How many people are aged over 75? Over 90?
How many older people are likely to have Dementia?
How many of these older people have a recorded diagnosis of Dementia?
How many people are living with frailty?
How many older people are living in care homes?
Using data from a number of different sources it is possible to answer these questions, or at least make informed estimates.
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Source: Office for National Statistics (ONS) population estimate for 2015 published on 23 June 2016
Source: Office for National Statistics (ONS) population projections published October 2015.
Recorded dementia diagnoses
HSCIC collect data on the number of patients in England with a diagnosis of dementia recorded on their clinical record. This data is published monthly as part of the National Dementia Strategy and the Prime Minister’s Dementia Challenge, which aim to improve the national diagnosis rate of dementia.
Source: HSCIC Dementia data 2015-16
These Frailty prevalence estimates are based on demographic profile of practice (list size aged 65 and over), not on actual electronic Frailty Index output. Practices are able to compare eFI scores held on clinical system with these estimates.
Source: HSCIC data on GP Practice list size in April 2016 and estimated frailty prevalence by stage from recently published work on the Development and validation of an electronic frailty index using routine primary care electronic health record data
Care Home Population
Only locations with older people, adults or whole population listed as Service User Band have been included. Snapshot of CQC ratings as at 1 June 2016.
NB. Only locations with older people, adults or whole population listed as Service User Band have been included.
Source: Care Quality Commission (CQC) Care Directory with Ratings as at 1 June 2016