New York, NY
Accolades, Award or Notable Achievements
- Founder of Alphabet Aerobics Speech and Language-a provider of speech, language, reading, writing, and executive functioning support services
- Wrote a piece in the Gaynor Gazette Summer 2016 entitled: “Tips to Prevent Summer Brain Drain”
- Wrote a piece featured in the Gaynor Gazette Winter 2016 entitled: “Games that Support Expressive and Receptive Language Skills”
- 3 features on ASHA Leader blog
- Featured in the article, “10 Awesome ABC Crafts to Help Kids Learn to Read” as an expert source
New York, NY
“I love to be as interactive as possible, so I’m always on the lookout for ways to create a multi-sensory experience for my students.”
Emily Jupiter is a New York State certified speech-language pathologist and member of the American Speech Hearing Association (ASHA). She graduated from Emory University and received her Masters of Science degree from New York University in Communication Sciences and Disorders. Additionally, Emily is trained in the Orton-Gillingham reading method Judith Hochman’s Teaching Basic Writing Skills method.
Emily’s primary focus is using techniques and strategies to improve overall expressive, receptive, and pragmatic language of children ages 3-15 years old. She strives to promote success and confidence by reinforcing strengths and building areas where the child needs support. Emily strongly believes that the use of effective study habits and organizational methods early in school,
improves academic performance and promotes life-long learning for both children who have learning difficulties and children who do not have diagnoses. Emily has been working as a school-based speech-language pathologist for 6 years at the Stephen Gaynor school. In addition, she provides in-home therapy services through her practice, Alphabet Aerobics Speech and Language. She has worked with children of all ages who have a wide range of diagnoses and difficulties, including: ADD/ADHD, auditory processing disorders, dyslexia, expressive and receptive language disorders, mild to moderate autism spectrum disorders, and phonological processing disorders.