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Means Testing Adult Social Care in England

, then the lower limit is ?26,250; if it is ?12,500 or half the tariff, it is ?31,250; if income is ?15,000, it is ?30,000. About the Author Les Mayhew is Professor of Statistics at Cass Business School

Paying for Care Costs in Later Life Using the Value in People’s Homes

properties Les Mayhew et al. Using Housing Wealth to Pay for Care Costs 3 facilities, including care services, that may be needed at a later stage of life, but such options tend to be available only for the ... domiciliary setting, care costs tend to be more affordable unless care is needed on a 24-h basis. For bequest or other reasons, selling some equity in the home Les Mayhew et al. Using Housing Wealth to Pay for

Using Administrative Data to Count and Classify Households with Local Applications

benefit. Important examples of productive * Les Mayhew household activities include cooking, cleaning, childcare, care for older people and education (Van der Heyden et al. 2003; Eurostat 2009). The

Personal Care Savings Bonds: A New Way of Saving Towards Social Care in Later Life

. 1 E.g. The Royal Commission on Long Term Care (1999). 2 Mayhew et al. (2010) . Les Mayhew and David Smith Personal Care Savings Bonds 669 On 11 February 2013, the Government of the United Kingdom ... Mayhew and Rickayzen (2012). Les Mayhew and David Smith Personal Care Savings Bonds 671 of higher taxes, more borrowing and/or redirecting public finances from other priority areas. In summary, a way has

Waist-to-Height Ratio Is More Predictive of Years of Life Lost than Body Mass Index

Objective Our aim was to compare the effect of central obesity (measured by waist-to-height ratio, WHtR) and total obesity (measured by body mass index, BMI) on life expectancy expressed as years of life lost (YLL), using data on British adults. Methods A Cox proportional hazards model was applied to data from the prospective Health and Lifestyle Survey (HALS) and the cross...

Applications of Population Counts Based on Administrative Data at Local Level

The House of Commons Treasury Committee (2008) identified the three main purposes of population statistics as resource allocation, population ratios and local planning and intelligence, and described current population estimates as ‘unfit for purpose’. This paper considers the limitations of current population statistics in the context of these purposes and how using...

Using Administrative Data to Count Local Populations

Gillian Harper 0 Les Mayhew 0 0 L. Mayhew Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance, Cass Business School, City University , London, UK 1 ) Mayhew Harper Associates Ltd, London, UK There is

On the effectiveness of care co-ordination services aimed at preventing hospital admissions and emergency attendances

Les Mayhew 0 ) Faculty of Actuarial Science and Insurance, Cass Business School, City University , London, UK Finding alternatives to hospital admissions for older people and helping them to live

Impact of Asthma on Educational Attainment in a Socioeconomically Deprived Population: A Study Linking Health, Education and Social Care Datasets

Health, Education and Social Care Datasets Pat Sturdy Stephen Bremner Gill Harper Les Mayhew Sandra Eldridge John Eversley Aziz Sheikh Susan Hunter Kambiz Boomla Gene Feder Keith Prescott Chris Griffiths