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  1. Ann-Margaret Carrozza featured on Today Show!

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    Just 10 days before noted Elder Law Attorney Ann-Margaret Carrozza is set to speak at Flushing House, she was featured on the Today Show to promote her new book: Love & Money: Protecting Yourself From Angry Exes, Wacky Relatives, Con Artists and Inner Demons. 

    On June 10th, 2017, Ann-Margaret Carrozza will discuss protecting one’s home against long term care claims while retaining control over it, as well as how to use a trust to protect assets and qualify for Medicaid home care one month later. In addition, she will discuss the role of Spousal Refusal to protect a family’s assets. To RSVP for this event call 347-532-3014. 

    Watch Ann-Margaret’s segment HERE, and be sure to catch her on Good Day New York on June 8th!

  2. Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award & Older Adult Ministry Winner Announcement

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    Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award & Older Adult Ministry Winner Chosen

    Flushing, New York, February 23, 2017- United Adult Ministries, the parent company of Flushing House, will honor four outstanding persons with the Rose Kryzak Senior Leadership Award and the Older Adult Ministry Award, during an annual fundraising gala on Thursday, May 11, 2017 at Leonard’s Palazzo in Great Neck, NY.

    The awards are named after the late Rose Kryzak, a prodigious public advocate who fought for the rights of older adults. A resident of the UAM-sponsored Flushing House for her last 13 years, she passed on June 24, 1999 at 99 years of age. To keep her legacy alive and further the many causes she cared for, UAM established the Rose Kryzak Awards in 2000. This year’s honorees are Victoria Schneps-Yunis of Schneps Communications, Dr. Ann Marie D’Angelo PMHCNS, BC, Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) and a Board Certified Psychiatric Clinical Nurse Specialist and Geriatric Specialist, Dr. Paul Engel DHL, LCSW, Executive Director of Flushing Jewish Community Council, NY and Denise James RN, MA, MBA, Director of Case Management and Social Work at Flushing Hospital Medical Center.

    Rose Kryzak was best known for spearheading passage of New York State’s landmark 1987 Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage (EPIC) legislation. But earlier in her life she fought for passage of Social Security, for the poor and elderly, during Federal budget cuts of the 1980’s, for increases in New York’s share of Supplemental Security Income, and for mandatory Medicare assignments and passage of universal health care.

    Since 2000, Rose Kryzak’s family has attended each Gala to help honor the award winners for their continuing efforts on behalf of older adults. The award winners must have a record of establishing legislation, or operating/expanding programs that benefit the older adult population, or a good track record of advocacy and securing funds for senior programs.

    This year’s program will also include the prestigious ‘Older Adult Ministry Award’ which recognizes an individual from the Presbytery of New York City, Presbytery of Long Island or the Reformed Church of America whose service and commitment to older adults exemplifies the love of Jesus Christ. This year’s honoree is Rev. Kristy DePree of Marble Collegiate Church.

    Join other supporters of older adults on Thursday May 11th and help honor our award recipients at Leonard’s Palazzo. Attendance is by reservation only. Reservations and sponsorship opportunities are available online by visiting and over the phone by contacting the Marketing Department at (347) 532-3014.

    Built in 1974, Flushing House is a not-for-profit retirement residence, and was one of the first to offer older adults independent living with supportive services on-premises.  All proceeds support a special endowment fund, which allows Flushing House to remain affordable for many of the seniors who live there.  Please go to for more information.

    United Adult Ministries (UAM) is an older adult ministry of The Presbytery of New York City, The Presbytery of Long Island, and The Regional Synod of New York, The Reformed Church In America.  UAM sponsors Flushing House, along with United Home Services and United Lifeline, all not-for-profit organizations.  The UAM mission: United Adult Ministries offers older adults hope, through expanding opportunities and practical services, to live confidently in today’s world.

  3. Rotary Club Gets The FH Experience

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    Recently Flushing House hosted a rooftop dining experience for the Flushing & Howard Beach Rotary Clubs. Rotarians made the trip to Flushing House to hold their regular meeting in order to develop friendships as opportunities for service. The purpose of these Rotary Clubs is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical standards and to advance goodwill and peace around the world. Currently there are over 1.2 million Rotarians around the world. The Rotarian’s primary motto is “Service Above Self”; its secondary motto is “One profits most who serves best.” Built in 1974, Flushing House is the largest not-for-profit retirement community in New York State, and one of the first to offer older adults “Independent Living” along with supportive services on premises.  The address of Flushing House is: 38-20 Bowne Street, Flushing, NY 11354.  Please go to for more information.


  4. People Love Flushing House on Yelp!

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    Recently Flushing House was presented with a certificate from Yelp for our excellent service to seniors.

    The certificate reads:

    “We’re proud to recognize Flushing House for the positive ratings and reviews you’ve earned on Yelp in the last year: a 4 out of 5 star rating, and 5 reviews. Our visitors love Flushing House!”

    Positive reviews help spread the word about Flushing House and our mission to better the lives of older adults. Has Flushing House improved your life or the life of somebody you know? Help our community grow by leaving a review at:

    Yellow Pages,, Yelp, Senior Advisor, Golden Reviews or Facebook.



  5. Flushing House Named Outstanding Senior Community by QCSW

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    Flushing House President, Reverend Douglas Kurtz, is to be honored at the 94th Annual Salute to Community Leaders held by the Queensboro Council for Social Welfare (QCSW) at Terrace on the Park on Friday, October 28th, 2016. QCSW is 93 year old social services agency that has been assisting Queens’ children, adults, teens and senior citizens.  Rev. Kurtz and Flushing House are receiving the Outstanding Senior Community Award. Built in 1974, Flushing House is the largest, not-for-profit “Independent Living” retirement community in New York State.

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