Autism Prevalence Report Archive

May 28, 2020

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The CDC’s website contains a lot of information.  Because of this, it can be difficult, if not impossible, to navigate and find what you’re looking for.  Who wants to spend hours and hours searching for old reports?  We sure don’t!  Since we’re fairly confident that we aren’t the only ones who feel this way, we’ve collected and archived all of the CDC’s autism prevalence reports in one, easy-to-find location for you.

Below, you will find:

  • Links to PDF copies of reports released by the CDC’s ADDM:
    • Scientific reports
    • Community reports/summaries
    • Any errata published subsequent to the original reports
  • Links to TACA’s response to each report

Remember, it takes the CDC about four years to analyze data and release a new prevalence rate. Be sure to take the survey versus the reporting year into consideration when searching the reports.


2020 Report for Survey Year 2016


2018 Report for Survey Year 2014

TACA's Response:


2016 Report for Survey Year 2012


2014 Report for Survey Year 2010


2012 Report for Survey Year 2008

TACA's Response:


2009 Report for Survey Years 2004 and 2006

TACA's Response:


2007 Report for Survey Years 2000 and 2002


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