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Find the best assisted living homes in Idaho for 2019. Assisted Living Near Me enables you to find all state-licensed assisted living communities in Idaho. These facilities are perfect for older adults who require daily help with certain daily living activities that include: bathing, cleaning their senior apartment, moving from one place to another, personal hygiene, toilet hygiene, self-feeding, transferring and others. User our assisted living locator to find the perfect assisted living home in Idaho for yourself or a loved one.

Don't see your city/town/village on the list? Please use our assisted living search box to find 277 assisted living facilities in 71 cities, towns and villages in Idaho. Find assisted living in Idaho by city, zip code or county name.

While some seniors tend to gravitate toward people and big cities during retirement, others want to flee the busy city life as soon as possible.

Idaho is known for being rural, very lightly dense, and offers a rugged and remote landscape for its citizens. Whether you are used to small towns and rural environments, or are looking to relocate to a much quieter place in your later years - Idaho is a great location for senior living.

Idaho is affordable for all types of elderly care and the service is traditionally excellent. Idaho has a number of rooms scattered across bigger cities like Boise and Meridian, but many seek refuge in quieter mid-size to smaller towns.

Idaho Assisted Living Monthly Costs

When it comes to assisted living Idaho is far more affordable than other states in the west, such as Oregon or California. It ranks within the Top 15 states for most affordable assisted living housing costs.

The average room in the state costs $3,600 per month which is a little under the national median. Even more affordable senior housing has costs that start at just over $2,100 per month.

The communities of Moscow, Pocatello, Caldwell, Emmett and Nampa are especially known for having very low senior living costs. The counties of Latah, Canyon, Gem and Bannock are equally affordable.

Higher costs, and more upscale rooms are available in cities like Eagle, Meridian, Hayden and Boise.

Idaho has nearly 2 million people. Its growth is trending upward as it has been getting more people at a quicker rate compared to Wyoming and Montana, yet is still very rural and spread out.

Affording Assisted Living in Idaho

Idaho features a number of different financial aid programs. There are three different initiatives under the state’s Medicaid specifically designed for senior living or assisted living costs.

Idaho will also work with seniors in letting them pick the residence instead of simply offering a pre-defined list of acceptable senior living or care providers in order to receive financial assistance.
The Medicaid programs include: Personal Care Services Program, Idaho Medicare & Medicaid Coordinated Plan, and HCBS Aged & Disabled Waiver.

Assisted Living Types Available in Idaho

The Department of Health & Welfare manages and licenses all assisted living centers in Idaho. The state defines the elderly care complexes as any facility or residence that provides necessary supervision, meals, personal assistance, and lodging for more than three individuals.
The types are broken down by Medicaid acceptance, disability, mental illness, and elderly type (adult foster care, personal residence, etc.).

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