Cued Speech is a visual medium, therefore there must be a means of expression within this medium. CueEverything strives to establish itself as a pioneer in the area of Cue Media.
With the 50th anniversary of Cued Speech in 2016 coming up, CueEverything has a goal of establishing a digital library of Cue Media that is accessible to the public.
CueEverything believes in the power of social media and visual art as a means of expressing the essence of Cued Speech as it is, a visual mode of spoken language.
With Cued Speech, we can access the language that drives our society’s economic and social engines. Spoken language traditionally has been a challenge for people with hearing loss due to the nature of speech perception being dependent on auditory discrimination.
Cued Speech equalizes the playing field for everyone, regardless of hearing status.
it is CueEverything’s belief that inclusion in the family unit is the most critical factor for language and literacy development. Cued Speech allows the family to convey their native spoken language in two modes simultaneously.
Dr. Cornett’s main goal was to improve the literacy rates of deaf and hard of hearing children. He came to the conclusion that it was critical to have visual access to spoken language as it was intended to be comprehended, at the phonemic level. Cued Speech was designed for the purpose of exposing children to the inherent structure of spoken language, phoneme for phoneme.