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Respite Care in West Virginia

Our records show that West Virginia has 254 senior housing providers, including 99 respite facilities. According to information published by Medicare, the average cost of respite providers in West Virginia is $92,528 yearly, with costs typically ranging between $6,960 and $14,790 per month. The monthly national average cost is about $9,222.

The SeniorScore™ for West Virginia is 74. It is the 37th largest state in the nation. It has a total population of approximately 1,852,774. Within this population, approximately 32% are over the age of 55. Residents have an average life span of about 75.4 years.

West Virginia residents make an average of about $52,919 in household earnings per year. The median earnings per household are $40,579. On a per capita basis, residents make around $21,998. The state has a low overall cost of living. Presently, it has an unemployment rate of about 7.57%.

West Virginia generally has a cooler climate, with average annual temperatures of around 52.2 degrees. The low temperature is approximately 40.4 and the high temperature averages 62.9 degrees.

To read more about the SeniorScore™ for West Virginia, please visit https://www.senioradvice.com/seniorscore/senior-living-in-west-virginia.

Related Categories: West Virginia Nursing Homes, West Virginia Assisted Living, West Virginia Independent Living, West Virginia Retirement Homes, West Virginia Memory Care, West Virginia Adult Daycare, West Virginia Home Care, West Virginia Hospice, West Virginia Residential Care Homes

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