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					                                                                            Appendix 3




Improving the life chances of disabled
citizens In Salford
A well-being strategy for people with physical and/or sensory impairments


2009-2013


Demographics reference paper




                                           1
Background
No accurate data exists on the number of disabled people in the UK or the barriers that they face. As a result of
this figures tend to be used by way of ‘proxies’, for example, the Census provides figures of people who have a
limiting long-term illness, but not all disabled people are ill. Neighbourhood statistics provide information on the
number of people who claim benefits but not all disabled people claim benefits. In addition, most information is
not age specific, it covers people of all ages; and, most information is not impairment specific but covers people
who are physically disabled, have a sensory impairment, have learning disabilities or have or are recovering
from mental illness.
However, bearing in mind the low level of awareness of disability generally an indication of the scale of the issue
can often be helpful.




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Disabled people in the UK and the North West

DRC disability briefing
In May 2007, the Disability Rights Commission (DRC) published its Disability Briefing. This is based on data
from the April-June 2006 Labour Force Survey and the Family Resources Survey. It states that there are 6.9
million disabled people of working age in Britain, (men aged 16-64 and women aged 16-59), one fifth of the total
working age population.

The same statistics show that some 873,000 of this number, 21.3% of the region’s working age population, live
in the North West and Merseyside.
The DRC’s Disability Briefing states that:

There has been a gradual increase in the size of the working age disabled population over time, from 6.4 million
in 1999 to 6.9 million in 2006, a growth of 8% over a 7 year period. Over the same period, the non-disabled
population increased by 2%




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When the type of broad impairment category is examined:

Nature of Impairment                       % of
                                           Disabled
                                           People

Musculo-skeletal                           33.3

Sensory Impairments                        3.3

Circulation or digestive problems          16.8

Chest, breathing, skin problems or         12.5
allergies

Diabetes                                    6.1

Mental Health Difficulties                  9.4

Learning Difficulties                       2.6

Other Impairments                          15.4

April-June 1999 to 2006, not seasonally adjusted

Disability rates increase with age; only 9% of those aged 16-24 years have a current long-term disability
compared with about 44% in the 50 to retirement age category.



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This is because the vast majority of disabled people are not born with a disability they acquire their impairment.
This frequently happens when people are in their 30’s and 40’s, for example they may have a car accident as a
result of which they acquire a brain injury, they may have a stroke or a haemorrhage, or, they may acquire
Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease, Arthritis, Motor Neurone Disease, Diabetes etc. Some of the
impairments that people acquire are static, for example, spinal injury whilst others are progressive for example,
Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, hearing and sight loss. The needs of disabled people with progressive
conditions usually increase over time as their impairments become more severe, and many disabled people
need more support as they get older.

 Many disabled people work or want to work. Half of disabled people of working age, 3.5 million people, are in
  work and 1.3 million disabled people without a job, want to work.
 Since 1999, disabled people’s overall employment rate has increased steadily by 4 percentage points, from
  47% to 50%. Despite this, inequalities in the proportions of disabled and non-disabled people in work persists,
  with only half of disabled people in work, compared with over four fifths of the non-disabled population in
  work.
 Employment rates vary greatly according to the type of impairment a person has. They are lowest for people
  with mental health problems – only 21%. For people with learning difficulties, the employment rate is 26%.
 Disabled people in employment are more likely to work in manual and lower skilled occupations, and less
  likely to work in managerial, professional and high-skilled occupations.
 At £10.28 per hour, the average gross hourly pay of disabled employees is approximately 10% less than that
  of non-disabled employees (£11.30 per hour).
 Disabled people are still only half as likely as non disabled people to be qualified to degree level and are
  twice as likely as non disabled people to have no qualification at all. This pattern of inequality has not
  changed over time.


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 Disabled people continue to experience high rates of unemployment; the unemployment rate for disabled
  people in 2006 was 9% compared with 5% for non-disabled people.
 Nearly half of the disabled population of working age in Britain are economically inactive. However, one third
  of inactive disabled people would like to work, compared with just under one quarter of non-disabled people
 According to the LFS (Labour Force Survey), there are 2.4 million disabled people out of work and on state
  benefits; over one third of the total disabled population of working age.




