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Census 2021 - How to help someone else complete the censusCensus 2021 - How to help someone else complete the census

Census Day is 21 March 2021. The census is a survey about all the households in England and Wales. Every householder is responsible for completing a questionnaire for their household and should either answer for all household members or ensure they all have their own.

Everyone must complete or be included in the census and provide accurate information. The Census is online, using an access code in the letter about the Census, but people can ask for a paper copy to be posted to them. There is more about the census and how it operates at Census 2021.

People can complete the census on the day or in advance if they answer as if it is 21 March. If they need help, they can:

For those such as care staff who may be asked to help people complete the census, there is guidance on Getting started: Completing the census for someone else This includes a section on helping someone who lacks the capacity to answer for themselves.

There is information on accessibility on the Census website at: Languages and accessibility

The census is also taking place in Northern Ireland on 21 March 2021. More information: The 2021 census in Scotland was moved to 2022 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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