Here are the 3 best senior living apartments in or near Wheatland, WY. These housing complexes provide luxury assisted living apartments for the elderly Wyoming senior citizens and older adults who reside in the Wheatland area. See complete list of 55+ senior housing in Wheatland, Wyoming and nearby:
Platte County Legacy Home is a senior living facility located at 100 19th St, inside 82201 zip code in Platte county and offers senior housing in Wheatland, Wyoming. It has capacity of 50 senior citizens. Platte County Legacy Home is licensed with the state of Wyoming, with license number 15206.
Phone #: (888) 595-9061
Senior Care Of Wyoming - Country Club Living is a 55 and over senior housing complex situated at 52 16th St in Platte county and offers senior living in Wheatland, Wyoming. It has capacity of 26 senior apartments. Senior Care Of Wyoming - Country Club Living is licensed with the state of Wyoming, with license number 15055.
Phone #: (866) 892-7533
Platte County Assisted Living is a pet-friendly 55+ senior apartment facility located at 98 19th St, 82201 zip code in Platte county. Platte County Assisted Living provides senior citizen apartments in Wheatland, WY. It includes a total of 16 senior apartment units. It's also a licensed facility, with license # P-900.
Phone #: (888) 539-5370
SeniorGuidance.org provides comprehensive resources on various senior living options, including: assisted living facilities, senior living communities, nursing homes, independent living communities, continuing care retirement communities (CCRC) and all other long term senior care options, including memory care such as Alzheimer's or Dementia.
Additional senior living options in Wheatland, Wyoming:
If you are looking for assisted living options in Wheatland, see Assisted Living in Wheatland, WY that includes all assisted living communities.
Does your loved one have dementia or Alzheimer's disease? If so, please see Dementia Care in Wheatland, WY and explore all memory care options for dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
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