DWP publishes data about Work Choice each quarter. The datas includes numbers of referrals, programme starts, job outcomes, and sustained job outcomes.
There is also some data on types of disability, prior benefits claimed and individual provider/CPA performance.
The Department of Health has published a handbook of definitions for the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework. This data definitions handbook sets out the technical detail of each measure in the framework.
The proportion of care leavers not in education, employment or training has increased from 32 per cent in 2010 to 33 per cent in 2011 according to figures released by the Department of Health. 65,520 children were looked after at 31 March 2011, an increase of two per cent on 2010 and the highest number since 1987.
The latest statistical information we have for England is for 2013-14. Employment rates have been dropping year on year for adults with a learning disability [Indicator 1E] and for people in contact with secondary mental health services [Indicator 1F].
In 2013-14, 6.8% of adults with learning disabilities aged 18-64 and known to Councils with Adult Social Services Responsibilities (CASSRs) were in paid employment [Indicator 1E]. The gender breakdown is male 7.5%, female 5.8%.
The equivalent overall figure for previous years is:
2012-13: 7% (Male: 7.8% Female:6%)
Local authorities, Dept of Health, Social care and Data
Response and Policy document
The Department of Health response to the consultation on adult social care outcomes and framework document providing more detail on the specific areas agreed for inclusion in the first Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF), for the year from April 2011.
The handbook of definitions, response and framework are included.
The Department of Health has published its response to the consultation on adult social care outcomes and published a framework document providing more detail on the specific areas agreed for inclusion in the first Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework (ASCOF), for the year from April 2011.