Being a part of the #SigningEcosystem means we support deaf-owned businesses in every way we can. In the upstate New York area, show your support for these local deaf and hard of hearing entrepreneurs running brick-and-mortar businesses!Less
The Buffalo Club of the Deaf is a non-profit organization established in 1944 for serving the deaf community in Buffalo and the Western New York Region, providing a space for community gatherings and events.
This deaf-run nonprofit organization and campsite offers recreational, educational, leadership, and spiritual programs for deaf, hard of hearing, and hearing individuals of all ages. Their site in Old Forge, NY is also available for lodging and rentals.
Established in 1983, this services organization meets the needs of deaf adults, children, and families in the eight counties of Western New York. DAS formed an affiliation with People Incorporated. They provide services, including interpreting, career services, community navigation, client services, ASL education, captioning, and remote CART.
A deaf-owned insurance company by Gary Meyer under the division of CH Brokerage serving deaf-owned businesses, non-profit agencies, interpreting agencies, and freelance interpreters.
Ask for Neil, a deaf-friendly and ASL fluent HVAC technician serving the Rochester-wide area including Scottsville!
Check out this deaf-friendly bakery & cafe with indoor/outdoor seating. Their baked goods are made fresh from scratch, and include vegan options as well!
Ashley Gast, a Deaf stylist, runs her booth at Park Avenue Salon & Day Spa with specialties in haircuts, highlighting, coloring, and perming. If you want ASL-friendly service, request Ashley!
In operation since 1941, this deaf club now meets at a building purchased in 1991 and often hosts events for deaf and hard of hearing people to enjoy, such as bowling tournaments, SuperBowl parties, and more, becoming a hub for the local deaf community!
The team at Service Bridges provides the deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, and late-deafened communities across Western New York access to ASL interpreters in support of the vision of a truly inclusive communication experience.
We the Deaf People, Inc., is a non-profit humanitarian organization promoting Deaf people's civil and language rights through advocacy and education.