Assisted Living Facilities in Wyoming
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Find the best assisted living homes in Wyoming for 2020. Assisted Living Near Me enables you to locate all state-licensed assisted living homes in Wyoming. These facilities are perfect for seniors who must have daily help with certain daily living tasks that include: taking a shower, cleaning their assisted home, moving around the facility, grooming, going to the bathroom, eating food by themselves, being able to walk and others. User our assisted living locator to find the perfect assisted living center in Wyoming for yourself or a loved one.
- Afton Assisted Living
- Albany County Assisted Living
- Basin Assisted Living
- Big Horn County Assisted Living
- Buffalo Assisted Living
- Campbell County Assisted Living
- Carbon County Assisted Living
- Casper Assisted Living
- Cheyenne Assisted Living
- Cody Assisted Living
- Evanston Assisted Living
- Fremont County Assisted Living
- Gillette Assisted Living
- Goshen County Assisted Living
- Hot Springs County Assisted Living
- Jackson Assisted Living
- Johnson County Assisted Living
- Lander Assisted Living
- Laramie Assisted Living
- Laramie County Assisted Living
- Lincoln County Assisted Living
- Lovell Assisted Living
- Natrona County Assisted Living
- Newcastle Assisted Living
- Park County Assisted Living
- Platte County Assisted Living
- Powell Assisted Living
- Riverton Assisted Living
- Rock Springs Assisted Living
- Sheridan Assisted Living
- Sheridan County Assisted Living
- Sweetwater County Assisted Living
- Teton County Assisted Living
- Thermopolis Assisted Living
- Torrington Assisted Living
- Uinta County Assisted Living
- Washakie County Assisted Living
- Weston County Assisted Living
- Wheatland Assisted Living
- Worland Assisted Living
Wyoming is the least populated state in the country. While many states try to sell their remoteness and seclusion to potential retirees, Wyoming may actually be the best in terms of being sparsely populated. The state only has 580,000+ people, which given its sizable land mass, is very few residents. It is not dense at all and traffic is never a problem in any part of the state. Even the biggest cities, Cheyenne (65,800+ people) and Casper (56,400+ people), are well spread out and quiet.
Fittingly, the state provides a welcoming home for senior citizens that are used to a remote, quieter way of life or are desperately seeking relief from a metropolitan area in their later years.
Wyoming also makes for a terrific place for friends and family to come visit, if they do not already live in the area. The state is home to two of the most popular national parks in the nation (Grand Teton and Yellowstone) and is popular for outdoor recreation.
The Wyoming Department of Health licenses assisted living centers in the state. A valid state license is required prior to any facility’s ability to deliver care for any resident in the state of Wyoming. Due to the limited population, Wyoming does not have quite as much diversity in its selection and types of assisted living facilities. The state simply defines these units by any “dwelling” that provides limited nursing care, personal care, and boarding. The definition of an assisted living residence in Wyoming may also include facilities with secured units for special needs and/or Alzheimer’s residents.
Wyoming Assisted Living - Cost
Wyoming is not quite as cheap as people would expect yet is still around the national average for assisted living costs. Compared to many other parts of the western United States, Wyoming is more affordable.
Its median average of a little under $3,900 per month for assisted living is fair, though not nearly as cheap as most of the Midwest and southern United States.
There is more limited data on the most affordable facilities for seniors in Wyoming, but Cody, Casper, Rock Springs and Sheridan stand out. The counties of Park, Natrona and Sweetwater also offer cheap costs for a room based at senior living facilities.
Do you still need assistance covering costs for assisted living in Wyoming? The Community Choices Waiver can help with financial assistance. The problem is it only helps cover personal care and not the actual room and board costs. The waiver recently replaced the Assisted Living Facility Waiver in Wyoming.
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