National Cued Speech Association

Cued Speech - Pittsburgh Workshops.
Educational Interpreting Definied (EIP) Cued Speech chart

Educational Interpreting Defined Workshop

Pittsburgh, PA  |  Nov 7-8 from 9am to 4pm

Register by October 1st!

Get to learn about the concepts, techniques, ethics, inclusion and linguistics behind cued language transliteration. What makes cued language transliteration unique and so much more (from that of sign language interpreters).

Download our our EID flyer here »

For more information on EID, contact Lauren Pruett at admin@language-matters.com
or call her at (877) 564-7333.

TECUnit - Cued Language Transliterator National Certification Exam

TECUnit - Cued Language Transliterator National Certification Exam (CLTNCE)

November 8th, 2014 (Sat)


Pittsburgh, PA - Wyndham Garden Hotel

Register online by October 16th!

To learn about the fees and pre-requisites, download the TECUnit flyer & registration form directly below:
TECUnit CLT certification flyer (PDF) »

Either email the registration form to TECUnit at info@tecunit.org or call (800) 523-0964 and leave a message.

Cue Camp Virginia logo - education-based camp for families of deaf and hearing children

Cue Camp Virginia  |  October 9 - 12, 2014

Don't miss celebrating Cue Camp Virginia's 25th Anniversary with us all this October! CCVA is a 4-day workshop held next to the beautiful James river in the tranquility of the Jamestown 4-H Center

Adult Cued Speech courses (all levels) offered through Sunday morning.

*NEW - Transliterator (CLT) training with Lauren, incorporating hands-on practice and peer feedback.

Plus so much more (presentations, activities, events, etc), go to our camp page for more info! »

Cued Language Transliterator opportunity - Destin, Florida!

Job Opportunity - Niceville, Florida

Cued Speech Transliterator (full time)

Qualifications: School district might be flexible - no need to be nationally certified if trained & proficient.

Location: Niceville, Florida (Okaloosa County School District near Destin and it's beaches!)

Full Time: CLT Services needed for 1 year period(s).

Contact: Call Doug Dawson at (703) 269-7110 - or email ddawsoncpa@gmail.com.

Job description: Click here to learn more »

Great Job Opportunity in Chicago, IL

Job Opportunity - Chicago, IL

Cued Speech Transliterator

Description: The primary function of a Cued Language Transliterator is to act as a facilitator of communication between the deaf and hard of hearing students, the educational staff, and hearing peers in the educational environment. This environment includes classrooms, laboratory, field trips (in compliance with ADA), assembly and to read more, click here! »

To Apply: Click here for the full job description and to apply »

Great Job Opportunity in Chicago, IL

Teacher for the Deaf Opportunity

Location: Burnsville, Minnesota
Description: This is a position whereby, while having ASL / sign language skills is desired, what it more desired is a candidate able to, or willing to learn and use, Cued American English (CAE) as the Language of Instruction (LOI) in the classroom.  It is a 2nd / 3rd-grade group of five students.

This is a long shot position so please contact Kitri Kyllo. Her phone # is 612.968.2296 and email is kitri.kyllo@isd917.k12.mn.us.

Full job description, click here! »

To Apply: Click here for the full job description and to apply »

Free Introductory cued American English Workshop Course.

Free courses in Pittsburgh, PA:
Intro to Cued American English -or-
CS: Beyond the Basics

Nov 7 - 8, 2014


Pre-registration for these *FREE* workshops is required.

To learn more and or sign up, download the following brochure & registration form:
Cued Speech Workshop(s) flyer»

Either send form to the NCSA address (located at the bottom in the footer section) or email to info@cuedspeech.org.

For Beginners:
Stages in
Cueing Fluency
&
Phases in
Learning to Cue

New Cuers - User-Friendly Guidelines!

These PDF documents, "Stages in Cueing Fluency" and "Phases in Learning to Cue" were carefully prepared, rehearsed and written by Barbara Williams-Scott, Betsy Kipila and Dr. Polly Earl as a resource to help beginner cuers have a better sense of their progress while learning to cue on their own!

They are ready for download (courses, workshops, camps, students and teachers):

"Stages in Cueing Fluency" (PDF) »

“Phases in Learning to Cue” (PDF) »

Educational Interpreter Performance Test for Cued Speech

Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment - Cued Speech

An NCSA-endorsed tool for K-12 classrooms!

Transliterators - get feedback on skills!

Parents - document the skills of your child's transliterator.

Administrators - assess new hires and employees to ensure quality CS transliteration services.

Check out the EIPA Cued Speech page at classroominterpreting.org/EIPA/EIPA-CS »

Free NCSA Membership and On Cue Newsletter for First Time Deaf and Hard of Hearing Professionals, Educators and Parents.

Free Membership for Parents, Educators and Professionals (New Applicants)

*All individuals who have never been a member before are eligible! Application form is found directly below - click here to sign up for *free* NCSA membership! »

In applying for one years *free* NCSA membership, you'll receive hard copies of the 'On Cue' eNewsletters in the mail. You and your family becomes eligible for scholarships and financial benefits (camps, classes and workshops)! Digital eNewsletters are emailed bi-weekly in keeping our community informed nationally / internationally!

