About This Journal
JADARA: Professional Networking for Excellence in Service Delivery with Individuals Who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing, also known as the Journal of the American Deafness and Rehabilitation Association (ISSN: 0899-9228) is a widely read publication which 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 which has application to the quality of service delivery to the population that is Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
ADARA is proud to dedicate the Dr. Irene W. Leigh Digital JADARA Library to recognize and appreciate Dr. Leigh's 25+ years of contributions and services to the JADARA Editorial Board.
ADARA is also grateful to Dr. Leigh for her donation of more than 50 years of JADARA issues going back to the late 1960s to ADARA to make this Digital JADARA Library possible. Over 300 articles on Vocational Rehabilitation, Behavioral Health, and other arenas were scanned and uploaded on the JADARA website for public use. ADARA owes Dr. Leigh deep gratitude for her extraordinary contributions to the organization.