Are long term care services cheaper in some states compared to others? Yes, long term care costs can vary depending on the state where you live.
When planning for your future care needs, it’s important to set aside enough money to cover the cost of care in your state or the state where you plan to retire.
Without calling around to various home care, assisted living, and nursing homes, how can you know the true cost of care in your state versus others?
We can help. At LTC Consumer, we believe it’s important to know the facts so you can be an informed consumer. To help make it easier for you, we created an online cost of care map with the cost of long term care services in your area.
Simply click on the state where you live and you’ll receive instant information on the cost of home health care, assisted living, and nursing home care in your state. Curious what care costs in states where your adult children live or where you plan to retire? You can compare rates by clicking other states that interest you.
Keep in mind, the cost of care today will not be the same 20 or 30 years from now when you need care. It’s important to consider the cost of inflation over time as you create a long term care plan. As a general rule, the average inflation increases 1% per year for home care and 4% for nursing home care.
Ready to get started? Click here to try our easy cost of care map for yourself. Once you know the cost of care in your area, check out our easy quoting tool to learn the cost of long term care insurance in your state to cover your risk.