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Assisted Living Facilities in Mandan, ND

Dakota Alpha

1303 27TH STREET NW, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

Morton County

License #: ND157

Capacity: 20 people

Phone #: (701) 663-0376

Dakota Pointe

3503 43RD ST NW, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

Morton County

License #: 8059A

Capacity: 10 people

Phone #: (701) 667-4552

Edgewood Mandan

2801 39th Ave SE, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

Morton County

Capacity: 104 people

Phone #: 701-757-5452

Lakewood Landing

4401 21st St SE, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

Morton County

Capacity: 30 people

Phone #: 701-751-6191

Miller Pointe, A Prospera Community

3500 21ST ST SE, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

Morton County

License #: ND177

Capacity: 114 people

Phone #: (701) 323-1300

Sunset Drive - a Prospera Community

1011 BOUNDARY ST NW, Mandan, North Dakota 58554

Morton County

License #: ND158

Capacity: 128 people

Phone #: (701) 323-1411

Mandan, ND Assisted Living for Seniors

Assisted living facilities in Mandan aim at offering cozy and safe environments where seniors can live with individuals who belong to similar age groups.  It makes interactions with each other simple, as most senior citizens share similar interests and needs which can help to improve the quality of life as they enjoy their golden years. While the facilities open their doors to the elderly who are more than 55 years old, there are some cases that they would rather not handle.  For instance, if there is an older adult who is always exhibiting aggressive behavior, they are better off somewhere else as they can pose a danger to other residents.

Senior living facilities in Mandan usually promote the idea of independent living where seniors only get some assistances in various aspects of daily life. If a person is not able to transfer from their bed to the living room or any other destination without the help of two staff members, they may not be welcome at the facilities. It is best that they look into other senior living options where they can be sure that baby boomers will get all the attention and assistance they need without fail.

Older adults with unmanageable incontinence may also not find a home at the assisted residences. The same applies to individuals who have high monitoring needs, for example patients who have diabetes as they frequently require insulin injections at varying intervals by a professional nurse or health practitioner. Residents who need colostomy care regularly or the ones on feeding tubes may also not be ideal candidates for assisted living and may be more appropriate for nursing homes.

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