Nebraska, known primarily for its expansive cornfields, is appropriately referred to as “The Cornhusker State.” The term is a common nickname for Nebraska locals, and is also the name of the University of Nebraska football team. While the state may be most famous for its role in the agriculture industry, there’s more to Nebraska than just farms. Cities like Omaha and the college town of Lincoln are vibrant cultural hubs with enough activity to rival cities twice their size. Nebraska’s calm, quiet atmosphere, relatively low cost of living, and convenient proximity to major cities like Minneapolis, Denver, and Kansas City make the state an ideal location to retire.
Currently, A Place for Mom partners with more than 35 independent living communities in Nebraska. The median monthly cost of independent living in Nebraska is about $2,450.
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