Table 5.4-1
Type of disability for adults and children with disabilities by sex, Canada1, 2006

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Age groups Psychological3
Total2 Males Females
Total - all ages 649,780 276,760 373,020
Total - aged less than 15 years 60,310 40,840 19,470
0 to 4
5 to 9 25,000 18,400 6,600
10 to 14 35,310 22,440 12,860
Total - aged 15 years and over 589,470 235,920 353,550
15 to 64 505,630 202,180 303,440
15 to 24 44,900 21,500 23,400
25 to 44 179,470 67,000 112,470
45 to 64 281,250 113,680 167,570
65 and over 83,840 33,740 50,110
65 to 74 45,830 18,900E 26,930
75 and over 38,010 14,830E 23,180E
Age groups Delay4
Total2 Males Females
Total - all ages
Total - aged less than 15 years
0 to 4 17,090 10,840 6,250
5 to 9
10 to 14
Total - aged 15 years and over
15 to 64
15 to 24
25 to 44
45 to 64
65 and over
65 to 74
75 and over
Age groups Chronic5
Total2 Males Females
Total - all ages
Total - aged less than 15 years 135,570 87,240 48,330
0 to 4 19,230 12,120 7,110
5 to 9 50,340 33,320 17,020
10 to 14 66,000 41,800 24,200
Total - aged 15 years and over
15 to 64
15 to 24
25 to 44
45 to 64
65 and over
65 to 74
75 and over
1. The Canada total includes the Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
2. The sum of the values for each category may differ from the total due to rounding.
3. Not applicable to children 0 to 4 years of age.
4. Applies to children aged 0 to 4.
5. Applies to children aged 0 to 14.
Source: Statistics Canada, Participation and Activitiy Limitation Survey, 2006.