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Home Care in Oklahoma

Our records show that the state of Oklahoma has at least 851 senior care providers, which include 283 in-home care providers. According to information collected by Medicare, the median cost of home healthcare providers in Oklahoma is $45,074 per year, with costs ranging between $3,600 and $6,000 per month. The national median cost for all 50 states is around $4,800 monthly.

The Tuls metro area has the highest in-home care costs in Oklahoma, with prices ranging from $18 per hour up to $24 per hour and an average yearly cost of about $46,858. The lowest in-home care costs in the state are around the Lawton area. Here, they range between $17 and $21 per hour, with a median yearly cost of around $42,328.

The SeniorScore™ for Oklahoma is 75. According to the most current census data, the state has a total population of 3,751,609, which makes it the 28th biggest state in the nation. Within this population, approximately 29% are 55 years of age or older. On average, residents have a life expectancy of approximately 75.9.

The mean income per household in Oklahoma is $59,920, with a median income of about $46,389, and per capita wages of around $23,768 per year. The general cost of living in the state is very low and it presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 6.59%.

Average temperatures in Oklahoma generally range between 47.6 and 71.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a warmer climate, with an average annual temperature of about 60.3 degrees.

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