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Adult social care data

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This page provides a range of adult social care data relating to Middlesbrough's population, from various government and public organisations.

Data sources

NHS: Adult Social Care Analytical Hub


Developed by NHS Digital, this hub provides a wealth of data on all statutory submissions within adult social care across all local authorities. Users will need to investigate the hub and select Middlesbrough for comparable data.

The Adult Social Care Analytical Hub gives an indication of the strengths and weaknesses of social care in delivering better outcomes for people who use services. The data is split into 4 domains:

  • enhancing quality of life for people with care and support needs
  • delaying and reducing the need for care and support
  • ensuring that people have a positive experience of care and support
  • safeguarding adults whose circumstances make them vulnerable and protecting them from avoidable harm

Type of data

  • adult social care: overview by region and local authority
  • mid-year activity
  • activity and finance
  • Adult Social care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF)
  • Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)
  • Adult Social Care Survey (ASCS)
  • Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set (ASC-WDS)
  • guardianship
  • Safeguarding Adults Collection (SAC)
  • Survey of Adult Carers in England (SACE)

Safeguarding Adults, England interactive report


Developed by NHS Digital, users will need to select Middlesbrough Council for comparative data against England.

Type of data

  • key findings
  • safeguarding concerns
  • Section 42 and other enquiries
  • Safeguarding Adult Reviews (SARS)
  • risks

NHS England: Better Care Fund


Links to the Better Care Fund (BCF) end of year report, an Excel workbook which allows the user to select Middlesbrough for comparative data.

Type of data

Help for local authorities to meet the requirements of the BCF over the lifetime of their plan and enable areas to provide insight on health and social integration, relating to finance.

Areas covered:

  • national conditions
  • income
  • planned expenditure
  • metrics

Department for Education: local authority interactive tool


An interactive Excel workbook comparing data about children and young people across all local authorities in England.

Users will need to select Middlesbrough for comparative data.

Type of data

Statistics on children in need in England, including child protection plans and referrals to, and assessments completed by, children's social care services.