Home Care in Ohio

The state of Ohio is steeped in history and working-class American charm. Known as “The Buckeye State” due to its high concentration of buckeye trees, Ohio has been the birthplace of seven former US presidents as well as the location of the Wright Brothers’ early experiments in aviation. Aside from its major cities of Cleveland, Columbus, and Cincinnati having played a major role in America’s industrial history, the state is also a leading agricultural hub, producing large amounts of soybeans and corn. Between its quaint, rural towns and bustling cities, Ohio is a diverse state with something to offer everyone and is a great place to retire.

According to Genworth, the median monthly cost for a home-health aide in Ohio is about $4,400, according to Genworth. A Place for Mom’s Senior Living Advisors can provide you with a list of home care services in Ohio to help you find one that fits your needs and budget.

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Ohio Home Care Regulations

Each state regulates senior living communities differently. Because home care providers offer similar services to assisted living, states may regulate home care within their guidelines for assisted living. You can use APFM’s guide to assisted living regulations to learn more about access to facility records in Ohio.

In Ohio, home care — or in-home care — is a service which offers compassion and help to seniors who need assistance with activities of daily living (ADLs) and wish to remain in their homes. Levels of care vary according to need, and can include companionship, meal prep, cleaning, transportation, and help with ADLs like bathing and dressing. Home care aides are trained to understand the nuances of senior care but generally aren’t licensed to provide medical services.

Cost of Living

Overall, the cost of living in Ohio is considered to be much more affordable than the national average. Across every index rating, Ohio’s costs are ranked below average. All index scores are based on a scale with the national average set at 100.

Price Indexes

  • Cost of Living: 93
  • Groceries: 99
  • Housing: 74
  • Utilities: 92
  • Transportation: 97

Demographics

About 15% of Ohio’s population are seniors. In the 2016 presidential election, Ohio leaned slightly conservative. However, many of its counties with larger cities tend to be more progressive, and Ohio has been a key swing state in recent presidential elections.

2016 Presidential Election

  • Voted Democratic: 44%
  • Voted Republican: 52%
  • Voted third party: 5%

Population

  • Median age: 39
  • Over the age of 55: 31%
  • 2018 population: 11,689,442
  • 2020 population: 11,740,233
  • Estimated 2025 population: 11,868,178

Miscellaneous

  • 38% regularly attend a religious service
  • 33% consider themselves atheist, agnostic or a non-believer
  • There are 13,606 congregations in Ohio
  • There are 565 Masonic lodges in the state

Climate and Weather

Most of Ohio is classified as having a humid continental type of climate, which means that the state has four distinct seasons with widely fluctuating temperatures. The climate in the southernmost portion of the state is considered humid subtropical, which means that the summers are hot and the region receives above average rainfall.

Humidity and Precipitation

  • Average humidity level: 72%
  • Average monthly precipitation: 3”
  • Average maximum monthly precipitation: 10” (January)

Air Quality

  • Average air quality index rating: 37 (Good)
  • Average maximum air quality rating: 50 in May (Good)
  • Seasonal Temperatures

    • Average temperature: 51°F
    • Average summer temperature: 71°F
    • Typical summer high: 90°F (July)
    • Typical summer low: 53°F (June)
    • Average winter temperature: 29°F
    • Typical winter high: 49°F (February)
    • Typical winter low: 14°F (January)

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