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There are 9 assisted living facilities in Bismarck, ND and no other assisted living facilities nearby. The average cost of assisted living in Bismarck, ND is $3,550 per month.
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Primrose is committed to providing a happy, healthy environment for our residents. Assisted living is designed for seniors who want the privacy of an apartment with the security of professional care and service. Every resident at Primrose has a plan…
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Skilled Nursing and Rehab for Seniors Located in Bismarck, North Dakota, residents at Baptist Health Care Center are truly part of one big family. The loving and professional care provided to our residents for the past 75 years has earned…
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Live life to its fullest! Touchmark on West Century brings enriching retirement living to the vibrant, historic Bismarck-Mandan area of North Dakota. Our 18-acre campus boasts an on-site Health & Fitness Club, award-winning Life Enrichment/Wellness program, independent living, assisted living,…
The median cost of assisted living in Bismarck for a single-occupancy apartment is $3,550/month (Genworth - 2018). This monthly cost typically includes rent, utilities, dining, housekeeping and transportation.
Bismarck, the capital of North Dakota, lies on the banks of the Missouri River. Founded in 1872, Bismarck now has about 62,000 residents. The city has a four-season humid, continental climate with long and cold winters tempered by sunny and warm summers.
Assisted living in Bismarck is a fantastic option for seniors who appreciate the beauty of fresh-fallen snow and do not wish to endure scorching summers.
Seniors who choose assisted living in Bismarck enjoy gentle, scenic foot paths and beautifully manicured parks throughout the city. The Dakota Zoo is another big draw as residents and their grandchildren will love visiting the exotic animals and taking advantage of the many special programs offered there.
History buffs will enjoy Bismarck’s many historical attractions related to the Lewis and Clark expedition, including Fort Yates, Keelboat Park and the North Dakota Heritage Center. The Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center is also popular.
Residents of assisted living in Bismarck have an impressive array of services available to them. Senior activities in Bismarck are based at the Bismarck Senior Center. The Center’s most popular events include the annual health fair and the yearly bake sale. The Senior Center also hosts the Senior Center Book Club, which meets once a month.
Through the Burleigh County Senior Adults Program, seniors are served balanced meals, receive health coaching, attend lectures, make new friends and volunteer in the local community.
With two major medical centers located right in town, residents of assisted living in Bismarck enjoy easy access to quality health care.
The main campus of St. Alexius Medical Center is located in Bismarck and has been serving North Dakota residents since 1885. St. Alexius operates several Centers of Excellence for the care of elderly populations, critical conditions, cancer, orthopedics, mental health and more.
Across the street from St. Alexius, Medcenter One, a 232-bed, nonprofit hospital, also provides a number of specialty medical services such as same day surgery, a sleep center, cancer care and an emergency room.
Getting to and from a community of assisted living in Bismarck is easy with the city’s public transportation system, Bis-Man Transit. Bis-Man maintains an extensive city bus network known as Capital Area Transit, or CAT for short, that serves both the cities of Bismarck and Mandan.
Bis-Man operates a separate Paratransit division that is dedicated to the transportation needs of the elderly and disabled. Paratransit rides must be scheduled at least a day in advance and companions may accompany riders, but are also charged the full ride fee. However, escorts that are assisting the rider in an essential capacity may ride free.
Bismarck’s extensive conveniences and recreational offerings make it an excellent choice for assisted living. View a list of local communities on our Bismarck Assisted Living page.
Written by senior housing staff writer.
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