Cued Speech

“On Cue” Newsletter Articles on CCVA

The March Newsletter, “On Cue”, is available online. CCVA actually got quite a bit of attention in this latest edition.  Much of that is probably the influence of Aaron Rose who is quite the CCVA advocate.   His article on CCVA 2007 along with Silvia Lopez’s article on a native […]

Communicating with People Who Are Deaf

Americans with Disabilities ActADA Business BRIEF: Communicating with People Who Are Deaf or Hard of Hearing in Hospital Settings People who are deaf or hard of hearing use a variety of ways to communicate. Some rely on sign language interpreters or assistive listening devices; some rely primarily on written messages. […]

Interesting Article

Whole family signs up to help toddler A WHOLE family is taking steps to communicate with a profoundly deaf Gaywood toddler after taking a special course. Two-year-old Erin Vanhinsbergh’s mother Rachel Weir, grandmother Karen Wells and aunts Jenny Vanhinsbergh and Kelly Weir were taught how to “cue” on a course […]

A Personal View by Daniel Koo on Cued Speech

A Personal View by Daniel Koo (from America) Quote: ‘On the first day of school in September, 1982, I walked into a mainstreamed fifth grade class with a Cued Speech Transliterator (CST)* and since then have never looked back. Prior to that, I had been enrolled in oral programs […]

Cue Camp VA 2007

Yet another year of CCVA is over.  Held at the 4-H Center on the James River in Jamestown, VA, the site now feels quite comfortable and familiar.  Every year’s return to this event renews one’s passion to the use of Cued Speech as you mingle and mix with families.  I’m […]


Here’s a pic of Ray at Cue Camp Virginia in Jamestown.  He actually decided that he wanted to try to kayak.  He had a bit of a hard time figuring out how to make it go the direction he wanted to go, but he eventually began to get the hang […]