Service Data

2018/2019

People who use targeted/eligible services such as schools, health and social care:

Service areaNumber of service users% Male% Female% Disabled% Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (i.e. not ‘White British’).Age profile
Adult Social Care (snapshot at 31st March)
In order to receive social care support, all users would come under the Equality Act definition of disability
Adult Social Care client breakdown by Primary Support Reason (% of totals above)
Learning Disability Support
Mental Health Support
Physical Support
Sensory Support
Social Support
Support with Memory & Cognition
Data not available
Children and Young People (snapshot at 31st March)
Children in Need (all)
…number of which were Looked After
…number of which had a Child Protection Plan

Enquiries to the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Children)

(monthly average)

Referrals to the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Children)

(monthly average)

Schools (Academic Year)(pupils)(SEN – see note below)(statutory school age pupils only)
State-funded nursery20654.4%45.6%not collected19.9%n/a
State-funded primary5858051.2%48.8%

SEN EHCP 2.1%

SEN support 14.8%

8.2%0 to 3yrs: 3,276
4 to 15yrs: 55,304
State-funded secondary3961550.7%49.3%

SEN EHCP 2.3%

SEN support 12.6%

6.8%0 to 3yrs: 136
4 to 15yrs: 35,780
16+yrs: 3,699
Special educational needs schools122356%44%client group is SEN7%0 to 15yrs: 1,093
16+yrs: 130
Early Years provision13,638  51.3%48.7% 1.2% – EHCP
2.0% – SEN Support
7.4% 2yrs: 1,586
3 to 4yrs: 12,052
Elective Home Education194051.5%48.5%6.3%7.5%

0-4 yrs: 503

5-11 yrs: 1,437

SEN: Special Educational Needs. Data for disability is not collected, but data is collected for pupils with SEN. This includes pupils with a ‘statement’ and Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP), and pupils in receipt of SEN support but do not have an EHCP. SEN is defined as: Children who have learning problems or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn than most children of the same age. State-funded includes LA Maintained, Academies and Free Schools. State-funded secondary includes all-through schools. Special schools include LA Maintained and Non-Maintained Special Schools.
Public Health Services (April to March)
Smoking cessation services
One Small Step
Substance Misuse – Drugs
Substance Misuse – Alcohol
EH4MH (Early Help for Mental Health) direct support
EH4MH school support
Population (ONS Census 2011):48.6%51.4%20%5.1%See chart

 

2017/2018

People who use targeted/eligible services such as schools, health and social care:

Service areaNumber of service users% Male% Female% Disabled% Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (i.e. not ‘White British’).Age profile
Adult Social Care (snapshot at 31st March 2018)
17,49140%60%In order to receive social care support, people must come under the Equality Act definition of disability3%

18-64 (34%)

65-84 (34%)

85+ (32%)

Adult client breakdown by Primary Support Reason (% of totals above)
Learning Disability Support15%8%7%In order to receive social care support, people must come under the Equality Act definition of disability0.6%

18-64 (13%)

65-84 (1.9%)

85+ (0.1%)

Mental Health Support8%4%4%2.1%

18-64  (4.5%)

65-84 (2.5%)

85+    (1%)

Physical Support51%18%33%3.0%

18-64  (10%)

65-84 (20%)

85+    (21%)

Sensory Support2%1%1%0.2%

18-64  (0.5%)

65-84 (0.5%)

85+    (1%)

Social Support6%3%3%0.4%

18-64  (2%)

65-84 (2.5%)

85+    (3%)

Support with Memory & Cognition6%2%4%0.3%

18-64  (2%)

65-84 (2.5%)

85+    (1.5%)

Data not available12%5%7%4.4%

18-64  (4%)

65-84 (4%)

85+    (4%)

 

 

 

Children and Young People (snapshot at March 2018)

Children in Need (all)

 

3,98355%45%19.1%13%

Unborn: 61 (2%)

Under 1: 181 (5%)

1-4 years: 619 (15%)

5-9 years: 957 (24%)

10-15 years: 1283 (32%)

16 & over: 882 (22%)

…number of which were Looked After694
…number of which had a Child Protection Plan

483

 

 

Enquiries to the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Children)

