There seems to be nothing like the numbers of adult autistics compared to children in the USA – see the graphs below.
In 2005, even with claimed “better diagnosing and greater awareness” comparative numbers [ie. not total figures for the USA]:-
- 5800 children age 3 to 5 – [ie. only a 3 year age gap]
- 275 adults aged 52 to 61 – [ie. over 10 year age gap]
- 63 adults aged 62 to 99 – [ie. over 38 year age gap]
If children older than 3-5 were included so that the age ranges were comparable with the adults, the increases would be greater still.
Children Aged 3 – 5
Autistic children aged 3 to 5 in CDDS Data for period 1992 – 2005
If autism had always been at the levels seen in children, you would expect the numbers in adults to climb to similar levels as in children or even faster if no one was looking at anyone of these older ages much before 1992. But the figures are much lower for adults.
Autistic Adults aged 52 – 61 in CDDS Data for period 1992 – 2005
Autistic Adults aged 62-99 in CDDS Data for period 1992 – 2005
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