Disability Statistics: Information, Charts, Graphs and Tables Document List
Updated/Revised Date: 2021-02-09
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Although some of these documents from our Disability Facts and Statistics category may have since been updated, re-written, replaced, or revised, they are sorted below by their original publish date. The most recent publications are listed at the top of the table with older articles being listed in descending order by the date they were created.
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List of Disability Facts and Statistics Publications:
BraunAbility survey reveals people who use wheelchairs found least accommodated among marginalized groups with only 23% of mobility disability community believing people with mobility challenges are fairly accommodated.
COVID-19 was the 3rd cause of disability for U.S. workers in 2020 and disability claims for behavioral health on the rise.
Information, including facts and statistics regarding the results of the Irish Health Survey 2019, Disabilities.
FBI hate crime data submitted by 15,588 law enforcement agencies provide information about offenses, victims, offenders, and locations of hate crimes.
Freedom of Information Requests submitted on behalf of A Wood Idea have revealed that UK council funding through Disabled Facilities Grants (DFGs) is at a 10-year high.
Annual U.S. disability employment statistics chart by state reveals Americans with disabilities saw a slowdown in job gains compared to the previous year.
U.S. CDC figures show 1 in 4 US adults now live with a disability, with cognitive disability most common in younger adults and mobility disabilities most common for others.
By 2030 all U.S. baby boomers will be older than age 65, this will expand the size of the senior population so 1 in 5 residents will then be of retirement age.
Report conducted by The Intellectual Disability Supplement to The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA) by academics from Trinity College Dublin.
FBI Hate Crime Statistics, 2016 - U.S. Bias-motivated incidents submitted by law enforcement agencies regarding offenses, victims, offenders, and locations of hate crimes.
Study by WHO and the Guttmacher Institute reveals majority of unsafe abortions occurred in developing countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America.
Study estimates numbers of children born annually with Down syndrome in nine U.S. states and prevalence of Down syndrome in each of those states populations.
New U.S. Census Bureau population estimates reveal the U.S. population has a distinctly older age profile than it did 16 years ago.
U.S. Census Bureau Facts for Features provides a demographic statistics snapshot of the American population with a disability and examines various services available to them.
Tables and charts showing number of U.S. population with a disability, statistics ordered by ages and general classification, or type, of disability.
Charts showing U.S. census disability percentage statistics by age, state, county and city, in the United States.
New statistics from WHO reveals almost half of all deaths globally are now recorded with a cause of death.
HMD Fact Sheet summarizes findings from the first round of qualified individuals who completed the online Survey on Hidden Mobility Disabilities.
NCSES U.S. federal government report - 2017 Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering (WMPD).
Assessment and charts show statistics of world countries efforts to address the rights of persons with disabilities.
Law enforcement agencies submitted reports involving 5,850 criminal incidents and 6,885 related offenses as being motivated by bias toward race, ethnicity, ancestry, religion, sexual orientation, disability, gender, and gender identity.
Disability hate crimes are very different than other hate crimes motivated by race, ethnicity and religion.
Report from U.S. Census Bureau examines continuing global aging trend and projected growth of the population age 65 and over, with emphasis on differences among world regions.
Research reveals gap between what Americans say about themselves and what they think about others when it comes to disability in the workplace and sports.
New report provides state-by-state data on disability types as CDC reveals 53 million adults in the US live with a disability.
Estimates of disabilities include six specific classifications: hearing, vision, cognitive, ambulatory, self-care and independent living.
Overwhelming public support for the Americans with Disabilities Act, but disagreements exist on what should qualify as a disability.
Information regarding the number of wheelchair users in various areas of the U.K..
Study finds Mexican Americans spending high proportion of later years with some form of disability, suggesting growing need for community assistance and long-term care in the future.
One in five insured Americans avoid seeing a doctor due to fear of cost - results suggest significant implications for those with chronic conditions.
U.S. Census Bureau facts and statistics in honor of 2014 Veterans Day on November the 11th.
The U.S. Census Bureau provides American disability facts for features for the anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26 .
Information relating to the report Crime Against Persons with Disabilities 2009 to 2012 Statistical Tables (NCJ 244525).
New survey shows unemployment rate among people with intellectual disabilities is more than twice as high as for the general population.
Comprehensive analysis of disease burden in the U.S. includes estimates for death and disability from 291 diseases conditions and injuries as well as 67 risk factors.
Number of people with disability living in the United States and other Disability in America facts and statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau.
Recent study shows more children today have a disability than a decade ago and greatest increase is among kids in higher-income families.
Information about barriers to employment, prior work experience, career and financial assistance, changes to the workplace and related topics for persons with a disability.
