cued speech


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cued speech

a system of communication with a person with profound hearing impairment in which handshapes are used to cue sounds to supplement spoken language.
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cued speech

(kyūd spēch)
A system of communication with a person with profound hearing impairment in which handshapes are used to cue sounds to supplement spoken language.
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cued speech

Communicating using both lip reading and manual gestures made near the mouth. It is used to help the hearing impaired to clarify the difference between words that are otherwise easily misinterpreted during speech reading.
See also: speech
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Unlike the statutory definition just described, here a dear differentiation of language (e.g., ASL, English) and mode of communication (e.g., signed English, cued speech, aural/oral communication) are made.
* National Cued Speech Association 23970 Hermitage Road Shaker Heights, OH 44122
If the auditory-verbal approach doesn't work for her, we'll try something more visual, like cued speech or sign language.
Other publications aiming for speech production reported different approaches, such as the Cued Speech, adopted by Torres, Moreno-Torres e Santana (36).