What are the benefits of living in the North Star Manor community?
North Star Manor allows residents to stay close to home, remain part of the communities they’ve helped to build and close to the people they’ve come to trust. That familiarity makes the decision to move more comfortable, and the simplicity of staying in Northwest Minnesota makes the transition easier on everyone.
North Star Manor is also connected to North Valley Health Center, making it easy for residents to get to their appointments.
How much does it cost to live at North Star Manor?
Pricing depends on the senior living option you choose, amount of support you need, apartment size and more. Our professionally trained staff will help you and your loved ones find the perfect combination of independence and assistance. We are experienced with government aid programs, and we do everything we can to make each transition a positive experience. Each level of care provides different services and has specific costs associated with the level of care provided.
Why is North Star Manor owned and operated by the Warren Economic Development Association?
In order to give the community of Warren and the surrounding area the very best care possible, WEDA took over operation of North Star Manor on December 1, 2017. Today we provide some of the best care in Northwest Minnesota.
Are you certified to accept Medicare and Medicaid?
We are 100% Certified to provide Skilled Medicare and Medicaid services in the Skilled Long Term Care unit.
Is a nurse available at all times?
A Licensed Nurse(s) and Certified Nursing Assistants are scheduled on all shifts at North Star Manor Long Term Care. A nurse is on call 24/7 for North Star Assisted Living. There are no health-related services provided to the Independent Senior Apartments.
What is Long Term Care?
A Long Term Care Facility is designed to provide and assist individuals who have health conditions that require constant monitoring and 24/7 access to medical personnel.
What’s the difference between Long Term Care and Assisted Living?
Long Term Care provides the highest level of care for seniors outside of a hospital. Assisted Living is best for seniors who need some help with medications, dressing, toileting, grooming, and eating, but do not require 24/7 health care by nurses and/or CNAs.