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Performance results 2017-18

The results of the adult social care outcomes framework (ASCOF) 2017-18 for Staffordshire can be seen below. The ASCOF is a mechanism which allows local authorities to measure progress against a number of national performance indicators.


 


 

Enhancing quality of life for people with care and support needs - people manage their own support as much as they wish, so that they are in control of what, how and when support is delivered to match their needs

1A - Social care related quality of life

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 19.0
     
  • England - 19.1

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 19.0
     
  • England - 19.1

Have we improved?

Results are the same.

1B - Proportion of people who use services who say they have control over their daily lives

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 81.1%
     
  • England - 77.7%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 76.4%
     
  • England - 77.7%

Have we improved?

No.

1C Part 1A - Proportion of users receiving long-term community support who received self-directed support

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 82.7%
     
  • England - 89.4%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 81.4%
     
  • England - 89.7%

Have we improved?

No.

1C Part 1B - Proportion of carers receiving carer-specific services who received self-directed support

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 92.9%
     
  • England - 83.1%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 100.0%
     
  • England - 83.4%

Have we improved?

Yes.

1C Part 2A - Proportion of users receiving long-term support who received direct payments or part direct payments

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 27.2%
     
  • England - 28.3%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 29.4%
     
  • England - 28.5%

Have we improved?

Yes.

1C Part 2B - Proportion of carers receiving carer-specific services who received direct payments or part direct payments

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 75.2%
     
  • England - 74.3%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 99.2%
     
  • England - 74.0%

Have we improved?

Yes.

1D - Carer reported quality of life *

2014-15

  • Staffordshire - 8.1
     
  • England - 7.9

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 8.3
     
  • England - 7.7

Have we improved?

Yes.


 

Enhancing quality of life for people with care and support needs - people are able to find employment when they want it, maintain a family and social life and contribute to community life, and avoid loneliness or isolation   Back to top

1E - Proportion of adults with learning disabilities in paid employment

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 2.2
     
  • England - 5.7

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 1.8
     
  • England - 6.0

Have we improved?

No.

1F - Proportion of adults in contact with secondary mental health services in paid employment

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - No data available
     
  • England - No data available

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 8.0%
     
  • England - 7.0%

1G - Proportion of adults with a learning disability who live in their own home or with their family

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 74.0%
     
  • England - 76.2%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 73.1%
     
  • England - 77.2%

Have we improved?

No.

1H - Proportion of adults in contact with secondary mental health services living independently, with or without support

2016-17

  • No data available
     
  • No data available

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 48.0%
     
  • England - 57.0%

1I Part 1 - Proportion of people who use services who reported that they had as much social contact as they would like

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 47.1%
     
  • England - 76.2%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 46.1%
     
  • England - 46.0%

Have we improved?

No.

1I Part 2 - Proportion of carers who reported they had as much social contact as they would like *

2014-15

  • Staffordshire - 41.6%
     
  • England - 38.5%

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 44.2%
     
  • England - 35.5%

Have we improved?

Yes.

1J - Adjusted social care quality of life - impact of adult social care services

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 0.4
     
  • England - 0.4

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 0.4
     
  • England - 0.4

Have we improved?

Results are the same.

 


 

 

Delaying and reducing the need for care and support   Back to top

2A Part 1 - Long-term support needs of younger adults (aged 18-64) met by admission to residential and nursing care homes per 100,000 population

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 12.2
     
  • England - 12.8

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 13.6
     
  • England - 14.0

Have we improved?

No.

2A Part 2 - Long-term support needs of older adults (aged 65 and over) met by admission to residential and nursing care homes per 100,000 population

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 634.2
     
  • England - 610.7

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 548.8
     
  • England - 585.6

Have we improved?

Yes.


 

Earlier diagnosis, intervention and reablement mean that people and their carers are less dependent on intensive services   Back to top

2B Part 1 - Proportion of older people (65 and over) who were still at home 91 days after discharge from hospital into reablement/rehabilitation services

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 85.8%
     
  • England - 82.5%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 91.1%
     
  • England - 82.9%

Have we improved?

Yes.

2B Part 2 - Proportion of people (65 and over) who received reablement/rehabilitation services after discharge from hospital

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 1.3%
     
  • England - 2.7%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 0.7%
     
  • England - 2.9%

Have we improved?

No.


 

When people develop care needs, the support they need takes place in the most appropriate setting, and enables them to regain their independence   Back to top

2C Part 1 - Delayed transfers of care from hospital per 100,000 population

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 21.4
     
  • England - 14.9

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 17.1
     
  • England - 12.3

Have we improved?

Yes.

2C Part 2 - Delayed transfers of care from hospital which are attributable to adult social care per 100,000 population

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 10.8
     
  • England - 6.3

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 7.9
     
  • England - 4.3

Have we improved?

Yes.

2C Part 3 - Delayed transfers of care from hospital that are jointly attributable to NHS and adult social care, per 100,000 population

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - No data available
     
  • England - No data available

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 0.6
     
  • England - 0.9

2D - Proportion of new clients who received a short-term service during the year where the sequel to service was either no ongoing support or support of a lower level

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 72.2%
     
  • England - 77.8%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 77.5%
     
  • England - 77.8%

Have we improved?

Yes.


 

Ensuring that people have a positive experience of care and support - People who use social care and their carers are satisfied with their experience of care and support services   Back to top

3A - Proportion of adults using services who are satisfied with the care and support they receive

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 67.3%
     
  • England - 64.7%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 66.6%
     
  • England - 65.0%

Have we improved?

No.

3B - Proportion of carers who are satisfied with social services *

2014-15

  • Staffordshire - 40.4%
     
  • England - 41.2%

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 43.9%
     
  • England - 39.0%

Have we improved?

Yes.

3C - Proportion of carers who report they have been included or consulted in discussion about the person they care for *

2014-15

  • Staffordshire - 74.7%
     
  • England - 72.3%

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 77.1%
     
  • England - 70.6%

Have we improved?

Yes.


 

Ensuring that people have a positive experience of care and support - People know what choices are available to them locally, what they are entitled to, and who to contact when they need help   Back to top

3D Part 1 - Proportion of people who use services who find it easy to find information about services

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 72.4%
     
  • England - 73.5%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 67.9%
     
  • England - 73.3%

Have we improved?

No.

3D Part 2 - Proportion of carers who find it easy to find information about services *

2014-15

  • Staffordshire - 66.6%
     
  • England - 65.5%

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 66.4%
     
  • England - 64.2%

Have we improved?

No.


 

 

Safeguarding adults whose circumstances make them vulnerable and protecting from avoidable harm   Back to top

4A - Proportion of people who use services who feel safe

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 71.7%
     
  • England - 70.1%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 68.5%
     
  • England - 69.9%

Have we improved?

No.

4B - Proportion of people who use services who say that those services have made them feel safe and secure

2016-17

  • Staffordshire - 85.5%
     
  • England - 86.4%

2017-18

  • Staffordshire - 81.7%
     
  • England - 86.3%

 

Carers   Back to top

* Please note: Carers survey is carried out every two years. Previous results relate to 2014. Latest survey was conducted in 2016


 

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