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Topical Reports

The following reports are available:

Early Years

The early years (from 0 – 5) are critical in shaping health and wellbeing later in life. Giving every child the best start in life is crucial to reducing health inequalities across the life course. Improving outcomes for children, families and communities, as well as creating services that provide better access and experience are essential.

This report has been designed to support interpretation of the data in the Early Years Profiles and guides effective evidence-based action to improve outcomes. It will help commissioners and providers to use the data to inform wider strategies on the health and wellbeing of children in early years as well as that of their families.

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Key risk factors indicating harm or poorer developmental outcomes in children

It is widely accepted that adverse factors relating to a young child's family and environment cause poorer outcomes for the child, both to their safety, and to their development and behaviour. Parental mental health issues, substance misuse, domestic violence, financial stress and teenage motherhood are themes which are frequently identified as indicating poorer outcomes for children.

This report provides an indication of the magnitude of the factors in your area which indicate higher risk to children in order to inform planning and commissioning, and also suggests next steps in the process of identifying those children who are at risk.

View the Key Risk Factors Topical Report

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Reducing unintentional injuries

Reducing unintentional injuries in and around the home among children under five years

Unintentional injuries in and around the home are a leading cause of preventable death for children under five years and are a major cause of ill health and serious disability. Our analysis of national data identifies that five injury types could be prioritised for children under five years: choking, suffocation and strangulation; falls; poisoning; burns and scalds; and drowning. This report presents information about unintentional injuries around the home among children under five years in each local area. This report accompanies the guide, Reducing unintentional injuries in and around the home among children under five years.

Reducing unintentional injuries on the roads among children and young people under 25 years

Children and young people have the right to safe roads. However 2,316 children and young people under the age of 25 years died on the roads in England between 2008 and 2012. Local authorities are in a good position to take action with local partners to improve road safety. This report presents information about unintentional injuries on the roads among children and young people under 25 years in each local area. This report accompanies the guide, Reducing unintentional injuries on the roads among children and young people under 25 years.

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School-Age Children

The School-Age Children Topical Report complements the School-Age Children Profiles, presenting performance against the indicators for each local area along with an explanation of the data.

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Youth Justice

This report contains nationally available data about issues relating to youth justice for the local authority areas where the young people normally reside. The report includes prevalence rates for some needs experienced by young people, for England as a whole and for each local authority.

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