“You can get quality elder care but be prepared to pay for it,” by Sarah O’Brien, CNBC
“If you live in a state with high-quality care for older Americans, chances are the cost of it isn’t so great. Data in a new report by Caring.com shows that seven of the top 10 states for quality elderly care also rank in the bottom 20 for the cost of those services.”
LTC Comment (from Stephen A. Moses, President, Center for Long-Term Care Reform):
Of course, the flip side is that a lot of states have lower quality care with higher costs. Check out the report for how your state ranks.
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