TCCA provides a range of services that cater for the social, educational and welfare needs of Turkish Speaking Communities. Our services and projects currently include a Home Care Project, Advice Surgery, Legal Advice session, ESOL classes, elderly luncheon club, dance classes for young people, News Bulletin, Health Screening, wellbeing classes/sessions, supplementary educational support, homecare training and acts as a community meeting space.
We also have the remnants of projects that are dormant but still provide the community with an archived base of knowledge. These include our Turkish Cypriot Heritage project originally funded by the Heritage Commission for which we on a daily basis receive requests for copies of the film documentary, books and photographs.
This year we rebranded TCCA, and now have a new logo, a community information screen, new website, a monthly news magazine, redesigned stationary and new online media site. We have created a new database for membership details and in line with our ethos to support local community groups and activities. This year we launched our new computerised room booking system which encourages the use of all our spaces by not-for-profit organisations.
This has seen the use of our main building increase two-fold, and has led to subsequent partnerships that have formed the basis of joint working.
TC Homecare has continued to grow and become both systemised and scalable. It now employs about 55 people with full training and insurance to service over 200 clients in need of care throughout North London.
One of our major changes of last year was to staffing; we now have a new CEO, a new Office Administrator and a new Desktop Designer.(Edit)