Idaho Independent Living

Cost of Idaho Independent Living

A scenic view of the Idaho capitol building in Boise, ID (Idaho) The average cost of Independent Living in Idaho is $1,880 per month. This is higher than the national average which is $1,729 per month.

In Idaho there are 42 Independent Living Communities. We can help you find the best matches for your needs.

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Overview on Idaho Independent Living

Idaho independent living offers a spacious and wild landscape for spirited seniors. There is a mix of enticing environments, including rocky mountainous terrain, sloping verdant valleys, and numerous lakes throughout the state. The climate varies with the seasons, but the state enjoys milder winters than might be expected from its northern location. Idaho plays neighbor to six states and one Canadian province, allowing for many opportunities to explore a variety of cultural experiences and attractions. Some of the most popular in-state destinations are Yellowstone National Park, Idaho Golf Trail, and the Sun Valley Ski Resort which is home to the world's first chairlift. Seniors over 65 make up almost 13% of the population, and Idaho is home to a substantial number of independent living facilities that offer a multitude of luxurious amenities.

Independent Living in Idaho Defined

The Idaho independent living options provide many services to retired residents who are active and in good health. Services like meals, laundry, and housekeeping are usually covered under a flat monthly rate, and activities like golfing, shopping, and community socials are planned with regularity. Some retirement communities offer both independent and light assisted care, but guests needing more specialized help, such as medication supervision or daily assistance, should consider an Assisted Living center where the necessary 24-hour monitoring is available. Individuals who suffer from memory problems or debilitating physical challenges are better served in Memory Care communities or Nursing Homes, where doctors and nurses are readily available. Back to Top