Social Care Assessments supported by paid care workers

1. Statistics on the average change in annual income families with children
in your local authority area have experienced as a result of the changes to
welfare payments and benefit rules since 2010.

Devon County Council is not responsible for these statistics; therefore we do not
hold this information.

District and Unitary Councils in Devon are responsible for abandoned vehicles
please contact them directly using the information on the links provided.

https://www.devon.gov.uk/district_councils.htm

https://www.devon.gov.uk/unitary_councils.htm

2. Statistics on the average change in annual income disabled people living
in your local authority area have experienced as a result of the changes to
welfare payments and benefit rules since 2010.

Devon County Council is not responsible for these statistics; therefore we do not
hold this information.

District and Unitary Councils in Devon are responsible for abandoned vehicles
please contact them directly using the information on the links provided.

https://www.devon.gov.uk/district_councils.htm

https://www.devon.gov.uk/unitary_councils.htm

3. The number of housing evictions that have taken place in your local area
as a result of either the Benefit Cap and/or the Bedroom Tax.

Devon County Council is not responsible for these statistics; therefore we do not
hold this information.

District and Unitary Councils in Devon are responsible for abandoned vehicles
please contact them directly using the information on the links provided.

https://www.devon.gov.uk/district_councils.htm

https://www.devon.gov.uk/unitary_councils.htm

4. Statistics on the number of people in your local authority who have had a social care assessment and are now being supported by a paid care worker.

Note: as all domiciliary, residential care and nursing care support that we provide are arranged as a result of a social care assessment; we have therefore identified clients with these types of support services active on the requested date.

As at 30 September 2017:

6,934 – Unique clients receiving Devon County Council funded Domiciliary Care, Residential Care or Nursing Care.
19 of who had Residential / Nursing Care plus Domiciliary Care
The breakdown of these services was:
2,769 – Clients receiving Residential Care
596 – Clients receiving Nursing Care
3,588 – Clients receiving Domiciliary Care (19 of which also have Residential / Nursing care)
3,569 – Clients receiving Domiciliary Care only
18 – Clients receiving both Domiciliary & Residential Care