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Proportion of people who use services who have control over their daily life (Pre 2014-15) (1092) Metric type

URI
http://id.esd.org.uk/metricType/1092
Help text
This is the proportion of respondents to the Adult Social Care Survey who felt they had control over their daily life by answering 1 or 2 to the question: 'Which of the following statements best describes how much control you have over your daily life?', to which the following answers are possible:
  • 1. I have as much control over my daily life as I want
  • 2. I have adequate control over my daily life
  • 3. I have some control over my daily life but not enough
  • 4. I have no control over my daily life.

    The measure gives an overall indication of the reported outcome for individuals - it does not, at present, identify the specific contribution of councils' adult social care towards the outcome.

    Data source: Adult Social Care Survey (ASCS).
  • Modified
    03 Apr 2020
    Also known as
    • ASCOF 1B
    Short label
    % of users who have control over their daily life (Pre 2014-15)
    Status
    Discontinu
    Output precision
    1
    Polarity
    a high value is good
    Measure
    Per cent
    Dataset
    People who use services who have control over their daily life
    Collection
    Measures from the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework, England
    Source
    NHS Digital
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