Needs Assessments and intelligence documents
This page provides a number of intelligence documents and needs assessments produced by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, over the past 12 months. Click on the report pictures to download each document.
National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) 2018/19 Intelligence Support Document update
October 2020, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) measures the height and weight of children in reception class (aged 4 to 5 years) and year 6 (aged 10 to 11 years) to assess overweight and obesity levels in children within primary schools. It was initially established in 2006/07 and this document aims to provide a summary update of the NCMP results for the school year 2018/19. It primarily focusses on the prevalence of obesity within the East Riding and also the prevalence of underweight children. An update for 2019/20 is expected in the summer of 2021.
Mental Health and Dementia Needs Assessment
February 2020, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
Mental health for each individual is different and is affected by individual factors and experiences, social interaction, social structures and resources, in addition to cultural values. An individual’s mental health is influenced throughout the life course and events throughout life can impact each individual differently. Mental health conditions affect more than 25% of people at any time and no other health condition matches this in terms of prevalence, persistence and breadth of impact. Mental health is a public health issue and reducing the prevalence of mental health conditions is one of public health’s most major challenges. The promotion of wellbeing and prevention of mental health problems are crucial as mental health and physical health are linked. A mental health and dementia needs assessment of the population with mental health problems in the East Riding across the various life course stages was undertaken by the Public Health team at East Riding of Yorkshire council. The life course approach has been used to focus on the factors which can influence a healthy start to life and identify the different environmental, social and economic factors that can have profound influence over mental health and wellbeing. Through a literature review and using national, regional and local data sources, this needs assessment was produced.
|Sexual Health in the East Riding: Intelligence Support Document
November 2019, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
Sexual ill health and wellbeing is strongly linked to deprivation and health inequality. It presents a significant cost to the public purse as well as to the individual, with consequences including episodes of discomfort, long-term disability, emotional feelings of regret and possible discrimination. In order to improve sexual health, we need an understanding of the sexual health needs of the local population within the East Riding of Yorkshire (ERY). Data from this rapid needs assessment will be used to inform commissioning and service design) and forms part of the overall East Riding of Yorkshire Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) process.
|Children and Young People aged 0-25 years with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) in the East Riding of Yorkshire
September 2019, produced by the Children, Families and Schools Performance Team
This performance report presents information available on children and young people (CYP) with Special Education Need and/or Disabilities (SEND) in the East Riding of Yorkshire (ER). This SEND performance report will be used to monitor progress against outcomes and priorities within the strategy and SEF and will also support service planning and delivery.
|Vulnerable Children and Young People in the East Riding Intelligence Support Document
August 2019, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
The purpose of this document is to provide a high level overview of a selection of indicators relating to vulnerable children and young people. The document will seek to identify areas of need relating to the East Riding population and any notable trends, as such it will hopefully assist commissioners in service planning and highlighting areas that might require further investigation.
|Oral Health and Epidemiology Intelligence Support Document
July 2019, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
Oral health is an important component of health which is often overlooked and can have profound effects on the general wellbeing and quality of life of individuals. Dental and gum diseases are predominantly preventable through good self-care and efficient dental services. With tooth decay as the most common oral disease affecting children and young people in England, it is important to educate and promote good oral health to children from a young age. In order to improve oral health we need to have an understanding of the oral health needs of the local population in ERY. Data from this rapid needs assessment will inform commissioning of children and young people’s oral health services and forms part of the overall East Riding Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) process.
|National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) 2017/18 Intelligence Support Document update
July 2019, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) measures the height and weight of children in reception class (aged 4 to 5 years) and year 6 (aged 10 to 11 years) to assess overweight and obesity levels in children within primary schools. It was initially established in 2006/07 and this document aims to provide a summary update of the NCMP results for the school year 2017/18. It primarily focusses on the prevalence of obesity within the East Riding and also the prevalence of underweight children. An update for 2018/19 is expected in the spring of 2020.
|East Riding of Yorkshire Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Strategic Needs Assessment
May 2019, produced by the Policy, Partnerships & Intelligence Team
This document is part of an ongoing process of strategic needs assessment within the East Riding of Yorkshire Council and sets out to investigate what is known about the specific needs of LGBT people in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
This needs assessment is arriving at a key time for LGBT rights in the UK and aims to identify: any specific needs of the local LGBT residents (recognising that needs may vary within sub groups); the existing services provided to meet key issues and needs; if there are any gaps in current service provision for unmet needs. The report will help to inform future strategy development, service provision and commissioning, as appropriate, in the East Riding of Yorkshire and will also be of use to researchers, as well as, the East Riding LGBT population themselves.
|Children and Young People in the East Riding of Yorkshire: Substance Use (Alcohol and Drugs)
December 2018, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
This document aims to examine the current use of alcohol and drugs in children and young people in East Riding of Yorkshire (ERY), understand the impact of parental substance misuse in this population and to identify the local challenges and issues for the decision making and commissioning of services.
|Musculoskeletal (MSK) Health Needs Assessment Joint Strategic Needs Assessment
November 2018, produced by the Public Health Intelligence Team
One in five people see their general practitioner about musculoskeletal (MSK) problems each year, second only to respiratory problems and up to 30% of general practice consultations are for musculoskeletal Problems. The term ‘musculoskeletal conditions’ comprise over 100 MSK conditions and syndromes interfere with people’s abilities to carry out their normal daily activities. Recommendations have been considered throughout this health needs assessment on MSK health in the East Riding.
|East Riding Military Needs Assessment 2017
Spring 2017, produced by East Riding of Yorkshire Council
The council has a strong tradition of supporting the local military community and the signing of the Community Covenant in July 2012 allowed organisations, including the council to formally show their support. The Community Covenant aims to ensure that the military community, including current and ex-service personnel and their families face no disadvantage when engaging in civilian life.