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

Details last updated

Last Updated
27 July 2017