Provider Details

Contact Details

Provider
Community Of Refugees From Vietnam
Telephone No

Suitable for ages

Age of Users
All Ages

Address Details

Street Number
Dockland Settlement No 2
Street
197 East Ferry Road
Town
London
Postcode
E14 3BA

Description

Service Description

The organisation offers:

• facilities to improve the life style of refugees from Vietnam.
• provisions to meet cross cultural needs of refugees, social isolation and language barrier.
• welfare advice and meet older people in their homes experiencing problems in visiting the community centre.
• home Care service for Vietnamese people with disabilities and older people.
Community of Refugees from Vietnam-East London is a unique service established to play a vital role in life of the Vietnamese/Chinese older people.
Facilities available
- Advice/Information on welfare rights, housing, health, education, training, counselling, home visit and escorting to other agencies for elders with special needs
- Cultural activities
- Cultural events: Lunar New Year, Buddha Birthday, Mothering Day, Mid Autumn Festival and Christmas Parties
List of activities
In door games: Chinese chess, card games, Majong games, Vietnamese books, magazines, video movies and general discussions.
Health talks – every three months
Welfare talks – every three months including new regulations on housing benefit, council tax, debt problems and etc
Exercise – Ballroom dancing, Yoga and Tai Chi (subject to
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Publishing Vietnamese news letter – every three months.
Religious talks – mainly Buddhism discussion every three months.
Outings/trips : mainly in the summer time to the sea side, leisure places in the U.K and shopping
Services provided by the organisation
- a Vietnamese Elderly Support Service with Luncheon Club
- a children and young people’s project
- information and advice
- a women club and provide ESOL class and training
- a resource centre for the local authority and other related services
- Care in the home project

Additional Information

Additional Information

The organisation offers:

• facilities to improve the life style of refugees from Vietnam.
• provisions to meet cross cultural needs of refugees, social isolation and language barrier.
• welfare advice and meet older people in their homes experiencing problems in visiting the community centre.
• home Care service for Vietnamese people with disabilities and older people.
Community of Refugees from Vietnam-East London is a unique service established to play a vital role in life of the Vietnamese/Chinese older people.
Facilities available
- Advice/Information on welfare rights, housing, health, education, training, counselling, home visit and escorting to other agencies for elders with special needs
- Cultural activities
- Cultural events: Lunar New Year, Buddha Birthday, Mothering Day, Mid Autumn Festival and Christmas Parties
List of activities
In door games: Chinese chess, card games, Majong games, Vietnamese books, magazines, video movies and general discussions.
Health talks – every three months
Welfare talks – every three months including new regulations on housing benefit, council tax, debt problems and etc
Exercise – Ballroom dancing, Yoga and Tai Chi (subject to
Page 7
4
Community of Refugees from Vietnam
funding)
Publishing Vietnamese news letter – every three months.
Religious talks – mainly Buddhism discussion every three months.
Outings/trips : mainly in the summer time to the sea side, leisure places in the U.K and shopping
Services provided by the organisation
- a Vietnamese Elderly Support Service with Luncheon Club
- a children and young people’s project
- information and advice
- a women club and provide ESOL class and training
- a resource centre for the local authority and other related services
- Care in the home project

Costs

Cost
Free

Opening Times

Opening Times
MondayFrom 09:30To 17:00
TuesdayFrom 09:30To 17:00
WednesdayFrom 09:30To 17:00
ThursdayFrom 09:30To 17:00
FridayFrom 09:30To 17:00

Questions & Answers

Registered For 2 Year Old Grant
No

Further Information

Provider Type
Community Support Organisations Community Support Organisations
Delivery Channels
In Person Telephone
How to Contact
Email In Person Telephone
Eligibility Criteria
Tier 1: Universal

Details last updated

Last Updated
27 July 2017