dementia

Improve Living with Dementia Through Journaling

Improve Living with Dementia Through Journaling
Make living with dementia better by implementing journaling. Being a caregiver for a senior living with dementia is a fluid, ever-evolving undertaking. One day may be calm and peaceful, with your senior loved one taking pleasure in activities, eating healthy meals, and sharing laughter with you; while the following day may be fraught with agitation,… Continue reading

The Key to Unlocking Communication Difficulties in Dementia: Nonverbal Communication

The Key to Unlocking Communication Difficulties in Dementia: Nonverbal Communication
Nonverbal communication is invaluable in connecting with those with dementia. Talking with a senior trying to cope with all the struggles of Alzheimer’s, especially in the middle and later stages, could very well be discouraging – both for you and for the senior loved one. Brain changes impede the ability to listen, process, and respond… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Symptoms: 5 Things That Make Them Worse

Alzheimer’s Symptoms: 5 Things That Make Them Worse
Alzheimer’s symptoms can be negatively impacted by certain things or activities. While there are particular commonalities, Alzheimer’s disease affects every individual differently. Our specially trained dementia caregivers know, for example, that even though one individual may appreciate being outdoors, another person could be overwhelmed by so much sensory input and favor a tranquil indoor environment.… Continue reading

Alzheimer’s Care in Anchorage | New Findings from the Alzheimer’s Association

Alzheimer’s Care in Anchorage | New Findings from the Alzheimer’s Association
Midnight Sun Home Care is here to help with all of your Alzheimer’s care in Anchorage and the surrounding area. The Alzheimer’s Association has issued its 2019 Facts and Figures Report, and with a full 5.8 million Americans presently diagnosed with the disease – including one out of every ten older adults – it’s vital… Continue reading

Companion Care Services in Matanuska-Susitna Alaska Help Solo Family Caregivers with Dementia Care

Companion Care Services in Matanuska-Susitna Alaska Help Solo Family Caregivers with Dementia Care
Shot of a daughter visiting her senior mother in hospital While an incredible number of older adults are struggling with the challenges of Alzheimer’s disease, an even greater number of family members are trying to cope with caring for them. Surprisingly, nearly 75% of family care providers are managing their older loved ones’ dementia care… Continue reading

The Real Cost of Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia. Recently the Alzheimer’s Association released its annual report detailing the state of Alzheimer’s in America. The report shows 5.7 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer’s and its costing Americans $277 billion a year! But that figure isn’t the true cost. Millions of Americans take time away from work… Continue reading

Attention Philips Lifeline Customers – Keep Your Service at a Lower Cost

Attention Philips Lifeline Customers – Keep Your Service at a Lower Cost
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

Men’s Health Month – Help Dad Stay Safe This Summer

What better time of year to celebrate Men’s Health Month than when the salmon are running and dad is out enjoying his favorite summer activities. Men’s Health Month is certainly about celebrating the men in our life but more importantly, it aims to keep them healthy by spreading awareness about the importance of preventative care… Continue reading

Avoiding Alzheimer’s – Healthy Habits to Keep Your Brain In Shape

Avoiding Alzheimer’s – Healthy Habits to Keep Your Brain In Shape
Read Grab the newspaper with your cup of coffee or sit back and enjoy the latest mystery novel. Reading keeps your mind sharp and stimulated, and can ward off dementia. Exercise Staying fit promotes overall wellness but keeping your blood pumping can also keep Alzheimer’s at bay. Increased blood flow to the brain reduces the… Continue reading
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