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Disability prevalence and the need for assistance for U.S. Americans 2010 by age

This statistic represents the disability prevalence and the need for assistance for citizens of the United States in 2010, divided by age. In 2010, some six percent of U.S. Americans aged between 55 and 64 years needed assistance.

Disability prevalence and the need for assistance in the United States in 2010, by age group*

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Source

Release date

July 2012

Region

United States

Survey time period

May to August 2010

Special properties

All ages

Supplementary notes

* The need for assistance with activities of daily living was not asked for children under 6 years.

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