Source of care by number of activities of daily living for persons with disabilities aged 15 and over receiving care with at least one activity, 2006
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|Source of care||Number of ADLs1 with which a person received help|
|One†||Two||Three||Four to nine||Total|
|percentage of care receivers|
|All care involving immediate family||72||75||85*||89*||80|
|Immediate family only||57||49*||56||49*||53|
|Immediate family with friends and extended family||11||17*||19*||19*||16|
|Immediate family with paid help||3||8*||8*||14*||8|
|Immediate family with friends, extended family and paid help||F||2E||2E||8||3|
|Friends and extended family only||14||9*||6*E||3*||8|
|Friends and extended family with paid help||F||3E||F||3E||3|
|Paid help only||13||13||4*E||5*||9|
† reference group
* statistically significant difference from reference group (one ADL) at p < 0.05
1. Activities of daily living.
Note: Totals may not add to 100% due to rounding.
Source: Statistics Canada, Participation and Activity Limitation Survey, 2006.
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