Sharp Eyed Group, LLC wants you to be empowered and informed whenever you request interpreting or other communications access services at your appointments, your meetings, or your classes. Here are some tools to help you do just that.

Deaf Consumers’ Bill of Rights

As a user of ASL interpreting services, you can expect the items on this Bill of Rights.

Americans with Disabilities Act

Title III of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires places of public accommodations (businesses that fall into one of 12 categories, such as restaurants, movie theaters, schools, day care facilities, recreation facilities, and doctors' offices, etc.) to provide communications access, such as a qualified interpreter, for deaf and hard of hearing people using their facilities and services.

Want to Use an Interpreter from Sharp Eyed?

Sharp Eyed drafted this Letter to Public Entity that you can print and give to your provider (doctor’s office, employer, school, etc.), requesting a qualified and certified interpreter from our agency.

Who Would You Like Sharp Eyed to Send to You?

Sharp Eyed Group, LLC is dedicated to matching you with your preferred interpreters, as much as possible. Let us know who you want (and do not want) us to send to your appointments, meetings, or classes. You can view our list of interpreters here for your preference. And any time you're ready, you can enter and submit your interpreter request here.