Table 4.14-1
Severity of disability for adults and children with disabilities by sex and age groups, Yukon Territory, 2006

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spacer Total population
Age groups Total1 Mild or moderate2 Severe or
very severe2
Mild3 Moderate3 Severe3 Very
severe3
Total - aged 15 years and over 3,790 1,490 1060 970 280E
15 to 64 2,810 1,190 790 620 220E
15 to 24 260E 130E x x x
25 to 44 740 390 170E 120E x
45 to 64 1,810 660 570 450 120E
65 and over 980 300 270E 340 F
65 to 74 540 180E 150E 170E x
75 and over 450 120E 120E 180E x
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Age groups Total1 Mild or
moderate2
Severe or
very severe2
Mild3 Moderate3 Severe3 Very
severe3
Total - aged 15 years and over 1,900 770 570 420 150E
15 to 64 1,450 660 410 270E F
15 to 24 170E x x x x
25 to 44 330 210E 70E x x
45 to 64 950 380 300E 210E x
65 and over 460 110E 160E 140E x
65 to 74 240 x F x x
75 and over 220E x x x x
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Age groups Total1 Mild or
moderate2
Severe or
very severe2
Mild3 Moderate3 Severe3 Very
severe3
Total - aged 15 years and over 1,890 720 490 550 130E
15 to 64 1,360 530 380 350 110E
15 to 24 90E x x x x
25 to 44 410 180E 100E 80E x
45 to 64 870 290 270E 240E 60E
65 and over 530 190 110E 200E x
65 to 74 300 130E 60E 90E x
75 and over 230E 70E x x x
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1. The sum of the values for each category may differ from the total due to rounding.
2. Applies to children aged 0 to 4.
3. Not applicable to children 0-4 years of age.
Source: Statistics Canada, Participation and Activitiy Limitation Survey, 2006.