Brain Injury Services
Dakota Pointe houses 10 residents with brain injuries and is licensed as a basic care facility by the state of North Dakota.
Dakota Pointe offers a day program for physically disabled and brain-injured adults. The day program is focused on providing a structured day of activities so individuals can maintain their current level of independence in the surrounding communities. Day program participants are offered group exercise, activities, social service contacts, a full dinner, and two nutritious snacks throughout the day.
Age 18 to 64 with a primary diagnosis of an organic or acquired brain injury
Be disabled as determined by Social Security disability criteria
Be capable of directing his/her own care or have a (legally) responsible party act in his/her behalf
Be a Medicaid recipient or have some other established method of payment
Have a current neuropsychological evaluation or willing to obtain an evaluation
Have the capacity, desire and motivation to maintain or improve skills needed for a greater amount of independence and a more fulfilling life
Approved for admission by the Dakota Pointe Admissions Committee
Dakota Pointe is here to assist you. If there is someone you know who could benefit from our program or if there is any way that we can be of assistance to you, please contact us:
3503 43rd Street NW
Mandan, ND 58554