North Dakota Assisted Living

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See full list of all 176 licensed assisted living facilities in North Dakota for 2019. Senior Living Help enables senior citizens and their loved ones to search for every licensed assisted living facility in North Dakota. If you or your loved one are trying to find a facility in any part of North Dakota with kind and caring staff who will assist with daily living activities such as bathing, dressing, eating, moving around or any other activities, please browse all facility listings below by your city or county, or alternatively use the search box above to find an assisted living community in North Dakota that is near you.

Assisted living facilities in North Dakota are termed Basic Care Facilities and Assisted Living Facilities. The governmental department that oversees the licensing rules for both types of facilities is the Department of Health for North Dakota. All facilities must adhere strictly to all department rules. Unlike North Dakota nursing homes, basic care facilities in North Dakota are not able to take Medicaid or Medicare. State funding is available to them for basic needs services.

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Cost for Assisted Living in North Dakota with Payment Options

We have gathered some ways outside of Medicaid for assisted living payment options. We will also help you gain some perspective on what assisted living in North Dakota can end up costing you. First, understand that there are supplementary ways of paying for assisted living in North Dakota. Medicaid and most, if not all waivers will not pay for room and board at an assisted living facility, and unless there is memory care being provided, room and board will be the bulk of your costs.

Looking for ways to pay for senior living in North Dakota can be right under your nose. It could be hidden in your career or that of the senior needing care. Are they a military veteran? Are they a retired public servant? Are they a dependent of a retiree of either of the aforementioned? Do they have a reverse mortgage? How about annuities or long-term-care insurance? These are all avenues worth exploring when looking into ways to cover the cost of assisted living in North Dakota.

The average statewide cost of assisted living facilities in North Dakota is $3,315 monthly, with the least expensive being Greater Grand Forks at $3,025. However, the statewide average is still just below the national average of $4,000, with Greater Grand Forks being close to $1000 lower. Fargo, is by far the highest priced with a range of over $4,000 to over $5,000. Always add about $1,000 or so more for memory and Alzheimer’s care. This is always the clincher that sends the budget skyrocketing.

Assisted Living Unit Requirements in North Dakota

If you rent an assisted living unit with only one person living in it, the unit must provide 100 square feet of living space not including closets, alcoves, lockers and any recessed space or protruding space occupier like a locker. For assisted living units that have double occupancy, there must be 80 square feet per person and for 3 or more occupants there must be 70 square feet of living floor space per resident. For the most part though, the units in basic care style assisted living in North Dakota generally only have 2 residents, termed as semi-private rooms.

Bathroom requirements are as follows: for North Dakota assisted living facilities, the bathrooms must be private. The bathrooms must have a toilet, sink and bathtub or a shower unit available

In North Dakota basic care assisted living homes, there has to be at least one toilet available for every 4 residents. There must also be a bathtub unit or shower for every 15 residents.

176 Assisted Living Facilities in North Dakota

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