Basic Care for Seniors in Wahpeton, North Dakota

Just the care you need for the independence you want.

Similar to the care provided in assisted living communities, the state of North Dakota licenses communities to provide basic care in Wahpeton, ND, to those who qualify. At Benedictine Living Community-Wahpeton, we provide long-term care and assistance with activities of daily living based on our values of Hospitality, Stewardship, Respect and Justice. We also create a customized medical care plan that follows your individual needs and preferences to promote the highest level of independence possible.

“The staff treat me like a queen, with lots of respect, care and love.”


-Beth Cole, Basic Care tenant at Siena Court

For more information about basic care in Wahpeton, ND, including direct admission, please call 701-642-6667.

Learn more about basic care at Benedictine Living Community-Wahpeton.

Basic care, similar to assisted living, is ideal for people who can still live independently, but need extra assistance with daily tasks, including taking medications, preparing meals or doing housework and laundry. Our trained, caring staff members provide individualized support designed to help each resident maintain their highest level of independence.

The state of North Dakota does have a Basic Care Assistance Program. To be eligible for this program, a resident must meet certain criteria defined by the state, including being eligible for Medicaid. For more information and to determine whether you may be eligible for assistance, visit the state’s Basic Care Assistance Program Frequently Asked Questions web page.

Your guests — grandchildren, family members and friends — are always welcome to visit you in your home, and they’re more than welcome to enjoy our recreational facilities, dine and participate in activities with you while visiting.

Most of our communities, including those with basic care, are pet-friendly and welcome dogs, cats, birds and fish upon approval through our Pet Admissions Program. Be sure to ask about the pet policy, approval process, and pet-friendly areas of the community when you visit. All our communities accept service dogs and certified companion animals.

While many residents who still drive do bring their cars, the transportation options provided by our communities usually make a car unnecessary.