 Scottish Borders 470 10 55 0 0 30 570 45 Orkney Islands Scottish Borders 470 10 55 30 570 Shetland 110265 0 10 0 15 0 00 0 50 10 75 120370 PerthIsles & Kinross Shetland Isles 110 0 0 0 0 10 120 South Ayrshire Renfrewshire 5 0 45 0 0 0 45 South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire Scottish Borders 470 10 55 0 0 30 570 South Lanarkshire Stirling Shetland Isles 110 0 0 0 0 10 120 Stirling West Dunbartonshire South Ayrshire West Dunbartonshire West Lothian South Lanarkshire West Lothian SCOTLAND 5,180 263 658 139 257 258 6,755 Stirling SCOTLAND 5,180 263 658 139 257 258 6,755 West Dunbartonshire Source: eSAY 2009 West Lothian Source: eSAY 2009 SCOTLAND 5,180 263 658 139 257 258 6,755 Notes:

Table B8: Advocacy: level data (2009) No NoIndividual

Notes: Source: 2009 1. This eSAY data has been collected on an individual basis. Therefore a record has been returned for each 1.individual This data has detailed been collected on an individual person in the statistics release.basis. Therefore a record has been returned for each individualcontrol personhas detailed in the statistics release. 2. *Disclosure been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. Notes: *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled Published zeros may/may not be true zeros. 3. 2.Professional Advocate, Professional Advocate Long rounding). Term Support and Professional Advocate Short 3. Professional Advocate, Professional Advocate Long Term Support and Professional Advocate Short Term Support are all grouped under the column “Professional Advocate”. 1. This data has been collected on an individual basis. Therefore a record has been returned for each Term Support aredetailed all grouped under the column “Professional Advocate”. individual person in the statistics release. 2. 3.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B9: Advocacy, aggregate data (2009) Table B9: Advocacy, aggregate data (2009) 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate of adults of adults of adults of adults of adults of adults Local authority of adults of adults of adults of adults Local authority Total asof%adults as % Total as % data Total(2009) Total as % Total as % Total asof%adults Table B9: Advocacy, aggregate as % as % as % as % as % as % Total Total Total Total Total Totalknown adults known adults known adults known adults known adults known adults adults known adults known adults known adults known adults known adults known 53 20049% 62 20058% 60 20067% 60 20079% 132 2008 10% Aberdeen City 148 200912% 53 9% 62 8% 60 7% 60 9% 132 10% Aberdeen City 148 12% 97 6% 127 8% 135 8% 157 9% 127 7% Aberdeenshire 139 10% Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate Estimate 97 6% 127 8% 135 8% 157 9% 127 7% Aberdeenshire 139 10% 53 Angus Local authority of11% adults 77 of16% adults 64 of14% adults 64 of14% adults 84 of16% adults 79 of15% adults 53 11% 77 16% 64 14% 64 14% 84 16% Angus 79 as % 14 Total 15% Total as4% 18 Total as5% 18 Total as5% Total as % Total as %15% 47 Argyll and Bute 47 known 15% adults 14 known 4 adults 18 known 5 adults 18 known 5 adults known adults known Argyll and Bute adults 25 19% 33 25% 42 26% 87 49% 44 19% Clackmannanshire 96 40% Dumfries and 25 19% 33 25% 42 26% 87 49% 44 19% Clackmannanshire 96 40% Dumfries and 132 10% Aberdeen City 148 12% 77 53 11 9% 89 62 12 8% 104 60 13 7% 96 60 12 9% Galloway 77 11 89 12 104 13 96 12 Galloway 127 7% Aberdeenshire 139 10% 60 97 6 6% 44 127 4 8% 51 135 5 8% 107 157 11 9% Dundee City 60 6 44 4 51 5 107 11 Dundee City 53 11% 77 16% 64 14% 64 14% 84 16% 79 15% 193 34% 248 38% 289 60% 311 60% EastAngus Ayrshire 193 34% 248 38% 289 60% 311 60% East Ayrshire and Bute 16 47 5%15% 14 14 4% 4 * 18 * 5 31 18 8% 5 32 8% EastArgyll Dunbartonshire 36 9% 16 5% 14 4% * * 31 8% 32 8% East Dunbartonshire 36 9% Clackmannanshire * 25 *19% * 33 *25% 44 42 13%26% 33 87 9%49% 48 44 13%19% 90 96 15% 40% EastDumfries Lothian and * * * * 44 13% 33 9% 48 13% East Lothian 90 15% 38 77 10% 11 16 89 4% 12 14 104 4% 13 38 96 9% 12 EastGalloway Renfrewshire 11 4% 38 10% 16 4% 14 4% 38 9% East Renfrewshire 11 4% Dundee City 185 60 9 6 150 44 9 4 164 51 9 5 170 107 8 11 Edinburgh 185 9 150 9 164 9 170 8 Edinburgh East * 193 *34% * 248 *38% * 289 *60% * 311 *60% Eilean SarAyrshire * * * * * * * Eilean Sar 16 5% 14 4% * * 31 8%* 32 8% 181 36 24% 9% East Dunbartonshire 32 6 59 6 98 16 136 21 Falkirk 32* 6* 59* 6* 98 16 136 21 Falkirk 181 24% 44 13% 33 9% 48 13% 113 12% 112 11% 42 4% 26 3% Fife East Lothian 105 90 8% 15% 113 12% 112 11% 42 4% 26 3% Fife 105 8% East Renfrewshire 11 4% 171 38 610% 259 16 9 4% 280 14 11 4% 74 38 3 9% Glasgow City 171 6 259 9 280 11 74 3 Glasgow City Edinburgh 