Graphique

En ligne (disponible) - Graphique
Prevalence of disability among adults aged 15 years and over, by type of disability and sex, Canada, 2001 / COSSETTE, Lucie ; DUCLOS, Édith. In A profile of disability in Canada, 2001.
Ottawa : Statistics Canada, 2002, p. 17.

http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/89-577-XIE/89-577... (20-06-2005)
Éditeur(s) des données : Statistics Canada
Format de fichier : Image JPEG
Taille du fichier : 52 Ko Type de graphique : Graphique à barres
Droits d'auteur : Statistique Canada

Mots-clés principaux
:
Statistiques
Homme
Femme
Incapacité
Audition
Vision (sens)
Parole
Mobilité
Mémoire
Douleur
Canada


Résumé :

Source : Statistics Canada. Participation and activity limitation survey, 2001

Cited from : COSSETTE, Lucie ; DUCLOS, Édith. A profile of disability in Canada, 2001 [Online]. Ottawa : Statistics Canada, 2002, p. 17. http://www.statcan.ca/english/freepub/89-577-XIE/89-577-XIE2001001.pdf (Retrieved June 20, 2005).

Mobility problems are the type of disability most often reported by adults aged 15 and over. In 2001, nearly 2.5 million or 10.5% of Canadians had difficulty walking, climbing stairs, carrying an object for a short distance, standing in line for 20 minutes or moving about from one room to another. For all age groups, women were more likely to have mobility problems than men. Indeed, among adults aged 15 and over, there was a significant difference in the overall proportion of women (12.2%) and men (8.6%) with a mobility-related disability.

Langue : Anglais
Doc n° : 18955
NumRec : 1895503
Contenu dans Voir aussi
18955.JPG
18955.JPG
 

       

  Copier Permanent URL de cette page Ajouter cette page

     

disponible (Document N° : 18952)


Aller vers :   IUGM    Fondation IUGM   Centre de recherche IUGM