Freedom of information response

Care provision for adults with learning disabilities

Publication date: 
Monday 5 October 2020
Request: 
  1. The total number of adults (ages 18-64) with learning disabilities in long term care, as of 31 March 2020.
  2. The total number of adults (ages 18-64) with learning disabilities in long term care as of 31 March 2020, by average weekly fee/cost of care and care setting (please fill in the table below).

Points 1 and 2 are highest priority – please return your responses to those as soon as they are ready. If points 3 and 4 result in a greater administrative burden or cost of research, then we are happy for you to respond with them at a later date (or at later dates for points 3 and 4 separately).

  1. Please fill in the above table again, but with the corresponding information as of 31 Mar 2018.

Please fill in the above table again, but with the corresponding information as of 31 Mar 2015.

Response: 
  1. 367 service users
  2. The total number of adults (ages 18-64) with learning disabilities in long term care as of 31 March 2020, by average weekly fee/cost of care and care setting (please fill in the table below).

Average weekly fee/cost of care (e.g. paid to residential care provider)

31st March 2020

Less than £1,500

£1,500-£2,500

More than £2,500

Residential care

 £867.82

 £1839.45

£3484.40 

Supported living

 £127.93

 £1753.15

£6924.00

Other care setting

 £279.55

 £1839.45

 £3912.77

Average weekly fee/cost of care (e.g. paid to residential care provider)

31st March 2018

Less than £1,500

£1,500-£2,500

More than £2,500

Residential care

£592.83

 £1791.82

£3528.76

Supported living

 £109.85

 £2,087.10

 £2670.00

Other care setting

£43.29

 £1984.83

 £6815.50

Average weekly fee/cost of care (e.g. paid to residential care provider)

31st March 2015

Less than £1,500

£1,500-£2,500

More than £2,500

Residential care

 £737.93

 £1791.10

£3406.03

Supported living

 £80.16

N/A

 N/A

Other care setting

 £112.38

 £1737.04

 £3505.71

No supported living packages are the amount of £1500.000 for this financial year.

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Request reference:
FOI 10231