released: 16 Feb 2009 author: AIHW
This report includes information from the 2007-08 Younger People With Disability in Residential Aged Care Minimum Data Set (YPIRAC MDS). It summarises the characteristics of people who were 'on the books' during 2007-08 and the YPIRAC services they received. Included in 'on the books' are people who accepted YPIRAC services in 2006-07 and continued to receive services (including monitoring only) in 2007-08, along with new starters in 2007-08.
ISSN 1444-3589; ISBN 978 1 74024 890 7; Cat. no. DIS 53; 0pp.; Internet only
Publication table of contents
- Preliminary material
- Title and verso pages
- Abbreviations and symbols
- Body section
- 1.1 Outline of the report
- 1.2 The YPIRAC program
- 1.3 Scope and definitions
- YPIRAC service users
- 2.1 Characteristics and YPIRAC target groups
- 2.2 Residential setting
- 2.3 Disability groups
- Service use
- 3.1 YPIRAC-specific services
- 3.2 Support services
- New and continuing service users
- 4.1 Characteristics and YPIRAC target groups
- 4.2 Service use
- Target population
- 5.1 Contact with potential service users
- 5.2 Younger people in residential aged care
- Data processing and quality
- 6.1 Development and collection of the YPIRAC MDS
- 6.2 Data quality
- End matter
- Appendix 1: Additional tables
- Appendix 2: YPIRAC MDS collection forms
- Appendix 3: Service type classification
- Appendix 4: English proficiency groupings
- Appendix 5: Residential setting definitions
- Appendix 6: The statistical linkage key
- Appendix 7: YPIRAC MDS 2006-07 data development and collection
Notes and corrections
The current version of the publication is presented above.
Previous versions of files that have been updated or corrected are presented below.
- (13 July 2009) Section 5.2 was added to this document as new data from Residential aged care in Australia 2007-08: a statistical overview became available.
AIHW 2009. Younger People with Disability In Residential Aged Care Program: final report on the 2007-08 Minimum Data Set. Disability series. Cat. no. DIS 53. Canberra: AIHW. Viewed 28 November 2014 <http://www.aihw.gov.au/publication-detail/?id=6442468213>.