With an expanded understanding of cancer, researchers are better able to develop new treatments and prevention strategies.
Each year since 1999, we’ve realized an ever-increasing decline in cancer-related deaths, an encouraging development that’s poised to carry on as experts gain a greater understanding of cancer, its causes, and new and better treatment options. Nevertheless, cancer… Continue reading
Millions of Americans live with heart conditions that can turn deadly, but the American Heart Association (AHA) is committed to funding research, awareness and care. Every year, Alaskans take a Saturday in April to help to raise money for the AHA, while also practicing heart healthy habits. On April 21, joins Alaskans in the Alaska… Continue reading
Get Your Important Papers in Order
What happens after you die, and end of life care conversations are never fun to have, but they’re very important. It doesn’t matter how old you are – there are certain documents you need to have in place. Without these documents, your family may not carry out your wishes… Continue reading
Over 28 million Americans become victims of fraud annually, and 30 percent are seniors. Criminals target seniors for many reasons including they may be more trusting, have savings and weren’t raised in an era of cyber scams. According to the National Adult Protective Services Association, “financial exploitation is a fast-growing form of abuse of seniors… Continue reading
MSHC Caregiver Sharon Ameline approaches every day with her clients with one goal in mind, “to make them have a smile every day.” Sharon is MSHC’s longest-serving employee; she’s been with the company for 15 years. “I was like, what do I do for a job,” said Sharon. “I’ve raised four kids, I’ve been a… Continue reading
The weeks surrounding Thanksgiving and Christmas are often called the season of giving. We see toy drives, food drives and exchange gifts with each other. And while it is wonderful the holidays remind us to give to those less fortunate than us, at Midnight Sun Home Care we try to give back to our community… Continue reading
Every November we celebrate Veterans Day a day meant to honor the men and women who have served in our military. With our neighbors Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, there are many active military professionals and veterans living in our community. These men and women signed up to serve and we believe the least we can do… Continue reading
Winter is rough on seniors. Let the staff at Midnight Sun Home Care help get your home winter-ready for seniors.
Seal Gaps: Installing weather strips around doors and caulking cracks will keep the cold air out and reduce heating bills.
Program the Thermostat: By using a programmable thermostat you can save big bucks. We’ll… Continue reading
Many of our seniors did not grow up in Alaska, they moved here for an exciting job opportunity or adventure. As this independent generation ages, their spirit stays the same but unfortunately sometimes their body can’t keep up. Luckily, with Philips Lifeline, seniors can stay safe while maintaining their freedom.
Philips Lifeline is the number… Continue reading
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October 9, 2017
Anchorage’s Midnight Sun Home Care among the fastest-growing
inner city businesses in America
Anchorage, AK – The Initiative for a Competitive Inner City (ICIC) and Fortune announced yesterday Midnight Sun Home Care (MSHC) made the 2017 Inner City 100 list. The list, revealed at the 19th Annual Awards and… Continue reading
If you’re a Philips Lifeline Customer who has recently been asked to change providers – you have a choice. By calling Midnight Sun Home Care, you can keep your service, at a lower cost and there’s no change over fee.
Philips Lifeline is the most trusted medical alert service in the country. Thousands of people… Continue reading
Get the nursery ready
Many expecting moms experience nesting but may be too exhausted. MSHC will come in remove all the tags and wash all the new baby clothes, help organize the closet and run errands to pick up last minute supplies.
Clean the house
Relax in the weeks before baby arrives and let MSHC… Continue reading
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends mothers exclusively breastfeed their babies for the first six months. Breastfeeding can be hard work and mothers need support but for many women the benefits for both mom and baby, outweigh any obstacles.
All the vitamins and nutrients babies need for the first six months of life… Continue reading
In 1988, President Ronald Reagan signed Proclamation 5847 declaring August 21 National Senior Citizens Day. The day is meant to recognize the achievements and leadership of seniors, and thank them for all they’ve done. It’s also a day meant to remind people to take care of seniors by providing them with the proper care and… Continue reading