70 185 9 9 89 150 14 9 94 164 11 9 167 170 20 8 Highland 70 9 89 14 94 11 167 20 Highland Eilean Sar 90 * 23 * 90 * 21 * 70 * 19 * 63 * 14 * Inverclyde 31 7% 90 23 90 21 70 19 63 14 Inverclyde 31 7% Falkirk 181 24% 13 32 3 6 13 59 3 6 15 98 3 16 19 136 3 21 Midlothian 13 3 13 3 15 3 19 3 Midlothian Fife 42 113 11%12% 10 112 3%11% 16 42 4% 4% 12 26 3% 3% 32 7% Moray 23 105 5% 8% 42 11% 10 3% 16 4% 12 3% 32 7% Moray 23 5% Glasgow 58 171 10% 6 107 259 19% 9 89 280 17% 11 126 74 24% 3 206 41% North AyrshireCity 58 10% 107 19% 89 17% 126 24% 206 41% North Ayrshire Highland 130 70 6 9 121 89 6 14 61 94 3 11 156 167 11 20 North Lanarkshire 130 6 121 6 61 3 156 11 North Lanarkshire Inverclyde 9 90 10 23 16 90 20 21 14 70 23 19 16 63 20 14 Orkney 21 31 30% 7% 9 10 16 20 14 23 16 20 Orkney 21 30% Midlothian 125 13 31 3 72 13 12 3 85 15 22 3 85 19 22 3 Perth and Kinross 125 31 72 12 85 22 85 22 Perth and Kinross 32 7% Moray 23 5% 77 42 811% 82 10 9 3% 56 16 7 4% 55 12 6 3% Renfrewshire 77 8 82 9 56 7 55 6 Renfrewshire 58 10% 107 19% 89 17% 126 24% 206 41% NorthBorders Ayrshire 17 5 33 7 51 10 83 15 Scottish 17 5 33 7 51 10 83 15 Scottish Borders NorthIslands Lanarkshire * 130 * 6 * 121 * 6 * 61 * 3 * 156 * 11 Shetland 9 8% *9 * * * * * * * Shetland Islands 9 8% Orkney 31 9% 10 69 16 15% 20 34 14 8% 23 40 16 8% 20 35 7% South Ayrshire 45 21 9% 30% 31 9% 69 15% 34 8% 40 8% 35 7% South Ayrshire 45 9% Perth and Kinross 140 125 14% 31 288 72 28% 12 224 85 23% 22 228 85 24% 22 287 26% South Lanarkshire 331 24% 140 14% 288 28% 224 23% 228 24% 287 26% South Lanarkshire 331 24% Renfrewshire 14 77 4% 8 11 82 4% 9 17 56 5% 7 16 55 3% 6 22 4% Stirling 42 8% 14 4% 11 4% 17 5% 16 3% 22 4% Stirling 42 8% Borders 46 17 11% 5 99 33 23% 7 119 51 27% 10 116 83 25% 15 125 25% WestScottish Dunbartonshire 139 24% 46 11% 99 23% 119 27% 116 25% 125 25% West Dunbartonshire 139 24% 67 * 12% * 108 * 15% * 103 * 16% * 165 * 21% * 98 14% WestShetland Lothian Islands 111 9 14% 8% 67 12% 108 15% 103 16% 165 21% 98 14% West Lothian 111 14% 2092 9% 2513 11% 2467 11% 2756 12% 1272 14% 31 9% 69 15% 34 8% 40 8% 35 7% TotalSouth Ayrshire 1637 45 14% 9% 2092 9% 2513 11% 2467 11% 2756 12% 1272 14% 1637 Total 14% 140 14% 288 28% 224 23% 228 24% 287 26% South Lanarkshire 331 24% Source: Surveys 14 4% 112004-07, 4% eSAY 17 2008-09 5% 16 3% 22 4% StirlingSame as you? Annual 42 8% Source: Same as you? Annual Surveys 2004-07, eSAY 2008-09 46 11% 99 23% 119 27% 116 25% 125 25% West Dunbartonshire 139 24% Notes: 67 12% 108 15% 103 16% 165 21% 98 14% West Lothian 111 14% Notes: 2092 9% 2513 11% 2467 11% 2756 12% 1272 14% Total 1637 14% 1. This data has been collected on an aggregate basis. Therefore the local authorities were unable to 1.provide This data data for haseach beenindividual collectedperson on an aggregate Therefore the local authorities weremany unable to detailed in basis. the statistics release but could state how provide for each individual detailed in the statistics release but could state how many people withdata a learning disability hadperson advocacy support overall. Source: Same as you? Annual Surveys 2004-07, eSAY 2008-09 people withhave a learning disability had(*) advocacy support overall. 2. Some figures not been displayed for individual local authorities to maintain confidentiality. 2.ThisSome figures have not been displayed (*) fordata individual local authorities to maintain 3. table shows those local authorities whose was returned by aggregate only in confidentiality. black text. Notes: 3. This table shows those local authorities whose data was returned by aggregate only in in black text. 4. Direct comparison can only be made with those tables which have a total and percentage the 2009 4.column. DirectThose comparison can only be madeinwith those tables which have a total and percentage in the 2009 authorities who appear grey provided data on an individual level basis and therefore 1. This data has been collected on an aggregate basis. Therefore the local authorities were unable to column. Those authorities who appear intotals. grey provided data on an individual level basis and therefore cannot be compared to previous aggregate provide data for each individual person detailed in the statistics release but could state how many cannot be compared to previous aggregate totals. people with a learning disability had advocacy support overall. 2. Some figures have not been displayed (*) for individual local authorities to maintain confidentiality. 3. This table shows those local authorities whose data was returned by aggregate only in black text. 4. 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 51 cannot be compared to previous aggregate totals.

