Faculty Directory

Neva
Goldstein

Adjunct Instructor in Speech Pathology and Audiology
BA, Barnard College of Columbia University,
MA, Long Island University/ C.W. Post,
Professor Neva Goldstein Hellman is an adjunct instructor in the Stern College Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. She received her MA in speech pathology from Long Island University/C.W. Post, where she received the Graduate Distinguished Performance Award and the Joan Fox Memorial Award of the Long Island Speech-Language-Hearing Association. She received her BA in linguistics from Barnard College. Neva practices pediatric speech therapy with the YAI/New York League for Early Learning, both as a staff speech therapist and trainer at the Gramercy School, a special-education preschool, and as a home-based early intervention practitioner with YAI's Lifestart program. She treats children with a broad spectrum of language-learning difficulties in their homes and at their preschools, and considers "first words" her specialty. Her academic interests include typical language development and the language development of children with autistic spectrum disorders. She is the founding president of YESS!—Yeshivah Education for Special Students, a special-education yeshiva elementary school program for children with learning disabilities, attention disorders, and mild developmental disabilities, which is located at and offers mainstreaming at the Yeshiva of Central Queens in Kew Gardens Hills, NY.
nhellman@yu.edu
MEDIA RELATIONS

To request an interview, please contact Media Relations at 212-960-5400 x5488 or publicaffairs@yu.edu

Spring 2017
Comm. Disorders in Children
SPAU 3025
Spring 2017
Survey of Communicat Disorders
SPAU 3000
Fall 2016
Communication Disorders Adults
SPAU 3024
Fall 2016
Development of Language
SPAU 3001
Spring 2016
Comm. Disorders in Children
SPAU 3025
Spring 2016
Survey of Communicat Disorders
SPAU 3000
Fall 2015
Communication Disorders Adults
SPAU 3024
Fall 2015
Development of Language
SPAU 3001
Spring 2015
Comm. Disorders in Children
SPAU 3025
Spring 2015
Survey of Communication Disor
SPAU 3000