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Cued Speech

Cued Speech is a sound-based visual communication system which, in English, uses eight handshapes in four different locations (“cues”) in combination with the natural mouth movements of speech, to make all the sounds of spoken language look different.

National Cued Speech Association

Non-profit membership organization founded in 1982 to promote and support the effective use of Cued Speech; raises awareness of Cued Speech and its applications, provide educational services, assist local affiliate chapters, establish standards for Cued Speech and certify Cued Speech instructors and transliterators


Valuable resources and online forums

Cued Language Network of America

National advocacy and support organization for parents and professionals who use Cued Speech. Contact CLNA for information, resources, advice, materials, or to learn cued English.

Cued Speech Materials by Cafepress.com

Fun Cued Speech t-shirts, mugs, stickers, buttons, and more. These fun items are great for Cued Speech instructors to motivate students. They are also just a cool way to show your enthusiasm for Cued Speech.

Cued Speech Information

This site contains answers to Frequently Asked Questions and listings of resources within the Cued Speech community. This site features a piece serving to remember the life of Dr. R. Orin Cornett.

Gaining Cued Speech Proficiency

Information guide by Walter J. Beaupre that includes instructions and practice exercises.

Deaf Education Options: Cued Speech

Description, benefits, and disadvantages to Cued Speech