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The gambling state of Nevada offers senior assisted living centers in metro areas and in its sparsely populated towns. There are two main populated locations, one in Las Vegas and its surrounding communities, which includes Lake Mead. The second is the Reno, Carson City area including nearby Lake Tahoe. Some of the next largest towns in Nevada are Winnemucca, Elko, and Tonopah, each of which offers assisted living housing.
The southern region of the state surrounding Las Vegas is part of the Mojave Desert and offers a dry arid climate of wide basins and mountains. The northern section of Nevada is in the Great Basin that offers semi-arid conditions with forested mountain ranges. Carson City the state’s capital is in the northwest border of the area in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Reno and Lake Tahoe are found just north of the capital city in this forested area.
The current state tax rate for Nevada is 6.85% with foods and prescription drugs exempt. The state does not collect personal income tax or tax retirement income.
Nevada’s assisted living facilities are in the main populated communities as well as the smaller towns. The average cost for assisted living housing across the state is $33,100 yearly. Nursing home centers charge an average annual rate of $79,910. Adult day care facilities charge $17,100 a year for seniors only needing part-time care. The Bureau of Licensure and Certification/ EMS - Nevada Department of Human, license and watch over all care centers.
Almost 65% of Nevada’s population is in the Las Vegas metro area and 20% live around Reno. Many of the smaller communities offer easygoing lifestyles and the cost of living is lower than the national average. Several of the northern communities have forest settings with wide views between mountain ranges. Many seniors have found the perfect retirement location in or near these small towns.
The general climate for the state is hot and dry summers with cool to cold winters. Southern Nevada can receive rains from the monsoon storms that come up from the Baja pennatula. The northern portion of the state receives Pacific storms that come over the Sierra Nevada Mountains. During winter, these can produce heavy snow conditions in the north. Winters in the south rarely see winter snows.
The Las Vegas and Reno metro areas offer several assisted living services with nursing care providers. These larger locations have multiple hospitals and health care clinics throughout their suburbs. Only the largest of the small communities have hospitals, but even the smallest communities have health care clinics. Nevada does not have as many populated location statewide compared with other states. The state does offer several different assisted living selections for seniors to choose from in quite or entertainment cities.