Although the cost of living is 20.5% above the national median, the estimated 3.35 million seniors living in New York pay reasonable prices for groceries and health care, which range from 3.8% to 5.8% above the U.S. averages. The state is home to world-class health care facilities, including the NewYork-Presbyterian hospital, which was ranked seventh in the country by U.S. News & World Report. For seniors requiring help at home, the average cost of home care services ranges from $5,339 to $5,529 per month in New York.

This guide covers the cost of home care in New York and vital financial and social resources for seniors across the state.


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