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If you or a loved one suffers from deafness, what methods are available to help you or your child excel in language and literacy skills?
Most people have heard of Sign Language and Cochlear Implants.
But what about Cued Speech? Have YOU ever heard of it?
If so, you're in the minority. This hidden communication system helps deaf children excel right next to their hearing peers through a series of hand shapes and positions around the mouth representing all phonemes of speech -- consonants and vowels. The results are amazing!
Our guest, Sandy Mosetick, has witnessed the transforming power of Cued Speech on her daughter Rachel, who was born with deafness, and now is an honor roll student in college. Sandy's good friend, Mary Ann Lachman founded the A.G. Bell Montessori School and AEHI, Alternatives In Education For the Hearing Impaired.
As the President Emeritus of A.G. Bell Montessori School (AGBMS) and Alternatives In Education For the Hearing Impaired (AEHI). Sandy will share some of the success stories about Cued Speech. The A.G. Bell Montessori School is the only Montessori school in the United States, mainstreaming deaf and hearing peers together through Cued Speech.
Get ready to discover the positive impact on countless children made through Cued Speech at A.G. Bell Montessori and its counterpart, AEHI. To learn more, visit: www.aehi.org.
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