Midnight Sun Home Care Blog

Compassionate End-of-Life Care: Honoring Dignity and Comfort

End-of-life care is a sensitive and crucial aspect of the caregiving journey. At Midnight Sun Home Care, we believe in providing compassionate and dignified care to individuals during their final stages of life. In this article, we explore the principles of compassionate end-of-life care and how it prioritizes the comfort and well-being of both individuals […]

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Aging in Place: Making Your Home a Haven of Comfort

Aging in place is a concept that resonates with many seniors who wish to remain in the comfort of their own homes as they age. At Midnight Sun Home Care, we believe that creating a safe and comfortable environment is essential for seniors' well-being. In this article, we explore how to transform your home into […]

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The Power of Music in Senior Care: Enhancing Well-Being Through Melodies

Music has the remarkable ability to evoke emotions, trigger memories, and bring joy to our lives. At Midnight Sun Home Care, we understand the profound impact that music can have on the well-being of seniors. In this article, we explore the power of music in senior care and how it can enhance the quality of […]

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A Guide to Ensuring Senior Safety at Home

As we age, our homes may need certain modifications to ensure they remain safe and comfortable environments. At Midnight Sun Home Care, we understand the importance of senior safety, and we're here to provide you with valuable tips and insights on how to create a secure living space for your loved ones. Assessing Home Safety […]

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Help Seniors Stay Active and Mobile Post-Pandemic

As we’re finally easing our way out of this pandemic, we are finding out more about how it has harmed seniors – both physically and emotionally. We all know seniors have been at a higher risk of serious side effects and death due to the COVID-19 virus. However, the impact of 15 months of physical […]

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Latinos and Dementia: Some Differences in How Alzheimer’s Presents

A new study sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association reveals some unexpected results in how dementia may show differently in Hispanic people. While further exploration of Latinos and dementia is necessary to fully understand whether these differences are due to social/cultural nuances or dementia itself, it is valuable information for Latino families to understand. Daily Activities […]

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Tips on How to Avoid Overstepping Boundaries with Senior Parents

We desire what’s best for our elderly parents. As our parents age, it is not necessarily a straightforward task to determine our role as adult children. However, if we’re not very careful, it is possible to find ourselves overstepping boundaries with senior parents and trying to parent them. Avoiding boundary issues is particularly true when […]

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Dementia Research Breakthrough: Understanding the 4 Types of Alzheimer’s

For decades, researchers have been examining the development of Alzheimer’s through one particular basic model, despite the fact that not all Alzheimer’s diagnoses present with the same symptoms and progression. However, a new dementia research breakthrough is on the horizon. Now, a new, collaborative study between the US, Sweden, Canada, and Korea is revealing some interesting […]

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The Senior Assistive Devices That Can Be Life-Changing

Consider the many tools you use every single day – your phone, toothbrush, hairbrush – simple things, but ones you cannot envision living without. For hundreds of older adults, there are basic senior assistive devices available that might mean the difference between living at home and facing a move to assisted living. Yet almost 50% […]

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How Elder Care Mediation Eases Family Caregiver Conflict

When you need to work as a team to make sure the needs of your aging parents are met, even the closest of brothers and sisters could find themselves at odds. Emotions and stress levels are, commonly, running high. Add to that your past history and family dynamics, which commonly resurface during stressful times, and […]

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