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Home Care in Florida

Florida has 1,285 home healthcare providers, with 5,391 total senior living providers serving the state. With costs of home healthcare providers in Florida typically ranging from $3,120 to $7,920 per month, the median yearly cost runs around $42,328. The monthly national median cost is about $4,800.

The Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island metro area generally has the highest in-home care costs in Florida, with prices ranging between $20 per hour and $26 per hour and a median yearly cost of approximately $53,196. The lowest in-home care prices in the state are in the Sebring area, where they average approximately $36,608 annually and range between $13 and $19 per hour.

The SeniorScore™ for Florida is 75. With an aggregate population of 18,801,226, the state ranks as the 4th largest state in the nation. Within this populace, around 32% are seniors. Residents have on average a life expectancy of about 79.4.

The average income per household in Florida is $66,706, with median earnings of about $50,327, and per capita income of around $26,790 annually. The state has currently has an unemployment rate of approximately 10.36% and an average overall cost of living.

Florida typically has a mild climate, with average temperatures of about 71.7 degrees. The low temperature is around 61.3 and the high temperature averages 81.1 degrees.

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