Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs

Contact Information
Office Phone 905-875-8474
Fax 905-849-0424
E-Mail info@h-pcap.com
Website www.h-pcap.com
Primary Contact Brittany Clark, Speech-Language Pathologist, Monarch House; Phone: 905-849-7993 ext 10712; Email: bclark@monarchhouse.ca
Alternate Contact Vanessa Rotundo, Communicative Disorders Assistant, Monarch House; Phone: 905-849-7993 ext 10713; Email: vrotundo@monarchhouse.ca
Site Information
Located In Community Glen Williams
Address & Map
1405 North Service Rd E, Unit 103
Oakville, ON L6H 1A7
Intersection Joshua Creek Dr and North Service Rd E
Physical Access Partially Accessible
Agency and Service Names
Alternate Name HAC ; Halton Aphasia Centre ; Peel Halton Aphasia Program ; PHAP
Agency Information
Legal Status (50) Non Profit
Established 1984
Primary Executive Dayna O'Kelly, President
Alternate Executive Pat O'Kelly, Treasurer
Funding CW LHIN * Region of Peel
Description and Service Details
Description (Service) Provides conversation group therapy for people with aphasia, an acquired language disorder caused by stroke, brain injury or brain illness * follows a life participation approach - enhancing communication skills and quality of life of people with aphasia * sessions are facilitated by speech-language pathologists and communicative disorders assistants with the support of trained volunteers and students
Areas Served Brampton (City of) ; Burlington ; Milton ; Mississauga (City of) ; Oakville
Boundaries Brampton * Burlington * Oakville * Milton * Mississauga
Eligibility Adults who can attend a 2 or 3 hour program * medically stable * independent in the washroom and independent with eating and drinking (unless attended by a caregiver * have a means of transportation * wish to improve their communication
Application Self-referral *healthcare professionals *family members *caregivers * fill out referral (attached) and fax
Languages English
Fees inquire via phone
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Speech and Language Pathology ~ Brain Injuries ; Speech and Language Pathology ~ Stroke

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