FY 2018 RISP Infographics
How many people in the United States have IDD?
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There were 7.43 million people with an intellectual or developmental disability in the United States in 2018. Of those, 20% or 1.55 million people were known to their state developmental disabilities agency. 18% or 1.31 million people received at least one long-term support or service in addition to case management.
Note: US prevalence estimates for adults are from 1994/95 National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) Disability Supplement. Prevalence (Larson, et al., 2001). Estimates for children are from the 2016 NHIS (Zablotsky et al., 2017).
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