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Another inflation stress: Rising costs of senior-living homes strain families

One recent study concluded that by 2033, more than 11 million middle-income seniors age 75 and older might not be able to pay for assisted living and are also unlikely to qualify for Medicaid   (Photo: AFP)Premium
One recent study concluded that by 2033, more than 11 million middle-income seniors age 75 and older might not be able to pay for assisted living and are also unlikely to qualify for Medicaid   (Photo: AFP)
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Inflation is fueling cost increases at nursing homes and assisted-living and independent-living facilities, which is tough for seniors on fixed incomes

Eldercare facilities are raising prices and adding new fees, straining older Americans and their families who step in to help.

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