Children aged 0-17 with a disability (percent) by race/ethnicity

The number of children aged 0-17 years with at least one of the following: serious difficulty with hearing, vision, cognition or activities of daily living divided by the number of children aged 0-17 years, times 100, for the total population and by race/ethnicity.

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Last Updated February 3, 2020
Year(s) Data available for 2012-2017, except for census divisions (1-year data, 2009-2017), census regions (1-year data, 2009-2017), counties (1-year data, 2009-2017), metro- and micropolitan statistical areas (1-year data, 2009-2017), nation (1-year data, 2009-2017), places/cities (1-year data, 2009-2017), states (1-year data, 2009-2017), unified school districts (1-year data, 2009-2017), and census tracts (2012 & 2017).
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Source

American Community Survey 1-Year Summary Files, 2009-2017, Table(s): B18101A, B18101B, B18101C, B18101D, B18101E, B18101F, B18101G, B18101H, B18101I, C18101. American Community Survey 5-Year Summary Files, 2012-2017, Table(s): B18101, B18101A, B18101B, B18101C, B18101D, B18101E, B18101F, B18101G, B18101H, B18101I.

Notes

The ACS includes three questions to determine whether respondents have serious difficulty with hearing, vision, and/or cognition and three questions on serious difficulty with activities of daily living.

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