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2022 Cuemmunity Events


National Fall Board Meeting & Training Seminars

October 20-23, 2022

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Cue Camp Mechuwana: August 14-19, 2022

Winthrop, Maine

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Spring Camp Cheerio: May 13-15, 2022

Camp Cheerio, Roaring Gap, NC

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April – May

NVCSA Beginning Cued Speech Class: April 21-May 16, 2022

Mondays and Thursdays, 6:30-8:30pm Eastern, via Zoom

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There is no prerequisite for this course. Class consists of 8 sessions held twice weekly on Monday and Thursday evenings. Participants will learn and practice the entire Cued American English system and will receive the tools needed to implement it independently.

Flyer for NVCSA Beginner Cued Speech Class

National Fall Board Meeting & Training Seminars

October 20-23, 2022

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March – May

Cued Speech Association of New England
Spring 2022 Online Classes, beginning late March

Introduction to Cued American English
Mondays, 6:00-8:00pm Eastern
March 28–May 2

Continuing Cueing: On the Road to Fluency
Thursdays, 6:30-8:00pm Eastern
March 24–May 12

Intermediate Cueing Skill Development
Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm Eastern
April 13–May 18

Cueing Practice Sessions for Advanced Cuers
Tuesdays, 6:30–8:30pm Eastern
March 8–April 12

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NCSA Webinar with Sarina Roffé – What is Cued Speech?

Join us for the first webinar, “What is Cued Speech” with Sarina Roffé on January 11, 2022, at 8 pm ET.

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NCSA’s logo Title: Join us for the first of our new webinar series! An image of a flyer. January Webinar Join us in this webinar and meet other new and experienced cures! What is Cued Speech January 11, 2022 at 8pm ET Sarina Roffé presents the how and why cueing was developed and why it is effective at increasing literacy among children who are deaf/hard of hearing. She will discuss how hearing children learn language and then reading as compared to the path for deaf children. In particular, communication in the home will be stressed as the foundation for literacy. In a 5-minute segment– “A Taste of Cued Speech,” participants will learn how words are put together with cues and how to read the Cued Speech chart. The presentation will include personal anecdotes, myths and opportunities for interactive discussions. CLTs will be provided. Contact Suhad Keblawi ( if any other accommodations are needed.

Cued Speech Association of New England
Winter 2022 Online Classes, beginning in January

Introduction to Cued American English
Thursdays, 6:00-8:00pm Eastern
January 6–February 10

Continuing Cueing for Beginning Cuers
Tuesdays, 6:30-8:00pm Eastern
January 4–February 22

Intermediate Cueing Skill-building
Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30pm Eastern
January 12–February 16

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