Triple L Paediatric Speech Pathology and Audiology, Redlands City

About Triple L

Professional and caring paediatric speech pathology and audiology services for your child in a supportive practice in the Redlands

Welcome to the Triple L Practice, Cleveland

At Triple L, we pride ourselves on going to great lengths to ensure that our clients and their families receive the support and help they need. We’re passionate about listening, language, and literacy as the gateway to learning and work to ensure that every child under our care gets the support and interventions they need to thrive.

We work with children, their families, and other members of their support network to provide a collaborative approach to therapy and care for every child. Our speech pathology services can be provided in person or through telehealth to suit your family’s schedule.

In our practice, we look at children and their health holistically, which is why you can access our accredited audiologist’s services and an experienced and certified speech pathologist at the same practice for more comprehensive and effective diagnoses, intervention and recommendations.

Our dedicated and passionate team can help your child with:

  • Reading and spelling difficulties
  • Dyslexia and Dysgraphia interventions
  • Auditory processing disorders and difficulties
  • Improving speech skills
Triple L Speech Pathology Audiology Clinic Cleveland

Our practice is conveniently located in Cleveland, to service the Redlands and provides a comfortable space for you and your child to visit for their ongoing therapy needs.  Our therapy dog, Roxie, is always ready to welcome new people and regular patients to the clinic.

Speech Pathology Cleveland
Triple L speech therapy rooms Cleveland

Meet Candice Stone - Paediatric Speech Pathologist

Owner, Bachelor Speech Pathology and Audiology

Candice Stone is a paediatric Certified Practising Speech Pathologist and Audiologist with more than 20 years of experience. She graduated from Witwatersrand University (Johannesburg) in Speech Therapy and Audiology in 2002 and quickly found her passion in paediatrics.

Candice worked for 7 years at various hospitals in London, working with children with educational learning difficulties as well as congenital/acquired sensorineural and conductive hearing losses. In 2008 and 2009 she worked on a diagnostic team associated with the National Newborn Hearing Screening Program, identifying hearing loss in children as young as 4 weeks old. Her passion for this field was further sparked by the prevention of speech and language delays that occurred with the early interventions that came about because of this program.

Candice opened her own private practice in Durban, South Africa and worked as a speech pathologist and audiologist assisting children with hearing, speech, and language challenges, alongside their families. It was during this time that Candice discovered a passion for working with children who have difficulties with listening, language and literacy.

After returning to Australia in 2016, Candice continued to work with children with listening, language, and literacy difficulties.  She opened her own practice in 2018 in Wellington Point, Queensland allowing her to focus on her particular areas of interest as a paediatric speech pathologist. She also completed formal training in a specialised intervention approach to synthetic phonics called Sounds Write, and has completed both the introduction course and the advanced training for Grade 3 – 6 intervention.  Candice has additional training in Dyslexia and Dysgraphia intervention and treatment.

Candice is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist with Speech Pathology Australia (SPA). She is particularly passionate about the treatment of children between the ages of 4 and 18 who have:

  • Auditory Processing Disorders/Difficulties and related issues
  • Receptive and Expressive Language Difficulties
  • Specific learning disorders in reading (Dyslexia) and written expression (Dysgraphia)
  • Difficulties with high school reading comprehension, verbal reasoning, higher-order language and written language
  • Hearing Impairment and related speech, language and literacy difficulties.
  • Speech production difficulties
  • Level 1 and Level 2 Autism Spectrum Disorder and related difficulties
  • Auditory Processing Disorders/Difficulties
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and related communication difficulties

Candice describes herself as a bubbly, kind and caring paediatric speech pathologist who goes above and beyond for her clients.

Meet Kristen Kwan - Paediatric Audiologist, Allied Health Assistant

MAudSt, AAudA

Kristen Kwan has over seven years experience working with people with hearing difficulties in both diagnostic and rehabilitation settings.  Since graduating from the University of Queensland in 2014, she has worked in both private practice and public health and through her experiences has discovered a passion for working with children and has specialised in Paediatric Audiology since 2016. She has a particular focus on the assessment and remediation of auditory processing difficulties and disorders.

Kristen is passionate about providing audiology services to children and their families to help them in their communication and therefore enable them to better access their school curriculum, form social connections and improve their self-confidence.  She employs a child and family centered approach to the assessment and management of hearing difficulties, tailoring her practice to the unique needs of each child, while adhering to current best practices. 

In addition to being an Accredited Member with Audiology Australia, Kristen’s passion for improving the communication abilities of her clients has also led her to undertake further study, including Sounds Write (a structured synthetic phonics program) certification and has commenced her Master of Speech and Language Pathology studies.

Kristen currently provides Diagnostic Audiology Testing for Catholic Education in Queensland.  She is able to provide a mobile Diagnostic Hearing Testing and School Hearing Screening service to schools for groups of 10 or more children.  Please contact Kristen for more information about this service. 

Meet Mollie Bahr - Certified Practising Speech Pathologist

Bachelor of Speech Pathology

Mollie is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist who loves working with children and building relationships with families. Mollie has a Bachelor of Speech Pathology (Honours) from the University of Queensland.  She has a special interest in paediatric speech, language, and literacy.

Mollie has experience in systematic synthetic phonics and is professionally trained in both the Read3 and Sounds Write programs. Mollie has experience working as a tutor with Learning Ladders in the area of Literacy and has experience with mechanical reading and spelling, Dyslexia and Dysgraphia.

Meet Cathie Nixon - It's Time To Talk

Masters of Speech Pathology

Catherine is a speech pathologist who offers sessions at our practice once a week on a Monday between 9am-4pm. Her company name is ‘It’s Time to Talk’.

Catherine is a paediatric speech pathologist with more than 16 years’ experience. She graduated from the University of Queensland with a Masters of Speech Pathology in 2008. Prior to completing her Masters Degree, Catherine worked as a classroom primary school teacher having completed a Bachelor of Education in 1999 at the University of Canberra.

Catherine has worked for over 20 years across educational settings including early childhood, primary and high school settings. In 2022, Catherine opened her private practice in Mount Cotton, working with families and their children to support their speech, language and literacy development. It’s Time To Talk – Speech & Language Pathology focuses on providing support for children aged 2-18 years and strives to provide evidence-based quality therapy, in an engaging and friendly setting.

Catherine has completed additional formal training in literacy intervention including Sounds Write, the introduction course and the advanced training for Grades 3-6. Catherine is committed to supporting and advocating for children with specific learning disorders in the areas of reading (Dyslexia) and written expression (Dysgraphia).

Catherine is a Certified Practising Speech Pathologist with Speech Pathology Australia (SPA). Catherine provides therapy for children between the ages of 2 and 18 who have:

  • Receptive and Expressive Language Difficulties
  • Speech production difficulties
  • Specific learning disorders in reading and written expression (Dyslexia/Dysgraphia)
  • Difficulties with reading comprehension, verbal reasoning, higher-order language, and written language
  • Level 1 and Level 2 Autism Spectrum Disorder and related difficulties
  • Early years speech and language intervention.

Catherine describes herself as a kind, friendly and engaging paediatric speech pathologist who strives to support her clients and their families to achieve their communication goals.