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B10: Employment opportunities (2009) Table B10: Employment opportunities (2009) Total adults Less In Total adults Adults for for whom Not currently Total in Total adults than 16 16 hours or employment/ for whom whom this Less In Total adults Adults for employment/ in employment for whomtraining but employment information All adults Not currentlyhours Total in Local authority more per than 16 16 hours or training employment/ for whom whom this employment/ as % of total employment/ in employment per hours information is is not week* hours training but employment information All adults adults Local authority training* more per hours training unknown employment/ as % of total week* known* known per hours information is is not week* known* hours training* adults week* unknown known* known known* Aberdeen City 455 60 60 115 70 185 606 1,248 15% Table B10: Employment (2009) Aberdeenshire 205 165 opportunities 65 230 140 367 835 1,407 26% Aberdeen City 455 60 60 115 70 185 606 1,248 15% Angus 440 10 5 15 0 0 504 521 3% Aberdeenshire 205 165 65 230 140 367 835 1,407 26% Argyll & Bute 290 60 0 60 5 66 21 377 18% Angus 440 10 5 15 0 0 504 521 3% Clackmannanshire 50 30 15 45 0 45 136 241 19% Argyll & Bute 290 Less60 0 Total adults 60 5 Total adults66 Adults for21 377 18% In Dumfries & Galloway 210 30 25 55 0 56 642 910 6% Not currently Clackmannanshire 50 than 16 30 16 hours or 15 for whom45 employment/0 for whom45 whom this 136 241 Total in19% Dundee City 0 60 5 65 565 629 323 952 66% in 210 Dumfries & Galloway 30 more per25 employment/ 55 training but0 employment 56 information 642 All adults 910 employment 6% hours Local authority East Ayrshire 335 5 5 10 35 46 138 522 9%total training employment/ as % of Dundee City 0 per 60 5 65 565 629 323 952 66% hours information is 33 not week* East Dunbartonshire 310 30 35 65 0 68 is 411 17% hours training* adults East Ayrshire 335 week* 5 5 10 unknown35 46 known138 522 9% known* East Lothian 175 15 50 65 5 69 358 602 11% East Dunbartonshire 310 30 35 known* 65 0 68 33 411 17% East Renfrewshire 70 20 10 30 5 35 195 298 12% East Lothian 175 15 50 65 5 69 358 602 11% Edinburgh 5 200 135 335 125 463 3,008 3,475 13% East Renfrewshire 70 20 10 30 35 195 298 12% Aberdeen City 455 60 60 115 705 185 606 1,248 15% Eilean Siar 110 0 5 10 15 25 32 166 15% Edinburgh 200 135 335 125 463 3,008 3,475 13% Aberdeenshire 2055 165 65 230 140 367 835 1,407 26% Falkirk 505 30 35 60 45 107 142 754 14% Eilean Siar 110 5 10 150 250 32 166 15% Angus 440 100 15 504 521 3% Fife 850 40 70 115 0 113 218 1,286 9% Falkirk& Bute 505 30 350 60 455 107 142 754 14% Argyll 290 60 66 21 377 18% Glasgow City 1,955 35 45 80 195 275 457 2,695 10% Fife 850 40 70 115 0 113 218 1,286 9% Clackmannanshire 50 30 15 45 45 136 241 19% Highland 465 10 35 45 75 121 768 1,352 9% Glasgow 1,955 35 45 80 1950 275 457 2,695 10% Dumfries City & Galloway 210 30 25 55 56 642 910 6% Inverclyde 410 25 10 30 15 49 8 467 10% Highland 4650 10 355 45 75 121 768 1,352 9% Dundee City 60 65 565 629 323 952 66% Midlothian 70 0 5 5 120 126 439 636 20% Inverclyde 410 255 105 30 15 49 467 10% East Ayrshire 335 10 35 46 1388 522 9% Moray 375 15 5 20 0 22 31 430 5% Midlothian 70 0 5 5 120 126 439 636 20% East Dunbartonshire 310 30 35 65 0 68 33 411 17% North Ayrshire 0 5 5 10 45 55 473 528 10% Moray 375 15 20 05 22 31 430 5% East Lothian 175 505 65 69 358 602 11% North Lanarkshire 0 0 0 0 220 220 1,926 2,146 10% North Ayrshire 10 455 55 473 528 10% East Renfrewshire 700 205 105 30 35 195 298 12% Orkney Islands 0 5 5 15 5 16 54 70 23% North Lanarkshire 05 220 220 1,926 2,146 10% Edinburgh 2000 1350 3350 125 463 3,008 3,475 13% Perth & Kinross 375 35 5 45 10 52 11 437 12% Orkney Islands 0 5 5 15 5 16 54 70 23% Eilean Siar 110 0 10 15 25 32 166 15% Renfrewshire 5 25 25 50 15 65 1,209 1,279 5% Perth 375 35 45 10 