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Aphasia services

Services to help you to connect with a speech pathologist or locate other resources that can help to improve communication skills

Canada-wide
  • The Aphasia Institute: The Aphasia Institute offers direct services, research, education and training, while committing to a vision of a brighter future for those who experience aphasia.
  • Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (SAC) SAC is a national member-based organization that supports and represents speech-pathologists and communication health assistants. They offer a directory by province of speech-pathologist associations and professionals.
  • March of the Dimes - Aphasia Services: March of the Dimes is committed to creating a society inclusive of people with physical disabilities. They offer a wide range of services and resources to Canadians with disabilities across the country, including those who experience Aphasia.
British Columbia
Alberta
Saskatchewan
Manitoba
  • SpeechWorks Inc.: SpeechWorks Inc. provides speech-language pathology services in person in Winnipeg, and through telehealth elsewhere in Manitoba, in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut.
    Phone: 204-231-2165
  • Westman Aphasia Inc.: A community based organization developed to address the needs of individuals in Brandon area living with a chronic communication disorder.
  • Intensive Treatment for Aphasia in Western Canada (ITAWC): ITAWC provides therapy and treatment for people with aphasia, focused on both recovery of function and increased social participation.
Ontario
Quebec
New Brunswick
  • Horizon Health Network: A health network that operates numerous hospitals and health facilities which offer speech pathology services.
Nova Scotia
PEI
  • Health PEI - Speech Language Pathology Services: Health PEI provides the contact information of all Speech Language Pathology services.
  • The PEI Speech and Hearing Association (PEISHA): This association represents Speech Language Pathologists and Audiologists. They provide a listing of public and private speech- language pathologists.
  • Speechworks Inc.: SpeechWorks Inc. provides Speech-Language Pathology services in person in Winnipeg, and through telehealth elsewhere in Manitoba, in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut.
    Phone: 204-231-2165
Newfoundland & Labrador
Nunavut
  • Speechworks Inc.: SpeechWorks Inc. provides speech-language pathology services in person in Winnipeg, and through telehealth elsewhere in Manitoba, in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut
    Phone: 204-231-2165
Northwest Territories
  • Association of Northwest Territorial Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists (ANTSLPA): ANTSLPA is the professional organization for speech-language pathologists and audiologists in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Together, its members offer service to the majority of communities in the north.
    Phone: (867) 669-3130
  • SpeechWorks Inc.: SpeechWorks Inc. provides speech-language pathology services in person in Winnipeg, and through telehealth elsewhere in Manitoba, in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut.
    Phone: 204-231-2165
Yukon
  • Yukon Speech-Language Pathology & Audiology Association (YSLPAA): YSLPAA works to create awareness about various communication disorders. They offer a directory of speech professionals in the Yukon and provide information about YSLPAA events.
  • Speechworks Inc.: SpeechWorks provides Speech-Language Pathology services in person in Winnipeg, and through telehealth elsewhere in Manitoba, in Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Northwest Territories, the Yukon and Nunavut.
    Phone: 204-231-2165
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