The story behind AM & FM Elderly Care Services
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AM & FM Enterprise, Inc. was established in 2005 for the specific purpose of helping the elderly and those with special needs while maintaining dignity with love. Our business was developed due to the compassion of the family to provide peace of mind to both elderly individuals and their families. To accomplish this mission, AM&FM Enterprise, Inc. now offers both companionship, care-planning, in-home care, housekeeping, and respite services through Allean’s Loving Care. We also have Sara’s Place Day Center coming soon. We will offer an opportunity for clients to remain active in a non-residential environment which provides a range of professional, health, social and therapeutic services.
All staff have been chosen based on not only their skills in nursing and nutrition but for their compassion for working with our elderly citizens. Our Board of Directors are actively engaged in ensuring the ongoing success of AM & FM Enterprise, Inc. They possess a wide array of expertise from the medical profession to individuals solely concerned with the well-being of our elderly, who are our parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, and neighbors. You can be assured that your loved ones will receive quality professional care with the love and attention which would be given to a member of our own family.
Please contact us for more information and fee rates for our various programs. You may be surprised to learn that your loved one could be eligible for reduced rates from one of our various sources of funding.
AM & FM Healthcare Staff
Spiritual Essence of Eagle Symbolism
When the eagle spirit animal appears in your life you are being asked, if not challenged, to go deeper into your spiritual quest. It challenges you to take your ideas and bring them into reality, just as it does when it spots it’s prey from above. The spiritual symbolism of the eagle teaches us to remain focused on our mission and to take action on our visions. It shows us how to conserve our energy, use it wisely, and put it towards the greater good.
Finally, the eagle encourages us to be strong, proud, and victorious, while acting with great humility. The humility of nature is beautiful, grand, and does not boast. This is our greatest destiny.
-Article revised and sourced from:"Universe of Symbolism"
by Presley Love.
In memory of
Richard Alan Chenoweth
Our Spiritual Eagle and Inspiration
In Loving Memory
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Allean’s Loving Care was named for Allean Axon in 1998 who was a well-known Caregiver and senior advocate in Manatee County who was killed by a drunk Driver on May 23, 1997 on State Road 64 in Bradenton. The same road where she had previously been the caregiver for several clients for several years.
Mrs. Axon served the Bradenton Community with love and care. After educating her 9 children as a single parent, she would go from door to door to ensure that her senior neighbors were cared for and their needs were properly met. Whatever the need was, Mrs. Axon always found a way and supplied that need. She was a diligently caring worker while employed at Blake Hospital until she retired and was able to see some of the senior patients' needs. When asked, "Why does she do the things she does?" Mrs. Axon replied, “It’s in my heart to serve mankind every day of my life."
Sara’s Place was named after Sara McIntosh Washington, who passed away on June 14, 2012 from ovarian cancer at the young age of 35. When Sara passed away she was working very hard to get Sara’s Place up and running which she had worked on for several years. Sara was a caregiver in the medical field as well. She was known as the loving caregiver with the beautiful smile and big heart “she was known for her going beyond the call of duty to ensure her patients were cared for, nothing was too difficult or beyond her reach to get the job done for her patients/clients.
Mr. Richard Chenoweth, better known as “Rick” passed away on February 11, 2015 leaving behind a great and proud legacy. He was the greatest encourager and guide both Sara Place and Allean’s. He played a great part in guiding and challenging the CEO to move forward with both visions for he knew the vision well and had also seen first-hand the need in the community being a former police officer. Rick has been and will always be our Spiritual Eagle that soars above the clouds, storm and wind and rain, that’s where he placed Allean’s and Sara’s Place
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