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Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network

This is the 6th Community Report from the ADDM Network, which tracks the number and characteristics of children with ASD and other developmental disabilities in diverse communities throughout the United States. The purpose of this Community Report is to highlight the ADDM Network’s most recent scientific findings on ASD and empower those living in the ADDM Network communities—from public health agencies to healthcare organizations to school systems and beyond—to use these data for action.

What’s in the Report:

Executive Summary

What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

What is the ADDM Network?

Key Findings from the ADDM Network: A Snapshot of Autism Spectrum Disorder [English] [Spanish]

A Deeper Dive: Frequently Asked Questions about the ADDM Network Data

Data for Action: How Can You Use the ADDM Network Findings?

State by State: Key Findings and Resources

Arizona [English] [Spanish]

Arkansas

Colorado [English] [Spanish]

Georgia [English] [Spanish]

Maryland

Missouri

New Jersey [English] [Spanish]

North Carolina [English] [Spanish]

South Carolina

Utah [English] [Spanish]

Wisconsin [English] [Spanish]

What Else Do I Need to Know?

Where Can I Get More Information?

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"Children with autism spectrum disorder are not being diagnosed as early as they could be. Learn the signs of autism and get help if you’re concerned."

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