Reasons For Choosing Cued Speech

by Polly Earl and Pam Beck reasons-for-choosing-cued-speech The first time Salena Ashton heard about Cued Speech was from an educator of the deaf in Texas. Her then newborn daughter, Rachel, was born with Treacher-Collins syndrome and bilateral microtia and atresia. Since she had essentially no outer ears and no openings to her ear canals, she had no access to sound for learning language. Rachel underwent extensive surgeries Continue reading