TABLE 2

Mental Health and Developmental Indicators

Depression (n = 81 860)Anxiety (n = 81 857)ADHD (n = 81 664)Conduct (n = 81 884)Learning Disability (n = 77 731)Developmental Delay (n = 81 794)Autism (n = 81 852)
Never diagnosed with epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases159825195294224754172117830
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)1.9 (1.7–2.2)2.7 (2.5–3.0)6.2 (5.9–6.7)3.2 (2.9–3.5)7.3 (6.9–7.8)2.8 (2.6–3.1)0.9 (0.8–1.1)
Current epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases49951279028624965
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)8.4 (4.3–15.7)17.4 (10.2–28.1)23.1 (15.3–33.3)15.6 (9.6–24.4)56 (44.6–66.9)50.5 (39.1–61.9)15.5 (8.5–26.4)
Relative risk adjusteda (95% CI)3.43 (1.96–6.00)5.26 (3.26–8.50)2.92 (2.01–4.25)3.83 (2.37–6.20)6.73 (5.47–8.29)16.37 (12.77–20.99)15.55 (8.67–27.90)
Former epilepsy/seizure disorder
No. cases354970411197725
Weighted prevalence (95% CI)7.3 (4.3–11.9)8.9 (5.8–13.4)15.6 (9.9–23.6)8 (4.9–12.9)26.2 (20.0–33.5)17.1 (12.1–23.6)6.8 (3.5–12.8)
Relative risk adjusteda (95% CI)2.93 (1.74–4.93)2.6 (1.69–4.01)1.57 (1.10–2.24)1.99 (1.23–3.20)3.05 (2.32–4.01)5.42 (3.84–7.65)7.02 (3.78–13.06)
  • a Models include controls for household income, family structure, race/ethnicity, parent education, child age, and gender.