Portuguese Cued Speech

Português Falado Complementado is the name of the Portuguese adaptations of Cued Speech. Slightly different adaptations exist for the dialects spoken in Brazil and Portugal. Handshapes are refered to as chaves (keys) and vowels are vogais.

Lisbon Conference 

In October 2005, the conference, Desenvolvimento da Linguagem e Aquisição da Leitura Os Surdos e a Língua Portuguesa: a Ajuda do Cued Speech (Language Development and Reading Acquisition for the Deaf and the Portuguese Language: The Help of Cued Speech).

External Links

PFC - a website in portuguese put together by David Lucio of Portugal. It provides history, examples, and charts for both Brazilian and Continental Portugese.