Parkinson Canada


Jennifer Hicks Speech Therapy


Speech Language Pathologist

Area of expertise

Since 1998, Jennifer Hicks has helped individuals manage the communication related effects of stroke, acquired brain injury, and other neurological disorders (e.g. Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s Disease). She is trained in the use of LSVT (Lee Silverman Voice Treatment), PROMPT (for apraxia of speech) and SCA (Supported Communication for Adults with Aphasia). Jennifer is a graduate of the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at the University of Toronto and has worked with individuals with neurological challenges and acquired brain injuries at institutions such as the Bridgepoint Hospital, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute, NRC Feldman and Associates, and the Aphasia Institute. In addition to providing Case Management services for Branching Out Case Management, Jennifer maintains her own private practice helping people recovering from stroke, brain trauma and those living with progressive neurological disorders (such as MS and Parkinson’s Disease).


SLP sessions with Jennifer will support your recovery through a highly-personalized and multi-faceted therapeutic approach. Sessions can be held in your home or via tele-practice (online). SLP exercises will address problem areas and promote brain-body communication. Long-term recovery measures include discovering strategies, building routines and involving your family and loved ones so they know how to best support you in your healing journey.

How to register

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2967 Dundas St. W, Unit #239D , Toronto, ON M6P 1Z2
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Phone Number

(416) 573-4911

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