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Annapolis home care agency changes name

August 27, 2014

The Annapolis-based home care agency formerly known as Angel of Care has changed its name to A Homemade Plan.

Company officials said they changed the name to differentiate themselves from other home care providers with similar names. The company provides caregivers who help senior citizens and disabled individuals with daily activities at their homes.

Owners Matthew Wozniak, Ryan Friedman and Tyler Stott started the business in 2012 as a way to improve the quality of home care services in the state. Based in Annapolis, the company also has office locations in Calvert and Montgomery Counties.

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Annapolis-based Angels of Care serves seniors, the disabled

April 1, 2014

Ryan Friedman continued delivering pizza while opening up a business with his long-time friends.

Friedman, Matthew Wozniak, and Tyler Stott gave up their side jobs once they launched the Annapolis-based Angels of Care in 2012. 

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Business Q&A with Angels of Care

March 21, 2014

This business Q&A was held with Angels of Care, an in-home senior care business run by Matthew Wozniak, Tyler Stott, and Ryan Friedman. Based in Annapolis with offices in Montgomery and Calvert counties, Angels of Care was founded in January of 2012 and now employs two full-time office staff and 45 caregivers within Anne Arundel County.  Angels of Care offers personal and companionship care as well as medication management.

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Angels of Care In-Home Senior Care

October 11, 2013

A new home care company in Calvert County offers senior citizens and individuals with disabilities a way to remain safe in their own homes.

Angels of Care In-Home Senior Care, located at 250 Merrimac Court, Suite 2, in Prince Frederick, employs nurse aids and a registered nurse to assist the elderly and individuals with disabilities with activites of daily living including personal care, companionship care, light housekeeping, transportation and medication management.

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Salisbury University Alumni

August 23, 2012

Three young entrepreneurs, Matthew Wozniak, Tyler Stott, and Ryan Friedman, opened Angels of Care to assist senior citizens and individuals with disabilities. All three of these young gentlemen graduated from Damascus High School and continued their education with degrees from Salisbury University.

The company is based out of Annapolis, located on the 2nd floor of 192 Duke of Gloucester Street, and serves all of Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, and Calvert Counties. They also serve parts of Baltimore, Queen Anne’s, Charles, St. Mary’s, Howard, Montgomery and Talbot Counties.

The Gazette- Company started by Damascus graduates celebrated in Annapolis

August 8, 2012

 An in-home senior care company started by three Damascus High School graduates was welcomed to the city of Annapolis this month.

Angels of Care, a company opened by Matthew Wozniak, Tyler Stott, and Ryan Friedman to assist senior citizens and individuals with disabilities, was welcomed by Annapolis Mayor Joshua J. Cohen and Annapolis Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Lara Fritts during a ceremony this month.

They opened their Annapolis Location, their first, in January.

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CapitalGazette.com-Angels of Care opens doors, opportunities

August 1, 2012

The mayor and Annapolis Economic Development Corporation President and CEO Lara Fritts are pleased to welcome Angels of Care, an in-home senior care company, to the city.

Three young entrepreneurs, Matthew Wozniak, Tyler Stott and Ryan Friedman, opened Angels of Care to assist senior citizens and individuals with disabilities.

The company is based out of Annapolis, located on the 2nd floor of 192 Duke of Gloucester St., and serves all of Anne Arundel, Prince George’s, and Calvert counties. They also serve parts of Baltimore, Queen Anne’s, Charles, St. Mary’s, Howard, Montgomery and Talbot counties.

The company specializes in Alzheimer’s/Dementia care. They assist the client with accomplishing daily activities in the comfort of their own home, allowing the individual to remain safe and independent.

The City of Annapolis- Angels of Care Opens Doors and Opportunities 

July 25, 2012

“So many families today are faced with the decision to provide care for our loved ones,” AEDC President Lara Fritts said. “Angles of Care (A Homemade Plan) offers a local and personal touch to families facing this difficult decision. We are happy to welcome the owners of Angles of Care to the City of Annapolis and wish them continued success!”

The office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. You can reach A Homemade Plan at 443-837-7768. The company is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, on an after-hours cell phone. You can also go to http://www.ahomemadeplan.com for more information on the services provided.

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