This page was created to be a useful and trustworthy place to begin your research into the70+ assisted living facilities located throughoutNorth Dakota.The facilities listed on this page may be contacted directly, and safely. We also highlight helpful state,local and federal agencies and resources to help you to further your research, or to verify information you may have found elsewhere.
North Dakota is a land of contrasts, which can present challenges to it's aging population. Although there are a handful of larger cities in North Dakota, including Fargo, Bismarck, and Grand Forks, most of this northern state consists of farmland and rural counties. Few, if any senior services or assisted living facilities may exist in these areas - forcing seniors who need care in these areas to look elsewhere. If seniors decide to stay put, the caregiving duties often fall on family members.
We are fortunate in America, and in North Dakota that we are served by state and federal agencies and programs to assist seniors and caregivers, whether they are rural or urban, and if they live at home, or perhaps in a long-term care environment.
Fortunately, New Mexico's seniors and their don't have to go it alone. New Mexico has a number of agencies and programs designed to support this state's aging population, and to help them to find care, or assist with any other aging issue. The New Mexico State Agency on Aging is a great place to start. Within the agency, the The Aging & Disability Resource Center (ADRC) can help you with questions regarding Long-Term Care options, Medicare and Medicaid help; Veteran's Services; Caregiving Support and quite a bit more. We encourage you to explore what the ADRC has to offer. In addition, for more 'localized' help, you can refer to one of New Mexico's Area Agencies on Aging, which are designed to help seniors and families within groups of counties, and specific areas within New Mexico. Intro by D. Besnette
How To Find Senior Care in New Mexico Using Trusted Sources
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Our video tutorial will very quickly show you two important, state-sponsored resources in New Mexico that offer comprehensive information on the state's assisted living facilities and senior care organizations.
New Mexico Assisted Living: Featured Facilities & Services
[Video] Beehive Homes - Albuquerque
A quality senior living choice in a residential setting
This video offers a testimonial by a daughter who was looking for assisted living for her mother, and found Beehive homes. This video also features the founder and President of Bee Hive Homes, Twayne Walker, who discusses what is unique and special about Beehive Homes. his PH: 505-234-1218
[Video] Brookdale Place Valencia in Albuquerque
In this engaging and informative video, Irene Weatherfield (executive director) describes what one can expect by living at Brookdale Place Valencia assisted living facility. In addition, familiy members and residents chime in about their impressions and experiences. Call: 877-925-1037
A part of Landsun Homes Continuing Care Retirement Community, the Landsun Manor provides assisted living in a mid-rise apartment setting. Certified Nursing assistants are available 24 hours a day for help with individual needs. Private & personalized apartments with three meals a day and activities. 505-887-2894/800-274-9966 - Westridge Road
An emphasis on living well by choice. Our staff here strives to get to know you and your loved ones.
We provide supportive, inspiring, nurturing and affirming care.
Our mantra is "staying positively youthful" - and we believe that smiles are instrumental to good health.
Warm social environment.
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Please feel free to inquire further into our special senior campus or any of our neighborhoods. For more information contact Tina at 505-661-0066 or visit our leasing office at 1010 Sombrillo Ct. Los Alamos, New Mexico.
New Mexico can be considered a 'land of extremes' when it comes to Senior Care and Assisted Living Facility Choices. On one hand, the larger cities like Albuquerque and Santa Fe have so many choices, it can almost be overwhelming.
On the other hand, New Mexico has thousands of square miles of countryside, rural areas, and counties served by perhaps only a small assortment of small towns. Senior Care and long-term care services can be few and far between.
In either case, our advisors have helped hundreds of New Mexico's seniors and families to find the best care situation at the most affordable price.
This is a free service, and we can help with the smallest of questions, or help you through each step of finding care.