Survey on Disability, Personal Autonomy and Dependency Situations
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Survey on Disability, Personal Autonomy and Dependency Situations. Year 2008
- Survey aimed at Households
- Survey aimed at Centers
Survey on Disabilities, Impairments and State of Health. Year 1999
- Disabilities and Impairments Module
- Health Module
- Linked file
Survey on Disabilities, Impairments and Handicaps. Year 1986
- Notice: On 27 January 2015, the microdata files and the register design of the Survey on Disabilities, Impairments and Handicaps for the year 1986 were replaced, as an error was detected therein, in the ESTU, SITU, INGRE, TAMHO, NUPEREN and NUDEF variables of the person file. The file designs have also been updated, in order to improve computer access to them.
- Register design and valid variable values (EXCEL ZIP file)
- Microdata file (ASCII compressed format)
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The Disability Surveys are statistical operations in the form of macro-surveys, which respond to the demand for this information on behalf of the Public Administrations and of numerous users, particularly non-governmental organisations. These surveys cover a a good part of the information needs regarding the disability phenomena, dependency, the ageing of the population and the state of health of the population resident in Spain.
Three macro-surveys were conducted: the Survey on Disabilities, Impairment and Handicaps in 1986, the Survey on Disabilities, Impairment and Health Status in 1999 and the Survey on Disability, Personal Autonomy and Dependency Situations in 2008.
The methodologies follow the World Health Organisation recommendations, and in particular, the international classifications in force during the year when the survey is carried out.