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2001 census statistics

People with limiting long term illness (all ages and working age)
Area            All people     People with a        People with a      People of         People of
                               limiting long-       limiting long-     working age       working age
                               term illness         term illness (%)   with a limiting   with a limiting
                                                                       long-term         long-term
                                                                       illness           illness (%)

England &       52041916       9484856              18.23              4332572           13.56
Wales

North West      6729764        1394609              20.72              670148            16.4

Neighbourhood statistics


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Incapacity Benefit/Severe Disablement Allowance Claimants in 2007
Incapacity Benefit (IB) is payable to people who are incapable of work and is contributions based. Severe
Disablement Allowance (SDA) is payable to those people incapable of work who have paid insufficient
contributions for Incapacity Benefit. It is impossible to claim both benefits.

                            Total IB & SDA
                            Claimants

England & Wales             2747490

North West                   424170


Disability Living Allowance (DLA) Claimants in 2007
                            Total DLA

                            Claimants

England & Wales             2491050

North West                   440960




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Disabled people in Greater Manchester

People with limiting long term illness (all ages and working age)
District      All people    People with a People with a Working        People of        % of people
                            limiting long- limiting long- age          working age      of working
                            term illness   term illness   population   (16-74) with a   age (16-74)
                                           (%)                         limiting long-   with a
                                                                       term illness     limiting long-
                                                                                        term illness*
                                                                       *

Bolton        261037        53084         20.34          158204        38144            25.8

Bury          180608        34264         18.97          109545        24402            23.2

Manchester    392819        84507         21.51          237681        63139            28.5

Oldham        217273        44064         20.28          130675        32157            26.7

Rochdale      205357        42330         20.61          123705        31379            27.6

Salford       216103        49312         22.82          127356        32237            26.8

Stockport     284528        50298         17.68          171749        25732            20.5




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District       All people     People with a People with a Working        People of        % of people
                              limiting long- limiting long- age          working age      of working
                              term illness   term illness   population   (16-74) with a   age (16-74)
                                             (%)                         limiting long-   with a
                                                                         term illness     limiting long-
                                                                                          term illness*
                                                                         *

Tameside       213043         44457          20.87          130049       35856            30

Trafford       210145         37241          17.72          127929       34271            20.1

Wigan          301415         67308          22.33          187665       51089            30.2

TOTAL          2482328        506865         20.42          1504558      368406           26.1

*(Source: Census Tables – NOMIS)
2001 Census Standard Table provided by Planning and Manchester Enterprises and AGMA




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Neighbourhood statistics

Incapacity Benefit/Severe Disablement Allowance Claimants in 2007 by District
Incapacity Benefit is payable to people who are incapable of work and is contributions based. Severe
Disablement Allowance is payable to those people incapable of work who have paid insufficient contributions for
Incapacity Benefit. It is impossible to claim both benefits.

District           Working        IB and SDA    % of
                   age            Claimants     working age
                   population                   population

Bolton             158204         16445         10.4

Bury               109545         9705           8.9

Manchester         237681         35790         15.1

Oldham             130675         13525         10.4

Rochdale           123705         14690         11.8

Salford            127356         16505         13.0

Stockport          171749         11915          6.9




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District       Working      IB and SDA   % of
               age          Claimants    working age
               population                population

Tameside       130049       14355        11.0

Trafford       127929       9510         7.4

Wigan          187665       21180        11.3

TOTAL          1504558      163620       10.9



Disability Living Allowance Claimants by District 2006
District       Working      DLA          % of
               age          Claimants    working age
               population                population

Bolton         158204       16560        10.5

Bury           109545       9790         8.9

Manchester     237681       30320        12.8




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District    Working      DLA         % of
            age          Claimants   working age
            population               population

Oldham      130675       13040       10.0

Rochdale    123705       13190       10.7

Salford     127356       16770       13.2

Stockport   171749       12620       7.3

Tameside    130049       13530       10.4

Trafford    127929       1000        0.8

Wigan       187665       21430       11.4

TOTAL       1504558      157250      10.5




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    Disabled people in Salford

