National Cued Speech Association

Key Words: Deaf Education Information, Organizations

Cued Speech is a visual communication system which, in English, uses eight handshapes in four locations ("cues") in combination with the natural mouth movements of speech to make all the sounds of spoken language look different.

If you would like more information on Cued Speech, contact the National Cued Speech Association at:


4245 East Avenue
Rochester NY 14618
Phone: 716-389-2776
Fax: 716-586-2452
E-mail: NCSA@naz.edu

For a publications catalog on Cued Speech contact:


NCSA at Cued Speech Discovery
Information Services/ Bookstore
V/tty 1-800-459-3529
E-mail: CuedSpDisc@aol.com

The official NCSA web page is under development.

Uploaded by: Jodi Gray/KSU/Deaf Education Major