You may need to turn to paid caregivers if you have no one to support you or the people that support you are no longer able to provide for all your needs. This type of long-term care can be expensive. In Minnesota, the average cost of care for a year is:
Long-term care received in a setting outside of your home may cost more than care provided in your home. This depends on the types and amount of care you need. For example, round-the-clock care at home can be very expensive. The cost of long-term care also depends on the provider you use and where you live when you receive care. Different settings and providers calculate their costs and charges in different ways. For example:
The costs of long-term care in Minnesota vary somewhat in different areas of the state. Find out costs in other states.