Wyoming is the tenth-largest state in the United States by area, but has the smallest population. This makes it the second-least densely populated state in the country. Wyoming independent living is ideal for seniors who enjoy wide open spaces and a variety of outdoor activities from fishing to hiking and everything in between. The state is home to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, and the Devil’s Gate National Monument. Many residents also enjoy rodeos and Wild West museums in addition to their outdoor activities. Seasonal activities include Gold Rush Days, the Wyoming Brewers Festival and Hot Air Balloon Festivals.
Independent Living in Wyoming Defined
Independent living offers an environment in which active retirees can live among peers, with limited professional support. Wyoming independent living facilities offer extensive activities and programs that support the physical and mental health of residents. However, this is a 'maintenance-free' situation and 24-hour supervision is not provided. Residents who need day-to-day care and help with the basic activities of daily living, such as eating, dressing and bathing, should look into assisted living facilities. You can find Wyoming assisted living facilities in our Assisted Living category. Nursing homes are the best option for seniors with serious health conditions who require comprehensive medical care and observation. You can find Wyoming nursing homes in our Nursing Homes category.
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