If you or your loved one has had a stroke or has lost ability due to Parkinson's and have had licenses revoked, this program will assess one's ability to return to driving in a timely and efficient manner.
Specific standardized tests are used to determine fitness to drive and to highlight areas of weakness requiring treatment for continued on-road safety.
The ATC Driving Assessment provides a unique opportunity to help patients regain full independence quickly, safely and effectively, ensuring re-integration into driving as soon as possible following the one-month no-driving period.
A physician’s referral is required; patients are accepted on a case-by-case basis at any point in the continuum of care.
This is a grant-funded program and is free for Stroke and Parkinson's Disease patients only. Others diagnoses accepted on a case-by-case and fee-for-service basis.
Quickly identify fitness to drive and required improvements
Regain full independence safely and effectively
Please note that some ATC clinics are closed until further notice due to Covid-19. We will contact you to reschedule your appointment in the future, when we are able to do so. Currently our Spasticity, ALS and Stroke Clinics are open.
If you have an issue related to your illness or other medical conditions, please call your family doctor.
If you require a prescription renewal, contact your pharmacist directly to renew your prescription. You do not need a prescription from your physician for existing medications.
If you have any questions related to Covid-19, please contact Telehealth Ontario at 1-866-797-0000.
In a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.