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Home Care in Kansas

Kansas has 935 total senior housing providers. Included in this are 131 home healthcare providers. According to information collected by Medicare, the median cost of home healthcare providers in Kansas is $43,358 annually, with costs typically ranging between $2,400 and $7,680 monthly. The monthly nationwide average cost is approximately $4,800.

The metro area of Manhattan generally has the highest in-home care expenses in the state of Kansas, with prices ranging between $20 per hour and $26 per hour and an average annual cost of around $53,196. The lowest home healthcare prices in the state are around the Lawrence area, where they average approximately $40,040 yearly and range from $15 to $20 per hour.

The SeniorScore™ for Kansas is 75. With a combined population of approximately 2,853,186, the state ranks as the 33rd largest state in the US. Within this population, around 31% are seniors. Residents have an average life expectancy of around 78.7.

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

Kansas generally has a cooler climate, with average annual temperatures of about 54.9 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is around 42.5 and the high temperature averages 66.3 degrees.

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