Académie Internationale sur les Adaptations du «Cued»
The Académie Internationale sur les Adaptations du «Cued» (AISAC) oversees the adaptations of Cued Speech to the world’s spoken languages. The mission of AISAC is to make every language visual. It aims to: (1) Update and publish charts; (2) Incorporate the International Phonetic Alphabet; (3) Centralize access to materials; (4) Review and certify new adaptations ensuring compliance with Cornett’s principles; (5) Publish guidelines and support the adaptation of cueing to new languages; and (6) Survey and track cueing use worldwide.
Cued Speech Association of New England (CSANE) is an affiliate of the NCSA. CSANE hosts Cue Camp Mechuwana, an annual summer camp in Winthrop, Maine, where families and professionals can gather in a beautiful lakeside setting to learn to cue or improve cueing skills, meet other cuers; or to learn how cueing is being used […]
Alexander Graham Bell Montessori School (AGBMS-AEHI) is an affiliate of the NCSA. AGBMS-AEHI first opened their doors in 1986 as Northwestern Montessori School. The school began with a small group of parents of deaf and hard of hearing children and educators in Chicago. Many of these families had moved from New York, Oklahoma, and Minnesota and used […]
The North Carolina Cued Speech Association (NCCSA) is an affiliate of the NCSA. NCCSA supports individuals, families and professionals through their Cued Speech journey by providing educational information, workshops, and social events. Every May the NCCSA co-hosts Spring Camp Cheerio, a weekend camp in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. The family camp […]