Mr. Speech Pathology

Mr. Speech Pathology

Eugene Chuprin is a bilingual (Russian) speech-language pathologist providing private concierge quality homecare in the New York City area. Eugene Chuprin holds a bachelors degree in speech & language pathology and audiology from CUNY Brooklyn College and a masters degree in speech & language pathology from Long Island University.

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Mr. Speech Pathology is now on WhatsApp. 10/17/2021

Mr. Speech Pathology is now on WhatsApp.

Mr. Speech Pathology is now on WhatsApp.

08/14/2021

Eugene Chuprin is a speech-language pathologist practicing in New York City. He received his Masters from Long Island University and his Bachelors from CUNY Brooklyn College. He is licensed in New York as a speech-language pathologist. He holds his Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA). He also holds his Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) professional certificate. He is bilingually certified and has his bilingual extension (BEA) in Russian. Eugene possesses extensive clinical experience working with both geriatrics and pediatrics in hospitals, schools, pre-schools, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, and private practices. He provides each individual with a specific treatment approach based on their strengths, needs, and unique abilities to increase progress during therapy. Eugene is currently a supervisor for clinical fellows and graduate students, conducting evaluations, and treating various age groups in New York City.

Eugene Chuprin is a speech-language pathologist practicing in New York City. He received his Masters from Long Island University and his Bachelors from CUNY Brooklyn College. He is licensed in New York as a speech-language pathologist. He holds his Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA). He also holds his Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD) professional certificate. He is bilingually certified and has his bilingual extension (BEA) in Russian. Eugene possesses extensive clinical experience working with both geriatrics and pediatrics in hospitals, schools, pre-schools, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes, and private practices. He provides each individual with a specific treatment approach based on their strengths, needs, and unique abilities to increase progress during therapy. Eugene is currently a supervisor for clinical fellows and graduate students, conducting evaluations, and treating various age groups in New York City.

08/14/2021
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Photos from Mr. Speech Pathology's post 03/05/2021

Such an honor being among the 25 best speech-language pathologists in New York City for the second year in a row.

08/15/2020

Will Goes to School is the perfect introduction to the concept of school for our children. Follow Will as he spends his first day of school learning about new topics, making friends, and meeting his new teacher Ms. Ashley. Available for purchase on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle version.

https://www.amazon.com/Will-Goes-School-Eugene-Chuprin/dp/173327250X

01/29/2020

What do children and playdoh have in common?

What do children and playdoh have in common? They are both molded into what we would like them to be. Much like playdoh, our children need to be molded into smart, generous and independent people to be successful in the future. Especially, a child with special needs that benefits from extra attention, support and care. They are a different type of play-doh, one that is a bit more challenging to work with, however the results and final product are more fulfilling when you have the finished product. As a speech-language pathologist, I typically use this metaphor when I describe how parents can increase their child’s language abilities and develop their overall communication skills. Of course our children are not colorful toys that we can form into stars and circles, but this metaphor holds true with how we can help raise our children. Especially, when our child might have an underlying condition or diagnosis that hinders their growth, such as a learning disability or Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Children are born with a blank slate and it is our job to introduce and facilitate different types of language and learning into their everyday lives so they have a strong foundation. There are many ways to expose our children to language throughout the day. Some examples are listed below…

Explaining turn-taking skills to a child with ASD at the park: This is the perfect place to introduce your child to socialization and other children. Babies communicate using jargon which imitates the tone and pitch similar to typical speech. This gives them the foundation to communicate with others later on when they begin to speak. This is the ideal place to expose your child to turn-taking with peers their own age. Have them take turns throwing a ball, going down the slide or jumping on a trampoline.

Expose children to different textures during feeding time: During feeding time, label every object in front of the child and its function (e.g., “a knife cuts food and a spoon scoops cereal.”). As the child is eating, model for them the correct way to hold and place the food into their mouth, chew the food and then swallow. Feeding difficulties often to lead to speech delays later on, so it is best to provide an accurate model early on. Categorize the food items the child is eating (e.g., “corn and cucumbers are vegetables.”). Oftentimes, children with special needs are observed to have a difficult time touching or eating new textures. This is something new to them visually, texturally and sometimes auditorally. Feeding time is the best time to expose them to new textures that they can be exposed to.

Bath time: During bath time, label every object and explain the procedure (e.g., “first you turn on the water.”, “then you put in a rubber duck into the tub”, etc.). As the child is bathing, you can extend on various topics; such as, animals that live in the water, how to swim, etc.

Even though these tips and strategies may seem clear to us, we do not always use them on a daily basis. It is important to remember that all first experiences and visuals are new to our babies and we have to explain the world around them. By exposing them to as much language and knowledge earlier on, it will decrease the chances of them having struggles in school and work in the future. We also have to constantly repeat, provide examples with visuals and describe in order to instill novel vocabulary and functions to our children.

We want the best for our children and if we don’t expose them to new vocabulary and functions, then how do we expect them to be independent individuals? Nursery, pre-school and school teach our children to read, write and count. However, it is our job to expose them to the basic language skills in order to understand and use these functions appropriately. This begins in the home. We must provide our children with a strong foundation in order for them to succeed in the future. Their output is largely determined by our input.

12/18/2019

I guess I know what I'm doing 🤷‍♂️

11/25/2019

Thank you for the shout out @ashaweb

amazon.com 10/01/2019

Will Goes to School

I am so excited to announce the release of my new book "Will Goes to School"

The book is about a boy named Will and his experience on the first day of school. A perfect resource for parents that are introducing the concept of pre-school or school to their little ones. Follow Will as he learns things like reading, writing, meeting a new friend, meeting his new teacher and even tries this thing called... Lasagna.

