A Good Standard Of Health, Welfare, And Social Class

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Table of Contents
1 Summary 1
2 Introduction 2
2.1 Queensway Ward 2
2.2 Figure1 2
3 Capturing Neighbourhood Information 3
3.1 Methodology 3
4 Findings 4
4.1 Figure 2 4
4.2 Figure 3 4
4.3 Figure 4 5
4.4 Figure 5 5
4.5 Figure 6 6
4.6 Figure 7 6
4.7 Figure 8 7
5 Discussion 7
5.1 Deprivation 7
5.2 Education 8
5.3 Employment/Unemployment 9

1 Summary

2 Introduction
Within the Constitution of the World Health Organization (WHO) it declares that “The highest standards of health should be within reach for all, without distinction of race, religion, political belief, economic or social condition” (WHO1946p2). Even as far back as 1946 it was clear that a good standard of health, welfare and social-class should be
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According to the Welsh Index of Multiple Deprivation (WIMD), (2015) which was conducted in 2014, Queensway was identified as being within the 10% most deprived area in Wales and overall 3rd within Wales and 1st within Wrexham (See Figure 2). The ward of Queensway is made up of local authority housing, statistics from the Office of National Statistics (ONS), (2015b) show within the 2011 Census; the population consisted of 2,685 residents. Ages for the Queensway ward range from 0-90, for breakdown in age structure (See Figure 3).

3 Capturing Neighbourhood Information
3.1 Methodology
To determine which deprivation domains would be examined within this report on the chosen ward of Queensway, a search of the WIMD website was concluded. On reviewing the WIMD the findings ranked the deprived domains out of 85 other Lower Super Output Areas (LSOA) of the Wrexham Local Authority. The domains included income, employment, health, and education, access to services, community safety, physical environment and housing.
The statistical data was then required to support the information of the domains selected; which were employment and education. Statistical data from the Office for National statistics (ONS) website was extracted via excel and manually converted into graphs to provide a simpler analysis of the findings.
An electronic search was conducted via the
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