Language Therapist for adults and children Biography

Deborah Venditti graduated from the Faculty of Medicine, Communicative Disorders, at the University of Western Ontario in 1979.  A Registered Speech-Language Pathologist with the College of Audiologists and Speech Language Pathologists of Ontario, she has acquired a wealth of knowledge and expertise with children and adults while working at Oshawa General Hospital, Community Living Toronto, Peel Board of Education and Central West Specialized Developmental Centre.

Deborah has been a resident of Oakville since 1983 and has been in the same private practice office in the Trafalgar Professional Centre for 19 years. Her vast experience, high energy and creative problem solving allows her to cater to the needs of her clients from ages 18 months to preschool and school aged children as well as teens and adults.  Deborah has a special interest in preschool language delays, autism, articulation, stuttering and accent reduction.  As a sole practitioner, her clients are assured to be working with Deborah directly and not with an assistant. 

It is important that all clients, whether young or old, enjoy their sessions. Adults report that learning to deal with their stuttering or reducing their accent gives them a sense of control and confidence in the workplace and social settings.

If the client is a child, therapy includes the parents so that they can learn the strategies and act as their child’s speech therapist during every day routines. Deborah is available to attend case conferences and school visits.


Deborah regularly volunteers in Turks and Caicos where she continues to support the children with special needs, their parents, teachers and the staff Pediatrician.

Deborah C Venditti
Speech-Language Pathologist

About the Office

Located at 1235 Trafalgar Road, Suite 302 in the Trafalgar Professional Centre, the office is easily accessible to the QEW.  It was purposely decorated with a cozy home-like feeling.   Parking is free.  See location map

Deborah is pleased to welcome experienced Speech Language Pathologists, Joanna Haber and Carmen Martino, to the office to provide comprehensive services for both children and adults.

Because Deborah is a Registered Speech Language Pathologist, her services may be covered by your Employee Extended Health Care Plan.  Costs over and above this are tax deductible.  Some HR departments have been known to cover the cost of Accent Modification and Stuttering Therapy as part of their professional development. 

Lidcombe Program
Prompt Institute
Ontario Association of the speech language pathologist and audiologists
Canadian Stuttering Association