Our Mission  

Experience You Can Trust

We have been providing services locally since 1987, with our in-depth knowledge of Deaf culture and community based services.

Our reputation and history of success with our clients is ongoing and we will continue to be here for you. Please view some of their testimonials on the testimonials tab located on the menu page as these testimonials really do speak for themselves.

We Treat You and Your    Business with Respect

We approach every client with a focus on integrity, advocacy, quality and trust.

We are always constantly striving to improve our understanding on how we can best serve you.

Click the photo to see the video from our international trip to the Vietnam Deaf school.

Our Founder

Curious where our logo came from?  - Click here or on the logo to see the video.

About Us

Julius Satterlee (CODA)

Santa Cruz, California

The original design of the logo we now have.

People You Can Trust

American Sign Language Services Community is a newly formed non-profit located near Santa Cruz, California.

We serve a wide range of clientele, and every client relationship is valued greatly and treated with dignity and respect.

Our international visit to a Deaf school in Vietnam.

Julius Satterlee

Is a R.I.D. nationally certified interpreter who has been providing sign language interpreting services since 1987.

In the Deaf community a CODA is known as a child of Deaf adults. American sign language is the native language most coda's learn first.

"My goal with American Sign Language Services Community is to provide a variety of services to this wonderful and vibrant community as well as giving back to our community by providing fun sign language videos on YouTube and much more.

"I started the Deaf community bonfire events at Seabright beach in the summer of 2010 because I wanted to find a way to bring our Deaf and hearing communities together.

Now this newly formed non-profit "American Sign Language Services Community", allows me to continue that mission of uniting our communities and supporting us all in the ways that benefit us most as a whole".  -  Julius Satterlee