Freedom of information response

Terminated domiciliary care contracts

Publication date: 
Tuesday 16 June 2020
Request: 
  1. Number of domiciliary care contracts for individual service users that have been terminated as a result of the death of a service user between January 31st 2019-April 30th 2019. Please list findings weekly.
  2. Number of domiciliary care contracts for individual service users that have been terminated as a result of the death of a service user between January 31st 2020-April 30th 2020. Please list findings weekly.
Response: 

2020

No Dom Care Service users Deaths

27th Jan to 2nd Feb

Fewer than 5

3rd Feb to 9th Feb

8

10th Feb to 16th Feb

Fewer than 5

17th Feb to 23rd Feb

Fewer than 5

24th Feb to 1st Mar

Fewer than 5

2nd Mar to 8th Mar

Fewer than 5

9th Mar to 15th Mar

Fewer than 5

16th Mar to 22nd Mar

5

23rd Mar to 29th Mar

Fewer than 5

30th Mar to 5th Apr

8

6th Apr to 12th Apr

10

13th Apr to 19th Apr

Fewer than 5

20th Apr to 26th Apr

Fewer than 5

27th Apr to 30th Apr

Fewer than 5

 Total

52

2019

 

28th Jan to 3rd Feb

0

4th Feb to 10th Feb

Fewer than 5

11th Feb to 17th Feb

Fewer than 5

18th Feb to 24th Feb

Fewer than 5

25th Feb to 3rd Mar

Fewer than 5

4th Mar to 10th Mar

Fewer than 5

11th Mar to 17th Mar

Fewer than 5

18th Mar to 24th Mar

Fewer than 5

25th Mar to 31st Mar

0

1st Apr to 7th Apr

Fewer than 5

8th Apr to 14th Apr

Fewer than 5

15th Apr to 21st Apr

Fewer than 5

22nd Apr to 28th Apr

Fewer than 5

29th Apr to 5th May

Fewer than 5

Total

30

We are unable to provide an exact number for question above as:

  • There is a low number involved.
  • The release of this information could identify individuals which would constitute their personal data under the Data Protection Act
  • There is no prior expectation on the part of these individuals that their personal information would be published in the wider public domain under the FOI Act
  • Personal data of any other person is exempt under section 40 (2) of the Data Protection Act.

However in the interests of transparency we are able to provide this information to you categorised as fewer than 5 to give you an indication of the figures

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Request reference:
FOI 9997