ONS reports on 'Outcomes for Disabled People in the UK 2021'
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) has produced their third annual release exploring how aspects of life for disabled people in the UK compared with those of non-disabled people in 2021. It looks at areas of life including education, employment, social participation, housing, well-being, loneliness and crime.
The report shows that people with disabilities lag behind the rest of the population in many areas, including level of education, employment, home ownership and personal wellbeing. You can find out more on the ONS website.
Posted on the 14th of February 2022