New in PANSI
PANSI update 7.0 25 February 2013
- Revised ONS Population projections, for years 2012-2020
- Removal of Incapacity benefits page
- Removal of Disability living allowance page
- Removal of Learning disability – Residential care/direct payments page
- Removal of Down’s syndrome/dementia page
- Removal of Physical disability – Residential care/direct payments page
- Removal of Mental health – Residential care/direct payments page
- Removal of Drugs – treatment page
- Removal of Guardianship page
- Removal of Compare data function
PANSI update 6.0 released 15 June 2012:
- Revised ONS population projections
- Standard years to show 2012, 2015, 2020, 2025, 2030
- Next five years to show 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016
- Updated services provided data
- Updated Drugs - treament data
- Updated Disability Living Allowance data
PANSI update 5.0 released 28 October 2011:
- Standard years show 2011, 2015, 2020, 2025, 2030
- Next five years show 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015
- Updated ethnicity data
- Services provided pages updated with 2009/10 data
- New page 'Incapacity benefit'
PANSI update 4.1 released 2nd December 2010:
- Move between locations using a map
- City of London and Isles of Scilly data added
- New data for Mental health: Psychiatric co-morbidity
- Updated prevalence for Challenging behaviour
- Revised Disability allowance data
- Revised Guardianship data
PANSI Update 4.0 released 9 July 2010:
- Population data updated
- Compare data between different geographical locations - for selected datasets
- Download multiple geographical locations on any page
- Performance pages updated with 2008-2009 data
PANSI Update 3.0 released 16 April 2010:
- Select authorities by comparators, by geographical neighbour, and by region
- Use 'My favourites' to select regions, councils and districts
- Revised design for all pages
- View all ages for: Stroke, Diabetes, Visual impairment, Hearing impairement, LD - baseline estimates, LD - Moderate or severe
- Revised prevalence for: Stroke, ASD (by gender), Mental health problem, Drugs/alcohol
- Moderate or serious physical disability: rows grouped by severity
PANSI update 2.1 released 03 February 2010
- Revised Suicide data
PANSI Update 2.0 released 14 November 2009:
- Government Office Region data available
- Standard years now show 2009, 2015, 2020, 2025, 2030
- Next five years now show 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013
- Next five years facility available on all pages where figures are projected
- Percentage change from 2009 through to 2030 available for: Population by age, Population by gender/age, LD - moderate or severe
- Set own favourite locality
- New page: Diabetes
- New page: Hearing impairment
PANSI 1.2 released Friday 31 July 2009:
- Data included for the 4 new unitary authorities which replace Bedfordshire and Cheshire
- New prevalence rate for Alcohol dependence
- Learning disability - new page 'Complex'
- Learning disability - new page 'Living with a parent'
- Revised Ethnicity data
- Revised Disability allowance data
- Performance pages updated with 2007-2008 data
- Revised Guardianship data
- New user questionnaire facility
PANSI 1.1.1 released on Wednesday 4 February 2009 - single login to use POPPI and PANSI enabled
PANSI 1.1 released on Friday 19 December 2008:
- Down's syndrome with dementia - new page
- Autistic spectrum disorder - new prevalence rate
- Screen heading redesign
PANSI v1.0 launched 6 October 2008
New, definitive guide to commissioning published by IPC A new book offers comprehensive guidance on the commissioning cycle. More here.
New one day workshops programme for Spring 2014 A new season of one day skills development workshops has been announced by IPC, details on the website. More here.
Role of housing in care and support highlighted in Guardian IPC Visiting Professor John Bolton took part in a Guardian round table discussion to consider the important role housing plays in supporting communities and individuals. More here.
Greenwich Partners win transformation award for co-ordinated care services IPC partnership members won the ‘Transformation in Health and Social Care’ category at the Improvement & Efficiency Awards. More here.
IPC delivers successful care training to Macintyre IPC has successfully completed the first of a series of training and support programmes for staff working for Macintyre. More here.
IPC support and advice for the Care Council for Wales. IPC Director, Professor Keith Moultrie, spoke to the Care Council for Wales (CCW) about strategic development of the social care workforce. More here.
SHOP workshop to be repeated in April following successful event in January. The SHOP workshop on the use of sheltered housing will be repeated on 29th April in Cardiff. More details here.
Workforce integration intelligence from IPC. IPC has prepared a paper for the Centre for Workforce Intelligence which considers the implications for workforces of health and social care integration. More here
IPC leads on dementia research, reflecting national priority. IPC has been commissioned by The Guinness Partnership to carry out research to identify good practice in care and support for people with dementia. More here
IPC to consider market stability in support of the Care Bill. IPC has been asked by the Care Quality Commission to produce an analysis of market stability covering adult learning disability and older people. More here
IPC helps develop new guidance for working with older people in Wales. IPC has supported the Welsh Government in developing new guidance for professionals supporting older people. More here
Research into violence against social care workers. IPC has conducted research to address a lack of knowledge about violence agains care workers. More here.
Originally developed for the Care Services Efficiency Delivery Programme (CSED), part of the Department of Health, this system provides population data by age band, gender, ethnic group, and by disability living allowance, incapacity benefits, and guardianship for English local authorities.
Prevalence rates from research have been used to estimate the impact of: learning disability, including living with a parent, Down's syndrome, challenging behaviour, autistic spectrum disorders; moderate or serious physical disability including personal care, stroke, diabetes, visual impairment and hearing impairment; mental health problems including depression, neurotic, personality and psychotic disorders, drugs and alcohol, suicide, adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse and early onset dementia.
Finally, nationally available performance data on individual budgets/self directed support/direct payments and supported residents in care homes, are applied to the projected population figures.
Photograph supplied by and reproduced with permission from the Down's Syndrome Association.