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Hospice in Kentucky

Kentucky has 612 senior care providers, which include 157 hospice providers. According to data collected by Medicare, the average cost of hospice providers in Kentucky is $55,080 annually, with costs typically ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month. The national median cost for all states is around $4,590 monthly.

Kentucky has an excellent SeniorScore™ of 74. With a total population of approximately 4,345,548, it ranks as the 26th biggest state in the country. Within this populace, about 28% are seniors. Residents have an average life expectancy of about 76 years.

Families in Kentucky make an average of around $57,455 of household earnings yearly. The median household income is $44,261. On a per capita basis, residents make around $23,070. The state has a very low overall cost of living. Currently, it has an unemployment rate of roughly 9.03%.

Kentucky typically has a mild climate, with average annual temperatures of about 55.5 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is about 43.8 and the high temperature averages 66.1 degrees.

Please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-kentucky to get comprehensive information on the SeniorScore™ for Kentucky.

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