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Why look for assisted living in North Dakota?

North Dakota is a very remote state in the U.S. that is well under one million people and will likely not reach the plateau for a long time. With over 750,000 residents, it is one of the smaller states in terms of population and easily one of the most spread out in the continental U.S. North Dakota proves that you don’t have to be a large state to excel at senior living.

For some seniors, however, it is far too cold and remote and has too long of winters to make a permanent home. While for others, the chance to stay away from high volumes of traffic and people is absolute paradise.

It all depends on how you look at things. However, if you want a place where there are no major cities, lots of open land, and quiet places to spend your retirement year, then you will really appreciate what North Dakota has to offer.

North Dakota Assisted Living - Cost

The Most Affordable Cities for Assisted Living in North Dakota per month:

  1. Minot, ND - $3,980
  2. Fargo, ND - $4,030
  3. Mandan, ND - $4,050
  4. Dickinson, ND - $4,215

The Most Affordable Counties in North Dakota for Assisted Living per month:

  1. Ward County - $3,985
  2. Cass County - $4,030
  3. Morton County - $4,045
  4. Stark County - $4,215

Types of Assisted Living Available in North Dakota

North Dakota provides a fair amount and types of housing for seniors. The assisted living facilities in North Dakota range from centers that have all the traditional amenities (dining hall, fitness center, day room, outdoor patio, event space, etc.) to senior residential housing complexes that are alternatives to hospitals yet somewhat similar to assisted living centers.

Paying for Assisted Living in North Dakota

North Dakota is untraditional in how it helps individuals or families cover expenses related to assisted living.
The current model states that residents can receive personal care services from Medicaid in any type of senior housing, though that money cannot go toward room and board.

Yet for those that need assistance with the high costs of senior housing (though North Dakota is much more reasonably priced than most of the U.S.) your best bets are through the Waiver for Home and Community Based Services, which is a non-Medicaid type of financial aid. The State Plan Personal Care initiative may also be able to assist with room and board at a senior living facility.

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