Interactive data

The psychiatric disability support services interactive figures provide data on residential and non residential services by states and territories and demographic information. These figures allow users to explore the data in more detail.

Interactive DIS: Three interactive figures showing data related to psychiatric disability support services in 2018–19. Figure 1 is a vertical bar chart showing the number or rate (per 100,000 population) of non-residential service users with a psychiatric disability by type of service (accommodation support, community access, community support, employment or respite) in each jurisdiction. South Australia had the highest total rate (606.4) and the Northern Territory had the lowest (120.8). Figure 2 is a vertical bar chart showing the number, per cent or rate (per 100,000 population) of non-residential service users with a psychiatric disability by demographic variables of age, country of birth, Indigenous status, remoteness area of usual residence or sex. People aged 45–54 years used services at a higher rate than other age groups at 781.1. Figure 3 is a vertical bar chart showing the number, per cent or rate (per 100,000 population) of residential service users with a psychiatric disability by demographic variables noted in Figure 2. People in Major cities accessed services at a higher rate than other areas at 3.7.

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