Opinions and Lifestyle survey: 'Fulfilling Potential' outcomes and indicators: 2014 data
- Department for Work and Pensions and Office for Disability Issues
- Part of:
- Opinions and Lifestyle survey: Fulfilling Potential outcomes and indicators
- First published:
- 21 August 2015
Data from the ONS Opinions and Lifestyle survey measuring indicators in the 'Fulfilling Potential' outcomes and indicators framework.
Data annex: Opinions and Lifestyle survey data for the 2015 Fulfilling Potential outcomes and indicators framework
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These statistics contain data about disability from the Office for National Statistics’ Opinions and Lifestyle survey 2014. We use the data to measure indicators in the Fulfilling Potential outcomes and indicators framework (in the technical annex: Fulfilling Potential: making it happen). These include:
- attitudes towards disabled people in the workplace
- access to goods and services and transport
- the themes of choice and control and relationships
Fulfilling Potential is a cross-government strategy for encouraging closer working to empower disabled people to achieve their full potential. The outcomes and indicators framework measures progress towards this.
Published: 21 August 2015