A sign language interpreting agency dedicated to service excellence and driven by a mission to inspire trust and understanding between languages

With deep roots in the Deaf community, we uphold the highest of communication access standards. Put us to the test.

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We are firmly committed to being accountable for the outcome of our work – always. It’s the Access Promise. Learn more about why the Access Promise is important to us.


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Access Interpreting is a leading provider of sign language interpreting and CART services. While Washington D.C. is our homebase, we provide services across the United States.


Our sign language interpreters facilitate communication and convey all information to ensure all parties may fully communicate with each other. We also provide sign language interpreting services remotely through Virtual Interpreting Services.

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Our CART services deliver near real-time transcription of spoken conversations into text, displayable on various devices. These services are provided virtually or on-site.

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Everyone. Our service providers work in various settings, but not limited to: medical facilities, academic institutions, federal agencies, technology companies, non-profit organizations and other commercial environments. With both on-site and virtual sign language interpreting and CART, we are proud to offer services in all settings.

From higher education to K-12 institutions, Access Interpreting offers on-site and remote CART & sign language interpreting.

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With operations in the heart of the nation’s capital, Access Interpreting serves many government institutions. Learn more about how Access provides communication access to federal agencies.

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Whether it’s a hospital or dentist office, Access Interpreting provides sign language interpreting services to a wide range of medical institutions.

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Be it a meeting among engineers or the day-to-day operations of an organization that employs deaf individuals, Access Interpreting serves a wide variety of business environments.

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From weddings to birthday parties, Access Interpreting has skilled interpreters who can be there for you.

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Access Interpreting uses a mobile app that makes it easy for clients to request an interpreter. To have access to this app, you must first be registered as a client of Access Interpreting. Get in touch with us today to find out how!

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Guess what we're celebrating all month? Pride! 🏳️‍🌈

Join @convo on this week's HANGOUT to talk about the misconceptions of transgender identities with our guests Mixxie Hernandez, Leslye Kang, Josephine Krueger, and TK Mehlhaff.

THE HANGOUT. Every other Friday. 5pm CT. Convo’s Facebook page.

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Four images of the show’s guests are in the center of the post. The first top-left red box is a photo of Mixxie Hernandez, a half Latino/white man with a brown curly hair, beard, a black hat on the top, black shirt in the pink background.. The second top-right teal box is a photo of Leslye Kang, an Asian man with maroon button down shirt, silver tie, and dark gray suit with black spiked-up hair. The third bottom-left orange box is a photo of Josephine Krueger, a white older woman with gray and blond long hair wearing leopard glasses. The fourth bottom-right green box is a photo of TK Mehlhaff, an Asian lady with glasses & black long haired wearing cream colored dress and jacket with gold earrings.

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Where you are, we are too. Our virtual services include various video conferencing platforms. If you need a virtual interpreter or CART provider, we are ready for you. Whenever, Wherever! What platform do you use? Connect with us! We support them all!

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Today we remember sacrifices made for our freedom and our lives. We honor all members of the military past and present with sincerest gratitude.

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Join us in recognizing Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month! Take a moment to read about the anti-Asian hate crimes bill that the House passed and is awaiting President Biden's signature here: (link in bio)

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Where do you need an interpreter? In an academic setting? Access will be there! How about at sporting events, in the workplace, or even outdoors on a guided tour? Access will provide interpreters for any event virtually or on-site. How can we help? Get in touch today!

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