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  1. Demographic Workshop for Cameron ELK LICC Stacy Antoniadis PaTTAN, EITA Consultant 800-441-3215 stacya@pattan.net

  2. 399 square miles Cameron County Cameron County was created in 1860. The County Seat is Emporium. The county is named after Senator Simon Cameron.

  3. Simon Cameron, served as Sec’y of War under President Lincoln. He was elected to the PA senate in 1845.

  4. General Demographics • Census 2000 • Total population, 5874 • 80% of the population is under retirement age • Median age of the population is 41 years • For every 100 females over 18 there are 94.6 males • 24.5% are under 18 years of age • Population Density, 15 per square mile • Households, 2, 465 • 52% are married couples living together • Average size is 2.39 persons • Families, 1,624 • Average size is 2.96 persons • Race and Ethnicity,98.8% White, 0.57% Hispanic, the remainder are African American, Native Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander and other races. • Ancestry, German, Italian, Irish, English, Polish Cameron

  5. Early Childhood Demographics • Census 2000, children under 5, 288 • Live births in 2005 alone, 46 • Born with low birth weight, 1 • Live births for children under 3 yrs, 170 • (born b/w 7/2002 and 6/2005) • Live births for children less than 1 yr, 55 • (born b/w 7/2004 and 6/2005) Cameron

  6. 832 square miles Elk County

  7. Elk County was created in 1843. The County Seat is Ridgway. It was named for the elk which have historically inhabited the region.

  8. General Demographics • Census 2000 • Total population, 35,112 • 82.7% of the population is under retirement age • Median age of the population is 39 years • For every 100 females over 18 there are 95.3 males • 24% are under 18 years of age • Population Density, 42 persons per square mile • Households, 14,124 • 56% are married couples living together • Average size is 2.45 persons • Families, 9,745 • Average size is 2.99 persons • Race and Ethnicity,98.9% White, 0.4% Hispanic, the remainder are African American, Native Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander and other races. • Ancestry, German, Italian, Irish, Swedish Elk

  9. Early Childhood Demographics • Census 2000, children under 5, 1,518 • Live births in 2005 alone, 306 • Born with low birth weight, 27 • Live births for children under 3 yrs, 948 • (born b/w 7/2002 and 6/2005) • Live births for children less than 1 yr, 349 • (born b/w 7/2004 and 6/2005) Elk

  10. Question: Are the numbers of children enrolled in early intervention for Cameron, Elk, McKean and Potter Counties too high?

  11. Counts Rates per 1000

  12. The Moran I Statistic is plotted on a slope. Clusters and outliers are shown here. The dots represent data values for all 67 PA counties. McKean Potter Elk Cameron

  13. Significance of rates/Smoothed

  14. Clusters by rates/Smoothed white

  15. Answer: YES!! NEW QUESTION: Why?

  16. Elk Cameron

  17. Elk Cameron

  18. Demographic Workshop for Potter and McKean Counties Stacy Antoniadis PaTTAN, EITA Consultant 800-441-3215 stacya@pattan.net

  19. 1081 square miles Potter County(untouched, unspoiled and untamed) Named after James Potter who served as a General in the PA militia during the Revolutionary War and also as Vice President of PA from 1781 – 1782 The County Seat is Coudersport.

  20. General Demographics • Census 2000 • Total population, 18,080 • 83.3% of the population is under retirement age • Median age of the population is 39 years • For every 100 females over 18 there are 94.8 males • 23.7% are under 18 years of age • Population Density, 17 persons per square mile • Households, 7,005 • 59.5% are married couples living together • Average size is 2.54 persons • Families, 5,001 • Average size is 3.02 persons • Race and Ethnicity,98.6% White, 0.57 % Hispanic, the remainder are African American, Native Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander and other races. • Ancestry, German, English, Irish, Italian Potter

  21. Early Childhood Demographics • Census 2000, children under 5, 842 • Live births in 2005 alone, 204 • Born with low birth weight, 25 • Live births for children under 3 yrs, 621 • (born b/w 7/2002 and 6/2005) • Live births for children less than 1 yr, 209 • (born b/w 7/2004 and 6/2005) Potter

  22. 984 square miles McKean CountyNamed after Thomas McKean, former Governor of Pa. Founded in 1804. County Seat is Smethport.

  23. Thomas McKean • Signer of the Declaration of Independence • Chief Justice of Pennsylvania from 1777 to 1799 • Governor of Pennsylvania from 1799 to 1808

  24. General Demographics • Census 2000 • Total population, 45,936 • 83.3% of the population is under retirement age • Median age of the population is 39 years • For every 100 females over 18 there are 98.7 males • 23.7% are under 18 years of age • Population Density, 47 persons per square mile • Households, 18,024 • 52.5% are married couples living together • Average size is 2.4 persons • Families, 12,094 • Average size is 2.93 persons • Race and Ethnicity, 96.4% White, 1.06 % Hispanic, the remainder are African American, Native Indian, Asian, Pacific Islander and other races. • Ancestry, German, Irish, Italian, Swedish, English McKean

  25. Early Childhood Demographics • Census 2000, children under 5, 2,620 • Live births in 2005 alone, 484 • Born with low birth weight, 50 • Live births for children under 3 yrs, 1,390 • (born b/w 7/2002 and 6/2005) • Live births for children less than 1 yr, 487 • (born b/w 7/2004 and 6/2005) McKean

  26. Question: Are the numbers of children enrolled in early intervention for Cameron, Elk, McKean and Potter Counties too high?

  27. Counts Rates per 1000

  28. The Moran I Statistic is plotted on a slope. Clusters and outliers are shown here. The dots represent data values for all 67 PA counties. McKean Potter Elk Cameron

  29. Significance of rates/Smoothed

  30. Clusters by rates/Smoothed

  31. Answer: YES!! NEW QUESTION: Why?

  32. McKean Potter Cameron-Elk

  33. McKean Cameron-Elk Potter