The Assistive Technology Clinic’s Baycrest site provides medical and rehabilitation management for people with Parkinson’s through the Jeff and Diane Ross Movement Disorders Clinic and with Multiple Sclerosis through the Elkie Adler MS Clinic. Aside from our medical programs, ATC provides leading edge assistive technology in the areas of mobility and specialized seating, communication, advanced computer technology, environmental aids for daily living, and state of the art rehabilitation devices to improve the quality of life for people with acquired neurological and complex disabilities.
Assistive Technology Clinic services available at Baycrest include:
- Elkie Adler Multiple Sclerosis Clinic
- Jeff and Diane Ross Movement Disorders Clinic
- Augmentation and Alternative Communication Clinic
- Spasticity Management Clinic
- Seating and Mobility Clinic
- Gait Technology Program
- Environmental Aids for Daily Living Program
- Upper Extremity Program
All clinics run on a referral basis. Referral forms can be found on each clinic or program’s page above.