52 11 437 12% Falkirk& Kinross 505 30 355 60 45 107 142 754 14% Scottish Borders 515 40 15 55 0 55 462 572 10% Renfrewshire 25 25 50 150 65 1,209 1,279 5% Fife 8505 40 70 115 113 218 1,286 9% Shetland Isles 60 20 40 60 0 60 0 119 50% Scottish Borders 515 40 15 55 55 462 572 Glasgow City 1,955 35 45 80 1950 275 457 2,695 10% South Ayrshire 445 30 20 55 0 53 0 496 11% Shetland Isles 60 20 40 60 60 119 50% Highland 465 10 35 45 750 121 7680 1,352 9% South Lanarkshire 795 15 30 45 150 193 382 1,381 14% South Ayrshire 445 30 20 55 0 53 0 496 11% Inverclyde 410 25 10 30 15 49 8 467 10% Stirling 60 5 15 20 10 30 452 542 6% South Lanarkshire 795 150 305 455 150 193 382 1,381 14% Midlothian 70 120 126 439 636 20% West Dunbartonshire 515 25 5 35 20 54 0 571 9% Stirling 60 155 100 30 452 542 6% Moray 375 155 20 22 31 430 5% West Lothian 715 25 10 35 30 65 0 780 8% West Dunbartonshire 5150 255 35 20 54 571 9% North Ayrshire 5 10 45 55 4730 528 10% SCOTLAND 10,775 715 1,072 25 797 10 1,869 35 1,933 30 14,577 65 13,094 027,671 780 14% 8% West Lothian North Lanarkshire 0 0 0 0 220 220 1,926 2,146 10% SCOTLAND 10,7750 1,0725 7975 1,869 1,9335 14,577 13,094 14% Orkney Islands 15 16 54 27,671 70 23% Source: Perth & eSAY Kinross 2009 375 35 5 45 10 52 11 437 12% RenfrewshireeSAY 2009 5 25 25 50 15 65 1,209 1,279 5% Source: Notes: Scottish Borders 515 40 15 55 0 55 462 572 10% Shetland Isles 60 20 40 60 0 60 0 119 50% Notes: 2. Ayrshire *Disclosure control has applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros53 may/may not South 445 been 30 20 55 0 0 be true 496 zeros. 11% 3. Employment opportunities include the following; person in employment where open/non-open has not South2.Lanarkshire 795has been 15 applied (controlled 30 45 150 193 may/may 382 not1,381 14% *Disclosure control rounding). Published zeros be true zeros. been specified, open employment opportunity, non-open employment opportunity, not currently in 3. Employment opportunities include the15following; person in employment where open/non-open Stirling 60 5 20 10 30 452 542 has not 6% employment but in training for employment and self-employed. been specified, open opportunity, non-open employment opportunity, not West Dunbartonshire 515 employment 25 5 35 20 54 0 currently 571 in 9% employment but in and self-employed. West Lothian 715training25for employment 10 35 30 65 0 780 8% SCOTLAND 10,775 1,072 797 1,869 1,933 14,577 13,094 27,671 14%

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B11: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2009) Table B11: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2009) Table B11: Number of adults in open and non-open employment (2009) Total adults

adultsTotal adults Not currently whom Adults in Adults in non- forTotal Total adults for whomfor whom this Adults in Adults Not currently All adults Local authority open open in non- this for whom this in this information is employment* Local authority employment* All adults open employment* open information in information is Total adults not known information Total adults employment* employment* employment*is known not known Not currently whom Adults in Adults in non- for is known for whom this this Local authority All adults open open in information is employment* employment* information employment* not known Aberdeen City 80 40 120 671 455 1,248 is known Aberdeen City 80 40 120 671 455 1,248 Aberdeenshire 65 190 252 950 205 1,407 Aberdeenshire 1,407 Angus 15 65 0190 0252 521950 440205 521 Angus 15 0 0 521 440 521 Argyll & Bute City 35 80 25 40 59120 28671 290455 377 Aberdeen 1,248 Argyll & Bute 35 25 59 28 290 377 Clackmannanshire 20 65 20190 44252 146950 50205 241 Aberdeenshire 1,407 Clackmannanshire 20 20 44 146 50 241 Dumfries & Galloway 10 50 56 642 210 910 Angus 15 0 0 521 440 521 Dumfries & Galloway 10 50 56 642 210 910 Dundee City 20 35 50 25 71 59 881 28 