Home Loving Care, formerly known as Home Loving Senior Care, is now owned by Judy Boggs’ daughter and her son-in-law, Sherry Stanley-Martin and Tommy Martin. Sherry & Judy worked together for many years networking In-Home Care and Long-Term Care benefits provided by Edward Jones Investments. Home Loving Care is a Veteran owned agency. Our agency provides a wide range of services including companionship, post-surgery care, transportation, meal preparation, light housekeeping, medication reminders, shopping, errands, and respite care. We also provide care for clients with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, VA services, Facility care and much more. Sherry and Tommy are very passionate about the integrity of Home Loving Care and the care we provide to all the clients and families. Our agency partners with the community, local charities, and volunteer programs.
Home Loving Care differs from other In-Home Care providers because we were created from personal experiences. All the Administrative staff have worked 1-on-1 as In-Home Aides or CNA’s, caring for their loved ones, or working in facility care. This allows our team to better assist our clients and families with their needs. Our goal is to make lives easier by providing the care you need; with the love you want!
Home Loving Care’s Team:
Akeico Stanley, Agency Director
Akeico Stanley joined Home Loving Care in 2013, with over 20 years of experience in the Healthcare Industry. She has 15 years of experience in Human Resources, as a HR Manager and Director. She studied at GTCC in Healthcare Management.
Akeico has a passion for working as a liaison between caregiver’s, client’s, and the community to provide, improve & maintain quality of life for those in need of any type of care. She is constantly working with the team of Home Loving Care to ensure that the legacy of Home Loving Care prevails.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” Maya Angelou
Beth Fowler, RN, Director of Nursing
Beth Fowler joined Home Loving Care 6 years ago, she has been a nurse for 26 years. She studied at High Point University and Forsyth Technical Community College. She is married and has 3 daughters.
Beth enjoys working with the clients and seeing them develop a relationship with their caregiver. She believes assisting the clients to safely remain in their homes for as long as possible is very rewarding.
Beth also believes each client has a unique story and being a good listener is an important part of her job.
Ennocense Stanley, Marketing Representative & Billing Assistant
Ennocense Stanley joined Home Loving Care in 2017. She began as an In-Home Aide, creating many memorable relationships with several of our clients. She did her NC A&T State University student internship at Home Loving Care, under the Agency Director. While interning here, she was properly trained in the Finance department and the Marketing department. In January 2021, Ennocense transitioned into her permanent roles as the new Marketing Representative and the Billing Assistant. Ennocense describes herself as determined, innovative, and disciplined. She believes with hard work and a laser focused mindset; you can accomplish anything. She plans to continue to learn and grow here at Home Loving Care.
Valadiece Friend, Administrative Assistant
Valadiece Friend joined Home Loving Care in 2014. She interned for Home loving Care in the Fall of 2014 and joined the agency officially in December 2014. Valadiece’s roles include but not limited to planning and administering policies relating to all phases of human resource related activities. Prior to Home Loving Care, she worked in the Department of Nursing as a Certified Nursing Assistant at various facilities and agencies for over 12 years. She has been a Certified Nursing Assistant for 19 years. She is a graduate of Living Arts Institute with a certification as a Certified Medical Assistant. She is currently living in Winston Salem, NC with her family and plans to further her nursing education and credentials in Fall 2021.