This book is available for purchase on Amazon.com in both kindle and paperback version. Thank you and I hope you enjoy!

https://www.amazon.com/Will-Goes-School-Eugene-Chuprin/dp/173327250X/ref=sr_1_2?crid=21JKYV36GS0HU&keywords=will+goes+to+school&qid=1569890178&sprefix=will+goes+to+%2Caps%2C136&sr=8-2

amazon.com Follow Will on his first day of school and learn about all the new people he will meet, things he will see and experiences he will have. This book was written by a speech-language pathologist in the hopes that it prepares your little ones for one of their biggest adventures yet... The First Day o...

03/19/2019

Puzzle time!

03/01/2019

We’re all ears on Dr Seuss Day!

02/26/2019

Tea time is the best time!

02/14/2019

Happy Valentines Day!

12/06/2018

My secret weapon in fighting that dreaded “R” sound. @ Brooklyn Childrens Museum

12/05/2018

These dreidels are not made out of clay... but I would play with them all day! Perfect for following directions, articulation and sequencing. @ New York, New York

12/04/2018

Monkeying Around is an interactive game for the whole family! It is great for articulation, turn-taking, hand/eye coordination, counting and so much more! @ Barclays Center

12/03/2018

Pop the Pig is one of my favorite toys out there. It is great for counting hamburgers, categorizing colors, following simple directions, turn-taking and so much more! @ Times Square, New York City

11/28/2018

This new toy would have definitely been on my holiday wish list! Introducing the Casdon - Dyson ball vacuum with real suction and sound! A great way to introduce our little ones to the joys of housework and daily chores. @ FAO Schwarz

11/26/2018

Eye contact is an essential component when communicating with others. Children with Autism are observed to struggle with initiating and maintaining eye contact due to difficulty with focus and stress. Some ways we may work on increasing eye contact are...
1. Funky glasses: Put on funky glasses when communicating, so the child can focus on the glasses, which are on our eyes.
2. Requesting: When the child requests, have them look into your eyes when they want an item (verbal/gesture) in order to receive the item.
3. Peek-a-Boo: Have the child look into your eyes when playing peek-a-boo and positioning their head eye level with yours. @ American Museum of Natural History

11/22/2018

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating out there, we have a lot to be thankful for! Especially all the yummy food coming our way.
I have been working on categorizing Thanksgiving/Non-Thanksgiving foods with my kiddos the last couple of weeks. With this activity we also wrote expository pieces about family traditions/cultures, drew our favorite Thanksgiving dish and sequenced how to make a yummy turkey recipe.

11/22/2018

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating out there, we have a lot to be thankful for! Especially all the yummy food coming our way.
I have been working on categorizing Thanksgiving/Non-Thanksgiving foods with my kiddos the last couple of weeks. With this activity we also wrote expository pieces about family traditions/cultures, drew our favorite Thanksgiving dish and sequenced how to make a yummy turkey recipe.

11/22/2018

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating out there, we have a lot to be thankful for!

I have been working on categorizing Thanksgiving/non-Thanksgiving foods with my kiddos the last couple of weeks. With this activity we also wrote expository pieces about family traditions/cultures, drew our favorite Thanksgiving dish and sequenced how to make a yummy turkey recipe.

11/21/2018

What is a speech banana?
The speech banana is a tool audiologists and speech-language pathologists use to describe at what frequency we hear certain sounds. Most of the sounds we hear cluster into a banana shape, hence the name. By knowing which frequency an individual has difficulty with, we will be able to identify which sounds they won’t hear and will incorrectly produce. @ Candytopia

11/19/2018

When “wabbit” becomes “rabbit” is music to my ears!

09/06/2018

Our articulation station shows the way students change their facial expression when producing certain sounds!
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09/05/2018

Even though today is the first day of school for many in the #nycdoe we have been working hard formulating “wh” questions in our charter school for weeks!
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amazon.com 07/26/2018

Goliath Games Pop the Pig Game - New and Improved - Belly-Busting Fun as You Feed Him Burgers and Watch His Belly Grow

One of my favorite toys to target speech-language therapy at home is on sale now at Amazon!

amazon.com Pop the Pig is an international preschool classic that is adored by millions of children - it was the top-selling preschool game in 2016 and 2017 according to retailer sales data collected by NPD! Kids spin the spinner, pop a hamburger into the pig's mouth and push down on his head. The more they...

mommypoppins.com 06/25/2018

Summer Camps for Kids with Special Needs in the NYC area

Summer is here! Here's a wonderful article on some of the best NYC camps for children with special needs.

https://mommypoppins.com/newyorkcitykids/nyc-summer-camps-autistism-special-needs-aspergers-adhd-sensory

mommypoppins.com Find extra support with all the fun of summer camp at these programs.

06/06/2018

Mr. Speech Pathology

04/09/2018

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02/27/2018

Placing our Easter eggs in a ship while working on prepositions

02/16/2018

Bilingual (Russian) speech-language pathologist providing concierge quality home-care in the New York City area.

02/16/2018

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About Mr Speech Pathology

Eugene Chuprin holds a masters degree in speech-language pathology from Long Island University. In addition, he has a bilingual extension in Russian and certification as a Teacher of Students with Speech and Language Disabilities (TSSLD). He received his Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) from the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and a New York State speech-language pathology license. Eugene graduated at the top of his class with academic honors and was the recipient of numerous awards. He has extensive clinical experience working with both geriatrics and pediatrics in hospitals, schools, pre-schools, rehabilitation centers, nursing homes and private practices. He provides each individual with a specific treatment approach based on their strengths, needs and unique abilities to increase progress during therapy. Eugene is currently a supervisor for clinical fellows and graduate students, conducting monolingual and bilingual evaluations and treating various age groups privately in New York City.

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