Number of council-supported permanent admissions of younger adults (aged 18-64) to residential and nursing care divided by the size of the younger adult population (aged 18-64) in the area multiplied by 100,000. People counted as a permanent admission include:
Residents where the local authority makes any contribution to the costs of care, no matter how trivial the amount and irrespective of how the balance of these costs are met;
Supported residents in: o Local authority-staffed care homes for residential care; o Independent sector care homes for residential care; o Registered care homes for nursing care; and, o Residential or nursing care which is of a permanent nature and where the intention is that the spell of care should not be ended by a set date.
For people classified as permanent residents, the care home would be regarded as their normal place of residence.
Where a person who is normally resident in a care home is temporarily absent at 31 March (e.g. through temporary hospitalisation) and the local authority is still providing financial support for that placement, the person should be included in the numerator.
Trial periods in residential or nursing care homes where the intention is that the stay will become permanent should be counted as permanent.
Whether a resident or admission is counted as permanent or temporary depends on the intention of the authority making the placement.
Data source: Adult Social Care Combined Activity Return (ASC-CAR)
03 Apr 2020
Also known as
Permanent admissions of younger adults (aged 18 to 64) to residential and nursing care homes, per 100,000 population
Per 100,000 population
Permanent admissions of adults to residential and nursing care homes