Nursing: Impact of Covid-19

Approximately 4.5 million people with developmental disabilities reside in the US1 and represent a population at high risk for severe health outcomes from COVID-19.2 Developmental disability (DD) represents a broad group of conditions that originate before age 22, are expected to last a lifetime, and result in significant impairments in physical or mental functioning, impacting day-to-day living and necessitating supports and assistance.3 Examples of DD include autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, intellectual disability, and congenital blindness. Emerging data from states indicate that people with DD have higher case fatality rates from COVID-19 than people without disabilities

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