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Cued Speech

March 29, 2011 in Interpreting & Transliterating

Cued Speech is a mode of communication based on the phonemes and properties of traditionally spoken languages. Cueing allows users who are deaf or hard of hearing or who have language/communication disorders to access the basic, fundamental properties of spoken languages through the use of vision.(taken from the National Cued Speech Association’s website)    

Below is a list of local Cued Speech Transliterators who provide services in the metro DC area:

Ashley Elder
Email: ashrenee85@gmail.com
Phone: (571) 318-3491

Nichelle Wilson
Email: mrs_njwilson@yahoo.com
Phone: (571) 426-3747



National Cued Speech Association Logo

National Cued Speech Association
5619 McLean Drive
Bethesda, MD 20814-1021

Toll Free: 800-459-3529
Local: 301-915-8009
Email: info@cuedspeech.org

 

For Interpreters

March 15, 2011 in Interpreting & Transliterating

Welcome Interpreters!

This page is dedicated to all of you who provide services to the Northern Virginia deaf and hard of hearing community. We are fortunate to have two local professional organizations, Potomac Chapter RID and Virginia RID.  Both of these organizations offer workshops, discussions and local conferences.  Click on their logos on the right to see what awesome work each organization is doing!  Additionally, we are lucky to have the national organization, RID, located in Old Town Alexandria.  To visit their website, click on their logo:

www.pcrid.net

RID Logowww.rid.org

www.vrid.org

 For quick reference for clients and consumers, you can find all of the RID’s Standard Pratice Papers below:

 

Upcoming Workshops/Discussions

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