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Home Care in West Virginia

West Virginia has 254 total senior housing providers. This includes 64 home healthcare providers. With costs of in-home care providers in West Virginia typically ranging from $3,360 to $5,280 monthly, the average annual cost runs around $36,608. The monthly national average cost is around $4,800.

The highest in-home care costs in the state of West Virginia are found in the Parkersburg-Vienna metro area where prices range from $16 per hour up to $21 per hour, with a median cost of about $42,625 yearly. The lowest in-home care prices in the state are in and around the Wheeling area, where they range between $14 and $22 per hour. Here, the median annual cost runs approximately $34,320.

The SeniorScore™ for West Virginia is 74. The state is the 37th biggest state in the US. It has an aggregate population of around 1,852,774, 32% of which are over the age of 55. The average life expectancy is about 75.4 years of age.

The mean household income in West Virginia is $52,919, with median earnings of approximately $40,579, and per capita income of around $21,998 per year. It presently has an unemployment rate of approximately 7.57% and the general cost of living is low.

Average temperatures in West Virginia typically range from 40.4 to 62.9 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with a mean annual temperature of about 52.2 degrees.

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