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Program: Maple - Aphasia and Communication Disabilites Program  
Organization: March of Dimes Canada - Richmond Hill
Aphasia and Communication Disabilities Program
Phone Numbers: 905-303-0133 ext 73672
Toll-Free: 1-800-567-0315 ext 6272
Fax: 905-773-3746
Email: acdp@marchofdimes.ca
Website: www.marchofdimes.ca/acdp
Address:
13311 Yonge Street, Suite 202
Richmond Hill, ON
L4E 3L6
Street
Address
:
Maple Health Centre
10424 Keele St
Maple
 
Intersection: Yonge St and Ashfield Dr
Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible    Wheelchair Accessible
Accessibility Notes: All Aphasia and Communication Disabilities program are communicatively and physically accessible
Hours: Wed 8:30am-4:30pm
Dates: Closed 2 weeks in the summer and 2 weeks in the winter
Contacts: Ruth Patterson - Clinical Coordinator, Alternative Communication Services
905-773-7758 ext 6268 * rpatterson@marchofdimes.ca
Service Description: Weekly therapeutic programming for adults (18 years and older) with aphasia and other communication disabilities caused by stroke, brain injury, or brain illness such as primary progressive aphasia, Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis

Fees: Set fee * subsidy available for eligible participants
Application: Contact the Central Community Care Access Centre or find referral form on www.marchofdimes.ca/acdp
Eligibility - Population(s) Served: Adults 18 years and older with aphasia or related communication disorders following stroke, brain injury or brain illness * please contact Aphasia Communication Disabilities Program, Speech Language Pathologist Consultant regarding eligibility criteria
Languages: English
Area(s) Served: Maple and area
See Also: Adult Day Programs
Speech and Language

This information was last completely updated on January 16, 2017

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