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Organization: Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs - Nance Horwood Place  
Phone Numbers: 905-875-8474
Fax: 905-849-0424
c/o Monarch House
1405 North Service Rd E, Unit 103
Oakville, ON
L6H 1A7
Street Address:
Nance Horwood Place
529 Main St N
Intersection: Main St N and Williams Prkwy
Location: Brampton
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Wed, Fri 1:30pm-4:30pm
Executives: Dayna O'Kelly - President
Public Contacts: Brittany Clark - Program Manager
Vanessa Rotundo - Volunteer Coordinator
Service 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

Fees: None
Application: Complete referral form and fax (905-849-0424) to Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs 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.
Eligibility / Target Population: Program is for people who: want to practice and improve their communication skills * are independent in the washroom * are independent with eating and drinking * have transportation to the program
Languages: English
Area Served:
Peel Region, Brampton, and Mississauga  
See Also: บา คา ร่า ใน กรุงเทพAdult Day Programs
บา คา ร่า ใน กรุงเทพDiseases and Conditions Support Groups
Speech and Language

This information was last completely updated on March 15, 2019

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Updated March 15, 2019
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"About Us"
Halton-Peel Community Aphasia Programs are social communication groups for people living with acquired communication disorders. Our programs involve both small and large group activities and are intended for people who want to improve their communication. As an organization, we educate the community about aphasia and provide training and support to family members, friends, and caregivers.