This article focuses on Deaf and Hard of Hearing college students’ experiences with school social work services. This study surveyed 136 Deaf and hard of hearing college students about their experiences with school social work services, their concerns about social workers’ competencies, and service delivery. The results of the study imply that school-based social work services should be culturally relevant and school social workers culturally competent. Furthermore, the results indicated that respondents ranked services they felt most comfortable asking about and which aspects of service delivery they felt were most important.
Takayama, K. (2020). Understanding Deaf and Hard of Hearing College Student Experiences of School Social Work Services in the K-12 Education System. JADARA, 53(2), 78-87. Retrieved from https://repository.wcsu.edu/jadara/vol53/iss2/4