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Table 5 Most limiting barriers for not accessing different domains in the community as much as needed among cases and controls

From: Rapid assessment of disability in the Philippines: understanding prevalence, well-being, and access to the community for people with disabilities to inform the W-DARE project

  Cases (n, %) Controls (n, %)
Health Costs (26, 34 %)
Lack of information (16, 21 %)
Lack of information (10, 36 %)
Costs (7, 25 %)
Work Disability (38, 34 %)
Family attitudes/taking care of family (27, 24 %)
Taking care of family (12, 29 %)
Lack of opportunities (5, 12 %)
Assistive devices Costs (29, 62 %)
Lack of information (8, 17 %)
Costs (6, 60 %)
Lack of information (3, 30 %)
Rehabilitation Costs (22, 33 %)
Lack of information (21, 32 %)
Lack of information (7, 41 %)
Costs (6, 36 %)
Social activities Family attitudes/taking care of family (21, 21 %)
Costs (17, 17 %)
Costs (13, 28 %)
Lack of information/events (22 %)
Community meetings Busy with work or household (29, 32 %)
Disability (15, 17 %)
Lack of information/no invitation (19, 45 %)
Busy with work or household (5, 12 %)
Safe drinking water Costs (9, 43 %)
Lack of information (4, 19 %)
Lack of information (5, 56 %)
Costs (2, 22 %)
Toilet facilities Physical accessibility/No facilities (2, 30 %)
Costs (2, 20 %)
No facilities (3, 50 %)
Religious activities Lack of information/no invitation (18, 25 %)
Disability (14, 19 %)
Lack of information/no invitation (12, 36 %)
Costs (4, 12 %)
Government social welfare services Lack of information (64, 54 %)
No services (16, 14 %)
Lack of information (24, 51 %)
No services (11, 23 %)
DPO Lack of information (54, 61 %)
No DPOs (21, 24 %)
Lack of information (14, 54 %)
No DPOs (6, 23 %)
Education Lack of information (47, 40 %)
No services (28, 24 %)
Lack of information (29, 55 %)
No services (14, 26 %)
Disaster management Lack of information (29, 52 %)
No disaster management in the area (16, 29 %)
Lack of information (16, 76 %)
No disaster management in the area (3, 14 %)
Legal services Lack of information (14, 56 %)
No services (3, 12 %)
Lack of information (7, 50 %)
  1. Note: Number of respondents considered is only those who reported unmet need and therefore the total number of respondents for each domain is different