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Thursday, 5 November 2015

Prime Minister Visits Nork Nursing Home

Prime Minister Hovik Abrahamyan visited the Nork Nursing Home State non-profit organization operational under the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs. Intended for 230 elderly pensioners, the nursing home currently has 226 residents under the full care and maintenance.

During the tour, the Prime Minister inspected the conditions and amenities offered to nursing home residents. Nork Nursing Home SNPO Director Arthur Melkonyan said that the residents get 3 meals a day, as well as clothing and bedding. The nursing home has the needed social and medical staff to attend the elderly. Some innovations were said to have been made recently, including the pharmacy, where the elderly receive medication and the Skype Room, where they can communicate with both their overseas and Armenia-based family members, relatives and friends. Arthur Melkonyan noted that the institution organizes leisure activities on a regular basis; film screenings are held every Friday. The living conditions are being improved day by day. The institution was also visited by a group of schoolchildren from Aghbalyan No. 19 primary school. They had brought them gifts and organized an event for the residents of the nursing home.

After watching the performance, Hovik Abrahamyan thanked the children for attention and care. The Premier dined with the elderly. While talking to the nursing home’s oldest resident, 102-year-old Anoushavan Yeghiazaryan, the Prime Minister asked about his needs. He was shown a photo of still 76-year-old Yeghiazaryan driving a bicycle. Hovik Abrahamyan was told that Anoushavan would like to drive a bicycle once again. The Premier promised to donate a bike to A. Yeghiazaryan.

Wished the residents good health and welfare, the Prime Minister assured them that the Government will keep a steady focus on elderly people’s everyday problems.

August 2020