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Table 3 Number of long-term care (LTC) services, broken down by disability, dependency degree and age

From: Disability, support and long-term social care of an elderly Spanish population, 2008-2009: an epidemiologic analysis

  Number of LTC service users   
WHODAS-36 score or age group Study participants using services unrelated to officially assessed dependency (in brackets those with publicly-funded support (PFS)) Dependency Degree II+ III beneficiaries All users Prevalence of PFS service users [%]
  Declared professional or non-professional home help for home care Residential care Day care center (DCC) Professional or non-professional home care Residential care   Among population screened positive for disability Among surveyed population including persons screened negative for disability
0–4 - 1 (0) - - - 1 0/19 [0] 0/610 [0]
5–24 38 (12) 12 (6) 5 (0) - - 55 (18) 18/318 [6] 18/318 [6]
25–49 36 (21) 15 (8) 3 (2) - (4) 58 (35) 35/195 [18] 35/195 [18]
50–95 12 (8) 9 (2) 2 (1) (16) (9) 48 (36) 36/92 [39] 36/92 [39]
96–100 - - - (1) - 1 (1) 1/1 [100] 1/1 [100]
Total 86 (41) 37 (16) 10 (3) (17) (13) 163 (90) 90/625 [14] 90/1216 [7]
        Number of users, population, and prevalence
50–59y 7 (2) 2 (1) - - (1) 10 (4) 4/101 [10] 4/299 [3]
60–69y 7 (1) 2 (2) - - - 9 (3) 3/106 [6] 3/305 [2]
70–79y 24 (10) 11 (5) 5 (1) (4) (1) 45 (21) 21/198 [22] 21/352 [12]
80–89y 43 (23) 17 (6) 5 (2) (8) (9) 82 (48) 48/174 [57] 48/221 [44]
≥90y 5 (5) 3 (1) - (5) (2) 15 (13) 13/34 [66] 13/37 [60]
All 86 (41) 35 (15) 10 (3) (17) (13) 161 (89) 89/623 [29] 89/1214 [14]
  1. Persons receiving individual support service plan (ISSP)-linked services (in brackets). Prevalence of publicly-fund-supported (PFS) service users