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State Profiles

Disability and Health Data, Adults 18+ years of age

(source: Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System Data – BRFSS, 2013 & 2014)
These fact sheets provide an overview of disability in each state compared to national estimates. You can use this information to learn more about the percentages and characteristics of adults with disabilities in your state. Click on any state in the list below to view that state’s profile:

A Snapshot of Disability in the U.S.
Alabama View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 366 KB]
Alaska View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 403 KB]
Arizona View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 345 KB]
Arkansas View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 366 KB]
California View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 364 KB]
Colorado View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 340 KB]
Connecticut View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 344 KB]
Delaware View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 351 KB]
District of Columbia View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 342 KB]
Florida View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 373 KB]
Georgia View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 357 KB]
Hawaii View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 351 KB]
Idaho View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 352 KB]
Illinois View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
Indiana View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 354 KB]
Iowa View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 357 KB]
Kansas View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 353 KB]
Kentucky View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 367 KB]
Louisiana View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 372 KB]
Maine View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 356 KB]
Maryland View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 520 KB]
Massachusetts View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 350 KB]
Michigan View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 366 KB]
Minnesota View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
Mississippi View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
Missouri View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 364 KB]
Montana View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 351 KB]
Nebraska View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
Nevada View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 346 KB]
New Hampshire View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
New Jersey View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 347 KB]
New Mexico View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 345 KB]
New York View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 354 KB]
North Carolina View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 357 KB]
North Dakota View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 345 KB]
Ohio View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 352 KB]
Oklahoma View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 357 KB]
Oregon View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 353 KB]
Pennsylvania View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
Rhode Island View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 348 KB]
South Carolina View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 379 KB]
South Dakota View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 352 KB]
Tennessee View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 373 KB]
Texas View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 360 KB]
Utah View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 348 KB]
Vermont View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 349 KB]
Virginia View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 359 KB]
Washington View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 357 KB]
West Virginia View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 383 KB]
Wisconsin View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 352 KB]
Wyoming View Web Page Print Version [PDF – 345 KB]

CDC’s National Center on Birth Defects and Developmental Disabilities supports efforts to include adults with disabilities in disease prevention, health promotion, and emergency response activities, while working to remove barriers to health care and improve access to routine preventive services.

Visit Disability and Health Data System to find additional topics about the health and wellness of adults with disabilities in your state.

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