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How much does long-term nursing care cost?

Anthony Cirillo
Geriatric Medicine
The Met Life Market Survey of Nursing Home and Home Care Costs show that a stay averages $67,000-$100,000 annually. Other statistics show averages of $74,806 nationally for nursing homes and $52,977 for home care. And the Congressional Budget Office pegs that figure at $80,000 a year. Assisted living care can run between $30-40K a year.
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