History of the Home
Mission Statement
Admission Info
Frequently Asked Questions
Contact Us
 13731 45th Avenue
 Flushing, NY 11355
 Phone: (718) 461-1504
 Fax: (718) 461-3079
Services Include:
  • Three meals a day with snacks
  • 24-hour medical emergency response system
  • Housekeeping
  • Personal grooming
  • Medical assistance
  • Cable TV in solarium & library
  • Social activities
  • Religious services provided

Additional charges may result for medication not covered by insurance or “extra” services such as haircuts. The use of television and telephone is permitted in rooms and can be installed at individuals own expense.

Services Provided

Services offered at the New York Armenian Home include housing on a private and semi-private basis, nutritional meals, medical care as needed, assistance with daily living, counseling and therapy for genocide survivors, as well as social and religious activities.

  1. Medical Check-ups:
    Qualified physicians provide all medical care. Internists, a surgeon, ophthalmologist, optometrist, podiatrist, psychologist, psychiatrist, and gynecologist perform in-house medical examinations. Off-premise care covers dental. Residents have the option to utilize the service of their own physician. There are no contractual arrangements with the medical community.
  2. Supervision of Residents ADLs
    (Activities of Daily Living): Residents are supervised for their bathing, grooming, dressing, and dining.
  3. Daily Exercises:
    Many residents privately do exercises in their own rooms. With the introduction of cable TV, a number of our residents have elected to participate with supervised televised exercise programs. Weather permitting, many of the residents take extensive walks throughout the spacious grounds.
  4. Meals
    Supervised, freshly prepared, nutritionally weel-balanced meals, including Armenian cuisine, are served three times a day, with two snacks served in the afternoon and evening. There is also a stock of snacks 24-hours a day.
  5. Social Activities:
    Supervised social activities include, bingo, sing-a-longs, monthly birthday parties, weekly sunshine hour, backgammon, cards, Armenian coffee hour, Armenian TV, and B-B-Qs.
  6. Religious Activities:
    Visiting clergy come on a weekly basis. Sunday morning church services are held in the solarium.


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