ICS area comparison

Data correct as at 2020/21

Next update due: Mid October 2023

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The interactive visualisation on this page was developed in partnership between Skills for Care and Health Education England. The visualisation shows the latest information from the Adult Social Care Workforce Data Set (ASC-WDS).

This Integrated Care System (ICS) area comparison interactive visualisation allows you to compare two or more ICS areas in England.

The information should be of use to local planners across the health and social care systems.

 

Downloading the visualisation

  • This dashboard is best viewed on a desktop computer. You can view the dashboard here.
  • The data behind the visualisation can be downloaded here.
  • You can also download a PDF version by clicking on the arrow found at the bottom right of the visualisation.
  • There are notes about the data when you hover over the ( i ) in the visualisation.
  • For information about how workforce estimates are created or rounding and suppression rules please visit our webpage on methodology
  • If you require data that isn’t available in the visualisation or report below, please contact us.

 

Further resources

  • A detailed interactive visualisation showing each of the ICS areas in England, one at a time, and summary reports can be found here.
  • Nine detailed regional reports supported by new interactive visualisations can be found here.
  • For England level data, please see the ‘state of the adult social care sector and workforce in England’ report and interactive visualisation here.

 

Analytical service for local authorities

We can be commissioned to produce a bespoke analysis of workforce information at a local level or to answer any specific questions you have about the adult social care workforce. Take a look at our 'commission our services' page for more information.

Example topics include:

  • a detailed workforce report about adult social care within an area
  • information on the provision of care for people with learning disabilities or other people who use social care services
  • workforce forecasts between 2020 and 2035
  • data science and factors affecting turnover in your local area
  • workforce and sector trends going back to 2012.

Please contact us to talk about how we can help.