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Hospice in South Dakota

South Dakota has 246 total senior housing providers. Included in this are 70 hospice care providers. With costs of hospice care providers in South Dakota typically ranging between $3,330 and $6,000 per month, the average yearly cost adds up to around $55,080. The monthly national median cost is about $4,590.

The SeniorScore™ for South Dakota is 71. It contains a total population of about 813,464, which makes it the 46th biggest state in the US. Within this population, about 31% are over the age of 55. On average, residents have a life expectancy of around 79.5 years.

The average per capita earnings in South Dakota are roughly $24,953, with an average income per household of $61,400, and median earnings of approximately $48,382. It has an average overall cost of living and presently has an unemployment rate of about 5.15%.

With mean temperatures ranging from 32.8 to 58.1 degrees Fahrenheit, South Dakota has a generally harsh climate. The average temperature throughout the year is approximately 46.1 degrees.

To read more about the SeniorScore™ for South Dakota, please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-south-dakota.

Related Categories: South Dakota Nursing Homes, South Dakota Assisted Living, South Dakota Independent Living, South Dakota Retirement Homes, South Dakota Memory Care, South Dakota Adult Daycare, South Dakota Home Care, South Dakota Respite Care, South Dakota Residential Care Homes

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