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Home Care in Nebraska

Nebraska has 492 total senior care providers. This includes 87 home healthcare providers. According to data published by Medicare, the average cost of home healthcare providers in Nebraska is $51,480 per year, with costs typically ranging from $4,560 to $6,480 per month. The national average cost for the entire country is about $4,800 per month.

The Lincoln metropolitan area generally has the highest in-home care expenses in the state of Nebraska, with yearly costs of around $53,768 and ranging from $20 per hour up to $24 per hour. The lowest in-home care prices in Nebraska are around the Grand Island area. Here, costs range between $20 and $24 per hour, with an average yearly expense of approximately $49,970.

Nebraska has a very high SeniorScore™ of 75. With an aggregate population of about 1,826,766, the state ranks as the 38th largest state in the US. Within this population, about 32% are seniors. Residents have an average life span of around 79.8.

Nebraska residents earn an average of around $65,375 in household income on an annual basis. The median earnings per household are $53,052. On a per capita basis, residents earn around $26,140. The state presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 5.49% and the general cost of living is very low.

Nebraska typically has a cold climate, with average annual temperatures near 49.2 degrees. The low temperature is around 36 and the high temperature averages 61.4 degrees.

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