Developmental Screening – Supplemental Data Tables

Children Aged 10 Months–5 Years Receiving a Standard Developmental Screening, by Location, 2011–2012
Location Received Screening Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Urban No 10,597,793 69.1 0.76%
Yes 4,746,549 30.9 0.76%
Large Rural No 1,147,097 69.5 1.84%
Yes 502,298 30.5 1.84%
Small Rural No 1,136,136 69.3 1.78%
Yes 502,162 30.7 1.78%
Children Aged 10 Months–5 Years Receiving a Standard Developmental Screening, by Location and Poverty Level, 2011–2012
Location Poverty Level Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Federal Poverty Level (FPL) is based on the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services poverty guidelines. Poverty was $23,050 for a family of 4 in 2012.
Urban 0–99% FPL 1,191,262 32.3 1.75%
100–199% FPL 1,007,460 31.8 1.76%
200–399% FPL 1,211,579 29.2 1.42%
≥400% FPL 1,336,248 30.8 1.20%
Large Rural 0–99% FPL 149,743 27.7 3.15%
100–199% FPL 132,367 31.6 4.18%
200–399% FPL 143,334 31.9 3.37%
≥400% FPL 76,853 32.0 3.82%
Small Rural 0–99% FPL 165,787 33.0 3.22%
100–199% FPL 138,182 27.7 3.31%
200–399% FPL 133,403 31.4 3.53%
≥400% FPL 64,790 30.7 4.32%
Children Aged 10 Months–5 Years Receiving a Standard Developmental Screening, by Location and Insurance Type, 2011–2012
Location Insurance Type Weighted Frequency Percent Standard Error
Urban Public 1,955,493 31.5 1.32%
Private 2,555,598 30.7 0.91%
Uninsured 171,924 27.5 4.79%
Large Rural Public 259,113 32.1 2.75%
Private 234,040 31.9 2.56%
Uninsured 3,504 3.8 1.72%
Small Rural Public 268,017 29.8 2.35%
Private 204,497 32.0 2.99%
Uninsured 22,890 31.0 7.02%

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