For You Telecare Family Service
For You Telecare Family Service (FUTFS) assists individuals and families from all walks of life to overcome cultural, emotional, and psychological barriers through a wide range of counselling and educational services and programs.
Through the Sing Along Class, participants will practice English folk songs, Korean folk songs, and ballads every week. Often times, the volunteer team will be invited to events to performs songs for an audience. Participants will experience happiness and a joy of performance, as positive energy can be shared with others through music. The Sing Along Team will be inspiring people to enjoy life with each place that they visit to perform. A few places in which the Sing Along Class has performed include the Chartwell Gibson Long Term Care Residence which took place on October 9th, 2016; the 33 Police Division at Carefree Lodge Nursing Home, on December 13th; and on December 17th, with the Milal Mission Christmas Party. Currently, the Sing Along Class takes place every Wednesday from 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm and is actively looking for a place to perform with the FUTFS volunteer team.
ONE PIECE Project
What is the ONE PIECE project?
A Story Telling Group was recruited for the ONE PIECE project. This project aims to reduce the gap between the generations and to inspire participants by communicating stories and messages from seniors to young people.
How dose it work?
After the seniors and young people have talked to each other, personal videos will be made of the seniors telling their stories, which will include photos, art, music and voice. The purpose is to deliver their stories and messages to the next generation. If you are interested in this activity or have any questions, please contact us. We’d love to hear from you!
LITTLE STEPS, BIG STEPS
Little steps in the community become big steps in society
FREE! Eight classes with different materials provided.
When? Mondays, October 2 to November 27, 4:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Where? Korean Canadian Cultural Association (1133 Leslie Street, North York)
Ages? Kindergarten, Grades 1 to 6
Teachers: Jinny, Selam, Summer, Shennail (Centennial College students)
To register: firstname.lastname@example.org / 416-447-3535
Through the SEED project, seniors and youth meet several times to talk to each other and to participate in activities such as going to museums and art galleries, cleaning up parks, picking up litter in downtown Toronto. Our goal is to provide opportunities for seniors and youth to get together, to reduce conflicts and gaps between the two generations, and to contribute to society through planned activities.