In 1984, Cue Camp Cheerio was founded by a small group of parents and professionals involved with the Cued Speech Center in Raleigh, North Carolina. What started out with a group of 50 people on a snowy, cold weekend turned into a camp that serves approximately 200 people every year. Film Director Aaron Rose grew up going to Cue Camp Cheerio every year until high school in 2000. Upon returning to Camp Cheerio in 2005, Rose realized that the camp attendance was low as many cuers had stopped going to camp because they were living their adult lives and many parents had no reason to come back without their children. What happened then was a surge of attendance and ever since then, the new iteration of Cue Camp Cheerio, Spring Camp Cheerio, ended up having its strongest attendance in years. 2014 serves as the 30th anniversary of Cue Camp Cheerio and Cue Cognatio has volunteered its media production services to produce a video showcasing the history of the camp. In addition to the video, Cue Cognatio will also be at Spring Camp Cheerio to film for a feature film documentary that explores the origins of the camp and how it has evolved over the years into what it is today.