(16/17 monthly average)

1,027

Referrals to the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Children)

(16/17 monthly average)

445

Schools:

(Academic Year 2017 to 2018)

 

(pupils)(See SEN note below)(statutory school age pupils only)
State-funded nursery21846.8%53.2%Not collectedNot collected0 to 4yrs : 218
State-funded primary58,02251.2%48.8%

1.2% EHCP

15.6% SEN Support

8.1%0 to 3yrs: 2,847
4 to 15yrs: 55,175
State-funded secondary39,51951.1%48.9%

2.2% EHCP

12.0% SEN Support

6.8%0 to 3yrs: 124
4 to 15yrs: 35,213
16+yrs: 4,182
Special educational needs schools1,14575.7%24.3%

99.5% EHCP

0.5% SEN Support

6.9%0 to 15yrs: 1,031
16+yrs: 114
Early Years provision13,92051.7%48.3%

0.46% EHCP

2.28% SEN Support

6.67%2yrs: 1,813
3 to 4yrs: 12,107
Elective Home Education1,588

53.3%

 

46.7%Disability not collectedNot available5-16yrs: 1,588

 SEN: Special Educational Needs. Data for disability is not collected, but data is collected for pupils with SEN. This includes pupils with a ‘statement’ and Education and Health Care Plan (EHCP), and pupils in receipt of SEN support but do not have an EHCP. Data source: DCC Early Years Team, DfE Special educational needs in England: January 2018. SEN is defined as: Children who have learning problems or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn than most children of the same age. State-funded includes LA Maintained, Academies and Free Schools. State-funded secondary includes all-through schools. Special schools include LA Maintained and Non-Maintained Special Schools. Data Source for Early Years provision: Devon County Council Early Years MI team 22nd Nov 2017. Data Source for Elective Home Education: Babcock LDP, 2017/18 Data Analysis report, 17th Sept 2018. Data Source for all others: Department for Education Schools, pupils and their characteristics: January 2018 (Local Authority tables and Underlying data), published 26th July 2018.

Number of service users% Men and Women% Disabled% EthnicityAge profile
Public Health Services (April 2017 to March 2018)
Smoking cessation services2,853

46.7% Men

53.3% Women

Black Caribbean 0.04%, Not stated 2.21%, Other Ethnic Group 0.21%, Other White Background 2.84%, White & Black Caribbean 0.28%, White Asian 0.14%, White British 93.59%, White Irish 0.35%,

White & Black African 0.04%, Bangladeshi 0.07%, Other Mixed Background 0.11%, Indian 0.04%, Other Asian Background 0.07%, Chinese 0.04%

0-17 0.53%,

18-34 19.98%,

35-44 16.23%,

45-59 35.44%,

60+ 27.83%

One Small Step876

41% Men

59% Women

21.7% (this is self-reported and not defined in any further detail)6%

<25      4%

25-34   17%

35-44   15%

45-54    22%

55-64    19%

65-74    17%

>75        6%

Substance Misuse – Drugs1,706

69% Male

31% Female

Behaviour and emotional 25%, Mobility and gross motor 11%, Progressive conditions and physical health 5%94% White British 2% Other White, 1% White Irish, 1% Other Mixed

18-29    19%

30-39    36%,

40-49    32%,

50-59    11%,

60-69    2%

Substance Misuse – AlcoholAcross the substance misuse treatment system there were 1,277 in total: of these 821 are alcohol only clientsof the 821 – 60% Male 40% Female

Behaviour and emotional 23%,

Mobility and gross motor 13%, Progressive conditions and physical health 5%

93% White British, 3% Other White, 1% Irish

18-29    9%

30-39    23%,

40-49    30%,

50-59    27%,

60-69    9%,

70-79    1%

EH4MH (Early Help for Mental Health) direct support

Approx. 2,500 through online services.

Approx. 400 face to face counselling.

Approx. 150 through school participation workshops.

Approx. 100 through mentoring support.

Not knownNot knownNot known11-25 yrs
EH4MH school support

Approx. 1,000 through supervision.

Approx. 1,000 through training provision.

Approx. 300 through conferences.

Not knownNot knownNot known