Helping deaf children develop complete language
Building the foundation for literacy
Empowering cuers, families, and professionals
We are the National Cued Speech Association
Whether it be:
- Advocating for cuers' rights through legislation
- Supporting Individualized Education Programs that include cueing
- Providing information and advocacy tools to parents and professionals
- Enhancing accessibility and fostering inclusion
We're here for the deaf and hard of hearing community.Go
Are you curious about Cued Speech or interested in learning it but not sure where to go from here?
You're not alone.
With over 60 languages accessible through cueing, just about anyone can get started today!LEARN MORE
Our early-intervention Deaf Children's Literacy Project (DCLP) is an invaluable resource to families with deaf and hard of hearing children.LEARN MORE
Are you a cuer seeking to do more for the Cuemmunity? Regardless of your cueing ability or level of hearing, our Cuers for Leadership, Education, Advocacy, and Resources (CLEAR) program can help you take the next step.LEARN MORE
Are you a professional who wants to support the Cuemmunity?
Look no further.
Whether you're seeking to become a mentor, an instructor, or a transliterator, we're here to support your development.LEARN MORE
Studies show deaf children who cue at home and school can read at the level of their hearing peers.
of parents with newly diagnosed infants reported receiving inadequate information about Cued Speech.
We need your help to ensure families get accurate, quality information about cueing.DONATE NOW
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Now more than ever, NCSA needs the strength of the cuemmunity to accomplish our mission. We need your help to implement our goals to Educate, Advocate and Serve. To learn about the benefits of membership or to join/renew your membership,
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