Cost of Long-Term Care Services by Metropolitan Area
From New York Life
Use the tool below to access the 2014 New York Life Cost of Long-Term Care Services information by major metropolitan areas*. The tool displays the average costs for nursing homes, assisted living facilities and home care services in the selected area.
Providers across the country were surveyed to determine the average costs by collecting a sample of providers that best represent each region. For more information about the survey methodology or to view the complete survey results, click here.
Type of care: Average cost in region
Skilled Nursing Facilities Private Room Annual Rate: $121,154
Skilled Nursing Facilities Semi-Private Room Annual Rate: $125,969
Assisted Living Facility Monthly Rate (2 bedroom): $4,509
Assisted Living Facility Monthly Rate (1 bedroom): $4,818
Assisted Living Facility Monthly Rate (Studio): $4,461
Registered Nurse Hourly Rate: $67.88
Licensed Practical Nurse Hourly Rate: $52.07
Home Health Aide Hourly Rate: $22.12
PBN: Honolulu ranked as 15th most expensive market in U.S. for long-term care, New York Life finds
Genworth: Hawaii 9th Most Expensive State for Senior Care
From Senior Housing News
Long-term care is expensive across the country, but some states—particularly those on the East Coast—have much higher median costs than others, as demonstrated by Genworth’s 2014 Cost of Care Survey.
Ten Most Expensive States for Assisted Living Care
2-Alaska, Delaware (tied)—$66,000
LINK: Genworth’s 2014 Cost of Care Survey