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Building Language in Babies and Toddlers Who Are Deaf

Cued Speech builds language and an internal understanding of a spoken language. So when we cue to our children, we are providing the building blocks for language, communication and ultimately literacy. Building language in babies and toddlers who are deaf and hard of hearing is as simple as just cueing, the same way a parent […]

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Language In Yields Language Out

By Sarina Roffé The most important advice I received as the parent of a deaf baby was that to build language, I had to talk talk talk for months and months before my child would show signs of understanding language and it would be even more time before he would express language. The basic concept […]

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On Cue: Winter 2022, Volume 34, Issue 1

Volume 34, Issue 1, Winter 2022 Articles in this issue include: Introducing Cue With Me! – Children’s Kits Making Spoken Language Clear For Learning to Read: Cued Speech or Visual Phonics? President’s Message The Journey of a Bilingual Family to Cueing The Opus of Our Childhood Leveling the Playing Field: Advocating for Deaf/Hard of Hearing […]

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DCLP

Free DCLP Parent Kits for Families New to Cueing

Families new to cueing can sign up for a free Deaf Children’s Literacy Project (DCLP) Parent Kit. The quarterly subscription box includes: NCSA membership, Free access to an online Cued American English course, A personalized letter, Cued American English articles, the NCSA newsletter, cue charts and research, Language-building ideas, An invitation for optional one-on-one family […]

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On Cue: Spring 2021, Volume 33, Issue 1

Volume 33, Issue 1, Spring 2021 Articles in this issue include: Introducing – DCLP Parent Kits President’s Message Groundbreaking New Collaboration – Cued Speech and EHDI NCSA Launches New Website Free On-Call Remote Cued Language Transliterator (CLT) Services In Memoriam: Michael Poore, Ian Fournier, and Josh Libby New England Cued Speech Journey (reprint from April […]

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On Cue: Winter 2016, Volume 28 Issue 1

Volume 28 Issue 1 Winter 2016 Articles included in this issue: President’s Message 50th Anniversary of Cued Speech Conference CLEAR: The Future of NCSA Advocacy It All Started with Cheese: A Story of Language Cornett Scholarship Winner Roars At Auburn NCSA Accepting College Scholarship Applications NCSA Collaborates with H&V on Cued Mandarin NCSA Board approves […]

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On Cue: Summer 2017, Volume 28 Issue 1

Freedom to Communicate: A Parent’s Advocacy, by Hend Ibrahim A Registered Nurse Shows Appreciation for Cued Speech, by Amber Hsu neé Kimball, as told to Hannah Mann President’s Message: Welcoming A New Board, by Anne Huffman NCSA Announces 2017-2020 Board Slate Kindergarten Readiness for Deaf Children Bilingualism – ASL and Cued English: A Position Statement […]

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On Cue: Spring 2018, Volume 30 Issue 1

Articles included: A Deaf Mother’s Perspective on Bilingual Education, by Beckie Perkins Advocating for a Cued Language Transliterator at Work, by Rachel McAnallen President’s Message: Welcoming a New Board, by Anne Huffman Why Cued Language is a Great Thing for Cued Speech, by Claire Klossner Implementing a Bilingual ASL/Cued Language Program, by Kitri Kyllo Cue […]

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On Cue: Winter 2019, Volume 31 Issue 1

NCHAM Survey Shows Cued Speech Use Nationwide, by Benjamin Lachman Why Parents Should Cue At Home, by Dr. Donna Morere President’s Message, by Anne Huffman Which Is Better, Cued Speech or ASL? by Joan Boddicker NCSA Advocacy Position Statement: Kindergarten Readiness for Deaf Children NCSA Awards 2018 College Scholarships NCSA Outreach at State and National […]

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