Colorado is considered part of the Midwest and lives up to the area’s reputation for beautiful scenery and outdoor living. The state contains the Rocky Mountains and is one of the most popular ski destinations in the United States, with numerous ski resorts like Vail, Aspen, Breckenridge, Steamboat Springs, Winter Park, and many more. The state has varying climates that produce high amounts of snowfall during the winter and mainly sunny, mild summers, with little rain. Colorado is also known for some of its vineyards and breweries, including the highest elevation vineyards in the country.
Known for its active people and constant outdoor activities, the state is home to the lowest obesity rate in the nation. The weather provides ideal climate for hiking, skiing, biking, snowboarding, and other hobbies that keep people fit and healthy. Just like every other state, however, Colorado still faces the issue of how to plan for their long term care needs.
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Colorado’s Long Term Care Partnership Program helps residents fund their long term care costs with insurance and gives them a variety of options to choose from so they can get a plan that fits their needs.