This indicator shows the distribution of New Zealand’s total population by disability status and age. The term ‘disability’ means some form of limitation that affects a person’s daily activities.

Disability status

This indicator shows the percentage of disabled New Zealanders by age group. A disabled person is someone who experiences activity limitations because of a functional difficulty.

 

24%
of the population were identified as disabled in 2013

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