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Suffolk - Health - LSOA - Babergh 005C

Babergh 005C
The health of people in our communities faces a range of complex and linked challenges, such as the increase in people living with chronic illness and long-term illness linked to our ageing society, and growing health inequalities. This section displays summary data on health and well-being in Babergh 005C.
Health at a glance...
48%
Population with
very good health
(2011)
1%
Population with
very bad health
(2011)
9%
Population whose activity
is limited a lot
(2011)
Self-reported health
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Very good health: 47.2 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Good health: 34.2 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Fair health: 13.1 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Bad health: 4.2 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Very bad health: 1.2 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Very good health: 45.9 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Good health: 35.7 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Fair health: 13.6 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Bad health: 3.7 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Very bad health: 1 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Very good health: 48.1 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Good health: 33.3 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Fair health: 13 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Bad health: 4.6 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Very bad health: 1.1 Self-reported health in Babergh 005C for 2011
Babergh 005CSuffolkEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Very bad health161.17,5471660,7491.2
Bad health694.627,2623.72,250,4464.2
Fair health1971399,08813.66,954,09213.1
Good health50533.3260,14535.718,141,45734.2
Very good health72848.1334,12145.925,005,71247.2
General health is a self-assessment of a person's general state of health. People were asked to assess whether their health was very good, good, fair, bad or very bad. This assessment is not based on a person's health over any specified period of time.
Day-to-day activity limited
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Day-to-day activities not limited: 82.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Day-to-day activities limited a little: 9.3 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Day-to-day activities limited a lot: 8.3 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Day-to-day activities not limited: 82.1 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Day-to-day activities limited a little: 10.1 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Day-to-day activities limited a lot: 7.9 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Day-to-day activities not limited: 80.5 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Day-to-day activities limited a little: 10.7 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Day-to-day activities limited a lot: 8.8 Persons with limited day-to-day activity in Babergh 005C for 2011
Babergh 005CSuffolkEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Day-to-day activities limited a lot1338.857,3367.94,405,3948.3
Day-to-day activities limited a little16210.773,35310.14,947,1929.3
Day-to-day activities not limited1,22080.5597,47482.143,659,87082.4
People were asked to assess whether their daily activities were limited a lot or a little by a health problem, or whether their daily activities were not limited at all.
Provision of unpaid care
#color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 2.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.4 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 6.5 #color:0xD1D0D5 England  Provides no unpaid care: 89.8 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 2.4 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 1.2 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 7.1 #color:0x827676 Suffolk  Provides no unpaid care: 89.3 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week: 2.2 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week: 0.9 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week: 8.3 #color:0x0167BB Babergh 005C  Provides no unpaid care: 88.6 Provision of unpaid care in Babergh 005C for 2011
Babergh 005CSuffolkEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Provides no unpaid care1,34388.6650,41889.347,582,44089.8
Provides 1 to 19 hours unpaid care a week1268.351,5077.13,452,6366.5
Provides 20 to 49 hours unpaid care a week130.99,0441.2721,1431.4
Provides 50 or more hours unpaid care a week332.217,1942.41,256,2372.4
A person is a provider of unpaid care if they look after or give help or support to family members, friends, neighbours or others because of long-term physical or mental ill health or disability, or problems related to old age. This does not include any activities as part of paid employment. No distinction is made about whether any care that a person provides is within their own household or outside of the household, so no explicit link can be made about whether the care provided is for a person within the household who has poor general health or a long-term health problem or disability.
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