Organizations These organizations have
been highlighted because they specifically address Cued Speech related
issues and are highly regarded in there fields.
:: Research & Published Papers This
is a brief compilation of Cued Speech papers and research provides
a beginning for those who seek academic resources regarding cueing
and cued languages. For a more complete guide to research contact
the Cued Language
Network of America (CLNA).
:: What is Cued Speech? Here
you will find a basic description of the Cued Speech system, the
purposes behind its development, key definitions and some analogies
to American Sign Language (ASL).
:: Code of Conduct This
document by Fleetwood and Metzger contains the guiding principles
for the field of cued language transliteration.
:: Code of Ethics These
tenets were devised by the Registry of Interpreter's for the Deaf
for the profession of signed language interpretation. This profesional
code serves as one tenet of the Cued Language Transliterator Code