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Seniors ages 55 and older won’t be lacking for things to do in Nevada, whether it’s taking a day trip to a local casino in Reno or absorbing the beautiful scenery at Lake Tahoe, Red Rock Canyon or Lake Mead. Retirees in this ninth least-densely populated state may opt to live in communities in more sparse regions like Silver Springs, east of Lake Lahontan and bordered by the Virginia-Ramsey Mountains. Those seeking an urban experience should consider one of the Nevada retirement communities located in action-packed Las Vegas, which offers world-class dining, performing arts of all kinds and even high-end golf courses for those who want to stay active. With the driest climate in the United States, Nevada residents will enjoy plenty of days full of sunshine and warm weather, regardless of the region. Seniors also make up one of the largest segment of the population, with 12 percent age 65 and older.
Nevada retirement communities are different than facilities like assisted living, nursing homes and memory care. Assisted living communities are designed for senior citizens who need help in managing some aspects of daily living like bathing, doing laundry or cooking, but can still maintain a certain degree of independence. Nursing homes are for elderly individuals who require medical care and who are dependent upon others for many basic needs like eating and getting dressed. In contrast, retirement communities in Nevada are open to those of retirement age, who can live completely independent and are not in need of on-site health care.