An Open Letter
Aging is a lifelong process that begins at birth. As people begin to live increasingly longer lives, they require a certain level of physical, mental and social functioning. Maximizing these levels is a commitment that we have made at the New York Armenian Home.
We believe in the promotion of respect, dignity, and self worth for all individuals. We recognize the difference in the physiological, social, psychological, and spiritual needs of all our residents. Our goal is to meet these needs through the communication of care.
We are committed to maintaining the highest quality of performance standards by providing competent care, while making a continuous effort toward quality improvement. Our diversified staff, which is multilingual (speaking in Armenian, English, Russian, Arabic, Bulgarian, Spanish and Turkish), is trained to assist and care for our residents, treating them as individuals who are entitled to their autonomy.
Compliance with the Department of Health Regulations assures our residents, and their families, that the New York Armenian Home meets all criteria of excellence. Our doors and hearts are open twelve months a year.
Aghavni “Aggie” Ellian