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The percentage of looked after children who ceased to be looked after during the year who were adopted.

The percentage of children who wait less than 20 months* between entering care and moving in with their adoptive family, shown as a 3-year average *n.b. In 2010/13 the Government lowered the threshold to less than 20 months from 21 months in previous years and so the trend data needs to be viewed in this light.

This indicator is measured via the Adult Social Care Survey and represents the percentage of respondents to question 7b who say that the services they receive have made them feel safe and secure. It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the Adult Social Care Survey and represents the percentage of respondents to ASCS question 7a who feel as safe as they want to. It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the biennial Survey of Adult Carers in England and represents the percentage of respondents who answered question 13 who find it "very easy" or "fairly easy" to find information about services. It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the Adult Social Care Survey and represents the percentage of respondents who answered ASCS question 12 who find it "very easy" or "fairly easy" to find information about services . It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the biennial Survey of Adult Carers in England and represents the percentage of respondents who answered question 15 who said that they usually or always felt involved or consulted in discussion about the person they care for. It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the biennial Survey of Adult Carers in England and represents the percentage of respondents who answered question 4 who were satisfied with their experience of care and support. It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator is measured via the Adult Social Care Survey and represents the percentage of respondents to question 1 who said they were satisfied with their care and support. It is part of the Adult Social Care Framework (ASCOF).

This indicator measures the percentage of new service users that received a short term service during the year, where the sequel to service was either no ongoing support or support of a lower level It is part of the Adult Social Care Outcomes Framework.

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