Below you will find a listing of locations for all the ALS Clinics within Ontario.
If there is not a clinic location in your area, please speak with your family doctor or neurologist to obtain a referral to a clinic that accepts clients outside of their immediate area (*indicated below).
The ALS Clinic
McMaster University Medical Centre
Hamilton Health Sciences
1200 Main Street West Room 4U
Hamilton, ON L8N 3Z5
Tel: 905 521-2100 x76870
FAX: 905 521-2656
The ALS Clinic is a multidisciplinary centre aimed at caring for the needs of those living with ALS and their families. The centre is dedicated to conducting research to find a treatment and eventually a cure for this devastating disease.
The Adult Neuromuscular Clinic
PCCC, St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital Site
Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation
340 Union Street, Postal Bldg. 3600
Kingston, ON K7L 5A2
Services include multidisciplinary assessment by PTs, OTs, RTs, medical subspecialists such as neurologists, cardiologists and respirologists, speech therapists, social workers and nurses. Patients also have access to seating and an orthotics clinic.
Department of Clinical Neurological Sciences
Motor Neuron Disease Clinic
339 Windermere Road, Box 5339
London, Ontario N6A 5A5
Tel: 519-663-3874 or 3934
The London Motor Neuron Diseases Clinic Team is an inter-disiplinary group of healthcare providers, who have expert knowledge about motor neuron diseases.
- To provide expert care to patients with Motor Neuron Diseases.
- To provide education, monitoring and timely interventions to our clients and their families.
- To promote regular communications between the family doctor, community health care providers and the Motor Neuron Diseases Team.
- To be involved in clinical research in Motor Neuron Diseases including clinical trials, epidemiological research, diagnostic testing, and quality-of-life evaluations.
The Team consists of the following professionals whom you see in one day:
The Rehabilitation Centre
505 Smyth Road
Ottawa, ON K1H 8M2
Tel: 613-737-7350 x 5421
Neurology Day Program
St. Joseph's Hospital
Main Floor, Area C
35 N. Algoma St.
PO Box 3251
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 5G7
The Program Team also consists of a Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Therapeutic Recreationist, Psychologist, Speech-Language Pathologist and Rehabilitation Assistant.
(This clinic accepts clients outside of the GTA)
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre
2075 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, ON M2M 4C9
||Dr. Lorne Zinman
||Dr. Marek Gawel
||Dr. Anthony Newall
||Dr. Anu Tandon
|Speech Language Pathologist