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1 Institutional care and housing services in social care 2012 Riikka Väyrynen Raija Kuronen

2 2 Institutional care and housing services in social care for older people, clients on 31 Dec, 2000–2012 Source: THL, Institutional care and housing services in social care

3 Clients aged 75 and over in institutional care and housing services for older people as a percentage of the total population of the same age, on 31 Dec, 2000– 2012 Source: THL, Institutional care and housing services in social care

4 Clients in institutional care and housing services for people with intellectual disabilities, on 31 Dec, 2000– 2012 Source: THL, Institutional care and housing services in social care

5 Clients in psychiatric sheltered housing, on 31 Dec, 2000– Source: THL, Institutional care and housing services in social care

6 Other sheltered housing for under-65s, at 31 Dec, 2000– Source: THL, Institutional care and housing services in social care

7 Institutional care and detoxification treatment for substance abusers, total number of clients and care days during the year, 2000– Source: THL, Institutional care and housing services in social care

8 Institutional care and housing services in social care 2012 Residential homes for older people had clients and sheltered housing with 24-hour assistance clients at the end of Compared with the previous year, the number of clients in residential homes for older people fell by 3.5 per cent, while the number of clients in sheltered housing with 24-hour assistance grew by 7.4 per cent. The structure of the service delivery system has changed. Use of sheltered housing with 24-hour assistance has constantly increased while use of residential homes for older people has decreased. At the end of 2012, institutions for people with intellectual disabilities had a total of clients, which was nearly 7 per cent (6.7%) down on the previous year. By contrast, the number of clients in housing services for people with intellectual disabilities increased by 5.4 per cent, to clients at the end of There has also been an increase in client numbers in psychiatric housing services. The number of clients in housing services for the under-65s has declined. onalcare_and_housingservices, Statistical report 26/


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