Unpaid care in Oxfordshire
The population of Oxfordshire who provide unpaid care has decreased since 2011.
The Census 2021 shows that the proportion of residents who provide weekly unpaid care has decreased across Oxfordshire from 9.4% in 2011 to 7.7% in 2021.
The proportion of residents who provide the most hours of unpaid care has increased since 2011, whilst those who provide the least has decreased.
How have the hours provided of weekly unpaid care changed?
- The number of people providing 1-19 hours of unpaid care has decreased by 32%.
- The number of people providing 20-49 hours of unpaid care has increased by 43% .
- The number of people providing 50+ hours of unpaid care has increased by 24%.
note: The above figures account for the observation totals only due to the lack of Age-standardised rates in The Census 2011 . Below you can see these differences when using rates of the population, as well as Age-standardised proportions from The Census 2021.
|Provision of unpaid care||Value||% of population (non Age-standardised)||% of population (Age-standardised)|