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Tourette Syndrome - Toronto Central

Tourette Syndrome is a neurological movement disorder which begins at age two to sixteen. It is characterized by rapidly repetitive muscular movements called "tics" including rapid eye blinking, shoulder shrugging, head jerking, facial twitches or other torso/limb movements; and involuntary vocalizations including repeated sniffing, throat clearing, coughing, grunting, barking or shrieking.

 
These services serve all or part of Toronto Central
University Health Network - Toronto Western Hospital - Tourette Syndrome Neurodevelopmental Clinic  
399 Bathurst St, West Wing - 3rd Fl, Rm 402, Toronto, ON  M5T 2S8
416‑603‑5794

These services are located outside of Toronto Central, but provide service to Toronto Central.
Tourette Canada  
5955 Airport Rd, Suite 245, Mississauga, ON  L4V 1R9
905‑673‑2255
Tourette Syndrome Association of Ontario  
20 Procee Circle, RR 1, Barrie, ON  L4M 4Y8
1‑888‑274‑2226

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