ADA Hotline:

Voice: 1-800-514-0301

TTY: 1-800-514-0383

EyeSign benefits:

  • 24/7/365 direct scheduling on-line
  • Quickly identify local interpreters by Zip code/Specialty search (upper RH corner)
  • Preferred Interpreter search by 4-digit EyeSign number
  • Hiring entities can easily submit requests to qualified interpreters
  • Prompt (within 24 hrs) response time to your requests
  • Eliminate interpreter agency delays, limited business hours, and overhead costs by hiring direct
  • Guaranteed confidential communication with 128-bit SSL government standard encryption

Why EyeSign?

  • Improve services in urban and rural areas (150-200 mile search radius)
  • Promote professionalism
  • Reduce overhead costs





Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990

ADA Best Practices Tool Kit for State and Local Governments


Chapter 3: General Effective Communication Requirements Under Title II of the ADA



National Organizations

National Association of the Deaf

Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf

Educational Interpreters Performance Assessment (EIPA)



Code of Professional Conduct

RID/NAD Code of Professional Conduct



Tax info

Tax forms

W-9 Request for Taxpayer Identification Number and Certification



ASL resources


ASL Dictionary


Medical information in ASL


RIT-NTID ASL Video Dictionary and Inflection Guide




Vlog spots


ASLitCircle 100 classic vlogs for the ASL student

(ASL Bucket list...vlogs to see before you die...!)



4jsabc My life with my hearing parents


LZupp I Chose ASL – the Human Technology


ASLPlumeria  ASL A to Z story CI


ASLanguage "The Forrest"


Codawann  Keith Wann The Very Hungry Caterpillar


Colorofsign  ASL ABC story! (Cowboy)


Terrylene1  Love Takes Tou to Heaven


Terrylene1  Gallaudet’s Favorite Poem!


Awti  Deaf Ninja: Origin



Mangler989  The Ball


jonLenois ASL Poetry: BULLY ASL


jmaucere  Don’t Drink and Drive


jdavis34  Deaf Childhood


ecnarb Mother and My Snuff 


NADvlogs The Preservation of Sign Language


Phinslife21 The Special Reindeer


JehanneMc  Happy Thanksgiving ASL Poem


Clayton Valli  Dandilion

(can't find anymore on youtube...anyone found link?)



Deaf Artists



Deaf Community Resources

legal, educational, employment


International resource list  (Thanks Samantha in CA!)

 Deaf Blindness


*Thanks to the 3rd grade students of Highland Elementary in Ohio, and their teacher, Ms. Karen Galvin for sending me these awesome links!




  • Confidential communication
  • Professional skills and knowledge
  • Appropriate conduct
  • Respect for consumers
  • Respect for colleagues, interns, students
  • Ethical business practices
  • Ongoing professional development