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Table 5 Characteristics of homes and residents

From: The acceptability and feasibility of using the Adult Social Care Outcomes Toolkit (ASCOT) to inform practice in care homes

Variable Home 1 Home 2 Home 3 Home 4 All
Home characteristics
 Type Nursing Nursing Residential Residential -
 Size 64 39 37 29 -
 Provider National chain National chain Small independent Small independent -
Resident characteristics T1
N 15 9 20 14 58
N female (%) 9 (60 %) 6 (67 %) 20 (100 %) 14 (100 %) 85
 % White British/Irish 87 100 100 100 97
 Age range (min-max) 77–96 73–93 74–97 73–94 73–97
 Mean Age 87 82 87 86 86
 % lacking capacity 100 44 30 36 53
 Mean Bathel Index Daily Living 8.00 4.44 10.55 9.43 8.67
 Mean MDS CPS (0-6) 3.80 3.67 3.00 3.36 3.40
Resident characteristics T2
N 15 7a 20 14 56
 % lacking capacity 100 43 30 36 52
 Bathel Index Daily Living 6.20 6.00 8.80 9.29 7.88
 MDS CPS 3.80 3.86 3.05 3.50 3.46
  1. aAlthough SCRQoL data is not reported for T2 in home 2, we do have data from the home about the characteristics of 7 residents during that time and these are reported here