Neurological Rehabilitation

Our multidisciplinary Neurological Rehabilitation team supports people who have had a new stroke, brain injury or other neurological event to regain as much independence as possible. If you think you would benefit from our services, please ask your doctor if a referral would be right for you.

We can help you by:

  • Helping you re-learn daily activities such as eating, dressing
  • Helping you with swallowing difficulties
  • Help you with your memory and thinking skills
  • Teach you how to improve your walking and balancing
  • Help you communicate better by working on your speaking, listening reading or writing
  • Teach you about your health
  • Link you with other services in the community and help you cope with your day to day life after a neurological injury.

Each clinical service offers individualized assessments, therapy and health teaching. How often you attend therapy appointments and how long you are in the program will be determined by you and your therapists.   

We offer in-person, virtual and telephone visits. 

Preparing for a Virtual Appointment

What to Bring 

  • Your Health card
  • List of your medications
  • Your reading glasses and hearing aids
  • Comfortable clothing and footwear appropriate for exercising


Ambulatory Rehabilitation Centre at Lakeridge Health Whitby
300 Gordon Street, Whitby, Ontario, L1N 5T2
Phone: 905-668-6831 ext. 53079


For appointments with the Neurological Rehabilitation Clinic:

Enter from the Main Entrance (north side) on the Ground Floor, near the cafeteria. Check in at the Reception Desk just inside the Main Entrance. Your therapist will greet you in the waiting room. Parking is available on the east side of Gordon Street. Pay and Display parking is available in Lot B. Patients can be dropped off at the Main Entrance. There are also Accessible Parking spots located near the Main Entrance (north side).

For appointments with the Dysphagia Speech-Language Pathology Clinic:

Parking is available in Parking Lot D. Enter the small white building (with brown ramp) next to Parking Lot D. The waiting area is just inside the main entrance.

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