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Geneva Centre for Autism
112 Merton Street
Toronto, Ontario, M4S 2 Z8
The Geneva Centre for Autism (GCA) is a non-profit, voluntary organization located in Toronto, Canada. Founded in 1974, GCA empowers individuals with autism and their families to participate fully within their communities. Autism is a lifelong, nonprogressive neurologic disorder typically appearing before the age of 30 months. It is characterized by language and communication deficits, withdrawal from social contacts and extreme reactions to changes in the immediate environment. GCA offers support groups, patient networking and education to those in need.
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