Services for Seniors
Guide to Senior Living in Wyoming
Wyoming had nearly 580,000 residents in 2019, according to the U.S. Census Bureau; 16.5% of those residents were at least 65 years old. By 2040, adults 65 and older are expected to make up 22.5% of the state’s population. Known for its excellent health care, no state income tax, and Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming is a great place for seniors ready to relax and enjoy their retirement.
Another reason seniors love Wyoming is that the average costs of care are lower here than in many other states. For example, Wyoming residents pay an average of $3,780 per month for assisted living, nearly $300 per month less than the national average.
This guide explains the types of care available to Wyoming seniors, provides details on the average cost of each type of care, and introduces several programs that may help seniors pay for care as they get older.
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