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Home Care in Wyoming

Wyoming has 92 senior living providers, including 28 home healthcare providers. Costs of home healthcare providers in Wyoming typically range from $4,560 to $4,800 per month, with the median cost coming in around $45,074 per year. The monthly national average cost is about $4,800.

The highest in-home care expenses in the state of Wyoming are found in the Casper metropolitan area where they range from $18 per hour up to $26 per hour, with a median cost of approximately $50,336 yearly. The lowest home healthcare costs in Wyoming are in the Casper area, where they range between $18 and $26 per hour. Here, the average yearly expense runs around $50,336.

Wyoming has an average SeniorScore™ of 66. It is the 50th biggest state in the nation. It has a total population of 563,839. Within this population, approximately 31% are seniors. The average life expectancy is around 78.3 years.

The income per capita in Wyoming is approximately $28,919. The average household income is $71,357, with median earnings of about $58,221. It has a current unemployment rate of around 4.68% and an average general cost of living.

With average temperatures ranging between 29.1 and 57.3 degrees Fahrenheit, Wyoming has a generally frigid climate. The average annual temperature is around 43.7 degrees.

Please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-wyoming to read complete information on the SeniorScore™ for Wyoming.

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