Watch out for erroneous and misleading graphs on the prevalence of autism.
Here is a CORRECT graphic made by Ginger Taylor:
That is all.
Suggested by A. Fujito: “The autism rate in 2013 was announced as 1 in 68–and the children in that particular group were born in 2001, their data was collected in 2009, but not analyzed until 2013. Data are always collected on EIGHT-YEAR-OLDS, and for some reason that has never been explained to the public, it takes the CDC 4 YEARS to analyze the data and announce the autism rate for that birth cohort.”