Parkinson’s & Movement Disorders Clinic
ATC offers expert medical and rehabilitation management through the Jeff and Diane Ross Movement Disorder Clinic at our Baycrest location.
Patients work with neurologists, nurse specialists, dietitians, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, pharmacists, social service workers as well as a technical team who devise innovative control interfaces with computers, allowing patients to communicate effectively and live independently and with dignity in their home environment.
Individualized educational sessions and innovative rehabilitation treatment programs focus on improving functional abilities to empower those living with Parkinson’s and other movement disorders to cope with their daily challenges and to improve their quality of life.
A physician’s referral is required; patients are accepted on a case-by-case basis at any point in the continuum of care.
Portions of our Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders services are subsidized through grants. In addition, some equipment costs may be covered by provincial funding programs. The fees we charge to our patients are subject to change, depending on the grants and financial assistance available to us. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for the latest information!
Additional reading material and helpful videos are available via our sister-website LiveWellWithParkinsons.com.
Live independently in home environment
Individualized education sessions
Technology and tools customized to functioning with movement disorders
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, ATC has had to limit the number of referrals we can see. Consequently, we can only accommodate our internally referred patients and will not be accepting any community referrals for our Seating and AAC clinics at this time.
We will continue to see our existing ALS, stroke, MS and PD patients and internal referrals for these diagnoses in Seating and AAC clinic.
Thank you for your understanding.