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Hospice in Connecticut

Connecticut has 197 hospice providers, with 557 total senior living providers operating in the state. According to information collected by Medicare, the average cost of hospice care providers in Connecticut is $55,080 annually, with costs typically ranging from $3,330 to $6,000 per month. The monthly nationwide median cost is about $4,590.

The SeniorScore™ for Connecticut is 71. With an aggregate population of 3,574,097, the state ranks as the 29th largest state in the nation. Within this population, approximately 28% are 55 years of age or older. Residents have an average life expectancy of approximately 80.8 years.

The average individual income in Connecticut is around $37,605. The mean income per household is $97,594, with median earnings of roughly $75,283. The state has a very high overall cost of living and presently has an unemployment rate of around 8.56%.

Average temperatures in Connecticut generally range between 39.5 and 59.6 degrees Fahrenheit. Overall, it has a mild climate, with a mean annual temperature of around 50 degrees.

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