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Compare your cost of care.

Planning for the future starts here.

This easy online tool helps put the cost of care in sharper focus. It will give you a foundation for any discussion of senior living and financial planning. Use this easy online calculator to get an idea of the cost of care in Moorestown, NJ.

Please note: Research shows that about 70 percent of people age 65 or older will need long-term care services at some point in their lifetime. And while most people think of long-term care as impacting only those in senior years, 40 percent of people currently receiving long term care services are ages 18 to 64. 

The Genworth 2015 Cost of Care Survey for New Jersey can help families evaluate options to address the increasing cost of long-term care. Genworth’s survey of the cost of long-term care can help you plan appropriately for the potential cost of care in their preferred location and setting.

 

What does care cost in your area?

In New Jersey, the median annual Assisted Living rate totals $68,700, while a typical private room in a Skilled Nursing center costs $127,750 a year.

These costs do not, however, represent the cost of care at The Evergreens, which can offer a substantial savings, thanks to our comprehensive on-site services. 

Please contact us for details.

Looking for total peace of mind? Choose Life Care. You get all the benefits of Independent Living, with unlimited access to our health services at predictable rates, shielding your assets from the rising cost of long-term care.

Prefer maximum flexibility? Pay only for the health care services you use. Choose our pay-as-you-go Flex Plan.

The only choice we don’t recommend? Waiting. Discover your options now to put wonderful senior living within reach.

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Please note: Research shows that about 70 percent of people age 65 or older will need long-term care services at some point in their lifetime. And while most people think of long-term care as impacting only those in senior years, 40 percent of people currently receiving long term care services are ages 18 to 64.

The Genworth 2012 Cost of Care Survey can help families evaluate options to address the increasing cost of long term care. For the ninth consecutive year, Genworth has surveyed the cost of long term care across the U.S. to help Americans appropriately plan for the potential cost of this type of care in their preferred location and setting. The most comprehensive study of its kind, Genworth's 2012 Cost of Care Survey, conducted by CareScout®, covers nearly 15,300 long term care providers in 437 regions nationwide.

Years You Would Need: Enter the estimated number of years you would require the following health care services.
Home Health: These hourly rates were obtained from licensed (if required by your state) agencies. Typically, a visit from a home health aide lasts longer than an hour. Home health aides assist with activities such as bathing, dressing and toileting.
Assisted Living: Theses rates are for a private room with private bath and typically include at least two meals per day, housekeeping, and personal-care assistance.
Skilled Nursing: These rates were obtained from licensed nursing homes that provide both skilled and custodial care. They are based on a private-pay rate for custodial care, not the Medicare-reimbursed rate.
Inflation Calculations will be adjusted based on the average yearly inflation rate.

For more information, click here to contact us online or call 1-877-673-8234.

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