JADARA: The Journal for Professionals Networking for Excellence in Service Delivery with Individuals
who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing is a widely read publication that deals with research findings (pragmatic
applications), program descriptions and articles on deafness, and the disciplines of rehabilitation, social
services, mental health, and other related areas. The journal is a vehicle for dissemination and exchange of
information with application to the quality of service delivery to the population that is Deaf or Hard of
Hearing. The journal is fully online and can be accessed by clicking http://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/
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For information about the journal's editorial policy and guidelines click here.
The ADARA Update is the quarterly newsletter of ADARA. It updates readers on events, resources, legislation, information of national interest, conferences/workshops, and employment opportunities. Information related to local chapters, special interest sections, and national organizations is included in this publication. Current editions are available online here.
Monographs and Special Publications
Monographs and special publications serve as resource and training materials for professional enhancement and provide a resource for graduate training programs.
Subscription rates are available mainly for libraries and universities, but individuals who do not wish to join ADARA may also subscribe. A subscriber is entitled only to published issues of the JADARA: The Journal for Professionals Networking for Excellence in Service Delivery with Individuals who are Deaf and Hard of Hearing, and receive none of the benefits associated with membership in ADARA.
For the Professionals wanting to submit an article for the JADARA publication, here is the link that you can submit your article according to the instructions:
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