Eugenia Rogers

Eugenia Rogers, MS, CCC-SLP

Adjunct Faculty, Speech-Language Pathology

School of Health Sciences

Biography

Ms. Rogers has been awarded the Board-Certified Specialist in Swallowing, BCS-S, from ASHA. She also has Neonatal Individualized Certification in Developmental Assessment and is certified in Programming for Premature Infants, NIDCAP. She has taught at Columbia University, St. John’s University and Touro College in the United States. Her experience also includes several full-day seminars on normal feeding skills and swallowing disorders: Birth to three, developing breast and bottle-feeding in the neonatal intensive care Unit and communication skill development in early intervention. She has also provided supervision to speech-language therapy students at area colleges.

She is a practicing pediatric speech language pathologist specializing in oral motor and feeding problems. Ms. Rogers has provided direct speech, oral motor, language, and developmental feeding therapies to premature infants in the neonatal intensive care units of Kings County and Downstate University Hospitals and to infants and toddlers from birth to age three in their homes. She has taken many courses and seminars on feeding and oral motor treatment.

Education

  • M.S., University of Connecticut