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Speech Association of Minnesota (CSAM)
Minnesota Department of Education
Minnesota Resource Center: Deaf/Hard
of Hearing Division
PO Box 308
615 Olof Hanson Dr.
Faribault MN 55021-0308
657-3936 or (507) 332-5491
The Resource Center
offers a variety of services. The Resource
Center is part of the Minnesota Department
of Education and is located on the campus of
the Minnesota State Academy for the Deaf.
Users can access the library inventory of
media in print and videotapes.
Minnesota Department of Human Services –
Deaf & Hard of Hearing Services
444 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, MN 55155
651-297-1316, TTY 651-297-1313, fax
Minnesota Hands & Voices @ Lifetrack Resources
University Ave, St. Paul, MN 55104-4804
(651) 265-2435 or (866) DHOHKID
The Family Support
Connection’s mission is to
provide a variety of support services to
families of children who have been recently
diagnosed as deaf or hard of hearing. They
also provide a variety of services to
families who have known of their child's hearing loss for some time. They have a
loan library which includes tapes, books and
Parent Advocacy Coalition for Education
8161 Normandale Blvd, Minneapolis, MN 55437
800-537-2237, 952-838-9000, TTY
952-838-0190, fax 952-838-0199
Language Network of America
Hands and Voices
PO Box 371926
Denver, CO 80237
866-422-0422 or 303-300-9763
National Cued Speech Association
5619 McLean Drive
Bethesda, MD 20814-1021
Cued Speech Association UK
NCSA's International Listings www.cuedspeech.org/sub/about/around_world.asp
is a fourteen minute video from the
Cued Speech Association.
Hearing and Deaf parents discuss how and why
they chose to communicate using Cued
American English with their child(ren).
Additional National Cued Speech Association
information about NCSA, "Learning Cued Speech," "What
is Cued Speech," and "Cued Children's
offers advice for parents in their
Launching Young Readers.
You can also find children's stories told in
American Sign Language and cued English (as
presented by Daniel Koo):
Click, Clack Moo
Joseph Had a Little Overcoat
A PBS Reading Rockets special, "A Chance to
Read," featuring a segment called
of Literacy". The segment about cueing
includes an interview with Dr. Daniel Koo, a
cognitive scientist who is deaf and grew up
with cued English and now also uses American
Sign Language for communication. The
segment also focuses on the Intermediate
District 917 Program for Learners Who are
Deaf or Hard of Hearing at Gideon Pond
Elementary in Burnsville, Minnesota and its
bilingual model utilizing both cued/spoken
English and American Sign Language. While
the segment features some brief interviews
and clips of staff and students, the real
"stars" and focus of the segment are a
student named Jedidiah Figueroa, and his
mother, Janet Figueroa.
The short film,
"Breaking the Code: Unlocking the Cue-rriculum",
was created as a commemorative film of Dr.
Cornett and as an educational documentary.
It was premiered at the NCSA's 40th
Anniversary Gala in 2006 by producers
Jennifer Bien and Alina Mills.
Center for Disease Control - “A parent’s
guide to hearing loss"
This link shows a family using Cued Speech,
however, there is not sound.
Events/Classes & Information
Language Network of America
Language Network of Utah
Cued Speech Association
Products & Services
Cued Speech gifts.
Cued Speech Discovery
The bookstore of the National Cued Speech
Association. offering a broad
range of books, teaching manuals, CDs and
DVDs, materials for learning in other
languages, charts, games, computer
activities, gifts, research resources, etc.
23970 Hermitage Rd
Cleveland, OH 44122
(877) 283-2030 v/tty
Language Matters Inc
Language, Cued Language, and Spoken Language
Programs, Products, and Services
Center for the Study of Learning
This site describes the Cued speech system,
offers advantages of the method, and links
to online related articles and information.
Gaining CS Proficiency
The instructional book by Dr.
Walter Beaupré which has been put online in
its entirety with lessons, advice, and
Testing Evaluation and Certification Unit
The Testing, Evaluation, and Certification
Unit is responsible for establishing and
maintaining national standards for the
profession of cued language transliteration.