Definitions for cued speech
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a method of communication that combines lipreading with the use by the speaker of a system of hand gestures to clarify potentially ambiguous mouth movements.
Origin of cued speech:
Cued Speech is a system of communication used with and among deaf or hard-of-hearing people. It is a phonemic-based system which makes traditionally spoken languages accessible by using a small number of handshapes in different locations near the mouth, as a supplement to speechreading. It is now used with people with a variety of language, speech, communication, and learning needs.
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