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|Indicator Number||Description of Indicator|
|1||Number of persons aged 65 and over per 1,000 population who are provided with intensive home care.|
|2||Number of persons aged 65 or over per 1,000 resident population of the authority who are given assistance by the authority to continue to live at home.|
|3||The percentage of items of equipment, provided by the authority to a person aged 65 or over to help him to continue to live at home, which are delivered to the person’s residence within 7 days of the request for the items being made.|
In the case of care assessments made of the needs of persons aged 65 or over the average of (a) and (b).
The percentage of assessments which are made by the authority in less than 48 hours; and
The percentage of assessments which are completed by the authority within 4 weeks
from the time that the authority receives notification that an assessment is required.
|5||In the case of applications made by persons aged 65 or over for an assessment of their care needs, the percentage of assessments which are completed by the authority within 4 weeks or less of the date of the application.|
|6||In the current year, the number of persons aged 18 and over who receive payments from the authority for the purposes of obtaining equipment to enable them to live independently.|
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