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Family Expenditure Survey Follow-up Survey of Disabled Adults, 1986-1987

Title details

SN: 2943
Title: Family Expenditure Survey Follow-up Survey of Disabled Adults, 1986-1987
Persistent identifier: 10.5255/UKDA-SN-2943-1
Depositor: Department of Social Security. Social Research Branch
Principal investigator(s): Department of Social Security. Social Research Branch
Department of Employment
Data collector(s): Office of Population Censuses and Surveys. Social Survey Division
Sponsor(s): Department of Social Security
Other acknowledgements: ATM0008/4/5
The Department of Employment was the principal investigator for the 1986 and 1987 Family Expenditure Surveys.

Citation

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Department of Social Security. Social Research Branch, Department of Employment. (1992). Family Expenditure Survey Follow-up Survey of Disabled Adults, 1986-1987. [data collection]. UK Data Service. SN: 2943, http://doi.org/10.5255/UKDA-SN-2943-1

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Subject Categories

Consumer behaviour - Economics
General - Health
Health services and medical care - Health
Income, property and investment - Economics
Use and provision of specific social services - Social welfare policy and systems

Abstract

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The aim of this survey was to analyse and compare the income and expenditure patterns of households containing a disabled adult with other households. To provide a comparative measure of the extra costs of disability to complement the subjective measures used in the OPCS Survey of Disabled Adults in Private Households (SN:2577, GN:33214).
Main Topics:
Disability; income; expenditure; benefit receipt; employment; costs of disability; standard of living; disability aids.
Disabled adult respondents to the continuous Family Expenditure Survey (FES) between July 1986 and June 1987 were given an additional interview after participation in the FES. Detailed information on their disability was collected, to analyse in conjunction with information on income and expenditure from the main FES.
Measurement Scales Used
Disability Severity Scales: disability was defined and measured using the severity scale developed in the OPCS Surveys of Disability in Great Britain (GN:33214).

Coverage, universe, methodology

Time period: July 1986 - June 1987
Dates of fieldwork: July 1986 - June 1987
Country: Great Britain
Spatial units: Standard Statistical Regions
Observation units: Individuals
Families/households
Universe: National
Disabled people
Disabled adults (aged 16 and over) and their households in Great Britain.
Time dimensions: Follow-up to cross-sectional study
Sampling procedures: No sampling (total universe)
All adults (aged 16 and over) with a long standing limiting disability, identified in the Family Expenditure Surveys of 1986/87.
Number of units: (B) 1655 (obtained) Disabled adults
Method of data collection: Face-to-face interview; Clinical measurements
Weighting: No information recorded
Data sources: Family Expenditure Survey, 1986 (SN:2556)
Family Expenditure Survey, 1987 (SN:2647).

