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Home Care in Maryland

Maryland contains 82 in-home care providers, with 1,703 total senior housing providers operating in the state. According to information collected by Medicare, the median cost of in-home care providers in Maryland is $45,760 annually, with costs typically ranging from $2,400 to $8,400 monthly. The monthly national median cost is around $4,800.

The Frederick-Rockville metropolitan area has the highest in-home care expenses in the state of Maryland, with prices ranging from $17 per hour up to $26 per hour and an average yearly cost of around $52,349. The lowest home healthcare prices in the state are in and around the Cumberland area. Here, they range from $17 to $18 per hour, with a median yearly cost of approximately $39,468.

The SeniorScore™ for Maryland is 75. It ranks as the 19th biggest state in the country. It has an aggregate population of approximately 5,773,561. Within this population, about 28% are seniors. The average life expectancy is approximately 78.8 years.

The average income per household in Maryland is $94,300, with median earnings of around $77,110, and per capita earnings of roughly $35,800 annually. The state has currently has an unemployment rate of roughly 7.29% and a very high overall cost of living.

Maryland typically has a cooler climate, with average annual temperatures near 54.7 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 43.7 and the high temperature averages 64.6 degrees.

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