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Nursing Homes in Connecticut

Connecticut has 294 nursing home facilities, with 557 total senior housing providers operating in the state. With costs of nursing home facilities in Connecticut generally ranging from $7,980 to $16,500 per month, the median yearly cost comes in around $142,168. The nationwide average cost for all 50 states is about $6,360 per month.

The highest nursing home expenses in the state of Connecticut are found in the Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk metropolitan area where they range between $305 per day and $505 per day, with an average cost of around $162,973 per year. The lowest nursing home prices in Connecticut are in the Norwich-New London area, where they range from $356 to $436 per day. Here, the average yearly cost runs about $150,198.

Connecticut has an above average SeniorScore™ of 71. It has a combined population of approximately 3,574,097, which makes it the 29th largest state in the nation. Among this populace, around 28% are seniors. The average life expectancy is about 80.8 years of age.

The average income per household in Connecticut is $97,594, with a median income of around $75,283. People who reside in the state earn around $37,605 on an individual basis. It has presently has an unemployment rate of roughly 8.56% and a very high general cost of living.

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

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