Disability statistics give you information about the number of disabled children and adults living in New Zealand.Find out about the nature and cause of impairments, the type of support needed, and how well disabled people are faring compared with non-disabled people.You can also find information about: 2013 Disability Survey (includes a downloadable Word version for screen readers) 2006 Disability Survey 2001 Disability Survey 1996 Disability Survey Disability estimates for small areas 2013 (published 2017) Introduces an interactive data tool that allows people to look at the rates of disability and specific impairments within territorial authority areas.Territorial authority estimates produced from the Household Disability Survey using small domain estimation: technical description (published 2017) This document describes how we produced territorial authority estimates using small domain estimation.Social and economic outcomes for disabled people: Findings from the 2013 Disability Survey (published 2014)Compares disabled and non-disabled people across a range of social and economic characteristics.Using findings from the 2013 New Zealand Disability Survey, we examine various life aspects such as employment, income, education, safety, social contact, and overall well-being. 2013 Disability Survey: Social and economic outcomes tables (published 2014) Results from the 2013 Disability Survey in Excel format that provide information on the social and economic outcomes of disabled and non-disabled people.
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