The latest findings from the CDC’s Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring (ADDM) Network indicate that the prevalence of ASD held steady between 2010 and 2012, at 1 in 68. Does this mean that the percentage of children with ASD has stabilized? It’s too soon to know; we will need to wait for future reports. The median age of evaluation for ASD was 40 months. Racial and ethnic disparities continue to be present. To learn more about the study’s main findings and prevalence rates by different key factors (e.g., gender, ethnicity/race), read the CDC’s key findings article and “snapshot” report.