    2001 census statistics

    Population Figures
Ward        All    Age 0-4   Age     Age   Age   Age     Age   Age   Age     Age   Age   Age        Age     Age   Age       Ag     Age
            peop   (%)       5-7     8-9   10-14 15      16-   18-   20-     25-   30-44 45-59      60-     65-74 75-       e      90+
            le               (%)     (%)   (%)   (%)     17    19    24      29    (%)   (%)        64      (%)   84        85-    (%)
                                                         (%)   (%)   (%)     (%)                    (%)           (%)       89
                                                                                                                            (%)

Barton      1206   763       444     337 773       143 289 248 685           925 2881      2050     573     981     696     175    106
            9      (6.3)     (3.7)   (2.8) (6.4)   (1.2) (2.4) (2.1) (5.7)   (7.7) (23.9   (17.0)   (4.7)   (8.1)   (5.8)   (1.4   (0.9)
                                                                                   )                                        )


Boothstown 9801    637       357     301 637       125 247 190 445           698 2681      2055     399     606     329     65     30
& Ellenbrook       (6.5)     (3.6)   (3.1) (6.5)   (1.3) (2.5) (1.9) (4.5)   (7.1) (27.4   (21.0)   (4.1)   (6.2)   (3.4)   (0.7   (0.3)
                                                                                   )                                        )


Broughton   1186   867       553     366 776       176 304 418 1016          798 2256      1833     561     967     699     175    105
            8      (7.3)     (4.7)   (3.1) (6.5)   (1.5) (2.6) (3.5) (8.6)   (6.7) (19.0   (15.4)   (4.7)   (8.1)   (5.9)   (1.5   (0.9)
                                                                                   )                                        )

Cadishead   9291   594       402     297 671       138 240 216 547           545 2102      1665     457     772     481     112    53
                   (6.4)     (4.3)   (3.2) (7.2)   (1.5) (2.6) (2.3) (5.9)   (5.9) (22.6   (17.9)   (4.9)   (8.3    (5.2)   (1.2   (0.6)



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Ward         All    Age 0-4   Age     Age   Age   Age     Age    Age   Age    Age   Age   Age        Age     Age   Age       Ag      Age
             peop   (%)       5-7     8-9   10-14 15      16-    18-   20-    25-   30-44 45-59      60-     65-74 75-       e       90+
             le               (%)     (%)   (%)   (%)     17     19    24     29    (%)   (%)        64      (%)   84        85-     (%)
                                                          (%)    (%)   (%)    (%)                    (%)           (%)       89
                                                                                                                             (%)

                                                                                    )                                        )

Claremont    1048   515       323     254 709       165 303 278 662           629 2335      1986     545     965     610     133     75
             6      (4.9)     (3.1)   (2.4) (7.8)   (1.6) (2.9) (2.7) (6.3)   (6.0) (22.3   (18.9)   (5.2)   (9.2)   (5.8)   (1.3    (0.7)
                                                                                    )                                        )

Eccles       1030   414       307     231 636       121 231 195 599           680 2212      1965     531     1020    817     188     126
             0      (4.3)     (3.0)   (2.2) (6.2)   (1.2) (2.2) (1.9) (5.8)   (6.6) (21.5   (19.1)   (5.2)   (9.9    (7.9)   (1.8    (1.2)
                                                                                    )                                        )

Irlam        9870   632       450     325 776       156 245 244 521           614 2306      1624     554     833     443     95      49
                    (6.4)     (4.6)   (3.3) (7.9)   (1.6) (2.5) (2.5) (5.3)   (6.2) (23.4   (16.5)   (5.6)   (8.4    (4.5)   (1.0    (0.5)
                                                                                    )                                        )

Irwell       1151   586       342     204 471       84    167 104 2151 112 2301             1382     376     722     452     90      17
Riverside    8      (5.1)     (3.0)   (1.8) (4.1)   (0.7) (1.4) 8     (18.7 5     (20.0     (12.0)   (3.3)   (6.3    (3.9)   (0.8    (0.1)
                                                                (9.1) )     (9.8) )                                          )

