Northeast Ohio Adults Communicating Together (NEO-ACT)

NEO-ACT is a program developed by Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center for Adults with Acquired Communication Disorders resulting from stroke, aneurysm, traumatic brain injury, and other degenerative neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, primary progressive aphasia, dementia, or Alzheimer’s disease. NEO-ACT is designed to provide individuals with communication difficulties and their caretakers an opportunity to improve quality of life through participation in activities that provide enrichment for listening, speaking, reading, writing, and socialization. All of the NEO-ACT programs are created and directed by certified clinicians that have been trained in working with individuals with communication difficulties.


NEO-ACT Programs:

  • Individual Speech Therapy *
  • Group Speech Therapy *
  • Lee Silverman Voice Treatment (LSVT) *
  • Speak Easy Group
  • Art Class *
  • Book Club *
  • Caregiver Support Group
  • Computer Lab
  • Hand & Arm Exercise *
  • Music & Speech *
  • Music & Exercise *
  • Pet Therapy
  • Reading Workshop *
  • Tech Time
  • Writing Workshop *

         *fee for service


Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center is the premier provider of hearing, speech-language, and deaf services, education, and advocacy, helping people connect through communication.

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