Cued Speech: Guide

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Cochlear Implant Users

Cued Speech and Cochlear Implants: Powerful Partners - Smith, J., (2006) full text 


Cued Speech and the Reception of Spoken Language - Nicholls, G. H., Ling Mcgill, D., (1982)  abstract 


Cued Speech for Enhancing Speech Perception and First Language Development of Children with Cochlear Implants - Leybaert, J., LaSasso, C. J., (2010)  abstract 


Cued Speech in the stimulation of communication: an advantage in cochlear implantation - Descourtieux, C., Groh, V., Rusterholtz, A., Simoulin, I., Busquet, D., (1999)  abstract 


Effects of English Cued Speech on Speech Processing and Literacy: A single case study - Bladel, J., Rees, R., (1989) abstract 


From 1-word to 2-words with cochlear implant and cued speech: A case study - Moreno-Torres, I., Torres, S., (2008)  abstract 


Influence of communication mode on speech intelligibility and syntactic structure of sentences in profoundly hearing-impaired French children implanted between 5 and 9 years of age. - Vieu, A., Mondain, M., Blanchard, K., Sillon, M., Reuillard-Artieres, F., Tobey, E., Uziel, A., Piron, J. P., (1998)  abstract 


Reading and Reading-Related Skills in Children Using Cochlear Implants: Prospects for the Influence of Cued Speech Bouton, S., Bertoncini, J., Serniclaes, W., Cole, P., (2011)  abstract 


Research into profoundly deaf children’s English language comprehension and expression, Marilyn Peterson, The Cued Speech  Resource Book for Parents of Deaf Children by Dr R Orin Cornett, Ph.D. & Mary Elsie Daisey, M.Ed.