The type of care you need and where you live greatly affect price. These numbers will give you a good idea of how much long-term services cost. Long-term services and supports are expensive. For example, in 2015 one year of nursing home care in Oregon cost nearly $100,000 for a semi-private room. Even home health care can be expensive. One year of care from an in-home care worker for three hours per day cost more than $25,000 a year.
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|Average cost of long-term services and supports in Oregon|
|Oregon||Nursing facility (semi-private room)||Assisted living and residential care facility||In-home care worker||Adult day services||Adults foster/care home|
|Daily rate||Monthly cost||Hourly rate||Daily rate||Monthly cost|
|Rest of state||$259||$3,683||$22||$87|
*The above costs are averages and may be different in your area.
Source: Genworth 2015 Cost of Care Survey
2015 Oregon Medicaid Base Rate + for Adult Foster Homes.
Seventy percent of people over 65 will need Long-term Services and Supports. There's a good chance they will have to pay for some or all of them.
The ADRC of Oregon has tools to help you plan for your long-term services and supports needs. Learn more about:
ADRC of Oregon staff are available to help you explore your options to meet your current needs or create a plan for the future.
Calculate your future long-term services and supports expenses.
Estimate your likely future financial resources.