Here’s what’s inside: A Cue Kid with a lucky fin The story of us President’s message Renewed Vigor in the Cuemmunity: A Critical Time for Support Ascension Parish Deaf Education Program Reunion International Committee on the Adaptations of Cued Speech TECUnit – New Board of Directors NCSA Sponsors Cue Camps Cue Camp 2020 Schedule Thanks […]Read Entry
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October 8 – October 11 in Rome, Maine Join the Cued Speech Association of Maine at Camp ILA— that’s Camp for visual language Instruction, Literacy, & Access—at the fully ADA-accessible Pine Tree Camp in Rome, Maine, Friday, October 8, through Monday, October 11. Camp ILA is the creation of Nicole Dobson, MS, CCC-SLP, InsCert, with the Cued Speech Association […]Read Entry
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Anyone who is a family member of a child with hearing loss or another communication challenge can learn the entire Cued Speech system for American English for free by signing up for the Cue College “Cue Family” program. Learn at your own pace using our self-study online course, “CS100 – Introduction to Cued American English” […]Read Entry
NUBY Launches International Corporate Responsibility Program to Benefit Deaf Children’s Literacy Project September 13, 2012— Monroe, LA – The privately-held Nuby™ baby products company announced this week that its new corporate responsibility program will benefit the Deaf Children’s Literacy Project (DCLP) of the National Cued Speech Association. Nuby™ has placed the DCLP logo on most […]Read Entry
NCSA Awards 2010 Cornett Memorial Scholarship to Michael McAllister May 3, 2010—Bethesda, MD—The National Cued Speech Association (NCSA) announces the award of the R. Orin Cornett Memorial Scholarship to Michael McAllister (North Carolina). The R. Orin Cornett Scholarship Fund, which supports qualified individuals who are deaf and hard of hearing in their post-secondary endeavors, makes […]Read Entry
NCSA Introduces Pro Lacrosse Player Paul Rabil as National Spokesman July 6, 2009—Bethesda, MD—The National Cued Speech Association is pleased to introduce professional lacrosse player Paul Rabil as its first National Spokesman. Rabil is one of the premier professional lacrosse players in the world and is hard of hearing. Thus, he understands all too well […]Read Entry