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Organization: Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs - Burlington - Itabashi Way  
Phone Numbers: 905-875-8474
Fax: 905-849-0424
Email: info@h-pcap.com
Website: www.h-pcap.com
Address:
c/o Monarch House
1405 North Service Rd E, Unit 103
Oakville, ON
L6H 1A7
Street
Address
:
JB Wellness House
2160 Itabashi Way
Burlington
 
Intersection: Upper Middle Rd and Itabashi Way
Location: Burlington
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Thu 1pm-4pm
Executives: Dayna O'Kelly - President
Pat O'Kelly - Treasurer
Contacts: Brittany Clark - Speech Language Pathologist and Program Manager
brittanyclark@monarchhouse.ca
Vanessa Rotundo - Communicative Disorders Assistant and Volunteer Coordinator
vrotundo@monarchhouse.ca
Service Description: Provides conversation group therapy for people with aphasia and adult day program for people with aphasia, a communication disorder caused by stroke or an acquired brain injury * sessions are facilitated by speech language pathologists and communicative disorders assistants with the support of trained volunteers and students * support groups offered on occasion

Fees: Set fee
Application: Contact the Hamilton Niagara Haldimand Brant Local Health Integration Network
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults 18 years and older with aphasia due to stroke or injury to the brain who live in the community or retirement home setting * participant must be medically stable
Languages: English
Area(s) Served:
Burlington  
See Also: 08 - Communication
13 - Social Relationship
Acquired Brain Injury
Adult Day Programs
Speech and Language
Stroke

This information was last completely updated on July 30, 2018

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Updated July 30, 2018
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About Us
Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs are social communication groups for people living with acquired communication disorders
We educate the community about aphasia and provide training and support to family members, friends, and caregivers and also enhance the communication skills and quality of life of people with aphasia using a Life Participation Approach to Aphasia (LPAA)