Deaf Access Services

2014 Buffalo Bills Fundraiser

The Buffalo Bills support Deaf Access Services! Click on link below and use code GPUW for discounted seats to the game on November 30.

Limit is 25 tickets. Deaf Access Services will receive a portion of ticket price to fund our programs! Way To Go Bills!

#WNYDAS #GOBILLS

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Our office is located inside the Tri-Main Building (Suite 446) on Main Street in Buffalo, NY. Our office is open Monday through Friday from 9:00am – 4:00pm.

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________________________________________________________  News & Notes:

JOB OPENING: Scheduling Coordinator Job Description
(NEW)Deaf Access Services Names New Executive Director
(NEW)News Article in Buffalo News City & Region
News Article in Buffalo Business First
DAS Insider September 2014 – Newsletter
DAS Insider – August 2014 Newsletter
DAS Releases Fall ASL Schedule
DAS Insider – July 2014 Newsletter
ASL Classes Start July 8 & July 15
DAS Officially Changes Name – Active 6.23.14
Letter To The DAS Community 3.20.14
DAS Newsletter – September 2013
DAS Newsletter – June 2013
Closed Captioning – Movie Theatres
DAS Board President Receives Award
DAS is Hiring American Sign Language Interpreters
DAS Newsletter – March 2013
Erie County – Visor Cards Help Deaf Drivers Deal With Law Enforcement

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Are you… 

-A member of the Deaf community in need of a job?
-An individual, business, or organization who needs to hire a sign language Interpreter?
-In need of support advocating for yourself in the community?
-Hard of Hearing or Late-Deafened looking for support?
-Interested in learning American Sign Language?
-A parent, daycare employee, or childcare provider interested in taking Baby Sign Language Classes?
-A Student/Young professional interesting in learning more about the Deaf Community?

Then Deaf Access Services is the place for YOU!

Deaf Access Services (DAS) is focused on providing outstanding service and helping the Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing communities come together through Advocacy, Sign Language, Community Education, Employment, Technology Assistance, Communication Skills, and Interpreting Services that promote equal access.

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