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Data SourcesReference population for the study of disabilityTopics
b. Health and social caree. Education and scholastic integrationf. Work and employmentc. Economic conditionsg. Healthd. Householdsk. Social protectionj. Accident and work-related diseases a. Persons with disabilitiesh. Social lifei. Transport
Istat data source
Processing of hospital discharge data (External link)note 0 X
Survey on social actions and services of single and associated municipalites  (External link)note 1 X
European Union Statistics on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC)  (External link)note 2
Survey on integration of students with disability in private and public primary and lower secondary schools (External link)note 3 X
Multipurpose survey on households: aspects of daily life - general part  (External link)note 4 X X
Multipurpose survey on households: health conditions and use of medical services  (External link)note 5 X X X X X X X X
Residential care facilities (External link)note 6 X
Statistics on social security and welfare - Beneficiaries of pensions  (External link)note 7 X
Other agencies data source
INAIL Archive on harmful events (accidents at work and professional diseases)note 8 X
Eurostat Databasenote 9 X
Monitoring of the Employment Services note 10 X
Information System of the Ministry of Education, University and Research (SIMPI)note 11 X
Reference population
(0) Discharge of patiens with mental disorders.
(1) Services used by persons under age 64 with problems of physical, mental or sensory disability (including people living with HIV or living with TB), services aimed at improving the quality of life of the elderly, to foster their mobility, social integration and conduct of the primary functions, services and interventions for elderly patients with Alzheimer's disease.
(2) People with disabilities: people living in a household who claims to have some limitations, which continue for at least 6 months in the activities that people normally do.
(3) All primary and lower secondary schools both state and not-state and students with disabilities who benefit the teacher's support.
(4) People with disabilities: people living in a household who claims to have some limitations, which continue for at least 6 months in the activities that people normally do.
(5) People with disabilities. People of 6 years and over, living in a household, who stated, excluding conditions related to temporary limitations, that they are not able to do their usual daily activities, even taking into account the possible use of aids (prostheses, canes, glasses, etc.). The usual daily activities include the activities of personal care (dressing, washing, bathing or showering, eating), the activities of the mobility and locomotion (walking, climbing up and down stairs, bend down, lie down, etc.) and activities communication (hearing, seeing, speaking).
(6) Children under 18 years who have physical, mental, sensory or multiple disabilities; adults between 18 and 64 years who have physical, mental, sensory, multiple disabilities or psychiatric problems; not self-sufficient people over 65 years whith a permanent disability or chronic illnesses, with consequent reduction of personal autonomy as much to need continuosly help or to perform important functions of life daily.
(7) People with disabilities, certified by the appropriate committees or medical examiners, which is recognized for providing monetary benefits.
(8) People with permanent disability: disability that implies a diminishment of working capacity with permanent consequences equal to or more than 6% and/or a biological damage, conceived as an injury to one's mental and physical integrity, subject to a medical-legal check.
(9) People with disabilities who receive assistance from the social protection system in the form of monetary transfers and/or services.
(10) In accordance with Article 1 of Law 12 March 1999, n. 68, are included: a) people in working age suffering from physical, mental or sensory and intellectual disabilities resulting in a reduction in capacity working more than 45 per cent; b) people with a degree of disability, due to the previous work, exceeding 33 percent; c) blind or deaf and dumb; d) war invalids, civil war invalids and invalids servicemen with disabilities ascribed to the eight classes of the rules of war pensions.
(11) Pupils/students with disabilities (visual, auditive, motor, intellectual and other disabilities).