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Assisted Living in Delaware

Delaware has 114 total senior living providers. This includes 60 assisted living communities. Costs of assisted living facilities in Delaware generally range from $2,995 to $5,910 monthly, with the median cost running around $66,000 annually. The national median cost for all 50 states is around $3,500 per month.

Delaware has a very high SeniorScore™ of 74. With an aggregate population of approximately 897,925, it ranks as the 45th biggest state in the nation. Among this populace, about 29% are over the age of 55. On average, residents have a life span of approximately 78.4 years.

The per capita income in Delaware is about $29,645. The mean household income is $76,205, with median earnings of around $62,012. It currently has an unemployment rate of approximately 7.7% and the general cost of living is high.

Average temperatures in Delaware typically range between 44.9 and 64.5 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a cooler climate, with an average annual temperature of around 55.3 degrees.

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