CLT Position (MA)

By Tom Shull | Monday, May 28, 2018

Seeking a full-time contract sign language interpreter or cued speech transliterator for our Designated Healthcare Interpreter (DI) position starting July 2nd for a medical resident in Massachusetts. This is a unique residency in that it will not entail ... [read more]

We Moved! But Nobody Told Us

By Tom Shull | Monday, Jan. 9, 2017

Our outage on January 8th and 9th was due to the fact that our hosting company migrated our site to another server. This caused a series of problems for users. Unfortunately, we weren't notified about the move. (This new server better have a pool and a fitness center.) As of this writing, the search function is still not operating. Sorry for the inconvenience. We're monitoring and will work to make sure we're back at 100% asap.

France Taking Cueing to the Beach

By Tom Shull | Monday, April 11, 2016

France's annual Cued Speech learning retreat, or stage d'été, is heading to the beach. The Association de Langage Parlé Complété which advocates and teaches the French Adaptation of Cued Speech announced [more]

Back to Africa

By Tom Shull | Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016

Once again a group of American cuers will travel to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to teach cueing at schools for the deaf. On this, the third trip to Africa, the scope has been expanded. [Read More]

New Feature: Adaptive Notation for Phonetic Transcription

By Tom Shull | Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016

One of our favorite aspects of DailyCues is that you select your pronunciation symbols and examples throughout the site adapt to you. That system just got even better. [Read More.]

Calling On All Native Deaf Cuers

By Suhad Keblawi | Monday, Jan. 4, 2016

Help us celebrate the 50th anniversary of Cued Speech and we will celebrate you!

New Online CS Class Offered at Gallaudet University!

By Amy Crumrine | Monday, Dec. 21, 2015

Gallaudet University is excited to present its first online Cued Speech class starting Jan 19, 2016. Please see the attached link for more details! Thanks! Amy Crumrine

Cued English Dictionary Hits New Milestone

By Tom Shull | Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015

The most comprehensive resource for how-to-cue words just got comprehensiver. Well, you know what we mean. The Cued English Dictionary crossed over 140,000 entries this week. Common dialects... [read more]

Introducing... the New CLT Symbol!

By Logan Waddell | Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015

A glance into the process behind the creation of the CLT symbol! Yep, that's a thing now.

Coalition for Global Hearing Health Conference Invites Talk on Cued Amharic

By Tom Shull | Monday, Sept. 14, 2015

Attendees to the 2015 Coalition for Global Hearing Health Conference will get an overview of the newest adaptation of cueing.