Senior In-Home Care in Nevada
Nestled between California and Utah, Nevada offers seniors an eclectic mix of world-class entertainment, quality health care services and stunning natural scenery. The state is home to 3,080,000, and seniors aged 65 and older make up 16.1% of the population. Nevada’s Department of Health and Human Services, Aging and Disability Services Division oversees a number of programs and services designed to help seniors remain as independent and active as possible, and the state’s Medicaid plan includes a waiver program that funds in-home care for eligible seniors. The average cost of 44 hours of in-home care statewide is $4,290 per month, which is the same as the national average cost.
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