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When a stroke survivor finds difficulty in speaking or understanding language after a stroke, they can benefit from speech therapy.


Our weekly speech programs are designed to provide support for individuals navigating the challenges of stroke-induced communication disorders, such as aphasia and apraxia.

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These conditions often affect speech, comprehension, and the ability to read or write, significantly impacting daily communication.


To address these challenges, we offer Speech Language Pathology and aphasia communication programs.

Virtual & In-Person Groups

In recognition of the evolving needs of our community, we offer both online and in-person sessions to ensure accessibility and flexibility for all participants. 

What You Get

Whether you're seeking assistance with articulation, language comprehension, or reading and writing skills, our speech programs will help to improve independence and build confidence.

Meet Our Speech Language Pathologist

Shari Linde

Shari has been working as a speech-language pathologist since 1994. She specializes in the communication difficulties of adults and children who have neurological damage, developmental disabilities, psychiatric conditions, or autism. She also has extensive experience addressing swallowing impairments. Click here for more...

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Meet Our Aphasia Communication Therapist

Laurie McFarlane, SLPA

Laurie graduated in 2008 as a Communication Disorder Technician (CDT). She worked with children and adults for Nova Scotia Hearing and Speech at Harbourview Hospital in Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia for many years.  This experience ignited her passion for working with those who have post-stroke speech disorders. Click Here for more...

Cognitive Rehabilitation

We offer weekly brain games and learning opportunities online and in-person to help increase cognitive activity for stroke survivors.



Keeping an active lifestyle after stroke can yield tremendous benefits. Classes are led by certified fitness instructors.

Community Building

Whether you're a survivor, caregiver, family member or friend. We know how important it is to have a community. Check out our resources. 

Three Ways You Can Help


Spread The Word

Share the benefits of our services with your loved ones. Inform them about the programs we offer and encourage them to connect with us through our website and social media platforms.

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Your donations are crucial in helping us provide support to stroke survivors. By contributing, you are making a significant impact on the lives of individuals and their families. 



Dedicate your time and talents to our cause. We have a range of projects and initiatives that benefit greatly from the diverse skills of our volunteers. Your involvement is key to our success.

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