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Targeting need in Staffordshire

The data has highlighted examples of inequalities across Staffordshire, with those in more deprived areas consistently experiencing poorer outcomes. Efforts should be targeted towards those who experience the greatest levels of inequality and who demonstrate the highest levels of vulnerability. 

Geographical hotspots – matrix

Wards were assessed based on how they compared with England or Staffordshire for each of the indicators. Wards that performed worse than average:

  • for up to two of the indicators (low need), there were a total of 106 wards.

  • for three to four of the indicators (medium need), there were a total of 34 wards.

  • for five or more indicators (high need), there were a total of 24 wards.

View the Geographical Hotspots Matrix (117 KB)

Geographical hotspots - ward map

  • A map has been developed which identifies those wards which perform worst across the indicators chosen.

  • Wards identified with highest need were focussed mainly in urban areas of Burton, Newcastle, Cannock, Tamworth and Stafford.

  • Opportunity as part of strengths-based working to utilise community assets in supporting some of Staffordshire’s ‘at risk’ residents and families.

  • Consideration will be given to mapping community assets alongside areas of greatest need. 

View the Geographical Hotspots Ward Map (108 KB)

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