0290 952377 Argyll & Bute EastDundee AyrshireCity 15 20 30 50 44 71 141881 335 500 522952 Clackmannanshire 20 20 44 146 241 Ayrshire EastEast Dunbartonshire 25 15 40 30 66 44 35141 310335 411522 Dumfries & Galloway 10 50 56 642 210 910 Dunbartonshire 35 EastEast Lothian 20 25 40 40 61 66 366881 1753100 602411 Dundee City 20 50 71 952 East Lothian 20 40 61 366 175 EastEast Renfrewshire 15 15 5 30 22 44 208141 70335 298602 Ayrshire 522 East Renfrewshire 70 Edinburgh 205 15 80 405 284 22 3,188208 5310 3,475298 East Dunbartonshire 25 66 35 411 Edinburgh 205 80 284 3,188 5 3,475 Eilean Siar 10 20 15 40 25 61 32366 110175 166 East Lothian 602 Eilean Siar 32 Falkirk 25 10 35 155 61 25 189208 505110 754166 East Renfrewshire 15 22 70 298 Falkirk 25 35 61 189 505 754 FifeEdinburgh 60205 40 80 99284 345 850 1,286 3,188 5 3,475 Fife City 1,286 Glasgow 25 60 60 40 84 99 654345 1,955850 2,695 Eilean Siar 10 15 25 32 110 166 Glasgow City 1,955 2,695 Highland 30 25 60 60 89 84 800654 465 1,352 Falkirk 25 35 61 189 505 754 Highland 1,352 Inverclyde 30 30 0 60 31 89 26800 410465 467 Fife 60 40 99 345 850 1,286 Inverclyde 26 410 467 Midlothian 50 30 40 600 92 31 473654 70 636 Glasgow City 25 84 1,955 2,695 Midlothian 50 40 92 473 70 636 Moray 20 30 0 60 20 89 33800 375465 430 Highland 1,352 Moray 20 0 20 33 375 430 North Ayrshire 10 0 10 518 0 528 Inverclyde 30 0 31 26 410 467 North Ayrshire North Lanarkshire 80 10 20 400 99 10 2,047518 0 700 2,146528 Midlothian 50 92 473 636 North Lanarkshire 2,047 2,146 Orkney Islands 10 80 5 200 16 99 54 03750 70 Moray 20 20 33 430 Orkney Islands 10 5 16 54 0 70 Perth & Kinross 40 10 15 0 52 10 11518 375 0 437528 North Ayrshire Perth & Kinross 11 437 Renfrewshire 45 40 20 15 65 52 1,209 53750 1,279 North Lanarkshire 80 20 99 2,047 2,146 Renfrewshire 45 20 65 1,209 5 1,279 Scottish Borders 55 10 0 5 55 16 517 54 515 0 572 70 Orkney Islands Scottish Borders 55 0 55 517 515 572 Shetland Isles 20 40 60 0 60 119 Perth & Kinross 40 15 52 110 375 437 Shetland Isles 20 40 60 60 119 South Ayrshire 50 0 53 0 445 496 Renfrewshire 45 20 65 1,209 5 1,279 South Ayrshire South Lanarkshire 35 50 15 00 50 53 5385170 795445 1,381496 Scottish Borders 55 55 515 572 South Lanarkshire 1,381 Stirling 20 35 0 15 19 50 4635380 60795 542 Shetland Isles 20 40 60 60 119 Stirling 60 West Dunbartonshire 35 20 0 00 33 19 214630 515445 571542 South Ayrshire 50 53 496 West Dunbartonshire 21 571 West Lothian 15 35 20 150 34 33 31538 715515 780 South Lanarkshire 35 50 795 1,381 West Lothian 15 20 34 31 715 780 SCOTLAND 1,188 20 955 0 2,143 19 14,439463 10,775 60 27,671542 Stirling SCOTLAND 1,188 955 2,143 14,439 10,775 27,671 Source: eSAY 2009 West Dunbartonshire 35 0 33 21 515 571 Source: eSAY 2009 West Lothian 15 20 34 31 715 780 Notes: Notes: SCOTLAND 1,188 955 rounding). 2,143 27,671 1. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled Published 14,439 zeros may/may10,775 not be true zeros. 1. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be true Source: 2009 „real‟ jobs, inclusive employment, in a workplace that is not specifically set up for zeros. 2. OpeneSAY employment2.people Open employment„real‟ jobs,People inclusive employment, in a workplace is not with learning disabilities. with a learning disability get thethat going ratespecifically for the job.set up for people with learning disabilities. People with a learning disability get the going rate for the job.NonNotes: 3. Non-open employment – the workplace is specifically set up for people with a learning disability. 3.open Non-open employment – the workplace is specifically set up for people with a learning disability. 1. *Disclosure control has been applied (controlled rounding). Published zeros may/may not be trueNonzeros. posts probably could not be advertised. 2. open Open posts employmentemployment, in a workplace that is not specifically set up for probably„real‟ couldjobs, not inclusive be advertised. people with learning disabilities. People with a learning disability get the going rate for the job. 3. 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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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B12: Day centres and day opportunities (2009) Table B12: Day centres and day opportunities (2009)

