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Cost of Senior Care

There are many factors that contribute to the cost of providing senior care to a loved one; Some of these factors are: type of services needed, level & intensity of care required, quality of care, experience of caregivers, and the location you live.

Cost of In Home Senior Care

Non-Medical Home Care

The average cost range varies from $18 to $28 per hour, depending on geographic location.
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Home Health Care & Nursing

The cost of these services is directly dependent upon what treatment that is being received. Many of these services are covered under Medicare.
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Hospice Care

Because of the nature of Hospice Care it is generally covered by Medicare, Medicaid and other insurance plans.
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Cost of Facility-based Care

Senior Independent Living Apartments

The Cost of Senior Independent Living Apartments is generally broken into three categories:

  • Affordable: often funded by government programs for seniors with very low income.
  • Market Value: or equal to equivalent housing on the market.
  • Luxury: more expensive option with many luxury amenities.

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Assisted Living Facilities

The cost of Assisted Living Facility Care ranges between $1500 to $6000 per month, with the average cost about $3000 per month, depending on both quality and geographic location.
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Nursing Home & Skilled Nursing Facility Care

Nursing Homes & Skilled Nursing Facilities generally use a pricing model that is very similar to most hospitals. Patients are charged a daily room & board rate and then additionally charged for the care & services they receive.
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