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Assistive Technology Clinic

Assistive Technology Clinic

3560 Bathurst Street, Toronto (ON), M6A2E1, Canada

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416-784-3600

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Now OPEN
Work hours
MO 08:30 – 16:30 SA closed
TU 08:30 – 16:30 SU closed
WE 08:30 – 16:30
TH 08:30 – 16:30
FR 08:30 – 16:30
About The Assistive Technology Clinic serves people who suffer from the consequences of neurological and complex musculoskeletal disorders.
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Mission ATC's Guiding Principles

ATC fosters and encourages quality of care and innovation, is committed to continuous improvement and outcomes research and to cultivating good working relationships with community partners. ATC's entire program is designed to improve the quality of life of disabled persons. Every course of action we take is guided by our desire to:

Promote functional independence
Increase emotional well being
Impact on one's ability to control his/her environment
Allow the client to direct his/her care
Increase the ability to advocate for one's needs
Maintain vocational/educational opportunities
Participate in leisure activities
Allow opportunity for social inclusion
Description The Assistive Technology Clinic (ATC) serves people who suffer from the consequences of neurological and complex musculoskeletal disorders. Housed on the premises of Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and the Baycrest Brain Health Center, ATC provides an innovative out patient service where people with chronic diseases are assessed, treated and managed within the framework of a single multi-disciplinary clinic, and where best evidence and clinical research are intimately linked with each step of the process.
At the heart of ATC are seven interdisciplinary patient-centered clinics:

-Jeff and Diane Ross Movement Disorders Clinic (Baycrest)
-Elkie Adler Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Clinic (Baycrest)
-Spasticity Clinic (Baycrest)
-Seating Clinic (Baycrest)
-Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) Clinic (Sunnybrook)
-North & East GTA Regional Stroke Best Practice Team (Sunnybrook)
-Augmentative and Alternative Communication Clinic (Sunnybrook)

For more information on our clinics and how to access them, see our website: (link)

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