With the most square miles of wilderness in the lower 48 states, Idaho is known for its outdoor activities. Dubbed “The Potato State” due to its large agricultural influence, Idaho is responsible for 1/3 of the potatoes grown in the United States. The population of Idaho is growing quickly, but it still remains the 7th least densely populated state in the nation. Lewiston, Idaho is home to many retirees who were attracted to the mild climate and proximity to water and like others across the country, are now facing the prospect of needing long term care.
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Idaho is one of the many states with a Long Term Care Partnership Program, which was created to help Idahoans plan for their future.