Adults Adults who Adultswho are Adults havewho Attending attending Attending Attending Total who are accesshave to less Attending than 5 Not a attending day 5 days per lessAttending than adultsTotal for Attending alt opps days per Not All access to less thanattending 5 Not whom centrea as week 5 days per Local authority day 5 days per less than adults for withper but has alt attending* adultsAll as %altofopps Not with no with alt weekdays attending % ofcentre total as this info is week 5opportunities days perno alt whom LocalB12: authority Table Day centres and day (2009) % of week withopps* attending* adultstotalasfor but has altknown for whom alt opps* % of total with no opps* with alt opps* this info is whom total forthis is opps* no alt for whom known alt opps* opps* Adults this info whom known opps* Adults this is who is known this info who are known have Attending Aberdeen City 125 0 285 145 70 625 1,248 68% is71% known attending Attending Attending Total access to 63% less170 than 5 Not Aberdeenshire 130 45 215 120 676 1,407 61% Aberdeen City 125 5 days per0 less than 285 145 70 adults 625 1,248 71% a day 68% for alt opps days10per attending Not All Angus 250 130 week 15 45 5 days 115per 70 120 whom 459 676 521 31%63% Aberdeenshire 215 170 1,407 88%61% centre as Local authority week10with but235 has alt attending* adults as % of Argyll & Bute 95 250 with 10no15 with 10alt Angus 115 10 70 this359 459 31% info is 377 521 93%88% % of8%total for 73% alt opps* Clackmannanshire 0 95 alt opps* 15 10 opps* 40 10 no10 25 235 known 89 359 241 377 total 72%93% Argyll & Bute 10 8% for whom whom opps* Dumfries & Galloway 135 0 35 15 55 40 25 10 0 25 250 89 910 241 50%72% this 45%73% Clackmannanshire is Dundee City & Galloway 270 135 50 35 150 55 40 25 275 0 786 250 952 910 this 82%info 31%45% Dumfries 50% known known 47% EastDundee AyrshireCity 120 270 45 50 110 150 10 40 70 275 357 786 522 952 is76% 82% 31% Aberdeen City 125 285 70 625 411 1,248 71% 34%47% 68% EastEast Dunbartonshire 165 120 50 450 35 110 40 145 85 70 377 357 Ayrshire 10 522 56%76% Aberdeenshire 130 45 215 170 120 676 1,407 61% 63% EastEast Lothian 425 40 125 0 10 602 602 75% 28% Dunbartonshire 165 50 35 40 85 377 411 56% 34% Angus 250 15 115 10 70 459 521 88% 31% EastEast Renfrewshire 35 425 35 40 25 125 20 0 20 10 143 602 298 602 45%75% 59%28% Lothian ArgyllRenfrewshire & Bute 95 10 10 10 3593,475 298 377 90%45% 93% 59%59% 8% Edinburgh 0 35 70 35 360 25 0 20 295 235 730 143 East 20 Clackmannanshire 0 15 40 10 25 89 241 72% 73% Eilean Siar 15 0 20 70 20 360 0 0 55 295 112 730 166 Edinburgh 3,475 80%90% 37%59% Dumfries 35 55 250 754 166 910 78%80% 50% 35%37% 45% Falkirk 155 135 70 20 115 20 30 250 235 550 602 112 Eilean Siar& Galloway 15 Dundee City 270 50 150 40 275 786 952 82% 31% FifeFalkirk 360 155 85 70 245 115 0 30 45 235 733 6021,286 754 77%78% 45%35% East Ayrshire 120 45 110 70 2,528 733 3572,695 522 65%77% 76% 36%45% 47% Glasgow City 890 360 460 85 335 245 110 10 735 45 Fife 0 1,286 East Dunbartonshire 165 50 35 40 85 377 411 56% 34% Highland 155 890 55 460 105 335 10 110 255 735 577 Glasgow City 2,5281,352 2,695 85%65% 30%36% East Lothian 425 40 125 10 602 467 602 99%85% 75% 24%30% 28% Inverclyde 275 155 0 55 110 105 0 100 85 255 467 577 Highland 1,352 East Renfrewshire 35 35 25 20 20 143 298 45% 59% Midlothian 20 275 15 0 145 110 0 0 5 85 184 467 636 467 91%99% 87%24% Inverclyde Edinburgh 70 360 730 430 3,475 90% 18%87% 59% Moray 190 200 10 15 25 145 