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This study examined the prevalence of neurodevelopmental disorders among children receiving residential care in Japanese children's homes (CHs). The data on 7854 children aged 18 years or younger were collected using a questionnaire for psychotherapists worked at 174 CHs in all regions of Japan. That included items of diagnostic state and experience of maltreatment. The prevalence of neurodevelopmental disorders was 24% in CHs. The most common type in CHs was intellectual disabilities (11.9%),doi:10.4236/psych.2018.95056 fatcat:nplryurguvhvpoq2xbweh2elie