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Cued Speech

Cued Speech is a mode of communication using the mouth and hand to visually distinguish the building blocks (phonemes) of a spoken language to promote the development of language and literacy visually for those who do not receive sufficient input through listening or assistive devices. The cues represent the phonemes of English language.


For more information about Cued Speech click on this link:

Hands & Voices Communication Considerations: Cued Speech




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