Washington DC Financial Planning
It's never early to start planning for your retirement and senior care. Read our tips on where you can find resources to help you in Washington DC.
Planning for the costs of senior care is challenging, but one that can be done with some research and some advance planning. Washington DC senior care costs are slightly higher than national averages, so make sure you account for this when planning your finances. Along with insurance plans, Medicare, Social Security, and possibly Medicaid, benefits will be available to your loved one. Work with your loved one to find out what types of coverage they may already have.
According to Genworth Financial, the median costs of different types of long-term care in Washington, DC, are as follows:
· Assisted Living (private, one bedroom): $30,000
· Nursing Home (semi-private room): $86,323
· Nursing Home (private room): $94,353
For more financial information, consult our articles about Medicare and Post-Hospital Care and Veterans Benefit and Elder Care Costs.
Senior Care Guide: Care.com's comprehensive guide to senior care that helps readers understand senior care options by describing each option in detail and answering frequently asked questions.
For more information on senior healthcare, visit our Articles and Resources page.
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