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Assisted Living in Kansas

The state of Kansas has 509 assisted living communities, with 935 total senior living providers serving the state. Costs of assisted living facilities in Kansas typically range from $1,700 to $6,975 monthly, with average costs running about $44,760 yearly. The monthly national average cost is about $3,500.

The metro area of Lawrence has the highest assisted living costs in the state of Kansas, with prices ranging between $3,350 per month and $7,500 per month and an average annual cost of about $70,200. The lowest assisted living costs in Kansas are in the Manhattan area, where they average about $51,825 yearly and range between $3,400 and $4,533 per month.

Kansas has a very high SeniorScore™ of 75. As reported by the most recent census, the state has a total population of 2,853,186, which makes it the 33rd biggest state in the nation. Among this populace, approximately 31% are seniors. On average, residents have a life span of around 78.7.

The average per capita earnings in Kansas are roughly $26,529, with an average household income of $67,101, and a median income of about $54,238. The overall cost of living in the state is low. It presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 6.43%.

With average temperatures ranging between 42.5 and 66.3 degrees Fahrenheit, Kansas has a generally cooler climate. The average temperature throughout the year is around 54.9 degrees.

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