Cockburn & Kwinana Data

Cockburn AEDC Data

kwinana-kids-1024x1024The 2015 AEDC data for the City of Cockburn did show improvements in language and cognitive skills, which were also experienced state and nation wide; however there was a significant increase in the number of developmentally at risk children in the domain of social competence. Cockburn remained on a similar path to previous years, showing 1 in 5 children were developmentally vulnerable in one or more domains and fared well when compared to the rest of Western Australia and the national average.

Kwinana AEDC Data

The 2015 AEDC data for the City of Kwinana showed improvements across all five domains, which has been a consistent development since 2009. However, Kwinana still has a significantly higher proportion of children developmentally vulnerable and developmentally at risk when compared to all of Western Australia and the National results. In 2015, 1 in 4 children were presenting as developmentally vulnerable in one or more domains, an improvement from 1 in 3 in 2009. The most improvement occurred in the language and cognitive domain; while physical health and wellbeing, social competency and emotional maturity show the highest levels of developmental vulnerability.