35 00 135 2955 399 184 Midlothian 636 78%91% Eilean Siar 15 20 20 0 55 112 166 80% 37% North Ayrshire 290 190 55 10 40 25 55 35 90 135 528 399 528 430 55%78% 28%18% Moray Falkirk 155 70 115 30 235 6022,146 528 754 100%55% 78% 35% North Lanarkshire 0 0 0 0 240 238 528 0%28% North Ayrshire 290 55 40 55 90 Fife 360 85 245 0 45 733 1,286 77% 45% Orkney Islands 5 0 5 0 30 0 5 0 0 240 45 238 70 North Lanarkshire 2,146 82% 100% 80% 0% Glasgow City 890 460 335 110 735 2,528 2,695 65% 39%80% 36% Perth & Kinross 205 70 100 0 60 433 437 70% Orkney Islands 5 5 30 5 0 45 70 82% Highland 155 55 105 5771,279 1,352 85% 100%39% 30% Renfrewshire 0 205 225 70 195 100 5 100 0 255 424 433 Perth & Kinross 60 437 46%70% Inverclyde 275 0 110 0 85 467 467 99% 24% Scottish Borders 295 50 165 20 40 572 572 75% 41% Renfrewshire 0 225 195 5 0 424 1,279 46% 100% Midlothian 20 15 145 184 119 572 636 88%75% 91% 38%41% 87% Shetland Isles 30 295 0 50 35 165 10 200 45 405 119 572 Scottish Borders Moray 190 10 25 35 135 399 430 78% 18% South Ayrshire 50 25 80 5 315 477 496 93% 24% Shetland Isles 30 0 35 10 45 119 119 88% 38% North Ayrshire 55 40 90 1,063 477 5281,381 496 528 79%93% 55% 32%24% 28% South Lanarkshire 235 290 0 25 160 80 175 555 495 315 South Ayrshire 50 North Lanarkshire 0 0 0 0 240 238 2,146 100% 0% Stirling 405 20 0 35 85 542 542 63% 10% South Lanarkshire 235 0 160 175 495 1,063 1,381 79% 32% Orkney Islands 5 5 30 5 0 45 70 82% 80% West Dunbartonshire 400 25 20 30 100 571 571 68% 13% Stirling 405 20 0 35 85 542 542 63% 10% Perth & Kinross 205 70 60 433 780 571 437 42%68% 70% 21%13% 39% West Lothian 505 400 75 25 0 100 85 300 115 100 780 571 West Dunbartonshire 20 Renfrewshire 0 225 195 5 0 424 1,279 46% 100% SCOTLAND 6,220 505 1,678 75 3,458 0 1,090 85 4,401 115 16,847 78027,671 780 74%42% 37%21% West Lothian Scottish Borders 295 50 165 20 40 572 572 75% 41% SCOTLAND 6,220 1,678 3,458 1,090 4,401 16,847 27,671 74% 37% Shetland Isles 30 0 35 10 45 119 119 88% 38% Source: eSAY 2009 South Ayrshire 50 25 80 5 315 477 496 93% 24% Source: eSAY 2009 South Lanarkshire 235 0 160 175 495 1,063 1,381 79% 32% Notes: Stirling 405 20 0 35 85 542 542 63% 10% Notes: 1. *Disclosure control has been (controlled20rounding). not be true West Dunbartonshire 400 applied25 30 Published 100 zeros may/may 571 571 68% zeros.13% West1.Lothian 75 (controlled 0 rounding). 85 115 780 may/may 780 not be 42%true zeros. 21% *Disclosure control has505 been applied Published zeros SCOTLAND 6,220 1,678 3,458 1,090 4,401 16,847 27,671 74% 37%

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eSAY Statistics Release: Adults with Learning Disabilities (2009) Table B13: Further education (2009) Table B13: Further education (2009) Less 3 or Total adults Adults for Total in Not In Less 3 or forTotal adultswhom Adults for Total in than 3 more whom this education Not education, In currently than 3days more this for whom information whom this All education days as % of Local authority currently education, All in time not adults days days this information as % of Local authority per information is not in specified* time not per adults total education per per information is not total known adults education specified*week* week* is known week* week* is known known adults Aberdeen City 528 0 60 25 613 635 1,248 7% Table B13: Further education (2009) Aberdeen City 1,248 Aberdeenshire 472528 5 0 75 60 10 25 566613 841635 1,407 6%7% Aberdeenshire 1,407 Angus 296472 5 5 150 75 50 10 496566 25841 521 39%6% Less 3 or Total adults Adults for Total in Angus 296 5 150 50 496 25 521 39% Argyll & Bute 282 25 20 330 47 377 12% Not In 0 than 3 more for whom whom this education Argyll & Bute 282 0 25 20 330 47 377 12% Clackmannanshire 193 0 35 10 241 0 241 19% currently education, All this 0241 information %19% of Local authority Clackmannanshire 193 0 days 35 days 10 0 910241 as 0% Dumfries & Galloway 