Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs

Brampton Civic Centre

Record Details
Social Media Website Website: www.h-pcap.com
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Description & Services
Description Group therapy for individuals with aphasia and other acquired communication disorders  
• emphasizes communication activities  
•focuses on effective communication, not just speech  
•provides support to family members  
•educates the community about aphasia
Hours Tue-Fri Virtual Programs available * call to confirm
Areas Served Brampton ; Burlington ; Milton ; Mississauga ; Oakville
Eligibility Varied types / severity of aphasia due to stroke or brain injury, e.g., Acquired Brain Injury (ABI), Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA), tumor * individuals must be medically stable and living in the community * willingness to participate in supportive conversation groups * demonstrate appropriate behaviour in a social group setting * No / minimal cognitive difficulties * client care needs (i.e., toileting, feeding, and arrangement of transportation) are met by client or caregiver.
Application Complete referral form and fax to 365-601-1690 for review and determination of eligibility to the program. Referrals can be made by Professionals in the community (Discharge Planners, Speech Language Pathologists, Social Workers, Physicians, etc.), Self-referrals (clients can refer themselves to the program), Family or Friends of the person with aphasia.
Fees None
Languages English
Contact Information
Accessibility Fully Accessible
Office Phone 905-875-8474
Fax 365-601-1690
E-Mail info@h-pcap.com
Website www.h-pcap.com/
Primary Contact Brittany Clark, Speech-Language Pathologist, Program Manager; Email: brittany@evergreen-therapy.ca
Alternate Contact Vanessa Rotundo, Communicative Disorders Assistant, Volunteer Coordinator; Phone: 289-778-4472; Email: vanessa@evergreen-therapy.ca
Primary Executive Dayna O'Kelly, President
Other Details
Established 1984
Funding Provincial
Service Level (50) Non Profit ; (51) Registered Charity
Subjects
Subjects Day programs ; Speech disorders ; Strokes

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