Is there someone in your life who could benefit from the services offered by Deaf Access Services?

Not only do we provide services for people in the Deaf Community who were born deaf or became deaf as children, we also assist Hard of Hearing individuals or those who have become deaf over time.

Any one in these category can receive assistance with the following services:

  • Advocacy Awareness
  • Assistive Devices
  • Captioning Services
  • Employment Support
  • Health Home program (Medicaid recipients only)
  • Interpreting Services
  • Learning Sign Language (also available for the General Public)

DAS serves individuals of all ages.

Come to our office, meet our staff, and see for yourself how we can serve you!

For department objectives and responsibilities, click on the respective link below.

Request an Interpreter

Need an Interpreter? Fill out the form and submit. One of our Interpreting Department Staff will respond within 24 hours of your request. Learn More »

Interpreting & CART Services

DAS provides Qualified Sign Language Interpreters, CART Services and Video Remote Interpreting (VRI) in a variety of settings throughout the eight Western New York Counties. Learn More »

Health Care Coordination

Do you have Medicaid and have health concerns? Look no further...Beginning September 2017. Learn More »

Employment/Career Pathways

In conjunction with NYS ACCESVR, DAS Employment Services assists qualified Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals obtain stable, long-term employment. Learn More »

Support Services

DAS has staff members who are trained to help Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals experiencing various difficulties in life by navigating (guiding) them through various social service programs, such as, ACCES-VR Employment or Training programs, DSS, and Social Security. We are also knowledgeable about many types of assistive and adaptive equipment that could provide beneficial for your needs. Learn More »

ASL Classes & Outreach

DAS offers Community Sign Language classes, Hard of Hearing Support Group, and Basic Sign Language classes for Deaf Refugees and their families. Learn More »