0 0 0 0 910 in time not adults per per information is not total Dumfries & Galloway 0 0 0 0 0 910 910 Dundee City 324 5 55 105 486 466 952 17%0% education specified* week* week* is known known adults Dundee City 324 5 55 105 486 466 952 17% East Ayrshire 129 0 10 20 160 362 522 6% East Ayrshire 129 0 10 20 160 362 522 East Dunbartonshire 296528 0 0 50 60 30 25 378613 33635 411 19%6% Aberdeen City 1,248 7% East Dunbartonshire 296 0 50 30 378 33 411 19% East Lothian 117472 40 5 10 75 0 10 163566 439841 602 8% Aberdeenshire 1,407 6% East Lothian 10 0 602 8% East Renfrewshire 69117 5 40 121163 177439 17% Angus 296 5 30150 15 50 496 25 298521 39% East Renfrewshire 69 298 17% Edinburgh 0282 90 5 0 30 0 15 88121 3,387177 3% Argyll & Bute 0 25 20 330 47 3,475377 12% Edinburgh 0 90 0 0 88 3,387 3,475 3% Eilean Siar 129193 0 0 5 35 10 10 141241 25 0 166241 9% Clackmannanshire 19% Eilean Siar 129 0 5 10 141 25 166 9% Falkirk 526 0 10 0 65 0 40 0 642 0 112910 754910 15%0% Dumfries & Galloway 526 10 70 65 35 40 642 112 1,286754 15% FifeFalkirk 677 10 794 492 9% Dundee City 324 5 55 105 486 466 952 17% Fife 677 10 70 35 794 492 1,286 Glasgow City 0129 0 0 0 10 0 20 0160 2,695362 2,695522 0%9% East Ayrshire 6% Glasgow City 0 0 0 0 2,695 1,352 2,695 0% Highland 448296 15 0 522378 830 6% East Dunbartonshire 0 45 50 15 30 33 411 19% Highland 45 15 1,352 Inverclyde 324448 45 15 459522 8830 29%6% East Lothian 117 40 45 10 45 0 163 439 467602 8% Inverclyde 324 45 45 45 459 8 636467 29% Midlothian 86 25 0 0 111 525 4% East Renfrewshire 69 5 30 15 121 177 298 17% Midlothian 525 636 Moray 393 860 5 25 0 00 0 00 399111 31 1%4% Edinburgh 90 88 3,387 430 3,475 3% Moray 393 5 0 0 399 31 430 North Ayrshire 410129 45 0 55 5 15 10 521141 7 25 528166 22%1% Eilean Siar 9% North Ayrshire 7 2,146528 22% North Lanarkshire 0410 0 45 0 55 0 15 0521 2,146112 0% Falkirk 526 10 65 40 642 754 15% North Lanarkshire 0 0 0 0 0 2,146 2,146 Orkney 30677 0 10 15 70 5 35 51794 19492 70 29%0% Fife Islands 1,286 9% Orkney Islands 70 29% Perth & Kinross 357 300 5 00 30 150 35 50 428 510 9 19 437 16% Glasgow City 2,695 2,695 0% Perth & Kinross 5 9 1,279437 16% Renfrewshire 0357 0 15 0 30 0 35 0428 1,279830 0% Highland 448 45 15 522 1,352 6% Renfrewshire 0 0 0 0 0 1,279 1,279 0% Scottish Borders 541 0 25 10 572 0 572 6% Inverclyde 324 45 45 45 459 8 467 29% Scottish Borders 0 15 25 0 119572 Shetland Isles 80541 20 25 0 100 119572 0525 29%6% Midlothian 86 0 111 636 4% Shetland Isles 80 0 496119 29% South Ayrshire 358393 0 205 105 150 35 00 496119 0 31 28% Moray 399 430 1% South Ayrshire 0 320105 175 35 28% South Lanarkshire 771358 5 45 1,275496 106 07 1,381496 36% North Ayrshire 410 55 15 521 528 22% South Lanarkshire 1,275 1,381 36% Stirling 4817710 0 50 453200 151750 542 0106 542 11% North Lanarkshire 0 2,146 2,146 0% Stirling 15 0 571542 11% West Dunbartonshire 488481 0 00 50 45 571542 0 19 14% Orkney Islands 30 15 30 5 51 70 29% West Dunbartonshire 30 14% West Lothian 736488 0 05 25 50 780571 0 09 780571 6% Perth & Kinross 357 30 20 35 428 437 16% West Lothian 736 0 25 20 780 0 780 SCOTLAND 9,541 0 334 01,422 0 768 0 12,065 0 15,606 9% 6% Renfrewshire 1,27927,671 1,279 0% SCOTLAND 9,541 334 1,422 768 12,065 15,606 27,671 9% Scottish Borders 541 0 25 10 572 0 572 6% Source: eSAY Shetland Isles2009 80 20 15 0 119 0 119 29% Source: eSAY 2009 South Ayrshire 358 0 105 35 496 0 496 28% Notes: South Lanarkshire 771 5 320 175 1,275 106 1,381 36% Notes: Stirling 481 applied (controlled 0 45 15 Published 542 11% 1. *Disclosure control has been rounding). zeros may/may0not be542 true zeros. 1.Dunbartonshire *Disclosure control has been applied 0(controlled Published be true zeros. West 488 50 rounding). 30 571 zeros may/may 0 not571 14% West Lothian 736 0 25 20 780 0 780 6% SCOTLAND 9,541 334 1,422 768 12,065 15,606 27,671 9%

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