Summary of Statistics
The average family caregiver in North Dakota makes $14.72 per hour and spends 21.64 hours per week caring for others.
Find out how you can get paid for being a family caregiver in North Dakota.
Family caregivers in North Dakota can receive the following tax benefits for their work as a family caregiver.
The Child and Dependent Tax Credit
The Child and Dependent Tax Credit (CDCTC) is a percentage of an individual's earned income. An individual may receive the credit if he or she is caring for one or more dependents and has earned income below a certain amount. The costs must be for caring for a child or other dependent so that the taxpayer can work or look for a job. If they are not, the taxpayer will not be eligible. Learn more here.
North Dakota Family Member Care Tax Credit
This Tax Credit is a percentage of the taxpayer's earned income. The amount of credit is determined by eligible expenses incurred for caring for a family member. The caregiver can offset up to $4,000 in expenses with the credit, which is a percentage of income. Learn more about eligibility for the credit here.
Medicaid Waivers in North Dakota
North Dakota has three Medicaid Waiver options for individuals who provide care to their loved ones at home.
Demonstration: Section 1115 Waiver
This demonstration project allows the State of North Dakota and providers to establish a managed care delivery system for home and community-based services.
The project aims to improve the quality of care, promote cost-effective delivery systems, and expand access to care by increasing the number of available Medicaid waivers for home-based services. Learn more here.
Home and Community-Based Services (HCBS): Section 1915(c) Waiver.
This waiver provides an alternative to nursing homes and allows the State of North Dakota to offer home-based services as an alternative to institutional care. HCBS consists of home and community services delivered by a consumer's family or friends.
Freedom of Choice: Section 1915(b) Waiver
This waiver allows the State of North Dakota and providers to grant a state waiver from the requirements in the Medicaid Act.
These waivers aim to assist and promote the development of treatment alternatives, which provide therapeutic services and services involving supportive care, to promote freedom of choice for Medicaid enrollees.
Whether you have or a loved one has served in the Army, Air Force, Marine Corps, or the Coast Guard, there are programs and benefits available to you through the Department of Veteran's Affairs (VA).
Surviving spouses and caregivers of Veterans can be eligible for several benefits. Learn more about all the Veteran benefits for North Dakota here.
Program of Comprehensive Assistance for Family Caregivers (PCAFC)
The PCAFC allows you to earn a monthly stipend of up to $2,750 per month as a family caregiver to a Veteran who has a service-related disability or illness. In addition, you can access training and counseling programs to support your caregiving services. Check to see if you’re eligible here.
Aidaly can help you get paid as a family caregiver in North Dakota. We handle all the paperwork to ensure that you get paid for your time as a family caregiver. Contact us today so we can help!