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On Cue: Spring 2020, Volume 32 Issue 1

Articles in this issue include: A Cue Kid with a Lucky Fin, by Kellie Hetler The Story of Us, by Anna Stopher President’s Message, Anne Huffman Renewed Vigor in the Cuemunnity: A Critical Time for Support Ascension Parish Deaf Education Program Reunion International Committee on the Adaptations of Cued Speech, by Tom Shull TECUnit New […]

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Teacher Overcomes Late Start in English by Focusing on the Solution

By Barbara Brite Lee When presented with a challenge – three new 7-year-old profoundly deaf students who were seriously language delayed – Julie Russell, a 26-year veteran teacher of the deaf, looked beyond the problem and focused on a long term solution, a solution that included using Cued Speech. In the summer of 2000, Julie […]

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Cued Speech & Down Syndrome

By Pamela H. Beck Speech pathologists were the first persons — beginning in the early 1980’s — to begin using Cued Speech with children with Down Syndrome and other developmental disabilities. Parents and educators followed their lead. This author has experience with three children with Down Syndrome, two boys six years old and a girl […]

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Cued Speech and Autism, Pervasive Developmental Disorders

By Pamela H. Beck Cued Speech has been and is being used with children who have autism and other Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD), as one part of individualized packages of special services. Does Cued Speech make sense for communication disorders due to Pervasive Developmental Disorders? The answer is yes. For what purpose does one use […]

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Cued Speech for Special Children

By Pamela Beck Cued Speech is used with children with and without hearing loss for a variety of purposes, such as accelerating the learning phonics or speech or language instruction. The children may be typical children or have autism, apraxia, cerebral palsy, deaf-blindness, developmental disabilities or other learning needs. Our most special children are those […]

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Speech-Language Pathologist Uses Cued Speech for Hearing Children

By Anne Marie Dziekonski Carla Davidson is a speech-language pathologist at Longridge Elementary School in Greece, NY (near Rochester). She uses Cued Speech on a daily basis while providing therapy to with children who are not deaf or hard-of-hearing. Carla learned to cue eight years ago and has not stopped since! She became fluent in […]

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Cued Speech: Getting Started

By Sarina Roffé Over the years I’ve taught many people Cued Speech and I’ve always found that when people leave class, or cue camp or wherever they have learned cueing, that they need several things to get started using CS successfully. I’ve seen people fail miserably, mostly because they don’t use it; and I’ve seen […]

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Cued Speech Research Findings

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