local government benchmarking framework improvement service solace cosla

Indicators

Indicator: Adult Social Care

Using this section

All the indicators relating to this service are are listed below. When you select the indicator you are interested in, some information about what the indicator covers will appear to the right of the list. You can view or download a numerical table for the data plus supporting graphs.

A full technical explanation for each indicator is also available and each includes links to the relevant underpinning data used to populate the indicators. The full technical details can be downloaded below.

What has changed?

Please note, the table below contains Scottish average figures, and the cost indicators have been calculated to take into account the impact of inflation over that time.

Overall, in the five years covered by the data, the following key changes have occurred:


Indicator description average 2010-11 average 2011-12 average 2012-13 average 2013-14 average 2014-15 average 2015-16 change in value % change in value
Home Care costs per hour for people aged 65 or over £ 21.60 20.92 21.21 20.65 20.33 21.22 -0.4 -1.8
Self Directed Support spend on people aged 18 or over as a % of total social work spend on adults % 1.58 2.97 5.92 6.40 6.85 6.61 5.0 ---
Percentage of people aged 65 or over with intensive needs receiving care at home % 32.2 33.0 34.1 34.3 35.3 34.8 2.5 ---
Residential costs per week per resident for people aged 65 or over £ 416.8 421.4 385.0 368.5 375.2 365.0 -51.8 -12.4
Percentage of adults receiving any care or support who rate it as excellent or good % --- --- --- --- 84.0 81.0 -3.0 ---
Percentage of adults supported at home who agree that their services and support had an impact in improving or maintaining their quality of life % --- --- --- --- 85.0 84.0 -1.0 ---

Indicator: Adult Social Care
SW 1: Home Care Costs per Hour for People Aged 65 or Over
SW 2: Self Directed Support spend on people aged 18 or over as a % of total social work spend on adults
SW 3: Percentage of people aged 65 or Over with intensive needs receiving care at home
SW 4: Percentage of adults receiving any care or support who rate it as excellent or good
AND
Percentage of adults supported at home who agree that their services and support had an impact in improving or maintaining their quality of life
SW 5: Residential costs per week per resident for people aged 65 or over

Download technical detail for Social Work Services

pdf documentLGBF Benchmarking Measures - Metadata for Social Work Services Indicators

Get in Touch

What do you think about the measures used in the Local Government Benchmarking Framework?

Email your comments

© Improvement Service, 2017