Speech Pathology

Assessment and intervention.

Speech Pathology

Meet the Team

Kylie Blaszczyk

Kylie has worked with a wide range of client groups experiencing speech, language, communication and literacy difficulties. Kylie has worked across a number of settings including Melton Health (Speech Pathology Team Leader), RCH CAMHS (Autism Assessment Team Leader), schools, hospitals, community clinics and private practice. Kylie’s current caseload as a Director and Senior Speech Pathologist consists of Autism Spectrum Disorder assessments, supervision and training of the Speech Pathology team and consulting for various stakeholders. Kylie has extensive experience and a special interest in teaching and training others about the impact of speech, language and literacy difficulties. Alongside her private clinical caseload, Kylie also works as a Clinical Educator for LaTrobe University and the Australian Catholic University (ACU) supervising Speech Pathology students undertaking the practical component of their training whilst on professional placements within Little Kingdom Therapy.

Kylie enjoys spending time travelling with her family and friends and is an avid reader.


Paris is currently away for Maternity Leave.

Paris graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Speech Pathology. Paris has a special interest in supporting young children with literacy difficulties such as Dyslexia and Dysgraphia. She also enjoys ensuring goals are functional, to receive the most impact from therapy. In her spare time, she loves to bake sweet treats or play with her Golden Retriever, Aubrey. You can usually find Paris running baking groups at Little Kingdom Therapy, as she loves to blend her passion for cooking and social skills together.

Paris looks forward to supporting you and your child to achieve their goals!


Jenna graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Science and Master of Speech Pathology. Jenna is particularly interested in speech sound disorders, language facilitation and literacy. She enjoys her role as a Speech Pathologist for children as she can use her creativity to plan and provide sessions that are highly engaging and incorporate the child’s interests. Jenna loves getting to know clients and working with their families to establish relationships that create a positive change.

In her spare time, Jenna loves going to the gym, playing netball, playing with her dogs and spending time with her family friends.


Dana graduated from La Trobe University with a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Speech Pathology. Dana is particularly interested in speech sound disorders and stuttering. She is also passionate about supporting neurodiverse individuals and their families to achieve their full potential. She enjoys incorporating children’s interests with evidence-based therapy to achieve goals in a fun way.

In her free time, Dana enjoys travelling, spending time with her Corgi, and she is a big foodie.

Mien Jeu (MJ)

Mien Jeu (a.k.a MJ) graduated from the University of Melbourne with a Master of Speech Pathology. MJ enjoys working with children and their families to ensure therapy is a positive experience through functional and engaging activities that supports them towards achieving their goals.

She is passionate about using a strengths-based approach and collaborating with stakeholders involved in the clients’ care to deliver quality services. With speech and language being her special interest, she also speaks a few other languages: Malay/Bahasa Malaysia, Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka (Chinese dialect), Korean, and French.

When not working, she likes watching K-dramas, exploring new foods and places, and going for nature walks.

Early Intervention

Speech Pathologists provide a range of early intervention sessions as well as work with children, adolescents and adults.

This includes:

  • Developmental Delays in Language Production
  • Receptive and Expressive Language Disorders
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD)
  • Feeding Difficulties
  • Minimally Verbal Children
  • ADHD
  • Stuttering
  • Hearing Loss
  • Articulation
  • Specific Learning Difficulties including Dyslexia
  • Dyspraxia
  • Auditory Processing
  • Literacy