Upcoming Events
June 7th, 2016
Citizens Preparedness Corps Training Program
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June 8th, 2016
Hearing Loss, The Legal System and You
Time: 6:00 - 8:00pm
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June 11th, 2016
Day Trip to Toronto, Canada
Time: Departs at 10:00 am SHARP!
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Hearing loss affects 48 million people in the United States*, so chances are you know someone affected by it, either personally or professionally. Is there someone in your life that could benefit from the services at Deaf Access Services (DAS)?

Not only do we provide services for people in the Deaf community that were born deaf or became deaf as children, we also assist individuals that have become deaf over time. Everyone with hearing loss that comes to DAS can receive help utilizing assistive devices, learning sign language, employment support, and advocacy education. 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.

Community Advocacy

DAS has staff members who are trained to help Deaf and Hard of Hearing individuals experiencing difficulty in life and are knowledgeable about many types of assistive and adaptive equipment. Learn More »

Community Education

DAS offers Community Sign Language Classes, Baby Sign Language classes, and Basic Sign Language classes for Deaf Refugees and their families. Learn More »

Community Employment Services

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

Interpreting Services

DAS provides Qualified Sign Language Interpreters, CART services and Video Remote Interpreting in a variety of settings throughout the eight Western New York counties. Learn More »