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'Further education and skills - learning difficulties or disability' from 'Further education and skills'

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Total Participation (Aug-Jul) for 'Further education and skills - learning difficulties or disability' for Asperger's syndrome, Autism spectrum disorder, Disability affecting mobility, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia and 21 other filters in England for 2019/20
2019/20
Total Participation (Aug-Jul)
LLDD - yesLLDD - noLLDD - unknownTotal
Asperger's syndrome4,940no datano data4,940
Autism spectrum disorder13,400no datano data13,400
Disability affecting mobility16,180no datano data16,180
Dyscalculia2,590no datano data2,590
Dyslexia61,410no datano data61,410
Hearing impairment13,250no datano data13,250
Mental health difficulty44,200no datano data44,200
Missing/Not Applicable14,390no datano data14,390
Moderate learning difficulty18,280no datano data18,280
More than one learning difficult or disability and no primary one specified20no datano data20
Not Provided5,5601,394,98055,1801,455,720
Other disability10,450no datano data10,450
Other learning difficulty7,780no datano data7,780
Other medical condition (for example epilepsy, asthma, diabetes)38,830no datano data38,830
Other physical disability8,370no datano data8,370
Other specific learning difficulty (e.g. Dyspraxia)4,060no datano data4,060
Prefer not to say4,580no datano data4,580
Profound complex disabilities1,400no datano data1,400
Severe learning difficulty4,960no datano data4,960
Social and emotional difficulties7,620no datano data7,620
Speech, Language and Communication Needs2,610no datano data2,610
Temporary disability after illness (for example post-viral) or accident1,120no datano data1,120
Visual impairment9,600no datano data9,600
Total295,6001,394,98055,1801,745,760

Footnotes

  1. Total participation is the count of learners that participated at any point during the year. Learners undertaking more than one course will appear only once in the grand total.
  2. Volumes are rounded to the nearest 10. If shown, '~' indicates a base value of between 1 and 4, whilst 0 indicates a true zero.
  3. Learner characteristics (such as age, gender, learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and ethnicity) are based upon self-declaration by the learner.
  4. A learner may record multiple LLDD categories but must indicate which of these is the primary disability, difficulty or health problem. The overall ‘Primary LLDD and health problem’ totals may not match the main LLDD figures which uses a different field.

Source: Further education and skills, Further education and skills - learning difficulties or disability

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