Kersal       1130   936       592     441 1015      216 368 331 707           679 2053      1722     406     850     710     189     83
             7      (8.3)     (5.2)   (3.9) (9.0)   (1.9) (3.3) (2.9) (6.3)   (6.0) (18.2   (15.2)   (3.6)   (7.5)   (6.3)   (1.8)   (0.7)
                                                                                    )

Langworthy   1239   564       331     256   695     154   269    421   1370 777     2708    2116     614     1252 764        143     61
                                                                       (11.1        (21.8                    (10.1



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Ward            All    Age 0-4   Age     Age   Age   Age     Age    Age   Age    Age   Age   Age        Age     Age   Age       Ag      Age
                peop   (%)       5-7     8-9   10-14 15      16-    18-   20-    25-   30-44 45-59      60-     65-74 75-       e       90+
                le               (%)     (%)   (%)   (%)     17     19    24     29    (%)   (%)        64      (%)   84        85-     (%)
                                                             (%)    (%)   (%)    (%)                    (%)           (%)       89
                                                                                                                                (%)

                5      (4.6)     (2.7)   (2.1) (5.6)   (1.2) (2.2) (3.4) )       (6.3) )       (16.3)   (5.0)   )       (6.2    (1.2)   (0.5)

Little Hulton   1271   881       635     444 999       206 408 309 716           783 2551      2008     592     1189    815     118     61
                5      (6.9)     (5.0)   (3.5) (7.9)   (1.6) (3.2) (2.4) (5.6)   (6.2) (20.1   (15.8)   (4.7)   (9.4)   (6.4    (0.9)   (0.5)
                                                                                       )

Ordsall         6567   314       205     142 337       62    126 121 703       900     1546    1030     294     483     250     39      14
                       (4.8)     (3.1)   (2.2) (5.1)   (0.9) (1.9) (1.8) (10.7 (13.    (23.5   (15.7)   (4.5)   (7.4)   (3.8    (0.6)   (0.2)
                                                                         )     7)      )

Pendlebury      1150   636       391     300 788       158 324 332 790           665 2703      1987     617     1003    660     121     25
                1      (5.5)     (3.4)   (2.6) (6.9)   (1.4) (2.8) (2.9) (6.9)   (5.8) (23.5   (17.3)   (5.4)   (8.7)   (5.7)   (1.1)   (0.2)
                                                                                       )

Swinton         1100   603       384     290 648       146 247 210 597           754 2420      2054     681     1077    695     137     57
North           2      (5.5)     (3.5)   (2.6) (5.9)   (1.3) (2.2) (1.9) (5.4)   (6.9) (22.0   (18.7)   (6.2)   (9.8)   (6.3    (1.2)   (0.5)
                                                                                       )

Swinton         1099   595       362     282 780       176 297 253 606           710 2475      2044     535     932     699     156     95
South           5      (5.4)     (3.3)   (2.6) (7.1)   (1.6) (2.7) (2.3) (5.5)   (6.5) (22.5   (18.6)   (4.9)   (8.5)   (6.4)   (1.4)   (0.9)
                                                                                       )

Walkden         1124   677       489     339   778     180   303    276   669    728   2467    1944     493     863     807     150     80
                                                                                       (21.9



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Ward         All    Age 0-4   Age     Age   Age   Age     Age   Age   Age     Age   Age   Age        Age     Age   Age       Ag      Age
             peop   (%)       5-7     8-9   10-14 15      16-   18-   20-     25-   30-44 45-59      60-     65-74 75-       e       90+
             le               (%)     (%)   (%)   (%)     17    19    24      29    (%)   (%)        64      (%)   84        85-     (%)
                                                          (%)   (%)   (%)     (%)                    (%)           (%)       89
                                                                                                                             (%)

North        3      (6.0)     (4.3)   (3.0) (6.9)   (1.6) (2.7) (2.5) (6.0)   (6.5) )       (17.3)   (4.4)   (7.7)   (7.2)   1.3)    (0.7)

Walkden      1017   460       361     252 652       134 290 231 492           580 2245      2146     549     951     642     119     68
South        2      (4.5)     (3.5)   (2.5) (6.4)   (1.3) (2.9) (2.3) (4.8)   (5.7) (22.1   (21.1)   (5.4)   (9.3)   (6.3)   (1.2)   (0.7)
                                                                                    )

