Local Data

Community Health and Wellbeing Profile

Central Vic PCP staff have updated the Community Health & Wellbeing Profile and created a new-look document.  This has been developed to provide information and statistics about the health and wellbeing of our region’s residents.  Members can use the information as a resource in the planning of health priorities, to assist in submission writing, to gauge the development and success of long-term health promotion projects, and to lobby Governments for funding to improve health outcomes for our community.

(to receive a copy of this document in an excel spreadsheet, please email admin@centralvicpcp.com.au)

LGA Community Profiles 2017

          

     

2018 AEDC Data

The Australian Early Development Census (AEDC) is a nationwide data collection of early childhood development at the time children commence their first year of full-time school.  The AEDC highlights what is working well and what needs to be improved or developed to support children and their families. The AEDC is held every three years, with the ​2018 AEDC data collection being the ​fourth collection. The Instrument collects data relating to five key areas of early childhood development referred to as ‘domains’, these include:

  • Physical health and well being
  • Social competence
  • Emotional maturity
  • Language and cognitive skills
  • Communication skills and general knowledge

The AEDC domains have been shown to predict later health, wellbeing and academic success.

Please see data for our local government area below or For more information visit: https://www.aedc.gov.au/

Snapshot document available for each LGA

VicHealth Indicators Survey (2015):

Central Goldfields Shire Profile Summary

Macedon Ranges Shire Profile Summary

Mount Alexander Shire Profile Summary

LGA 2016 Census Community Profiles

Central Goldfields

Mount Alexander

Macedon Ranges

Central Victorian Primary Care Partnership acknowledges the traditional owners on whose land we live and work, their rich culture and spiritual connection to country. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and celebrate their living culture and unique role in the life of our catchment.

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