Cleveland Home Care Assistance Staff
Serving the Greater Cleveland OH area, including Solon OH, Bedford OH, Mayfield Heights OH, Shaker Heights OH & More
Scott Michaels CPA – Owner Home Care Assistance
Prior to starting Home Care Assistance, Scott had a 30 year+ successful career as a CPA at a leading international public accounting firm. During that career, Scott learned the importance of listening, responsiveness, proactive communication, and working together to achieve clients’ objectives. He brings that same passion to serving his home care clients and their families. He has personally experienced the challenges of family members caring for aging parents. His mother served as the primary care partner for his father, made the sacrifices and experienced the stress associated with providing dedicated and compassionate care. Scott knows the importance of commitment and trust in providing home care services. He recognizes that each person needs a tailored care plan to ensure they lead happier and healthier lives at home and looks forward to discussing with you the services offered by Home Care Assistance.
Stephanie Hatala, Client Care Manager
Stephanie “Stevie” Hatala, Client Care Manager Stevie brings over 10 years of experience in the Home Care field to her position as Client Care Manager. She has a passion for keeping our clients comfortable, safe and happy in their own homes with the help of professional and dedicated Home Care Assistance caregivers. She develops a customized plan of care to meet the individual needs of each of our clients. Matching the correct care partners with our clients is Stevie’s favorite part of her position. She is looking forward to meeting you!
Sheila Horowitz, RN
Sheila has been a registered nurse for over thirty years. After working in hospital intensive care units, she found her niche in home health and hospice and has honed her skills there for the past eighteen years. She understands the various needs of both the client and the family. She knows that care begins with recognizing and respecting each individual’s and family’s uniqueness. She has been helpful assisting both the clients with their limitations and the families with their care giving concerns learn successful ways to cope. Working with clients with multiple health issues, she knows that an assessment in the home provides insights that cannot be observed in a doctor’s office. She has experience with both the day-to-day care and the crisis interventions that can be intimidating and often overwhelming. She is skilled at communicating and teaching information that is important when designing a plan of care. Her goal is to be supportive for the Home Care Assistance team and help identify, recommend, and assess the best approaches in providing quality care.