TABLE 5

Service Use and Access

Preventive Health Visit (n = 90 784)Mental Health Treatment (n = 81 860)Special Education Services (n = 63 795)Care in a Medical Home (n = 88 034)Unmet Care Coordination Need (n = 91 447)Unmet Medical Care Need (n = 91 487)Unmet Mental Health Need (n = 91 487)
Never diagnosed with epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases78 7496982662554 19737922686751
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)88.5 (88.0–89.0)7.9 (7.5–8.4)10.6 (10.0–11.2)57.7 (56.9–58.6)5.5 (5.1–6.0)3.5 (3.2–3.9)0.8 (0.7–1.0)
Current epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases4851472851811065523
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)92 (81.9–96.7)27.7 (19.4–38.0)74.8 (65.5–82.3)39.7 (28.1–52.5)18.8 (12.3–27.5)18.2 (8.4–34.9)8.1 (3.1–19.6)
Relative risk adjusteda (95% CI)1.06 (0.98–1.15)3.07 (2.25–4.20)6.39 (5.44–7.50)0.72 (0.54–0.96)3.34 (2.17–5.14)4.91 (2.29–10.51)7.24 (3.13–16.71)
Former epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases40379124207462710
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)88.5 (88.0–89.0)15.2 (10.7–21.2)30.6 (23.3–38.9)40.7 (33.1–48.7)14.3 (9.2–21.6)5 (2.9–8.6)1.5 (0.7–3.2)
Relative risk adjusteda (95% CI)1.04 (0.98–1.10)1.58 (1.13–2.20)2.62 (2.04–3.37)0.78 (0.65–0.93)2.31 (1.50–3.57)1.32 (0.75–2.31)1.33 (0.58–3.03)
  • a Models include controls for household income, family structure, race/ethnicity, parent education, child age, and gender.