Developing Communication Solutions For All Ages
                           (905) 330-8081

Welcome to Oakville Speech Therapy.
Your partner in developing communication solutions for clients of all ages and stages of life.

Our Mission is to provide high-quality, personalized speech and language services that enhance quality of life by encouraging personal growth and improving individual functioning.



Oakville Speech Therapy is a community-based private practice developed by Joanna Haber-Lazar, a registered Speech-Language Pathologist with over 20 years of clinical experience.

Joanna has provided assessment, therapy and consultative services to a broad range of clients in both hospital and community settings. 



We work with adults and children who struggle with speech, language and swallowing difficulties.

We take pride in offering compassionate therapy services that are personalized, taking into consideration each individual’s unique strengths and needs.

Client Centered


Our model of care is collaborative and client centered. Family, significant others and community partners all form part of the therapy team!

Resources are available through community links to allied health care professionals including occupational and physical therapists, music therapists, psychologists and other related services.


Symptoms of a communication problem may include:

  • A soft or hoarse voice
  • Difficulties finding or saying words
  • Difficulties understanding or remembering what people say
  • Stuttering
  • Slurring sounds and words
  • Imprecise articulation
  • Delay in a child’s development of speech or language skills
  • Difficulties being understood by others due to differences in accent or language usage
  • Challenges connecting with others in work or social settings


speech challenges

We provide assessment, therapy and consultation services for clients experiencing challenges due to:

  • Neurologically based communication disorders as a result of stroke, traumatic brain injury, Parkinson’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Guillain-Barre, dementia, etc.
  • Articulation and motor speech disorders
  • Voice disorders
  • Stuttering
  • Child speech and language development
  • Early literacy skills
  • Accent modification needs
  • Presentation and communication skills training for the workplace
  • Swallowing disorders