Weaste       1087   532       358     280 724       148 306 267 743           678 2267      1984     548     1054    763     148     73
Seedley      5      (4.9)     (3.3)   (2.6) (6.7)   (1.4) (2.8) (2.5) (6.8)   (6.2) (20.8   (18.2)   (5.0)   (9.7)   (7.0)   (1.4)   (0.7)
                                                                                    )

Winton       1220   841       578     413 972       224 349 285 705           830 2685      1933     575     971     653     125     61
             1      (6.9)     (4.7)   (3.4) (8.0)   (1.8) (2.9) (2.3) (5.8)   (6.8) (22.0   (15.8)   (4.7)   (8.0)   (5.4)   (1.0)   (0.5)
                                                                                    )

Worsley      9966   461       313     241 574       131 226 195 410           519 2177      2156     614     1070 638        157     85
                    (4.6)     (3.1)   (2.4) (5.8)   (1.3) (2.3) (2.0) (4.1)   (5.2) (21.8   (21.6)   (6.2)   (10.7 (6.4)     (1.6)   (0.9)
                                                                                    )                        )

Salford      2161   12535     8177    599 1441      304 553 606 1513          146 4737      37584 1051       1856    1262    2644    1324
             42     (5.8)     (3.8)   5     1       3     9     8     4       17    1       (17.4) 4         1       3       (1.2)   (0.6)
                                      (2.8) (6.7)   (1.4) (2.6) (2.8) (7.0)   (6.8) (21.9          (4.9)     (8.6)   (5.8)
                                                                                    )

     Compiled by the Information Group, Development Planning using re-based 2001 Census data


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People with limiting long term illness (all ages and working age)
Ward        All    People % of total Working        People     % of         All    Households      %
            people with     ward       age          of         working      house- with one or
                   limiting population population   working    age          holds more person
                   long-                            age        population          with a limiting
                   term                             with                           long-term
                   illness                          limiting                       illness
                                                    long-
                                                    term
                                                    illness

Barton      12049   2915    24.19      7365         1499       20.4         5697   2313           40.6

Boothstown 9811     1311    13.36      6516         665        10.2         3864   1034           26.7
&                                                                                                 6
Ellenbrook

Broughton   11870   3344    28.17      6905         1777       25.7         5222   2536           48.5
                                                                                                  6

Cadishead   9260    1828    19.74      5543         879        15.9         3901   1464           37.5
                                                                                                  3

Claremont   10476   2094    19.99      6465         932        14.4         4270   1615           37.8
                                                                                                  2



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Ward        All    People % of total Working        People     % of         All    Households      %
            people with     ward       age          of         working      house- with one or
                   limiting population population   working    age          holds more person
                   long-                            age        population          with a limiting
                   term                             with                           long-term
                   illness                          limiting                       illness
                                                    long-
                                                    term
                                                    illness

Eccles      10305   2612    25.35      6147         1106       18.0         4762   1943           40.8

Irlam       9878    1987    20.12      5831         943        16.2         4027   1563           38.8
                                                                                                  1

Irwell      11521   2319    20.13      8362         1348       16.1         4708   1856           39.4
Riverside                                                                                         2

Kersal      11321   2159    19.07      6063         924        15.2         4418   1658           37.5
                                                                                                  3

Langworthy 12411    3626    29.22      7868         1921       24.4         6504   3012           46.3
                                                                                                  1

Little      12722   3481    27.36      7071         1741       24.6         5450   2678           49.1
Hulton                                                                                            4



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Ward      All    People % of total Working        People     % of         All    Households      %
          people with     ward       age          of         working      house- with one or
                 limiting population population   working    age          holds more person
                 long-                            age        population          with a limiting
                 term                             with                           long-term
                 illness                          limiting                       illness
                                                  long-
                                                  term
                                                  illness

Ordsall   6591     1697   25.75      4573         989        21.6         3535   1382           39.0
                                                                                                9

