The Anne Carlsen Center Campus in Jamestown is licensed to provide residential services to 56 individuals from birth to young adulthood. The individuals who reside here have a variety of complex disabilities. Included are autism spectrum disorders, seizure disorders, complex medical fragility, cerebral palsy, hearing impairments, and speech/language impairments.
Individual Care. Personal Expressions
The Center’s Medically Fragile Unit, River’s Bend, offers state-of-the-art care to the region’s most medically fragile population. In this unit, the nursing staff is trained to provide ventilator care and short-term intravenous therapy, in addition to respiratory and oxygen therapy.
Anne Carlsen Center’s combination of care and expertise makes it a unique entity not only in North Dakota, but throughout the Midwest.
The Anne Carlsen Center recognizes the challenges often associated with caring for an individual with disabilities, and offers behavior support services that help families and caregivers successfully navigate daily routines. Our highly trained and experienced staff works with individuals, families and caregivers to address a variety of behavioral issues.
We strongly believe spiritual care is just as vital as the first-rate education, therapy and residential care we provide at the Anne Carlsen Center’s Jamestown Campus.
Centers for Residential Services
“You knew that he felt back at home again.
All of a sudden, the summer cottage just became his home, and that’s where he wanted to be.”
– Darrell Kilzer
Overview of Service
View our residential services brochure. Click here
ACC Fashion Show
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“Bella” the Big Bear comes Home
A seven-foot tall Teddy Bear, donated by Ross and Jolynn Gienger, arrived yesterday to our campus in Jamestown. Click here