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Nursing Homes in Idaho

Idaho has 369 senior housing providers, which include 175 nursing home facilities. Costs of nursing home facilities in Idaho generally range between $5,490 and $9,000 per month, with median costs running around $79,767 per year. The national median cost for all states is approximately $6,360 monthly.

The metropolitan area of Boise has the highest nursing home expenses in Idaho, with prices ranging between $218 per day and $369 per day and an average yearly cost of approximately $98,915. The lowest nursing home costs in Idaho are around the Pocatello area. Here, they range from $220 to $231 per day, with a median yearly cost of around $82,216.

Idaho has a medium SeniorScore™ of 68. With a total population of approximately 1,566,982, the state ranks as the 39th largest state in the US. Among this population, about 31% are seniors. Residents have an average life expectancy of about 79.5.

The per capita income in Idaho is approximately $22,766. The average household income is $60,145, with median earnings of around $47,786. It has an average general cost of living and a current unemployment rate of roughly 7.85%.

Idaho typically has a relatively cold climate, with average annual temperatures of about 47.3 degrees Fahrenheit. The low temperature is around 33.9 and the high temperature averages 59.6 degrees.

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