19th ANNUAL EARLY HEARING DETECTION & INTERVENTION MEETING
March 8-10, 2020 • Kansas City, MO

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3/06/2019  |   8:00 AM - 3:00 PM   |  The Basics of Understanding Cued Speech   |  Florence

The Basics of Understanding Cued Speech

This Interactive Workshop will provide an overview of Cued Speech by presenting what Cued Speech is, how and why it was developed, including a discussion of current research about Cued Speech and literacy and language learning. Participants will understand the elements of language, how Cued Speech works with cochlear implants, and the role of the family in language development. A segment will also include an overview of the adult deaf cueing community and how they function in society. The presenters will discuss how hearing children learn language and then reading as compared to the path for deaf children. In particular, communication in the home will be stressed as the foundation for literacy. In a 30 minute segment of the workshop – “A Taste of Cued Speech,” participants will learn how words are put together with cues and how to read the Cued Speech chart. The presentation will include video segments, anecdotes, and opportunities for interactive discussions. We will discuss some common myths about cueing, as well as how it can be integrated into Listening and spoken language and /or ASL programs. The session will end with resources on how to learn Cued Speech, as well as handouts.

  • Discuss the role of the family in language development.
  • idenitfy research relating to the benefits of Cued Speech
  • understand how cueing can support the acquisition of listening and spoken language and/or ASL

Presentation:
18878_10200SarinaRoffe.pdf

Handouts:
Handout is not Available

Transcripts:
CART transcripts are NOT YET available, but will be posted shortly after the conference


Presenters/Authors

Sarina Roffe (), National Cued Speech Association, sroffe@cuedspeech.org;
Sarina Roffé is the parent of a native cuer, past president and current Executive Director of the NCSA. An award-winning journalist, she is the subject and author of many articles on deaf education, parenting and the importance of English language in the development of literacy skills. She has presented before national audiences. Her presentation style is interactive, combining a professional presentation with personal anecdotes.


ASHA DISCLOSURE:

Financial -
No relevant financial relationship exist.

Nonfinancial -
No relevant nonfinancial relationship exist.

Polly Earl (), NCSA, pearl@cuedspeech.org;
Dr. Earl has worked with children who are deaf and hard of hearing for 38 years, including work as a speech/language pathologist, teacher, and special education consultant. Polly has degrees in Speech Pathology and Audiology, and Deaf Education. She received her Doctorate in Special Education from the University of Cincinnati in 2006. Since first meeting Dr. R. Orin Cornett in 1978, Polly has supported the use of Cued Speech with children and adults who are deaf and hard of hearing to provide clear and consistent access to spoken languages. She is Chair of the 34 member Academic Advisory Council for the National Cued Speech Association. Polly currently works as an Outreach Consultant for the Maine Education Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing in Fort Fairfield and also teaches Language Development and ASL as Adjunct Faculty at the University of Maine in Presque Isle.


ASHA DISCLOSURE:

Financial -
No relevant financial relationship exist.

Nonfinancial -
No relevant nonfinancial relationship exist.