Pendlebury 11497   2769   24.08      7109         1409       19.8         4879   2105           43.1
                                                                                                4

Swinton   10984    2620   23.85      6622         1233       18.6         4922   2050           41.6
North                                                                                           5

Swinton   10990    2435   22.16      6653         1099       16.5         4581   1828           39.9
South

Walkden   11219    2785   24.82      6634         1351       20.4         5059   2275           44.9
North                                                                                           7

Walkden   10170    2070   20.35      6259         934        14.9         4308   1639           38.0



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Ward         All    People % of total Working          People     % of         All    Households      %
             people with     ward       age            of         working      house- with one or
                    limiting population population     working    age          holds more person
                    long-                              age        population          with a limiting
                    term                               with                           long-term
                    illness                            limiting                       illness
                                                       long-
                                                       term
                                                       illness

South                                                                                                5

Weaste       10874    2824     25.97       6519        1288       19.8         4848       2191       45.1
Seedley                                                                                              9

Winton       12197    2749     22.54       7075        1402       19.8         5139       2176       42.3
                                                                                                     4

Worsley      9954     1686     16.94       5990        654        10.9         4143       1331       32.1
                                                                                                     33

Salford      216100 49311      22.82       131570      24094      18.3         94237      38649      41.0
                                                                                                     1



Compiled by the Information Group, Development Planning using re-based 2001 Census data


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Unpaid Care
Ward           All people All people   Unpaid      %       Unpaid      %       Unpaid    %
                          who          care 1-19           care 20 –           care 50+
                          provide      hours per           49 hours            hours per
                          unpaid       week                per week            week
                          care

Barton         12049      1261         718         56.94   198         15.7    345      27.36

Boothstown &   9811       961          713         74.19   87          9.05    161      16.75
Ellenbrook

Broughton      11870      1065         539         50.61   172         16.15   354      33.24

Cadishead      9260       1012         623         61.56   107         10.57   282      27.87

Claremont      10476      1137         795         69.92   127         11.17   215      18.91

Eccles         10305      1128         730         64.72   146         12.94   251      22.25

Irlam          9878       1029         624         60.64   129         12.54   276      26.82

Irwell         11521      900          509         56.56   139         15.44   253      28.11
Riverside

Kersal         11321      1127         760         67.44   100         8.87    268      23.78



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Ward            All people All people   Unpaid      %       Unpaid      %       Unpaid    %
                           who          care 1-19           care 20 –           care 50+
                           provide      hours per           49 hours            hours per
                           unpaid       week                per week            week
                           care

Langworthy      12411      1129         637         56.42   172         15.23   321      28.43

Little Hulton   12722      1372         692         50.44   223         16.25   458      33.38

Ordsall         6591       595          314         52.77   95          15.97   186      31.26

Pendlebury      11497      1188         711         59.85   151         12.71   326      27.44

Swinton North   10984      1216         727         59.79   173         14.23   315      25.9

Swinton South   10990      1118         692         61.9    163         14.58   263      23.52

Walkden North   11219      1212         710         58.58   185         15.26   317      26.16

Walkden         10170      1287         882         68.53   139         10.8    266      20.67
South

Weaste          10874      1158         688         59.41   139         12.0    331      28.58
Seedley

Winton          12197      1301         740         56.88   201         15.45   359      27.59



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Ward            All people All people    Unpaid           %         Unpaid      %      Unpaid    %
                           who           care 1-19                  care 20 –          care 50+
                           provide       hours per                  49 hours           hours per
                           unpaid        week                       per week           week
                           care

Worsley         9954        1247         957              76.74     119         9.54   170      13.63

Salford         216100      22443        13761            61.30     2965        13.2   5717     25.50

Compiled by the Information Group, Development Planning using re-based 2001 Census data



Economic Status
Ward                       All people 16 –     Sick/Disabled (%)
                           74

Barton                     8624                935                10.84

Boothstown & Ellenbrook    7320                294                4.02

Broughton                  8143                1268               15.57

Cadishead                  6548                484                7.39



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Ward               All people 16 –   Sick/Disabled (%)
                   74

