0 to 3 years
With a deaf baby or a young child, you use Cued Speech just as you would use ordinary speech with a hearing baby.
4 years +
Many school-age deaf children will benefit from Cued Speech use – for some it will be vital.
Cued Speech can be of real benefit to adults with a hearing loss by giving full access to spoken language.
Information, Training and Resources for Professionals.
Poetry made truly visible
Today Cued Speech UK is celebrating National Poetry Day! This celebration of poetry takes place every October, generating an explosion of activity nationwide, with thousands of amazing events across the UK – in schools, libraries, bookshops and hospitals, on buses, trains and boats – all celebrating poetry’s power to bring people together. 2019 is the 25thRead more
One song and three ways to sing it – visually!
This amazing video shows how language can be made visual in three different ways, for deaf people to enjoy a beautiful song: A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. When you watch this video, you might be forgiven for thinking the three performers are all using signs and gestures, hand-shapes and movements in the same way.Read more
BBC Look North report on Eve Winter
Lythe School pupil, Eve Winter, has become the youngest person ever to sit a Cued Speech exam at 11 years old. Not only is she the youngest but she is even in the top 5% of successful candidates. Take a look at this news report about Eve Winter’s success with Cued Speech: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EwCGgn6Wjs Why don’tRead more