National Cued Speech Association

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Anyone who is a family member of a child with hearing loss or another communication challenge can learn the entire Cued Speech system for American English for free by signing up for the Cue College "Cue Family" program. Learn at your own pace using our self-study online course, "CS100 - Introduction to Cued American English" -- and get a free one-year membership in the NCSA. For more information and/or to register for our free Cue Family program, please visit: »

Anyone else who wants to learn to cue can visit » and choose to learn via the Cue College CS100 self-study course, our CS200 instructor-led course, and/or our interactive one-on-one Cue Tutor program.

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Spring 2020 Newsletter

Here's what's inside:

  • A Cue Kid with a lucky fin
  • The story of us
  • President's message
  • Renewed Vigor in the Cuemmunity: A Critical Time for Support
  • Ascension Parish Deaf Education Program Reunion
  • International Committee on the Adaptations of Cued Speech
  • TECUnit - New Board of Directors
  • NCSA Sponsors Cue Camps
  • Cue Camp 2020 Schedule
  • Thanks to Our NCSA Volunteers

Click to read the 2020 Newsletter »

All past newsletters, click here »

Cue Camp New England

Cue Camp New England

Four sections of adult beginner classes, one of which is taught in ASL.

Two sections of intermediate classes

CLT Mentor Program

A series of nine presentations, including one on bilingual (ASL/CAE) school programs.

Five evening panels / discussions including a deaf adult panel and two professional panels filled with lead TODs, CLTs, SLPs, and EIs.

Three Saturday night ("campfire") socials and one Thursday game night.

Kid's cue classes with activities and story time with cueing guest readers.

Click here for more information »
Click here to register online »

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Combined Federal Campaign

Federal and state employees, please support the Deaf Children's Literacy Project (DCLP) by donating to the Combined Federal Campaign using the code 12036.

Click here to make a donation on behalf of the DCLP »

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Cued Speech Job Postings Available

Apply now!

A variety of positions are available for cued language transliterators and teacher of the deaf/hard of hearing.

Click here to apply and or learn more »
Cued Language Job Opportunity


Testing, Evaluation & Certification Unit, Inc
The National Certifying Body for Cued Language Transliterators

Find below a PDF link to TECUnit's updated list of transliterators. The list only covers nationally certified transliterators who continue to pay their dues. And engage in the maintenance of CEHs and with the TECUnit.

This PDF list is not inclusive of all transliterators out there. Here it is, TECUnit list of transliterators »

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In The Media

  1. Northwestern University
    article & video

    Right To Cue:  Cued Speech helps deaf children improve communication

    An excellent article that provides a 360 degree view about the benefits of Cued Speech, complemented with top-down facts why this modality helps deaf and hard of hearing children stay ahead of the curve throughout their educations along with the acquision of vital skills and critical thinking needed for succeeding in life and throughout their careers. To read the article and related online video,
    click here! » »


The National Cued Speech Association supports effective communication, language development (international languages) and literacy in families with deaf, hard of hearing or learning disabled infants, children and youth through the use of Cued Speech.

What is Cued Speech

Cued Speech is a visual mode of communication in which mouth movements of speech combine with “cues” to make the sounds (phonemes) of traditional spoken languages look different. Cueing allows users who are deaf, hard of hearing or who have language / communication disorders to access the basic, fundamental properties of spoken languages through the use of vision.

The Latest Updates

  1. For Beginners: Stages in Cueing Fluency & Phases in Learning to Cue

    New Cuers - User-Friendly Guidelines

    These PDF documents, "Stages in Cueing Fluency" and "Phases in Learning to Cue" were carefully prepared, rehearsed and written by Barbara Williams-Scott, Betsy Kipila and Dr. Polly Earl as a resource to help beginner cuers have a better sense of their progress while learning to cue on their own.

    They are ready for download (courses, workshops, camps, students and teachers):

    "Stages in Cueing Fluency" (PDF) »

    “Phases in Learning to Cue” (PDF) »

  2. Discounted Student Membership Rates

    *High school, undergraduate, and graduate students* - a letter of full support from the NCSA. Membership for all students is now $10 a year - the form can be downloaded here! »

    If you would like to fill out the membership form online, click here »
  3. Excellent Resource - 'Cued Speech and Cued Language for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children'

    Order your copy of the scholarly tome Cued Speech and Cued Language for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

    Find this excellent, in-depth reference for audiologists, teachers and literacy scholars alike through the Cue Store at Cue College.»
  • Daily Cues - Figure out your cue notation!
  • Cue for You Transliterating Services - CLT Services
  • iBooks - Cued Speech
  • Help families in need for Cued Speech camps by donating to the Deaf Children's Literacy Project
  • Nuby, Inc - High Quality, Chemical Free Baby Products
  • Deaf Childrens Literacy Project champions literacy and phonetics for families of deaf and hard of hearing children
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