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ABSENTEEISMADMINISTRATIVE AREASADULTS
AGEAGGRESSIVENESSAIDS FOR THE DISABLED
AIDS FOR THE HEARING IMPAIREDAIDS FOR THE SPEECH IMPAIREDAIDS FOR THE VISUALLY IMPAIRED
ALCOHOLIC DRINKSANGERANXIETY DISORDERS
ANXIETYAPATHYASSOCIATIONS
BANK ACCOUNTSBANK CHARGESBED COVERINGS
BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERSBEVERAGESBONDS
BONUS PAYMENTSBOOKSBUILDING MAINTENANCE
BUILDING MATERIALSBUILDING OPERATIONSBUILDING SERVICES
BUILDING SOCIETIESBUILDING SOCIETY ACCOUNTSBUSINESSES
CARE OF DEPENDANTSCARE OF THE DISABLEDCARPETS
CENTRAL HEATINGCHARITABLE ORGANIZATIONSCHIEF INCOME EARNERS
CHILD BENEFITSCHILD CARECHILD-MINDING
CHILDRENCHIROPODYCLEANING AGENTS
CLEANING SERVICESCLOTHINGCOAL
COGNITION DISORDERSCOLOUR TELEVISION RECEIVERSCOMMERCIAL BUILDINGS
COMPANY CARSCOMPUTERSCONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT
CONFECTIONERYCONSUMER GOODSCONSUMPTION
COOKINGCOSTSCREDIT CARD USE
CREDITCULTURAL GOODSDAY CENTRES
DEBTSDECISION MAKINGDEPRESSION
DIGESTIVE SYSTEM DISORDERSDISABILITIESDISABLED FACILITIES
DISABLED PERSONSDISEASESDOMESTIC APPLIANCES
DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT AIDSDRIVING LICENCESDRIVING
DRUG USEEARLY RETIREMENTECONOMIC ACTIVITY
ECONOMIC VALUEEDUCATIONAL BACKGROUNDEDUCATIONAL COURSES
EDUCATIONAL FEESEDUCATIONAL GRANTSEDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
ELDERLYELECTRIC POWER SUPPLYELECTRIC POWER
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTEMOTIONAL DISTURBANCESEMPLOYEES
EMPLOYMENT HISTORYEMPLOYMENT PROGRAMMESEMPLOYMENT
ENDOWMENT ASSURANCEENERGY CONSUMPTIONENERGY
ENTERTAINMENTEPILEPSYEQUIPMENT RENTAL
EXAMINATIONSEXPENDITUREEXTRACURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
EYESIGHT TESTSFAMILIESFAMILY MEMBERS
FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONSFINANCIAL RESOURCESFINANCIAL SUPPORT
FISH (AS FOOD)FOODFRINGE BENEFITS
FUEL OILSFUELSFULL-TIME EMPLOYMENT
FURNISHED ACCOMMODATIONFURNITUREGAMBLING
GARAGESGAS FUELSGAS SUPPLY
GENDERGIFTSGRANTS
GREAT BRITAINGUIDE DOGSHEADS OF HOUSEHOLD
HEALTH CONSULTATIONSHEALTH PROFESSIONALSHEALTH SERVICES
HEALTH VISITORSHEARING AIDSHEARING IMPAIRMENTS
HEATING SYSTEMSHIGHER EDUCATIONHIRE PURCHASE
HOBBIESHOLIDAYS ABROADHOLIDAYS
HOME BUYINGHOME HELPHOME OWNERSHIP
HOME SHARINGHOME VISITSHORTICULTURE
HOSPITALIZATIONHOURS OF WORKHOUSEHOLD BUDGETS
HOUSEHOLD PETSHOUSEHOLDSHOUSEWORK
HOUSING FINANCEHOUSING IMPROVEMENTHOUSING TENURE
HOUSINGINCOME TAXINCOME
INCONTINENCE AIDSINDUSTRIESINSURANCE PREMIUMS
INSURANCEINTELLECTUAL IMPAIRMENTINTEREST (FINANCE)
INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONINTERPERSONAL RELATIONSINVESTMENT RETURN
INVESTMENTJOB HUNTINGLANDLORDS
LATERALITYLAUNDRIESLEAVE
LEISURE GOODSLEISURE TIME ACTIVITIESLICENCES
LIFE INSURANCELIFE SUPPORT SYSTEMSLOANS
LODGERSMAIL ORDER SERVICESMANAGERS
MARITAL STATUSMARKETINGMARRIED WOMEN WORKERS
MARRIED WOMENMATERNITY PAYMEALS
MEALS-ON-WHEELSMEATMEDICAL CARE
MEDICAL DIETSMEDICAL EQUIPMENT AND SUPPLIESMEDICAL INSURANCE
MEDICAL PRESCRIPTIONSMEMORY DISORDERSMENTAL DISORDERS
MILKMOBILE HOMESMOBILITY AIDS
MOBILITY SCOOTERSMORTGAGESMOTOR PROCESSES
MOTOR VEHICLE HIREMOTOR VEHICLESMUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
NEUROTIC DISORDERSNEWSPAPERSNON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION
NURSESNUTRITIONAL AND METABOLIC DISEASESOCCUPATIONAL PENSIONS
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPYOCCUPATIONSONE-PARENT FAMILIES
OVERSEAS TRANSACTIONSOVERTIMEPACKAGE HOLIDAYS
