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Scotland's Wellbeing: national outcomes for disabled people

Published: 31 Jul 2019

Analysis of the National Performance Framework (NPF) outcome indicators from the perspective of disability.

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Scotland's Wellbeing: national outcomes for disabled people
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Table of Figures

Figure 1.1 Prevalence of long-term conditions, limiting and non-limiting, among adults (aged 16 and over) and children (aged under 16). Source: Scottish Health Survey, 2017

Figure 1.2 Type of limiting long-term condition – as a percentage of all limiting long-term conditions – among disabled adults. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 1.3 Type of limiting long-term condition – as a percentage of all limiting long-term conditions – among disabled children. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 1.4 Prevalence of limiting long-term health condition by age decile. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 1.5 Prevalence of limiting long-term health conditions, by age and gender. Source: Scottish Health Survey, 2017

Figure 1.6 Prevalence of liming long-term illness among adults, by SIMD quintile. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 1.7 Prevalence of limiting long-term illness among adults, by equivalised income. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 1.8 Prevalence of limiting long-term illness by ethnicity, 2011. Source: Scottish Census 2011

Figure 2.1 The proportion of children aged 4-12 who had a borderline or abnormal total difficulties score, for 2013-16, as assessed in the Scottish Health Survey, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 2.2 Percentage of children living in severe and relative poverty after housing costs, by whether family has a disabled member or not, for the period 2015-18. Source: Poverty and Income Inequality in Scotland: 2015-2018

Figure 3.1 The percentage of adults who rate their neighbourhood as a very good place to live, by disability, from 1999-2015. Source: Scottish Household Survey 1999-2015

Figure 3.2 Proportion of adults who live within a 5 minute walk of their local green or blue space, by disability, from 2013-17. Source: Scottish Household Survey 2013-2017

Figure 3.3 Perceptions of changes in the local crime-rate in the last two years, by disability. Source: Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2017-18

Figure 3.4 Percentage of respondents who have been victims of crime, by crime type and disability. Source: Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2017-18

Figure 3.5 Percentage of participants in sample who are worried about specific crimes in 2017-18, by disability. All figures show statistically significant differences. Source: Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2017-18

Figure 3.6 Percentage of participants who believe specific crimes are likely to happen to them in the next 12 months, in 2017-18, by disability. Divided into significant and non-significant differences. Source: Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2017-18

Figure 3.7 Experience of discrimination and harassment by presence of a long-term physical/mental health condition, 2013-17. Source: Scottish Household Survey
2013-2017

Figure 4.1 The percentage of adults who have attended or visited a cultural event or place in the last 12 months, 2013-17, by disability. Source: Scottish Household Survey 2014-18

Figure 4.2 The percentage of adults who have attended or visited a cultural event or place in the last 12 months, 2013-17, by disability (major reduced daily capacity and minor reduced daily capacity). Source: Scottish Household Survey 2014-18

Figure 4.3 The percentage of adults who have participated in a cultural activity
in the last  12 months, 2013-17, by disability. Source: Scottish Household Survey 2014-18

Figure 4.4 The percentage of adults who have participated in a cultural activity in the last 12 months, 2013-17, by disability (major reduced daily capacity and minor reduced daily capacity). Source: Scottish Household Survey 2014-18

Figure 6.1 Participation in employment, education or training, by disability. From Annual Participation Measure for 16-19 year olds, 2016-2018. Source: Skills Development Scotland 2018

Figure 6.2 Proportion of adults aged 16-64 with low or no qualifications at SCQF level 4 or below, 2004-2018, by disability. Grey area indicates missing data. Source Annual Population Survey (Jan-Dec), Office for National Statistics 2018

Figure 6.3  Highest Qualification, by disability. Source: Labour Force Survey 2018

Figure 6.4 Destinations of those leaving school from publicly funded secondary schools with positive destinations, 2017/18 by whether a disability was declared or assessed. Source: Summary Statistics for Attainment and Initial Leaver Destinations, 2019

Figure 6.5 Percentage of Students leaving for Different Positive Destinations, by disability, in 2017/18. Source: Summary Statistics for Attainment and Initial Leaver Destinations, 2019

Figure 6.6 Students at Scottish Higher Education providers, by disability, per year. Source: Higher Education Statistics Authority data from 2013/14 to 2017/18

Figure 8.1 Proportions of workers paid below the living wage in 2014, by disability and disability category. Source: EHRC, based on data from the Labour Force Survey 1997-2014

Figure 8.2 Employment Rate, by disability and age, in 2018. Source: Annual Population Survey 2018

Figure 9.1 Average score on the Warwick-Edinburgh Wellbeing Scale in 2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 9.2 Percentage of adults with two or more health risk behaviours in 2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 9.3 Percentage of the population meeting the recommendations for physical activity in 2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 9.4 Proportion of adults usually travelling to work by public or active transport, 2013-17 by disability. Source: Scottish Household Survey 2017

Figure 9.5 Distribution of BMIs under and over 25, in 2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 9.6. Distribution of weights, among children in 2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 10.1 Percentage of Respondents who are very or fairly satisfied with the local services, 2007-2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Household Survey 2007-17

Figure 10.2 Percentage of people who agree with the statement 'I can influence decisions in my local area', 2007-2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Household Survey 2007-17

Figure 10.3 Proportion of adults confident that the Scottish Criminal Justice System makes sure everyone has access to the justice system if they need it, 2017-18, by disability. Source: Scottish Crime & Justice Survey 2017/18

Figure 12.1 The proportion of individuals living in private households with an equivalised income of less than 60% of the UK median after housing costs, 2012-17, by whether family has a disabled person. Source: Poverty and income inequality in Scotland: 2015-18

Figure 12.2 The proportion of households in unmanageable debt, either excessive debt repayments or arrears on commitments, or high debt levels relative to annual income, 2010-16, by presence of a disabled person in the household. Source: Wealth and Assets Survey 2018

Figure 12.3 The proportion of adults reporting that, at some point in the previous 12 months, they were worried they would run out of food because of a lack of money or other resource, in 2017, by disability. Source: Scottish Health Survey 2017

Figure 12.4 Levels of Material Deprivation by Disability, 2013. Source:.EU-SILC, Eurostat. Sourced from New Policy Institute 2016


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