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Seniors

img seniorsThe demand for senior services is growing rapidly as the population ages.  We deliver seniors’ services at Vancouver, Richmond, and Tri-City locations.  Services range from educational, social, recreational programs, health promotion, to cultural activities and senior mutual help groups.  We also offer senior outreach programs in Killarney, South Vancouver, Marpole-Oakridge, and New Horizon-Seniors Helping Seniors in Richmond.

We encourage the formation of seniors mutual support groups and facilitate their development in self-programming groups.

pdf Download S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Senior Demonstration Project January-February Newsletter

Hastings-Sunrise Better at Home Program

 

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Better at Home is designed to help seniors continue to live independently in their own homes and remain connected to their community. It is funded by the BC Government and managed by the United Way.

S.U.C.C.E.S.S. is the lead agency for the Better at Home program in the community of Hastings-Sunrise, located in the north-eastern corner of Vancouver.

Hastings-Sunrise Better at Home helps seniors with simple non-medical, day-to-day tasks so they can maintain their independence.

Services:

  • Light Housekeeping
  • Transportation to appointments
  • Friendly Visits
  • Weekly grocery shopping trips every Friday

Eligibility

Those interested must be 60 years-old or above, and reside in the community of Hastings – Sunrise within the following boundaries:

  • Nanaimo St. east to Boundary Rd.
  • East Broadway north to the Burrard Inlet (Wall St.)

Seniors Enrichment Program (SEP) 2016-17

Seniors Enrichment Prgram To Empower seniors with a sense of belonging and Self-sufficiency 

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SEP offers programs and services that make the lives of people 65 years and up healthier and more meaningful. It provides social and recreational programs, designed specifically to meet seniors’ health, wellness and social needs.

This program is known as a significant success in building a safe, healthy, and strong community by providing a variety of services to seniors’ population specifically Iranian and Korean communities, residing in Tri-Cities. These activities address the vulnerability and isolation issues of seniors and engage them to become more independent and socially adaptable in the larger Canadian society.

If you are 65 or older, you are eligible to become a member of Seniors Enrichment Program. Below is the list of what SEP offers and the whole year program table from April 2016 to March 2017.

SEP Offers:

  • English Round Table
  • Computer Classes
  • Art & Memory Meet-ups
  • Cross-cultural Meet-ups
  • Life Skills Workshops
  • Community Tours
  • Multi-cultural Events

 

Seniors Enrichment Program (SEP) 2015-16

Seniors Enrichment Prgram To Empower seniors with a sense of belonging and Self-sufficiency 

img sepSeniors Enrichment Program offers programs and services that make the lives of people 65 years and up, healthier and more meaningful. SEP provides social and recreational programs, designed specifically to meet seniors’ health, wellness and social needs.

This program is known as a significant success in building a safe, healthy, and strong community by providing a variety of services to seniors’ population specifically Iranian and Korean communities, residing in Tri-Cities. These activities address the vulnerability and isolation issues of the seniors and engage them to become more independent and socially adaptable in the larger Canadian society.

SEP Offers:

  • English Conversation Classes
  • Art classes
  • Cross-cultural Meet-ups
  • Workshops
  • Community Tours
  • Multi-cultural Events

 

Seniors Quality of Life Outreach Project

seniorsEnquiry: Inquiry: Please call Timothy Kwan at (604) 408-7274 ext 1083 or email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Seniors Quality of Life Outreach Project offers social activities on a drop-in basis for Chinese-speaking immigrants ages 50 and over, residing in the City of Vancouver.

Eligibility

Chinese-speaking immigrant seniors who are 50 or above, living in Vancouver.

Objectives

  • Help seniors make new friends and promote mutual help among seniors.
  • Assist seniors access to community resources and participate in the communities.
  • Help seniors adjust to new environment and integrate into Canadian society.

Activities

  • Information workshops on seniors’ issues, benefits, safety, housing, transportation, community resources, physical & mental wellness and cross-cultural sharing, etc.
  • Healthy exercise (For example: Luk Tung Kuen), arts and crafts, and community visits.
  • Birthday party, singing, and festive celebrations.

Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home

1 MLC-Care HomeS.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K.Y. Lee Seniors Care Home (the “Care Home”), named in honour of its key supporter, Mr. Simon K.Y. Lee, is a multi-level care facility managed by S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Multi-Level Care Society. It began admitting its first residents on September 24, 2001

Contact Information

pdf The Care Home Brochure

pdf S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Simon K. Y. Lee Seniors Care Home Self-paid beds

The Care Home Photos

Vision
Care for seniors like our own.

Mission
To provide a continuum of excellent, culturally appropriate services for seniors.

 

Location
The Care Home is located at 555 Carrall Street in Vancouver Chinatown, adjacent to the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Social Service Centre.

Caring.  Respect. Ethical.  Integrity.  Open.  Inclusive.  Innovative