About Our Staff

About Our Staff

Mathew Princiotto - Owner

Matthew Princiotto – Director of Operations

Matthew has over 20 years of experience leading Operations teams for corporations in the advertising industry, and has always had a desire to use his experience in the corporate world to start his own business.  When he was introduced to Home Care Assistance, he quickly realized the mission to Change the Way the World Ages was something he was passionate about and wanted to get involved with. Matthew’s passion in home health care stems from personally facing the challenges of having aging parents with Cancer and Alzheimer’s, and struggling to find the right care to meet their needs while keeping them in the comfort of their own home.  Matthew is proud to be part of the only health care solution that emphasizes active care giving and improved lives.  

At Home Care Assistance, we use the Balanced Care Approach to aging, which is based on the scientific study of the longest and healthiest living population on earth emphasizing healthy nutrition, physical and mental exercise, and a purposeful and calm lifestyle.  It helps promote optimal quality of life and contributes to longer, happier, and more productive lives for older adults.  We are pleased to be able to provide this type of care in the North Collin County community and look forward to surpassing all our clients expectations.


Anneliese Rosar - Owner

Anneliese Rosar – Administrator and Client Care Manager

Anneliese Rosar is Administrator and Client Care Manager of Home Care Assistance of McKinney, Allen & surrounding areas. Anneliese is a graduate of the University of Texas, Tyler campus, where she received a Bachelor of Science in Health Care.

During her senior year of college, Anneliese launched her career in Tyler, where she began her specialization in public health & community efforts. Anneliese developed and disseminated health education projects related to a Breast Cancer awareness program. Soon afterward, her expanding expertise in public health allowed her to take on a State-funded initiative set to improve the lives of women, infants, children, and families in East Texas. In addition to her daily work, Anneliese volunteered on several boards in Smith County, including her membership on the Board of Directors of the American Cancer Society, East Texas Human Needs Network, Refuge of Light anti-trafficking coalition, the Fit City Tyler coalition, as well as facilitating her own coalition, Healthy Me, Healthy You Tyler. 

Anneliese always knew she would be in the business of helping others and her community. Her love of elder care began when volunteering in a hospice facility in Irving, Texas. A few years later, she took on a position on the Oncology floor at Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler, Texas, spending time loving, caring for, praying over, and holding the hands of her patients and their families during such a difficult time in their lives. This experience, as well as her personal experience with her grandmothers home care, drove her interest and passion for providing top-notch in-home care for those that need it.