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Colorado is at 5.6 million residents and rapidly growing, and has recently been on pace with Arizona, one of the fastest growing states in America.

Why look for assisted living in Colorado?

Variety. What separates Colorado from many other states in not only the region, but also in the continental United States, is the variation of assisted living providers. The state is filled with assisted living communities and since it is also one of the fastest growing in the U.S., the selection is only expanding.

Colorado also has a pleasant variety of big city feel (Denver, Colorado Springs), suburban settings for assisted living, as well as small and rural communities. There is a little something for everyone.

The scenery is also gorgeous. While many people flock here for skiing and snowboarding, the Rocky Mountains provide a great landscape for many elderly care providers located on the front range of Colorado.

Colorado Assisted Living - Cost

The Top 5 Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in Colorado per month:

  1. Canon City, CO - $3,670
  2. Montrose, CO - $3,710         
  3. Pueblo, CO - $3,755
  4. Grand Junction, CO - $3,790         
  5. Aurora, CO - $3,940

The Top 5 Most Expensive Cities for Assisted Living in Colorado:

  1. Parker, CO - $5,010
  2. Greenwood Village, CO - $4,570         
  3. Englewood, CO - $4,560         
  4. Littleton, CO - $4,540         
  5. Centennial, CO - $4,520

The Top 5 Most Affordable Counties in Colorado for Assisted Living per month:

  1. Fremont County - $3,655
  2. Montrose County - $3,720         
  3. Mesa County - $3,790
  4. Pueblo County - $3,890
  5. El Paso County - $3,990

The Top 5 Most Expensive Counties in Colorado for Assisted Living:

  1. Douglas County - $4,980
  2. Jefferson County - $4,390
  3. Arapahoe County - $4,275
  4. Boulder County - $4,250         
  5. Adams County - $4,180

Types of Assisted Living Available in Colorado

Colorado has over 600 assisted living properties in the state, and as the state grows at a higher than national average rate, expect that number to grow in the next few years.

A good portion of the senior living facilities are based on the front range, which despite the misconception about Colorado provides over 300 days of sunshine each year, not too much snow in the winter, and is prairie land. You will be away (but not too far away) from the classic Rocky Mountains.

Colorado has also built a lot of trust with current and former residents at elderly care facilities. According to the Assisted Living Records and Reports Transparency, the state ranked 14th last year.

Paying for Assisted Living in Colorado

Those seeking a new home in Colorado for senior care are entitled under the Consumer Directed Attendant Support Services (CDASS) to select their own assisted living provider even if they are receiving aid to cover expenses.

The Elderly and Disabled Waiver is another option for some seniors to afford alternative care facilities in Colorado.

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