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The demographics of North Kirklees is quite varied because of the diversity in this authority, which results in a number of different factors that have influenced the orgnisation and the provision of services. This area has many inequalities partly due to the lack of organisation of funding as well as the diversity of the region. This area consists of many small towns: Batley, Dewsbury, Heckmondwike, Cleckheaton, Mirfield, Huddersfield, and Holmfirth. The diversity of this area is due to the age of the population, health needs, disability, unemployment, the number of single parent families and the number of older people within the population. In order to reduce illness and disease from our area an authority is responsible for organising and buying the provision of services to ensure that the needs to the area is met. This authority is called the CCG. The Clincial Commissing Group is made up of a membership body which consists of senior doctors, a few senior nurse, care consultants. They work in the industry so they know how to spend the money as they will be seeing the needs of the people within the area on a daily basis. They recieve some advice of care from JSNA. There role is to allocate and distribute the funding recieved from the government to the smaller services. They do this by looking at data taken from the services within health and social care, to enable them to meet the needs to the area. A Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) considers the current and future health care needs of the population in Kirklees to notify and suggest the how to plan as well as the commissioning of health and social care services. This includes financial advisors whom assess the allocation of funding to services within Kirklees. Health NeedsHealth needs is when the needs of an area are assessed to allocate sufficient funding to that specific area to help to increase the health in that area, in this cause it will be Kirklees. The CCG determine the defiencies in health of individuals in our area that require health care, from promotion of services and the promotion of good health, to cure and treat illnesses and diseases within our local area. Demographics show the trends of health needs in Kirklees compared to the whole of England (the average). Births, infant mortality and teenage conceptionsFigure 1 shows infant mortality rates on a three year average. Fig _ shows teenage conceptons under 18 years old. Th data shows the rate of females per 1000 aged between 15 and 17. In Kirklees the rate was 4.7 whereas the whole of England showed 4.0 with a difference on 0.7, between 2012 and 2014. The data also shows the rate in Kirklees to be 5.1 and 3.9 in the whole of England, between 2013-2015, with a difference of 1.2, which is greater than what it was between 2012 and 2014. Causes of deathFigure _ shows causes of death in Kirklees compared England in 2013-2015 and 2012-2014. The data shows that between 2013-2015 death caused by smoking was 308.8 whereas the whole of England was 283.5, therefore Kirklees rates for cause of death by smoking was significantly higher than England. (These values given for cause of death by smoking is per 100,000 which includes people 35 years old and older.)  This resulted in the government bringing back “Stoptober”. This is a program that encourages smoker to quit smoking. The data shows that between 2013-2015 suicide was 9.7 whereas the whole of England was 10.1, therefore Kirklees rates for cause of death by suicide was slightly higher than England. (These values given for cause of death by suicide is per 100,000.) The data shows that between 2013-2015 under 75 cause of disease by cardivascular conditions was 79.2 whereas the whole of England was 76.6, therefore Kirklees rates for cause of death due to a cardiovascular condition was slightly higher than England. (These values given for cause of death by a cardiovascular condition is per 100,000.) The data shows that between 2013-2015 under 75 cause of disease by cancer was 141.3 whereas the whole of England was 138.8, therefore Kirklees rates for cause of death due to a cancer was slightly higher than England. (These values given for cause of death by a cardiovascular condition is per 100,000.) Life expectancy (years) at birth 2013 – 2015MalesFigure _ shows the life expectancy between 2013 to 2015 in Kirklees compared to England overall as well as the highest and lowest rate. The life expectancy of males in Kirklees was 78.7 comparing this to England which had a life expectancy rate of 79.5. Kirklees had a lower life expectancy of males by a difference of 0.8. Whereas the highest life expectancy rate for males was 83.4 which had a difference of 4.7, however the lowest life expectancy rate for males was 74.73 which had a difference of 3.97. FemalesFigure _ shows the life expectancy between 2013 to 2015 in Kirklees compared to England overall as well as the highest and lowest rate. The life expectancy of females in Kirklees was 82.4 comparing this to England which had a life expectancy rate of 83.1. Kirklees had a lower life expectancy of females by a difference of 0.7. Whereas the highest life expectancy rate for females was 86.7 which had a difference of 4.3, however the lowest life expectancy rate for females was 79.4 which had a difference of 3. Health and DiseaseUnemploymentUnemployment is the state of having no job which means they might have low income whilst being eligible to work. The data in figure _ shows the age sturucture of people whom were unemployed in June 2017. People between 25 and 34 had the greatest percentage of employment in Kirklees, by 27%. This could be due to a number of reasons because some people might take time of work to look after and raise their children aged between 0 to 5. The smallest percentage of people unemployed is 60+ by 5%. This is significantly small as well as people 55-59 years old by 8% which could be because the study shows elderly people eligible to work. People aged between 60+ tend to develop a long term illness or disease which disables them from working, so they are excused from working, however they still can if they choose to do so. On average unemployment rates have decrease then increases from 2014. In June 2014 Kirklees unemployment rate was 3.1%, then it decreased to 2.1% in June 2016 and then increased to 2.2 June 2017, compared to the average being 1.9%, Kirklees has an increase of 0.3%. Deprivation In Kirklees