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Home Care in Washington DC

There are 66 senior living providers in the District of Columbia, which include 25 in-home care providers. Costs of home healthcare providers in Washington, DC generally range between $4,080 and $6,000 monthly, with average costs running around $45,760 yearly. The national average cost for all 50 states is approximately $4,800 monthly.

The SeniorScore™ for Washington, DC is 72. It has a combined population of 601,592. Among this populace, about 20% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have an average life span of about 76.5 years.

The per capita income in Washington, DC is around $43,990. The mean income per household is $92,590, with a median income of roughly $65,784. The general cost of living in the district is very high. It presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 10.65%.

To read more about the SeniorScore™ for Washington, DC, please go to https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-washington-dc.

Related Categories: Washington DC Nursing Homes, Washington DC Assisted Living, Washington DC Independent Living, Washington DC Retirement Homes, Washington DC Memory Care, Washington DC Adult Daycare, Washington DC Hospice, Washington DC Respite Care, Washington DC Residential Care Homes

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