NIH provides centrally funded sign language interpreting services to the NIH community, under a performance based contract with Access Interpreting, to facilitate communication and enable members of the Deaf/Hard of Hearing (D/HH) community to participate in events and activities and enjoy equal access to all the benefits and privileges offered at NIH. Services include basic and scientific American Sign Language (ASL), Computer Aided Real-time Translation (CART), and Video Remote Interpreting (VRI).
Requests are easily entered into a secure online portal on the NIH network by anyone with an NIH email account. To create a user profile, enter a new request, check the status, edit, or cancel an existing request, click secure portal button below and follow the prompts. For technical support or to request a login ID, email
For all other questions or to share feedback about the program, services, and web content, email the interpreting services program team at
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