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The average cost of independent living in Nevada is $2,295 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $1,729 per month.
In Nevada there are 64 independent living communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.
When people think about Nevada, one of the first things that comes to mind is obviously Las Vegas. Seniors choosing independent living in Nevada will find a wealth of attractions in and around the city, from playing cards at the city’s legendary casinos to enjoying some of the finest dining, shopping and golfing in the country. Just as much fun can be had in Reno, known affectionately as the “Biggest Little City in the World.” Those who enjoy outdoor sports, whether it be skiing in the winter or fishing in the summer will love the numerous resorts that dot the Lake Tahoe region. There are also excellent museums and historical attractions in the state capital of Carson City, such as the Nevada State Museum and the Nevada State Railroad Museum.
When some seniors think about retiring into a private community, they worry about boredom and isolation. Seniors who choose Nevada independent living, however, will find communities that dedicate themselves to ensuring residents will never lack for things to do. Each community keeps a busy social calendar that offers everything from education lectures to fitness classes to spiritual discussions. Communities are planned to offer an ideal balance of comfort, independence and privacy, and staff are always ready to assist residents with any immediate need, from offering a ride to a medical appointment to helping plan outings and vacations within the state.