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Chinese Information and Service Center
409 Maynard Ave S #203 Seattle, WA 98104
Phones: (206) 624-5633 Office -- (206) 382-4394 
FAX: (206) 382-2089 
Email:  info@cisc-seattle.org 
Web site: http://www.cisc-seattle.org 
Description Multi-service center focuses on meeting the needs of limited-English-speaking clients, especially Chinese immigrants. Coordinates parenting class, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, job training and job search assistance, and translation services, and a Chinese library. Additionally, offers family and elder case management, domestic violence services, and information and assistance. 
Eligibility:  Focuses on meeting the needs of limited-English-speaking clients, especially Chinese immigrants and older adults, via a variety of services.
Areas Served: Seattle
Languages other than English: Eight major Chinese dialects: Cantonese, Chiu Chow, Fujianese, Hakka, Mandarin, Shanghainese, Toishanese, and Taiwanese, as well as Malay and Cambodian.
How to Apply: Call for information or walk in. 
Fees: Call for information.

Filipino Community of Seattle
5740 Martin Luther King, Jr. Way S, -- Seattle, WA 98118
Phones: (206) 722-9372 Main; (206) 723-9884 TAHANAN; FAX: (206) 725-4723
Email: filcomseattle@comcast.net
Web site: http://www.filcomseattle.org
Description: Provides computer classes, recreational activities, physical fitness awareness, adult day care, movies, and ballroom dance classes 
Eligibility: Filipino and Filipino-American older adults

Kokoro Kai - Adult Day Care
700 6th Ave S - Seattle, WA 98104 
Phones: (206) 726-6460 Reception -- (206) 726-6474 Intake -- FAX: (206) 726-6475
Email: billc@nikkeiconcerns.org
Web site: http://www.nikkeiconcerns.org
Description: Provides adult day care focusing on Japanese older adults. Includes intergenerational program with preschool children, social and recreational activities, Japanese writing instruction, lectures on health and safety, exercise classes, monthly blood pressure checks, monthly foot care clinic, crafts, music, field trips, lunch, and special activities for persons with cognitive challenges, dementia or, limited social outlet..
Eligibility: Serving primarily Japanese and Asian elders
Area Served:  King County.
Languages other than English:  Japanese
How to Apply: Call or apply in person 
Fees: Daily fees. Medicare, Medicaid and long term care insurance are accepted.

Polack Adult Day Center
7500 Seward Park Ave S -- Seattle, WA 98118 
Phones: (206) 725-8800 Main -- FAX: (206) 722-5210
Description: Offers emotional support services and recreational, educational, and social activities. Discussion groups are available in German and Ladino. Provides congregate meals, Russian language group, and health screening and monitoring.
Eligibility: Serves elderly (65 and older) Jewish residents of Seattle-King County. Respite care: Serves Jewish older adults and their families. Hot meals: Provides meals for Seattle-King County residents 60 years of age and older.
Areas Served: Seattle
Languages other than English: German, Hebrew, Ladino, Russian, Spanish, and Yiddish. 
How to Apply: Call for information. 
Fees: Daily sliding scale is available for those unable to pay the regular fee. 


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