Montana Nursing Home Cost

Caregiverlist has updated the daily rates of nursing homes in Montana. With about 92 nursing homes, the average cost for a shared room is about $200 a day. Montana nursing homes holds an average rating of 3.0 out of 5. 



Caregiverlist's nursing home directory provides the daily rates for nursing homes nationwide. We found the daily rate, for both single and double rooms, and acceptance of Medicate and Medicaid to help you find a nursing home that fits your needs. 

New Hampshire Nursing Home Cost

Senior care is the last topic that many of us want to plan for. However, Caregiverlist can help you start that conversation. We provide the daily price for nursing homes, for both single and double rooms and acceptance of Medicate and Medicaid



New Hampshire nursing Homes have recently been updated. According to Caregiverlist’s updated national nursing home cost database, the average daily rate for a shared room in a New Hampshire nursing home is $285, or $104,025 per year. New Hampshire nursing homes carry average star rating of 3.1 out of 5. 

Caregiverlist can also help seniors and their families find other types of senior care. Our Senior Care Connect Tool helps you find the best senior care option for your loved ones - brought to you by professional with 15+ years of senior care experience. 

Senior Caregiving Activities: Check out Live Bald Eagle Cam of Baby Eagles

Caregivers may check out this live eagle camera monitoring the daily activities of two newborn eaglets in a nest in our nation's capital. If you are looking for a new activity to add to the Activities of Daily Living you assist a senior with each day, this could be a nice new addition. You will witness the eagle parents, appropriately named Mr. President and First Lady, caring for their little eagles with all the excitement living in a nest in a Tulip Poplar tree among the azalea bushes at the U.S. National Arboretum brings. "Anything can happen" the American Eagle Foundation warns.


Engaging in daily activities delivers healthy mental stimulation and socialization for seniors, including for senior's with Alzheimer's disease. By watching the eagles caregivers may engage in many topics of conversation about eagles, including how the bird became the national symbol for the U.S.A., what they like to eat (yes, you will see Mr. President and First Lady fly in freshly killed fish), how eagles were an endangered species and siblicide.


Siblicide means the killing of an infant by its close relative (and you though adult children had challenges when deciding on the best senior care plan for a parent)! Many times baby eagles will perform siblicide in the early weeks of their birth as a survival defense, with the older sibling usually killing the younger sibling. But now these eaglets are out of the woods on this, so to speak. Human siblings also can stay out of the woods with arguments on senior care by researching to create a senior care plan and by working with a Care Manager to assist with planning and implementing the senior care. Transamerica offers a complimentary financial planning consultation to understand senior care costs and a free caregiving guide.


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© 2016 American Eagle Foundation, EAGLES.ORG.

© 2016 American Eagle Foundation, EAGLES.ORG.

Visit the DC Eagle Nest Cam


Caregiverlist® provides adult siblings with resources to find the best senior care options for their loved ones, including the

daily rates of nursing homes nationwide and ratings on the most important criteria to help siblings find the best place for their parents.

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