National Healthcare Agreement: PI 55-Younger people with disabilities using residential, CACP, and EACH aged care services, 2012
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Indicator|
|Indicator type:||Output measure|
|Short name:||PI 55-Younger people with disabilities using residential, CACP and EACH aged care services, 2012|
|Description:||Number of people under 65 years of age with disabilities using residential and community aged care services funded under the Aged Care Act 1997|
|Indicator set:||National Healthcare Agreement (2012)|
Health, Superseded 25/06/2013
|Outcome area:||Aged Care|
Health, Standard 07/07/2010
|Quality statement:||National Healthcare Agreement: PI 55-Younger people with disabilities using residential, CACP and EACH aged care services, 2012 QS Health, Retired 14/01/2015|
Collection and usage attributes
|Population group age to:||64 years|
Residential aged care services include permanent residential care only (i.e. does not include respite care).
Community aged care services include Community Aged Care Packages (CACP), Extended Aged Care at Home (EACH) and EACH Dementia (EACH-D) services only.
Presented as a number.
Calculated separately for residential and community aged care places
|Numerator:||Number of people aged less than 65 years living in permanent residential care or receiving packaged community aged care services in the 12 months to 30 June|
|Numerator data elements:|
|Disaggregation:||2010–11—State and territory, by service type (residential, community), by age group (under 50 years, 50–64 years, total).|
|Disaggregation data elements:|
Most recent data available for 2012 CRC report: 2010–11
Note that the age groups presented are consistent with the COAG Younger People in Residential Aged Care (YPIRAC) target group: people with disability aged under 65 years who live in, or are at risk of, entering residential aged care, with initial priority being given to those under 50 years of age who reside in an aged care facility.
The count is unique clients, aged under 65 years, receiving residential or aged care services within a state/territory during the 12 months to 30 June. A client may be counted more than once if they have received care under multiple programs or across multiple states/territories.
|Unit of measure:||Person|
Indicator conceptual framework
|Framework and dimensions:||Effectiveness|
Data source attributes
Annual (based on ongoing data collection)
Department of Health and Ageing
|Reporting requirements:||National Healthcare Agreement|
|Organisation responsible for providing data:|
Department of Health and Ageing
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
|Further data development / collection required:||Specification: Long-term|
Source and reference attributes
|Related metadata references:|
See also National Healthcare Agreement: PI 49-Residential and community aged care services per 1,000 population aged 70+ years, 2012
See also National Healthcare Agreement: PI 53-Older people receiving aged care services, 2012
See also National Healthcare Agreement: PI 54-Aged care assessments completed, 2012
Supersedes National Healthcare Agreement: PI 55-Younger people with disabilities using residential, CACP, and EACH aged care services, 2011
See also National Healthcare Agreement: PI 56-People aged 65 years or over receiving sub-acute services, 2012
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