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Socio-economic category: High deprivation

Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on housing by socio-economic differences

The national Memorandum of Understanding on health, social care and housing notes that:  “The home is a driver of health inequalities, and those living in poverty are more likely to live in poorer housing, precarious housing circumstances or lack accommodation altogether.” Hackney is the sixth most ‘housing deprived’ local authority in England, based on the …

CYP: Local inequalities data on the use of clinical services by Socio-economic disadvantage

Nationally, deprivation is associated with an increased risk of childhood unintentional injury. Children from socio-economically disadvantaged families have been shown to have an increased rate of accidents and injuries than those from more affluent families. Death rates for injury and poisoning have fallen for all social groups except the poorest, and children in these families …

CYP: Vulnerable children: Local inequalities data by Deprivation

Looked after children Some of the underlying reasons for entering care, such as substance misuse and chaotic lifestyles, are linked to deprivation.  Nationally, there is a moderate association between child poverty and rates of children going into care.  Domestic violence Domestic violence can and does occur in all socio-economic groups, and the evidence on links …

CYP: Local inequalities data on alcohol misuse by socioeconomic disadvantage

Nationally, the proportion of 15 year olds who report frequent drinking (at least every fortnight) is negatively correlated with area deprivation – frequent drinking increases as deprivation decreases on average according to the WAY survey (Figure 22). In Hackney and the City, the proportion of 15 year olds reporting frequent drinking in this same survey …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Reproductive health by socioeconomic disadvantage

Free school meal eligibility, which can be considered as a crude proxy measure for deprivation, is associated with both an increased rate of teenage conception, and an increased rate of continuing with a teenage pregnancy. Furthermore, area deprivation is associated with an increased risk of teenage pregnancy, even after the individual characteristics of the girls …

CYP: Local inequalities data on Obesity by socioeconomic disadvantage

Nationally, obesity is more than twice as common among Year 6 children living in the most deprived areas compared with the least deprived areas (Figure 19). However, there is no association between levels of area deprivation and the proportion of children who are underweight. Figure 19: National weight groupings in 10-year-old children according to local …