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2015 Genworth Cost of Care Survey Reveals Priciest Locations in the US for Assisted Living
2015 Top Ten Priciest Locations in the U.S. for Assisted Living
 
The 2015 Genworth Cost of Care Survey has been released and the top ten most expensive locations in the U.S. for one-bedroom, single-occupancy assisted living care are:
 
1. Washington, D.C. - $94,050
2. Delaware - $68,940
3. New Jersey - $68,700
4. Alaska - $68,430
5. Connecticut - $66,900
6. Rhode Island - $63,900
7. Massachusetts - $63,600
8. New Hampshire - $61,230
9. Maine - $57,600
10. Washington - $55,500
 
According to the survey, Missouri is the most affordable state for assisted living, with an average cost per year of $30,300.  The country-wide average is $43,200 per year.

The survey also provides data on the cost of home services, adult day health care, and semi-private and private rooms in nursing homes in each state.

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