 
 
 

Generous Ways To Donate

Free Membership

Welcome!

The National Cued Speech Association supports effective communication, language development and literacy between individuals, families, infants and children alike through the use of Cued Speech.

What is Cued Speech?

Cued Speech is a visual mode of communication in which mouth movements of speech combine with “cues” to make the sounds (phonemes) of traditional spoken languages look different. Cueing allows users who are deaf, hard of hearing or who have language / communication disorders to access the basic, fundamental properties of spoken languages through the use of vision.

To view videos about Cued Speech, click here. »

If you have difficulty viewing this video, please click on this link: YouTube: What Is Cued Speech? »

The Latest Updates

  1. Excellent Docs for New Cuers!

    *NEW!*

    These quality guidelines, "Stages in Cueing Fluency" and "Phases in Learning to Cue" were carefully prepared, rehearsed and written by Barbara Williams-Scott, Betsy Kipila, and Dr. Polly Earl for use by beginner cuers to have a better sense of their progress while learning to cue on their own!

    They are ready for download (courses, workshops, camps, students and teachers):

    "Stages in Cueing Fluency" (PDF) »

    “Phases in Learning to Cue”(PDF) »

  2. Discounted Student Membership Rates


    *High school, undergraduate, and graduate students* - a letter of full support from the NCSA. Membership for all students is now $10 a year - the form can be downloaded here! »

    If you would like to fill out the membership form online, click here (membership form via cuedspeech.com) »
  3. Fall 2013 'On Cue' Newsletter


    Our Fall 2013 On Cue newsletter has been posted online in PDF format for members and supporters!

    If you don't believe you're a member, see about signing up - we'd love to have you with us in supporting the Deaf Childrens Literacy Project movement on the education front in supporting new Cued Speech families and students of all ages!

    Download the latest On Cue eNewsletter »

    If you have never been a NCSA member before, don't hesitate and apply for a one years *free* NCSA membership by filling out the form directly to the left of this section! This way you get a hard copy of our On Cue newsletters during that trial period.

    Otherwise, can you *renew* your NCSA membership here - your support is always appreciated!! Your money goes into funding On Cue newsletters, cue camps, Cued Speech workshops and in providing financial support for certification on behalf of transliteraters and instructors!

    To view NCSA publications page listing all past On Cue newsletter issues (PDFs), click here »
  4. Expressive Cued Speech Skills Assessment Docs


    Three new Expressive Cued Speech Skills Assessments (Word-level, Sentence-level, and Conversational-level)
    are now available. »

    Click to download the request form today. »
  5. Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment Program


    Need to assess transliterator skills through the Educational Interpreter Performance Assessment program? You're in luck, the Cued Speech version of the EIPA is now available! Download here »
  6. Excellent Resource - 'Cued Speech and Cued Language for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children'


    Order your copy of the scholarly tome Cued Speech and Cued Language for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

    Find this excellent, in-depth reference for audiologists, teachers and literacy scholars alike at cuedspeech.com/products. »
  7. Dictionary of Cued Speech for American English


    The NCSA's Dictionary of Cued Speech for American English is now available online! This dictionary contains roughly 1000 words that, taken together, illustrate the fundamental principles of the Cued Speech system.

    Click here to view this incredible resource! »
  8. NUBY Press Release - Deaf Children's Literacy Project


    Take a moment or two to read the exciting September 12, 2012 press release about NUBY having launched the International Corporate Responsibility Program in its support of the Deaf Children’s Literacy Project and championing effective communication, language development and literacy on behalf of families and deaf children:

    Deaf Children's Literacy Project & NUBY Press Release [PDF] »

    NUBY is owned by the Hakims and sells chemical-free (BPA-free) baby products worldwide, the link is www.nuby.com ».
  • National Cued Speech Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing on Facebook
  • Nuby, Inc - High Quality, Chemical Free Baby Products
  • Deaf Childrens Literacy Project Charity, Improving Literacy for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing.
  • Sarina Roffe Management, Marketing & Consulting - New York City, New York
  • Deaf Childrens Literacy Project champions literacy and phonetics for families of deaf and hard of hearing children
  • Coach John Brubaker Consulting | Motivational Speaker
Clickable Ads - NCSA Sponsors

Quick Links

In The Media

  1. *NEW
    Northwestern University article & video

    Right on cue:
    Cued Speech helps deaf children improve communication


    An excellent article that provides a 360 degree view about the benefits of Cued Speech, complemented with top-down facts why this modality helps deaf and hard of hearing children stay ahead of the curve throughout their educations along with the acquision of vital skills and critical thinking needed for succeeding in life and throughout their careers. To read the article and related online video, click here! »

    medill.northwestern.edu/chicago/news »
  2. Excellent, informative Washington Post article about a Maryland cueing family in the the Health section. »
  3. Order your copy of the scholarly tome Cued Speech and Cued Language for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children from the Cued Speech website (Cued Speech Discovery bookstore). »
  4. New Approach on Deaf Literacy Heartening, a Washington Post article - click here to read this excellent feature on literacy and deaf children. »