Claremont          7695              489           6.35

Eccles             7442              683           9.18

Irlam              6956              549           7.89

Irwell Riverside   9271              858           9.25

Kersal             7110              524           7.37

Langworthy         9424              1347          14.29

Little Hulton      8561              1192          13.92

Ordsall            5224              644           12.33

Pendlebury         8411              795           9.45

Swinton North      8045              775           9.63

Swinton South      7849              627           7.99

Walkden North      7736              812           10.5




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Ward                       All people 16 –   Sick/Disabled (%)
                           74

Walkden South              7483              534             7.14

Weaste Seedley             7845              854            10.89

Winton                     8339              839            10.06

Worsley                    7353              299             4.07

Salford                    155379            14802           9.53

Compiled by the Information Group, Development Planning using re-based 2001 Census data




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Neighbourhood statistics

Incapacity Benefit/Severe Disablement Allowance Claimants in 2007 by ward
Incapacity Benefit is payable to people who are incapable of work and is contributions based. Severe
Disablement Allowance is payable to those people incapable of work who have paid insufficient contributions for
Incapacity Benefit. It is impossible to claim both benefits.

Ward              Total IB and
                  SDA claimants

Barton            965

Blackfriars       965

Broughton         985

Cadishead         510

Claremont         695

Eccles            855

Irlam             530

Kersal            740


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Ward            Total IB and
                SDA claimants

Langworthy      820

Little Hulton   1035

Ordsall         665

Pendlebury      1030

Pendleton       1175

Swinton North   805

Swinton South   580

Walkden North   865

Walkden South   730

Weaste and      830
Seedley

Winton          1115




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Ward            Total IB and
                SDA claimants

Worsley and     375
Boothstown

Salford         16270

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2001 ward boundaries

Disability Living Allowance Claimants in May 2007 by ward
Ward            DLA

                Claimants

Barton          890

Blackfriars     720

Broughton       835

Cadishead       605

Claremont       790

Eccles          910

Irlam           695

Kersal          715

Langworthy      700

Little Hulton   1275



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Ward             DLA
                 Claimants

Ordsall          650

Pendlebury        1110

Pendleton        945

Swinton North    895

Swinton South    695

Walkden North     1015

Walkden South     1030

Weaste/Seedley   960

Winton            1095

Worsley and      535
Boothstown

Salford          17065

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Local statistics

Index of Multiple Deprivation
Salford is home to 216,000 people. The 2004 Index of Multiple Deprivation places Salford in 12th position out of
354 districts (where 1st is the most deprived), which means that the city is within the 4% most deprived of all
districts in England.

A new classification of deprivation has come out – IMD 2007. Salford is now ranked the 15th most deprived local
authority area in England, (based on 2007 Index of Deprivation). Previously, Salford was the 12th based on IMD
2004. Our relative position in the country has improved, though it is not clear how much of this is due to
worsening in other areas. According to IMD 2007, Salford has a deprivation score of 36.5 and is the second
most deprived local authority area in Greater Manchester (second only to Manchester itself).

Only a relatively small minority of disabled people receive social care services. Local Authority social care
services supported 1010 adults (18-64 yrs) to live at home in November 2007: over 700 through the provision of
equipment and 236 with domiciliary or community support. 100 people used direct payments.

Some people receive more than one service:

 Intermediate home care                 4
 Home care (long term)                  135
 Community support                      29
 Daycare                                48
 Meals service                          5


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 Direct payments                        100
 Respite care / short break             6
 Professional support                   69
 Long term residential / nursing care   60
 Extra care housing                     9
Known to the service are:

 223 profoundly deaf people, of whom 159 are under 65.
 1,034 people who are registered as hard of hearing, 182 of whom are under 65.
 989 people who are registered as blind, 260 of whom are under 65.
 1055 people who are registered as partially sighted, 189 of whom are under 65.
 175 people who are registered as Deaf/blind, of whom 22 are under 65.
 20 adults aged 18-65 are in receipt of funding from the Independent Living Fund.




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Referrals, Assessments and reassessments


Service Area                     Assessments        Reassessments



Sensory                          275                94
Community Occupational Therapy   1629               3259

Wheelchair                       651                Not applicable




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