Activity and participation need for assistance cluster (disability flag prisoner health)
Identifying and definitional attributes
|Metadata item type:||Data Set Specification|
|Registration status:||Health, Standard 28/04/2016|
|DSS type:||Data Element Cluster|
These data elements are used together to assess the functional status of a person across a range of life areas, leading to a classification of 'Activity limitation' under the Standardised disability flag.
The activity and participation need for assistance cluster combines the two data elements:
Collection and usage attributes
|Guide for use:|
The data elements in this cluster are collected to help assess access to and use of mainstream services by people with varying levels of support need. It is the respondent’s perception about whether a long-term health condition or disability restricts their everyday activities that is important.
This data cluster is designed for the whole mainstream population and should be used to collect information from the respondent or a proxy/carer answering on their behalf. The cluster is seeking to identify the extent to which, due to a long-term health condition or disability, a respondent cannot undertake everyday activities that other people in a similar age group would normally be able to carry out. Explain to the respondent that the question is asked in the context of a long-term health condition or disability that has lasted, or is expected to last, 6 months or more. The responses are phrased in response to the question 'For each of the following activities, do you need help/supervision, have difficulty, or use aids/equipment/medications? (choose one answer for each row)'.
Also required is the following standard preamble to the question:
Source and reference attributes
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
|Related metadata references:|
See also Activity and participation need for assistance cluster (disability flag) Disability, Standard 13/08/2015, Community Services (retired), Standard 19/09/2013
|Implementation in Data Set Specifications:|
Prison entrants NBEDS Health, Standard 28/04/2016