Detailed report on mobility device use in the U.S. including percentage of scooter and wheelchair users.
Report offers information about occurrence of disabilities among people 18 and older who received income-based government assistance based on data from 2011 American Community Survey.
Comparing medically attended non-occupational and occupational injuries among U.S. workers with and without disabilities.
Information and statistics on the amount of people receiving federal disability income in the United States.
Examines health status and access to health care among older populations in most populous low to middle income countries.
2012 facts and statistics regarding the senior population in the United States from the US Census Bureau.
Infographic examines the subject of disability in America and highlights some of the obstacles that disabled Americans face on a daily basis.
U.S. population 65 and older is now the largest in terms of size and percent of the population compared with any previous census.
Latest U.S. Veteran facts and statistics from the Census Bureau for Veterans Day 2011.
Figures facts and statistics relating to disability in America today supplied by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Prevalence of diabetes has risen or at best remained unchanged in virtually every part of the world over the last three decades.
The World Health Organization and The World Bank present a new global estimate concerning the numbers of People with Disabilities in the world.
Demographic study of people with disabilities in the State of Indiana.
Skin cancer is the most common of all cancer types, and also the most common type of cancer in the United States. There are over one million cases of skin cancer diagnosed each year in the US..
US State by State facts and statistics showing one in 10 American children has a mental illness.
Housing costs for people living with disabilities who depend on Supplemental Security Income (SSI).
Safest American Cities for Families with Young Children evaluated the 50 largest US cities on specific criteria.
Facts cover topics such as disability income educational attainment housing and family structure for all geographies with populations of 65000 or more.
Many unmarried Americans do not identify with the word single because they are parents have partners or are widowed.
Citizens Advice Bureaux across England and Wales dealt with more benefits problems than last year.
U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics employment status of persons with a disability in the United States.
Disability facts and statistics for the 20th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
U.S. Census Bureau Facts and statistics regarding grandparents in America for Grandparents Day.
Improving marketing efforts to include Baby Boomers and people with disabilities in need of accessible travel options.
CDA member companies paid $8.1 billion in ongoing disability insurance payments to disabled individuals.
Information facts and disability statistics for the state of Colorado from the 2008 American Community Survey.
Number of people 65 and older is projected to climb rapidly in the United States.
Economic downturn has affected employment and the way Americans manage their spending and saving.
Census Bureau facts and statistics for senior Americans for Senior Citizens Month.
Only half of American children and teenagers who have certain mental disorders receive professional services.
Presidents Fiscal 2010 budget includes some allocations for Autism.
In recent years the prevalence of Osteoarthritis has risen rapidly and this trend is expected to continue.
U.S. Census Bureau facts and statistics relating to United States Veterans.
Information and statistics collected from the Current Population Survey regarding people with disabilities.
Persons with disabilities experienced higher rates of violence than persons of similar ages without disabilities.
People experiencing income poverty who have disabilities is far larger than conventionally understood.
Statistics show the number of acute injuries connected to computers is rising rapidly.
Statistics shows illnesses and medical bills contribute to a large and increasing share of bankruptcies in the US.
The number of U.S. adults reporting a disability increased by 3.4 million between 1999 and 2005.
More teenagers and young adults survive cancer diagnosis according to Canadian Cancer Statistics 2009 released by the Canadian Cancer Society.
Patients at top-performing hospitals 43 percent less likely to experience a medical error.
Australian Bureau of Statistics show 40% of people with a disability went to the cinema1 in 5 reported they had a disability which restricted everyday activities and lasted at least six months.
Statistics on life expectancy with Cystic fibrosis a genetic disorder which occurs in one in 3200 Caucasian births.
Statistics revealing the type and frequency of medical emergencies on board two airlines show fainting most common.
The World Health Organization estimates 65 - 80 percent of the population use holistic naturopathic medicine as a primary form of health care.
A brief look at the newest disability statistics in Florida and the importance of these statistics.
Statistics show American workers are not preparing for the potential financial consequences that a disability can create.
The statistics of dementia are staggering with an estimated 24 million people living with some form of dementia worldwide.
Current dementia statistics in the UK shows the costs for looking after people with dementia will cost billions each year.
Unemployment rates for persons with and without disabilities in Canada by provinces.
About one in five US residents 19 percent reported some level of disability in 2005 according to Census Bureau.
These numbers show facts and figures on those with disabilities in the United States.
Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) estimates that 3,958,300 people or 20% of the Australian population had a disability.
The survey results confirm that the disability rate in Canada increases steadily with age.
New statistics show continued growth of long-term disability claims and decline in social security disability insurance applications approval rate.
Research has shown the more socially active older person has less chance of developing depression and mental disorders associated with aging.
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