10% Of Non-Institutionalized Adults In United States Live With A Severe Cognitive Disability
News | August 28, 2015
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About 10% of adults age 18 and older in the United States in 2013 lived with a cognitive disability that created serious difficulty with concentrating, remembering, or making decisions. Across the states, the prevalence of cognitive disability in the population ranged from the low of 6.9% in North Dakota and South Dakota to the high…
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