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What does Assisted Living Care
Cost in Illinois?

How much will my family have to pay? What is the cost of IL Assisted Living?
 

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This is one of the first questions almost every family asks. We found average costs for Maryland in the data from the MetLife 2012 Market Survey of Long-Term Care Costs.

In our experience, this is one of the first questions almost every family asks. We found average costs for Maryland in the data from the MetLife 2012 Market Survey of Long-Term Care Costs.

The survey says that the average cost in 2012 of an Assisted Living Facility in Maryland was $3,858 per month, up from $3,451 in 2010. The highest reported cost for the state was $$5,880, and the lowest was $1,700.

The daily cost varies, depending on your locality. In Chicago, for instance, the average cost of Assisted Living per month was $4,140. In Peoria, it was $3,089. In the Highland Park area, it was $4,435. The rest of the state has a monthly cost, as an average, of $$3,648.

Illinois Avg. Monthly Assisted Living Facility Cost
Chicago 4,140
Highland Park Area 4,435
Peoria 3,089
Rest of State $3,648
State Average $3,858

For comparison, the average daily cost for Nursing Home care (private) in Illinois was $216.00, or about $6500.00 for a month. The cost of a home health aide was $21.00 per hour. The average cost of Adult Day Services (Adult Day Care) was $69.00 per day.

This information comes from the MetLife Mature Market Institute«. The full report is available at the Institute's website.

Explanatory note about the survey:

MetLife provides a "State Average" for each type of long-term care service in each state -the average of all rates for all sampled services in the state. In the states where MetLife includes average rates for one or more cities or areas within a state, these averages are specific to those areas.

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