PAIN CONTROLPAINPARTNERSHIPS (BUSINESS)
PART-TIME COURSESPART-TIME EMPLOYMENTPATIENTS
PENSION CONTRIBUTIONSPERIODICALSPERSONAL APPEARANCE
PERSONAL FASHION GOODSPERSONAL HYGIENEPERSONAL SOCIAL SERVICES
PET FOODSPETROLPETROLEUM PRODUCTS
PHOTOGRAPHIC EQUIPMENTPHYSICAL ACTIVITIESPHYSICAL DISABILITIES
PHYSIOTHERAPYPOCKET MONEYPOSTAL SERVICES
POVERTYPRICESPRIVATE EDUCATION
PRIVATE PENSIONSPRIVATE PERSONAL PENSIONSPRIVATE SCHOOLS
PRIVATE SECTORPROFESSIONAL CONSULTATIONSPROFITS
PUBLIC TRANSPORTPURCHASINGQUALIFICATIONS
QUALITY OF LIFERATESREBATES
RECREATIONAL EDUCATIONRENTED ACCOMMODATIONRENTS
RESIDENTIAL CARE OF THE DISABLEDRESIDENTIAL MOBILITYRESPIRATORY TRACT DISEASES
RETIREMENTROAD VEHICLE MAINTENANCEROOM SHARING
ROOMSSATISFACTIONSAVINGS
SCHOLARSHIPSSCHOOL MEALSSCHOOL MILK PROVISION
SCHOOLCHILDRENSCHOOLS FOR THE DISABLEDSCHOOLS
SECOND HOMESSEIZURESSELF-EMPLOYED
SELF-ESTEEMSERVICE INDUSTRIESSEWAGE DISPOSAL AND HANDLING
SHARESSHELTERED EMPLOYMENTSHELTERED HOUSING
SHOPPINGSICK LEAVESICK PAY
SICK PERSONSSIGHTSOAP
SOCIABILITYSOCIAL ACTIVITIES (LEISURE)SOCIAL ALIENATION
SOCIAL CLASSSOCIAL DISADVANTAGESOCIAL HOUSING
SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITSSOCIAL SECURITY CONTRIBUTIONSSOCIAL SERVICES
SOCIAL SUPPORTSOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUSSOFT DRINKS
SPECIAL EDUCATIONSPECTACLESSPEECH IMPAIRMENTS
SPORTSPORTS EQUIPMENTSPOUSES
STANDARD OF LIVINGSTATE RETIREMENT PENSIONSSTRIKE PAY
STRIKESSTUDENT TRANSPORTATIONSTUDENTS
SUBSCRIPTIONSSUBSIDIARY EMPLOYMENTSUPERVISORS
SURGICAL AIDSSYMPTOMSTAKE-AWAY MEALS
TAX RELIEFTAXATIONTELEPHONE CALLS
TELEPHONESTELEVISION RECEIVERSTEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT
TIED HOUSINGTINNITUSTOBACCO
TOP MANAGEMENTTOURIST ACCOMMODATIONTOYS AND GAMES
TRADE UNIONSTRANSPORTTRAVEL
TURNOVERTUTORINGUNEMPLOYED
UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFITSUNFURNISHED ACCOMMODATIONUNITED KINGDOM
URINARY INCONTINENCEVIDEO RECORDERSVISION IMPAIRMENTS
VISUALLY IMPAIRED PERSONSVOLUNTARY ORGANIZATIONSWAGES
WALKING AIDSWALKINGWATER SERVICES (BUILDINGS)
WHEELCHAIRSWINNINGSWORKERS
WORKING MOTHERSWORKING WOMENWRITING MATERIALS

Administrative and access information

Date of release:
First edition: 21 October 1992
Copyright: Crown copyright material is reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and the Queen's Printer for Scotland
Access conditions: The depositor has specified that registration is required and standard conditions of use apply. The depositor may be informed about usage. See terms and conditions of access for further information.
Availability: UK Data Service
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Documentation

Title File Name Size (KB)
User guide - Part 1 a2943uab.pdf 2970
User guide part 2 - Coding/Annotated Questionnaires for SN 2556 Family Expenditure Survey 1986 a2943ubb.pdf 8324
User guide part 3 - Annotated Questionnaire for SN 2647 Family Expenditure Survey 1987 a2943ucb.pdf 11241
Index File in2943.pdf 27
Study information and citation UKDA_Study_2943_Information.htm 6

Publications

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By principal investigator(s):
Matthews, A. and Truscott, P., Disability, household income and expenditure : a follow-up survey of disabled adults in the Family Expenditure Survey (London: HMSO , 1990).

Resulting from secondary analysis:
Berthoud, R., Lakey, J. and McKay, S.,(eds.) The economic problems of disabled people (London: Policy Studies Institute, 1993).

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