Age specific incidence of dementia in United States 2015

This statistic gives the estimated values for the age specific dementia incidence rate in among older U.S. persons, as of 2015. The incidence increases steadily with age, from 3.8 incidence per one thousand people in the age group of 60-64 years up to 112 per thousand for people aged over 90 years.

Estimated dementia incidence rate among older people in the United States as of 2015, by age group (per 1,000 population)*

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Release date

August 2015


North America

Survey time period

as of 2015

Age group

60 years and older

Supplementary notes

* Values are generated from Poisson random effect models.

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