JSNA Summary 2016/17

Deprivation and health inequalities

Key fact

In the most deprived areas of Swindon, men live on average 14.1 years less in good health and women 12.1 years less than those in the least deprived areas

Key indicators

Deprivation: Key indicator 1

Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) contain around 1,500 people and are standard geographical units created and used by the Government and Office for National Statistics (ONS).

Deprivation: Key indicator 2

The UK Government defines child poverty as children living in households with less than 60% of the median UK income. Other definitions are used elsewhere.

Key information

Key challenges

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See Indices of Deprivation
See Swindon Inequalities Report
See Child Poverty Needs Assessment 2016