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‘On Cue’ Newsletter: January 2016 (Winter), 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’ Newsletter: Summer 2017, Volume 28 Issue 1

Freedom to Communicate: A Parent’s Advocacy By Hend Ibrahim I always assumed that deaf people communicated through sign language and thought it was a universal language. So when my husband Sanjar and I first learned that our third child, Adam, had Usher Syndrome type 2C and was profoundly deaf in his left ear, I began […]

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‘On Cue’ Newsletter: Spring 2018, Volume 30 Issue 1

A Deaf Mother’s Perspective on Bilingual Education By Beckie Perkins I first learned about Cued Speech when I met with Amy Crumrine when she was working in Rochester, NY and we were living there at that time. She shared information with me on Cued Speech/cued English. I had that in my head for a while. […]

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‘On Cue’ Newsletter: Winter 2019, Volume 31 Issue 1

NCHAM Survey Shows Cued Speech Use Nationwide By Benjamin Lachman The National Center for Hearing Assessment and Management (NCHAM), which was responsible for the creation of the Early Hearing Detection and Intervention (EHDI) framework that is currently responsible for a large chunk of Early Intervention (EI) services for children who are deaf or hard of […]

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‘On Cue’ Newsletter: Spring 2020, Volume 32 Issue 1

A Cue Kid With A Lucky Fin By Kellie Hetler At our 20-week     ultrasound, my husband, Joe,  and  I  found  out  that  our  daughter  would  be  born   missing   both   radius    bones    and    several  fingers.  As we   processed   this   news, we   realized   how    grateful    we    were  to  have  found  this  out  in  advance  so   that   we   […]

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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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