Did you seek advice or treatment for the illness outside the home?
Warning: these figures indicate the number of cases found in the data file. They cannot be interpreted as summary statistics of the population of interest.
'Seeking care outside the home' means going outside the family or household for advice or treatment. Seeking care could include anything from asking a neighbour for advice, to holding a religious ceremony on the child's behalf, to going to a hospital. If a physician or other provider visits the household to give care this counts as seeking care outside the home. The child may or may not have accompanied the caretaker when she sought care. For example, going to buy medicine without the child counts as seeking care.
If the answer is "yes", go on to Q. 10. Otherwise skip to Q. 11.