Perfect Pairings

Happy Valentine’s Day!

When it comes to relationships – marriages, friendships, working relationships, etc. - there’s a lot of chemistry involved. Everyone has different backgrounds, values and experiences. At Midnight Sun Home Care, facilitating successful relationships is one of our key principles. Through relationship building and active listening, we work hard to get to know each individual we serve, and their loved ones, so we can provide the very best care.

We call ourselves the of caregiving. It’s our clever way of saying there’s a method to how we match clients and caregivers. Before we assign a caregiver to a client, we work with our clients to get to know their personality and needs. Each client-caregiver relationship centers around compassion, trust, professionalism and family.

Our experienced care team is trained to provide personalized care and assistance that is always relationship-driven and family-focused. By taking the caregiver responsibilities away from family members, it allows families to focus on what matters.

Kevin Turkington
Founder & CEO
Valentine’s Day – some celebrate it as the ultimate day of love, while others call it the Hallmark holiday. Love it or leave it, whatever your take on Valentine’s Day, there are a lot of benefits to letting a little love into your life on any given day.

Several studies have shown that married people live longer than single people. According to a study by Harvard, married people were more likely to detect many life-threatening diseases early and get treatment. (Could this be couples’ nagging each other to go to the doctor?)

But it’s not just marriage; friendship plays a huge role in helping people live longer. Having a loving support system like a spouse, significant other, friends or family can help reduce stress. Stress is a major player in longevity. Stress causes headaches, fatigue, high blood pressure, weight gain and more. Surrounding yourself with positive people can also influence healthy activities like eating healthy and exercising.

Love and support can come from a four-legged friend too. According to one study that followed cat owners over the course of 10 years, owning a cat dramatically reduces a person’s chances of dying from heart disease. Good news for dog owners too – they are also at a reduced risk for cardiovascular disease.   

Spread a little love – you may live a little longer.

Be Heart Healthy This Month

February is the month of love. In addition to showing some love for the people in your life, consider showing your heart some love this month. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women in the U.S. The American Heart Association suggests four tips for improving your heart health...


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