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    Eric Malkin Owner
    Photo of Eric Malkin
    Eric Malkin Owner

    Eric Malkin, owner of Homewatch CareGivers serving Beachwood, Ohio was inspired to start his business in 2006 after a dear aunt was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.

    Eric has an MBA and is a Certified Senior Advisor (CSA), which shows that he is competent and knowledgeable about working with seniors. “I am ultimately responsible for every caregiver that comes into your home and for the care that is delivered to each of our families,” he says. “I do my best to personally meet with each of our clients and work with our nurse to understand our clients’ needs and how we can be of help.”

    Eric, who co-owns this business with his wife Rosey Malkin, RN, takes his work with his clients seriously and has been trained in CPR and First Aid.

    This northeastern Ohio native embraces golf in summer, “survives” winters by playing tennis and racquetball (“Though I wouldn’t miss the winters, I love this city and marvel at all that is has to offer,” Eric adds), and passionately cheers on Cleveland teams.

    He is inspired by his work daily. “I love to reward our caregivers and be part of a perfect match when a caregiver practically becomes part of our client’s family,” Eric says.

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    Ashley Hill Manager of Care
    Photo of Ashley Hill
    Ashley Hill Manager of Care

    Ashley Hill has been with Homewatch CareGivers of Beachwood, Ohio since 2006. She is also co-owner of the Westlake, Ohio office. With a degree in Organizational Communication from Ohio University, she was a natural for the job of Marketing & Sales Coordinator, but once she decided on a career in the home care industry, she went back for her master’s degree in Public Administration at Cleveland State University.

    “Spending time with our clients and learning about their life experiences while witnessing firsthand the impact we can have on our clients by simply listening to them and enjoying their companionship makes me glad I do what I do,” Ashley explains.

    At work, Ashley oversees the Medicaid home and community-based waiver services for individuals living with developmental disabilities, while managing marketing and sales endeavors that build relationships with local experts who may also be of service to clients. “I am committed to ensuring the peace of mind of our clients’ loved ones while also supporting our clients’ independence,” she says.

    There is also room in her heart for Cleveland sports teams. “I can’t wait for the Indians baseball team to win the World Series! If LeBron can do it, they can too!”

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    Denise Langa Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator
    Photo of Denise Langa
    Denise Langa Staffing and Scheduling Coordinator

    Denise Langa, MSW, has been the Consumer Coordinator at Homewatch CareGivers in Beachwood, OH since 2014. Each client has their own unique care plan and it is Denise who coordinates the implementation of these plans for clients who are living with developmental disabilities. She also is part of matching caregivers for these clients and reviewing Medicaid compliance documents.

    “My favorite part of my job is the interaction with the individuals and their families,” she says.
    Denise also works for the Lake County Board of Developmental Disabilities as an Investigative Agent (IA). She is a certified IA and Service Support Administrator (SSA).

    “When I’m no working, I enjoy time with family, traveling and reading,” Denise shares.

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    Lisa Anderson Administrative Assistant
    Photo of Lisa Anderson
    Lisa Anderson Administrative Assistant

    Lisa Anderson, Office Manager, has been at Homewatch CareGivers in Beachwood, Ohio since 2006. She has a BS in Finance and Accounting and is a Registered Polarity Practitioner (RPP). Lisa handles the day-to-day operations, with an emphasis on accounting and human resource functions. She left a career in corporate finance and accounting when her kids were born and then started a new life path as a preschool teacher and Meals on Wheels volunteer. It was her volunteering that awakened an interest in working with seniors in her community.

    “Knowing that we are in a caring field and that we are making a positive difference in the lives of many seniors and their families is my favorite thing about my job,” says Lisa.

    When she’s not at work, she likes to hike and pursue an interest in holistic well-being.