Utah offers a wide variety of activities for those interested in both the outdoors and in cultural activities. The state boasts five national parks in addition to Monument Valley, making Utah independent living ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. There are a wide variety of ski resorts and golf courses. Park City offers beautiful scenic byways in northern Utah while St. George offers a milder climate for those needing warmer temperatures. Residents can enjoy historic Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City, in addition to shopping at either of the two modern and convenient outdoor malls. Seasonal events include the Utah Shakespeare Festival in Southern Utah, in addition to 30 festivals held throughout the year all over the state.
Independent Living in Utah Defined
Retirees who choose independent living must be in good health and able to care for themselves without additional assistance. Seniors who need day-to-day assistance with life’s daily activities, such as getting around, bathing or taking medications, may need to consider an assisted living facility that provides personal care services. You can find Utah assisted living facilities in our Assisted Living category. Seniors with serious health conditions who require 24-hour care and more extensive medical observation may want to consider a nursing home that provides skilled nursing care. You can find skilled nursing facilities in Utah in our Nursing Homes category.
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