There are 5 home care agencies in Enid, Oklahoma. The costs per day of home health care in Oklahoma range from $120 to $200, with an average expenditure running approximately $160. The per month cost averages roughly $4,800 and ranges between $3,600 and $6,000. On an annual basis, the median cost is about $45,074, which is under the nationwide average of $45,188.
Enid is a medium-sized city in Garfield County within the State of Oklahoma. With 53,026 inhabitants residing within the city itself and 976,462 in the encompassing metropolitan area, it is the 9th biggest city in the state. The senior community currently represents about 27% of the total population.
The SeniorScore™ for Enid is 75. The city has a median per capita income of $24,000 and a median household income is $41,000 (the Oklahoma state average is $41,000). The mean housing price in Enid is $54,000, which is lower than the Oklahoma average of $117,000. Enid also has a moderate unemployment rate of around 5.77%.
Enid has mild mean temperatures, with comfortable winters and warm summers. The city receives low levels of rainfall each year. In comparison to other cities in the United States, Enid has very poor air quality and an average rate of crime.