These reports address specific issues for vulnerable Albertan children and youth in the context of various indicators. Topics were identified in consultation with our partners and stakeholders.
Ministry service use patterns and rates of overlap between programs are evaluated in the context of key indicators (e.g., sex, age, socioeconomic status, region of residence, educational achievement, mental health status, and health service use). These population profiles include: a population overview, Albertan programs/services, and specific disabilities.
Education & Child Care
Community and Social Service Supports
Matrices were created to show the rates of program use overlap. These provide a sense of how many children and youth involved in one program were also using another program. More detailed analyses of cross-program service use are explored in the population profiles.
Data bytes are short reports on key findings.
The Experiences of Albertan youth in 2008/09 project was a demonstration project for the Experiences of Albertan Children and Youth over Time, 2005/06 to 2010/11 project. This study looked at ministry service use for all youth aged 12 to 24 years during one year, 2008/09.
View an Introduction of this project.
View Data Bytes – brief facts on key findings.
View Reports – includes an introduction and summary of findings, 15 topic-directed reports and a technical report.