Report finds more childhood disabilities are not physical

More U.S. families report having a child with a disability, with fewer of those disabilities being physical in nature, according to a study released Tuesday by researchers from Princeton University and the Brookings Institution. Researchers noted in the report that the lack of available data on the numbers of children with disabilities over time makes it "difficult to resolve the controversy over how much of the increase in disability reflects changes in incidence or changes in definition and diagnosis."

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