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Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey, England 2019-20
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Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey, England 2019-20
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ISBN
9781801400008
Author
NHS Digital
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Publication Date
12 March 2021
Edition
2019-20
Format
Paperback
Extent
80 pages plus CD-ROM
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This report contains England level findings from the Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey (ASCS). User experience information is critical for understanding the impact of services, for enabling service user choice and for informing service development.

The eligible population for this survey covers all service users aged 18 and over in receipt, at the point that data are extracted, of long-term support services provided or commissioned by the council or an NHS health partner under Section 75 Agreements and part of a care/support plan following an assessment of need.

The survey asks service users questions about quality of life and what impact care and support services have on their quality of life. It also collects information about self-reported general health and well-being and these themes are covered in the six sections of the questionnaire:
  • Overall Satisfaction with Care and Support
  • Quality of Life
  • Knowledge and Information
  • Your Health
  • Layout of Home and Surrounding Area
  • Help from Others

This report focuses on some of the key findings from the mandatory questions from the survey, a summary on information about the service users and analysis on questions which have notable changes to the previous year. 


Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey, England 2018-19
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Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey, England 2018-19
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£17.50
ISBN
9781839720116
Author
NHS Digital
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
28 November 2019
Edition
2018-19
Format
Paperback
Extent
86 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This report contains findings from the Adult Social Care Survey 2018-19 (ASCS). The national survey takes place every year and is conducted by Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs).

The survey seeks the opinions of service users aged 18 and over in receipt of long-term support services funded or managed by social services and is designed to help the adult social care sector understand more about how services are affecting lives to enable choice and for informing service development.

Key Findings
  • Almost two thirds (64.3 per cent) of service users were very or extremely satisfied with the care and support they received. 2.0 per cent of service users were very or extremely dissatisfied with the care and support they received.
  • 58.5 per cent of service users in a residential care support setting report feeling they had as much social contact they want with people they like. Service users in the community reported the lowest levels of feeling they had as much social contact they want with people they like (41.9 per cent) and the highest levels of feeling socially isolated (7.3 per cent).
  • 63.0 per cent of service users who have as much social contact as they want, felt they were not anxious or depressed on the day they completed the survey, 4 per cent report they were extremely anxious or depressed. For service users that have little social contact and feel socially isolated, 16.3 per cent reported not feeling anxious or depressed and 36.7 per cent felt they were extremely anxious or depressed.
  • 43.7 per cent of service users reported they had never tried to find information or advice about support and services in the past year, this was a statistically significant increase from 25.8 per cent in 2017-18.
  • Almost half (48.0 per cent) of service users reported receiving regular practical help from someone living in another household. 40.8 per cent reported receiving help from someone living in their household. Around a fifth of service users (20.5 per cent) reported not receiving any regular practical help from a husband / wife, partner, friend, neighbour or family member.
 


Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey, England 2015-16
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Personal Social Services Adult Social Care Survey, England 2015-16
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£17.50
ISBN
9781783868063
Author
Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC)
Published by
Dandy Booksellers Ltd
Publication Date
9 November 2016
Edition
2015-16
Format
Paperback
Extent
76 pages
Dimensions
A4 (210 x 297 mm)

This report contains findings from the Adult Social Care Survey, 2015-16, with comparisons to 2014-15. This survey seeks to learn about how effectively services are helping service users to live safely and independently in their own homes, and the impact that these services are having on their quality of life.

Key findings
  • At 61.3 per cent, there has been a percentage point increase in the proportion of respondents reporting that having help makes them think and feel better about themselves. This statistically significant increase is based on 69,230 respondents in 2015-16 (Q10).
  • The proportion of respondents reporting that their families paid for additional care and support for them has increased from 9.5 per cent in 2014-15, to 10.4 per cent in 2015-16. This is a statistically significant increase based on 68,095 respondents in 2015-16 (Q20).
  • As illustrated below, 29.6 per cent of service users reported being able to get to all the places in their local area that they wanted. Additionally, 26.4 per cent of respondents indicated they did not leave their homes. These are a statistically significant reduction and increase respectively, compared to 2014-15 (Q18).
 



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