Welcome to the facts and figures site of Herefordshire Council's Intelligence Unit. More information about the team and the types of data we collect can be found on the about us page.
The information on this site is split into four main sections:
Understanding Herefordshire is an annual overview of the health and well-being needs of the county. The content in this section remains static for the life of the annual Understanding Herefordshire report, with links to the other sections (see below) for the underpinning evidence - these are updated as and when new data becomes available:
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Intelligence Unit Bulletin
Welcome to the Intelligence Unit quarterly bulletin: a place to share our work, what we have planned and resources that you might find useful.
Last updated: Wednesday, December 05, 2018
This is the January 2019 Intelligence Unit Bulletin. Here you will find the highlights of our most recent work and resources that you might find useful.
The annual Joint Strategic Needs Assessment summary report 'Understanding Herefordshire 2018' highlights the key findings from all of the intelligence that has been generated over the previous year.
This Adult Learning Disability Integrated Needs Assessment was commissioned to provide an overview of health and wellbeing issues affecting adults with learning disabilities living in Herefordshire and to outline levels of care and services currently provided.
In late 2017 an Older Person's Integrated Needs Assessment was undertaken, the report contains detailed information on a range of topics affecting older people in Herefordshire.
according to the latest official estimates for mid-2017