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Adult Social Care slides
London Borough of Camden
14 August 2020
Unequal impact of COVID-19: BAME disproportionality
Section 1 (slides 1 – 3): The Public Health England (PHE) review confirms the risk of mortality as a result of covid-19 by ethnicity. Data on access to care and emergency response has been taken from our local VCS partner feedback and indications from local data.) Data on the care workforce by ethnicity was taken from our local data and the
Section 2 (Slides 4 – 7) covers demographic information on Black, Asian, and other or mixed ethnic people delivering direct care in the wider social care sector from the Skills for Care 2019 Social Care Workforce Review (note: factors that need to be considered are age, sex, underlying health conditions, ethnicity, and pregnancy.) Information on Camden’s ASC workforce was taken from GLA 2016-based Ethnic Group Projections - mid-2020). Demographic information on people receiving ASC support in Camden has been taken from our local service data.
Section 3: (slides 8-15) sets out information on Adult Social Care activity during Covid-19 and looks at data relative to ethnicity including the ASC cohort of Camden’s shielded residents. (Service held data NOT official statistics including qualitative feedback from communities)
Section 4: (Slides 16 – 18) shows information related to the Adult Social Care outcomes framework which has provided some information gathered before Covid-19 on the experiences of people who are BAME and in receipt of social care support in Camden.