Data on home care are used to find out the number of persons receiving home care, total number of care-takers and number of persons receiving home care per one care-taker.

Definitions

Services at home to meet the basic needs of persons, who for objective reasons cannot take care of themselves.

Data availability

Dissemination format and Release calendar

Theme Reference period Planned release datesort icon Remarks
Home care
  • 2017
20.08.2018

Theme Reference period Actual release datesort icon Remarks
Home care
  • 2016
18.08.2017
Home care
  • 2015
05.09.2016
Home care
  • 2014
03.09.2015
Home care
  • 2013
03.09.2014
Home care
  • 2012
04.09.2013

Publications

Download CSB publications on various time periods (starting from 2007) in section E-publications and subscribe for paper publications in section Publications.

Data on home care are available in the monthly bulletins and in the statistical yearbooks.

Theme Title Release datesort icon ZIP/PDF
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 23.01.2018
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 27.12.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/10 23.11.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/09 23.10.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/08 25.09.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/07 23.08.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/06 24.07.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/05 26.06.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/04 23.05.2017
General Statistics Latvia. Statistics in brief, 2017 08.05.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 2017/03 24.04.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states, 2017/02 23.03.2017
General Statistics Statistical yearbook of Latvia, 2016 24.02.2017
General Statistics Key socio-economic indicators in the Baltic states 23.02.2017
General Statistics Monthly bulletin of Latvian statistics 2016/12 08.02.2017

Customised data sets

If you would like to obtain statistical data that are not available in publications or in the CSB online data base, please send us an information request:
 - postal mail: 1 Lāčplēša Street, Riga, Latvia, LV-1301;
 - e-mail: info [at] csb [dot] gov [dot] lv;
 - visiting Information centre.

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Data collection

Survey method and source data

Data source used to acquire the data is the report of the Ministry of Welfare "Social services and social aid in country/local government of the city under state jurisdiction in 20X".

Data included in the report cover country as a whole and total numbers in cities under state jurisdiction, as well as breakdown by country.

Data revision

The published data are final and will not be adjusted.

Comparability

Comparability over time

Data on home care are available since 1994. Starting from 2010 data include care-takers provided by local government (do not include services purchased by local government), therefore data on number of care-takers, number of persons receiving home care per one care-taker can not be compared with the information on previous years.

Other comparability

Ministry of Welfare

Ministry of Welfare on its home page publishes information on social services and social aid in country/local government.

http://www.lm.gov.lv/text/2003

Contact person on methodology

Name Surname Phone number Position Email
Lidija Spārīte 67366998 daļas vadītājs Lidija.Sparite@csb.gov.lv

Last update

13.03.2014

Activities of orphan’s courts and guardianship

Child care and social rehabilitation institutions

Explanation of symbols

-

Magnitude zero

0

Less than half of the unit employed

...

Data not available or too uncertain for presentation

X

Figure not applicable because column heading and stub line make entry impossible, absurd or meaningless

.

Data not released for confidentiality reasons

If data are absolute numbers

0

Magnitude zero