Growing up with Cued Speech – a case study by Rachel Towsend, written for the NDCS in 2009/10.

True bilingualism – An article, written in December 2005 by Cate Calder, who has worked in the field of deafness, primarily interpreting, for 15 years. Cate now works part-time as the Educational Development Officer for the Cued Speech Association. She takes a look at how deaf children could become truly bilingual.

Cued English at the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education – An article written by Cate Calder for the BAToD Magazine May 2008 issue. How much can late and limited exposure to Cued Speech be of bebefit to signing deaf students?

Cued Speech – Why do we leave it so neglected? – An article by Ron Hilton, a deafened adult, for the National Association of Deafened People magazine in September 2005 on the difficulties of lipreading. He says that ‘For a lot of lip readers, something to provide a few more clues would be very welcome.’ Cued Speech can solve the problem.

Cueing with language disordered children – 15 years on – Ann Clarke, Speech and Language Therapist, Thornfield House School, Belfast. Published in our Autumn 2005 Newsletter.

Cochlear implantation and Cued Speech internationally – Anne Worsfold, Executive Director, Cued Speech Association UK. ‘How can we ensure that implanted children reach their potential? Research and case studies from Europe and America suggest that the early and constant use of Cued Speech by family members and professionals can significantly improve the children’s ability to benefit from the implant.’ Published in BAToD Magazine March 2005.

A View From Two Decades – Jane Smith, Communication Specialist, Montgomery County MD Schools, USA. Published in our Summer 2004 Newsletter.

How Cued English Impacts Learning to read and Write English for Deaf/Hard of Hearing Students – Karen Stene Doenges – 2003.

Cued Speech in Spain – From La Palabra Complementada [LPC or Cued Speech] to the Modelo Oral Complementada (MOC) – Santiago Torres (Honorary Professor, University of Malaga) and María José Ruiz Casas (Head of Speech Therapy, MOC Services, University of Malaga). Successful use of Cued Speech within an educational model which uses Cued Speech to complement oral practices.

FIAPAS PRIZE 2002 – Modelo Oral Complementado (Complemented Oral Model) – Summary of the Investigation by Santiago Torres Monreal and Group in Investigative Psycholinguistics, and María José Ruiz and Group in Intervention in Hearing Deficiencies.

Memory or memories: how can the child accumulate linguistic information…and use it – Brigitte Charlier – 3rd European LPC congress, Bruxelles 2-3 February 2002.

LPC research – LPC’s impact on the development of deaf children: The deaf child’s discovery of spoken language – Text by Nadine Cochard (Paediatric Unity of cochlea implants – CHU/CESDA Toulouse).

Sustaining an effective sign bilingual (BSL/English) environment in the family setting of a pre-school profoundly deaf child: a case for using Cued Speech? An article written from both a parents and teachers views, written by Sarah Collinson and Paul Gogue, and first published in the BATOD Magazine in April 2002.

The ‘Dumbing Down’ of Language – Sarina Roffe – and article for the NCSA – 2001.

Our success with Cued Speech and Auditory Neuropathy – a case study by Deanne and Judd Grafe.

Cued Speech – a case study –  by Anne Worsfold – October 2000.

Adapting Cued Speech to Additional Languages – Dr. Orin Cornett – for the NCSA journal in 1994.

Research into profoundly deaf children’s English language comprehension and expression – Marilyn Peterson article from 1991.

Use of Internal Speech in Reading by Hearing and Hearing-Impaired Students in Oral, Total Communication, and CS Programs – Jean E Wandel, unpublished doctorate dissertation in 1989/90